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Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment £4.66 at Amazon (£4.43 with S&S / +£4.49 non-prime)
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Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment £4.66 at Amazon (£4.43 with S&S / +£4.49 non-prime)

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Posted 8th Apr

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Dual action every day protection and care of nappy rash. Bepanthen nappy cream has a dual action benefit, helping you to do the best you can to protect against nappy rash and help promote the natural healing of your baby's delicate skin. When applied at every nappy change bepanthen forms a long lasting, breathable, barrier protect against the irritants that can cause nappy rash. If your baby has nappy rash, Bepanthen's gentle formulation quickly soothes the soreness and the active vitamin ingredients works to accelerate natural skin healing. Bepanthen nappy cream is free from all colours, fragrance or preservatives and is clinically proven to be gentle enough for the most sensitive of skins. 

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Thanks, just what my son needs!
Brilliant price. Thank you.
Used to be great for new tattoos till they change the ingredients. Have some heat
Edited by: "minnersworld" 9th Apr
Just apply vaseline at every nappy change cheaper than this used it with my children and they've used it on their children none of them ever had nappy rash.
minnersworld09/04/2020 00:08

Used to be great for new tattoos till they change the ingredients. Have …Used to be great for new tattoos till they change the ingredients. Have some heat


Didnt know they had changed it? Not worth using any more?
Fantastic, we get on s&s for our twins and does wonders.

Everyone has a preference, but this works!

£3.96 if you have 5 items in S&S!
Edited by: "dwillis49" 9th Apr
Nobody heard of the 'minor ailment scheme' on here. Keep seeing the likes of this and calpol deals when you CAN get this or similar free from the chemist's
jim.mclean09/04/2020 00:28

Didnt know they had changed it? Not worth using any more?


Keep it far away, use hustle butter
You can also buy this cream from Home bargins for £4.79 if it helps anyone that hasnt got prime and has a store near by
jim.mclean09/04/2020 00:28

Didnt know they had changed it? Not worth using any more?


Nor had i, currently using it on mine without any issues.....just stocking up in preparation of my next session
Ideal for people who grass on their neighbours going to the shop
jim.mclean09/04/2020 00:28

Didnt know they had changed it? Not worth using any more?


Sorry for delay, you can but you do have to spread really thin, was advised by a few different tattoo artist. I use tattoo goo now, its a goid price on amazon
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