Johnson's Baby Diaper Rash Powder

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    Johnson's Baby Diaper Rash Powder

    We love babies. And we understand that as a mother, you always wish to see your baby smiling. Ultra Thin the pain caused by diaper rash makes your baby cry. It may be caused by wetness in the diaper due to frequent urination. This weakens your baby’s delicate skin barrier. You can ensure protection with JOHNSON’S BABY DIAPER RASH POWDER at every diaper change. It repels wetness that causes diaper rash and keeps your baby’s skin dry. Gives complete protection against diaper rash, so your baby is a smiley baby. A dry bum ensures your baby stays happy and playful exploring the world around her helping her senses get stimulated which is critical for your baby’s happy and healthy development.

    Moms trust Johnson's Always mild, gentle & effective.

    Key Features:

    • Absorbs and repels wetness.
    • Reduces friction on skin.
    • Helps soothe skin irritation.

    Expiry Date : March 2018

    All our products are far from expiry, and procured directly from the brand/authorized resellers of the brand.

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