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Baby Oil Side Effects
Safe To Use Baby Oil: "Baby oil" is commonly applied to babies' skin. It does not moisturize however due to it's poor absorption by the skin. Beyond this, it can be used as massage oil on infant skin. Classical baby oils are safe when used as directed. As with any product, carefully read the label, avoid dyes & fragrances, avoid phthalates & parabens. See your doctor for any abnormal skin condition your infant may have ...Read more
Skin on the sides of belly and breasts peels off flaky white. What can I do to avoid this? I use creams and baby oil but it doesn't seem to go away
My partner used lavender scented baby oil as lubricant, next day i felt irritated and looked raw on the side of my labia. Today I have discharge, why?
Reaction : It sounds like you had a bad reaction to this lubricant. You probably should avoid it in the future. ...Read more
Been sick. Threw up laying on side. Ear feels like there's swimmers ear. Tried a nose sucker,water,baby oil &now blood came out on 1 qtip. ?
Sort of.: While it's a myth that you can accelerate tanning by applying baby oil, the use of baby oil instead of a good sunscreen lotion will certainly make your skin much more susceptible to tanning and way more likely to burn. Remember, tanning is your body's way of telling you that you're getting too much sun. Baby oil is a petroleum product that contains no sunscreen. ...Read more
No: Baby oil or castor oil have been used for this but it will not hurt either. You have to find the cause of eyebrow loss. If it was shaved off it will grow by itself. If you lost eyebrows without reason you must see your family doctor for workup for treatable causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer