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... I washed all of our clothes in baby detergent for about 4 months and then switched everyone back to regular. I did that with both of my babies. ... (12 replies)
... I, too, used Dreft until a few months ago. I just switched to All for babies. I love it too. I bought some about 2 weeks ago at Food Lion. I'm sorry you are having trouble finding it! ... (2 replies)
... Talk to the store manager where you shop. They will probably order it for you. They don't know if you don't tell them. There's probably other mom's who want it, too. ... (2 replies)

Laundry Detergent
Mar 29, 2005
... so sensitive I don't know if I would even chance it till they were a couple months old. I know that Dreft can be a tad expensive around here its like 7 dollars for a little bottle I seen where ALL has out a baby detergent now and its alot less expensive! ... (12 replies)
... SOrry that your baby has eczema. My dd3 does as well as i do and she had it from infancy. My nephew is severe as well. ... (8 replies)
... i wholeheartedly agree..... except for ONE thing.... wash their swimsuits before they wear them!!! ... (13 replies)
... ridden recommendations through doctors and baby stores make you enrich those very corporations by "having" to buy this or that thing. ... (13 replies)
Laundry Detergent
Mar 30, 2005
... Before DS was born, I washed all his clothes with All Baby Detergent. Then DS ended up in the NICU and I just used Tide, and bounce because that's all they had in the motel laundry room. Since then I use Gain and Bounce. Supposedly both Gain and Tide have gotten high marks for stain removal. ... (12 replies)
... me too, it works great! (10 replies)
... I have used All Free and Clear since DS was born, but this is also what we use for our clothes as well. We do not want the dyes fragrances, and it has worked well so we don't have to buy seperate detergent. ... (10 replies)
... I can't stand the smell of those baby detergents. I am sure it's not good for baby either. The womb does not smell like baby powder. I have always just used a free and clear detergent like All free or Tide free or Arm and Hammer sensitive. ... (9 replies)
... and a soap that I got from a store here in Alberta, Canada called the "Rocky Mountain Soap Shop"....they have all sorts of special non medicated and scented soaps and creams, lotions etc.especially for people and babies with sensative skin and eczema... ... (18 replies)
... I think it would be okay to switch her over right now. Just make sure you switch gradually and not all at once. Wash a few pieces of clothes that she regulaly wears and see if she has any reaction to that at all. ... (10 replies)
Sep 8, 2008
... out stuff pandered about about babies and kids, I bought some "clear" detergent for the start. That's all there was to it. ... (9 replies)
... Iusually wait a bit to wash my son's clothes, so I have about a load a week. I dn't bother seperating them at all. I just use a regular detergent that is without colouring or fragrence. ... (12 replies)
... today so maybe she was allergic to the other formula or maybe it is purfume. I notice it more when her dad comes to visit and he has on cologne. I do use night baby lotion but it said it was OK for this young age. And again I use that all over her body not her face. My DS was so simple lol...... ... (7 replies)
Is this bad of me?
Jul 22, 2005
... On her crib I have a mattress saver too. So she isn't on the matress at all. Thanks for your response. I feel like a horrible Mother because a lot of people tell me I am putting her at risks but like her dad said... ... (20 replies)
... but you probably won't use it until the baby is about a month old... ... (23 replies)
Aug 31, 2008
... All Free and Clear is just as good as the baby detergent. The whole point is its Free from perfumes and dyes. ... (9 replies)
... looks like dry scaly patches. The sensitive skin part looks like tiny bumps and comes when we put something on him that he is sensitive to. We had to stop using detergent with scents in it, dryer sheets and fabric softner. I use Cetaphil soap on him and a sensitive fragrance free lotion like Eucerin when nessisary. ... (8 replies)

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