Vaseline® Blue Seal Baby Fragrance Free Petroleum Jelly

Locks in moisture to treat and protect against nappy rash.

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  • Vaseline® Baby Fragrance Free Petroleum Jelly locks in moisture to help treat and protect from nappy rash
  • Paediatrically approved and suitable for sensitive skin
  • Forms a protective barrier to keep out wetness and protect your baby’s skin
  • Gentle on skin, hypoallergenic, pediatrician tested, and non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores)
  • Made with triple-purified petrolatum. Purity guaranteed.
  • Best for nappy rash, sensitive skin, or dry skin

Scoop fingertips through jelly and spread across especially dry areas on skin until absorbed. Excellent for chafing, rawness, or rough skin. Fragrance free.

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