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Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 countSebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 countSebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 countSebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count
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Sebamed Extra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes White 288 count

Pack size : 288 count

AED 41.90(Inc. VAT)

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Origin -
Germany
highlights
● Quickly and gently cleanse baby's skin with our Baby Cleansing Wipes
● These alcohol-free mild lotion wipes are gentle enough to be used on the entire body, even baby's most delicate skin
● With their pH 5.5 formulation, Sebamed Baby Cleansing Wipes are clinically proven to promote the development of baby's acid mantle
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INFORMATION

Ingredients

Aqua Propylene Glycol Panthenol Coco-Glucoside Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract Sorbitol Bisabolol Parfum Sodium Citrate Citric Acid Sodium Hydroxide Phenoxyethanol Benzoic Acid Dehydroacetic Acid.

Gender

Baby Unisex

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place.

Brand Message

Sebamed was established by Heinz Maurer (1921-2016) in 1957. Since 1971 the Sebamed products are exported to over 70 countries. The headquarters of Sebapharma located in Boppard town district Salzig. Before Sebamed, Dr. Maurer worked in the dermatological department of the University Clinic Bonn in Germany and was in charge of patients suffering from acute eczema. Patients under Dr. Maurer's care were forbidden to wash with soap because soap destroys therapeutic efforts of doctors treating eczema. Dr. Maurer and his ward physician ended up carrying out an unauthorized experiment to wash his patients without using any soap but instead using an acid tenside. The results showed that the acid tensides dissolved all the ointments and crusting of eczema and left affected skin free of irritation, kept the areas dry, and also made the skin receptive to further treatment.