Scientific studies show squalane to be calming and non-irritating. Loved by beauty bloggers the world over, squalane (note, NOT squalene) is derived from olives, and has a very similar composition to human sebum so penetrates quickly and reduces dryness. A wonder oil!
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How Zoë Foster Blake uses Super Softy
"In our house, Super Softy is the all-rounder, every day, after bath or shower. It’s also used at nappy change if my toddler has dry, rough skin, or in the mornings if my son has been scratching his tum, arms, or thighs through the night and the skin is a bit sad. I let them apply it. (Then I apply it properly while they’re painstakingly rubbing it in.)"
S Is For Squalane
C Is For Coconut Oil
With a high content of fatty acids, it is a soft, soothing oil with excellent moisturising properties.
S Is For Shea Butter
A rich moisturising butter that comes from the African Shea Tree. Contains high levels of vitamins and essential fatty acids which helps to improve skin elasticity and revive dry skin.
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The care your kids' skin needs at every age.
Your kid’s skin starts off all new and squishy and delicate. But before long it’s grubby and whiffy and covered in yoghurt! Little bodies need different care as they grow. So! Here’s everything you need to know to keep your child healthy, and kick-start their happy skin habits.READ MORE