Both products are meant to cleanse without drying out baby’s skin. However, the QV Bath Oil has a higher moisturiser concentration as compared to the QV Gentle Wash and as such, it is suitable for drier skin. After the use of either QV Baby Bath Oil or QV Baby Gentle Wash , you should proceed with QV Moisturising Cream to seal in the moisture to keep the skin moisturised. 

An occludent is a type of moisturising agent/ingredient that forms a film or layer on the skin surface to help reduce moisture loss, thereby keeping the skin hydrated. An example of an occludent is petrolatum.

QV Baby, QV Face and QV Body products are vegan friendly - they do not contain any animal-derived ingredients.

No, QV Cream does not contain steroids nor do any of the other products in the QV range. Recommend consulting your medical professional about your skin.

The QV Bath Oil and QV Baby Bath Oil are water-dispersible and are meant to be diluted in the bath as per the directions on the product labelling.  The surfactant in the product enables the oil to be dispersed through the water to finely coat the skin. This thin layer of coat is to prevent moisture loss and is meant to be left on the skin without rinsing it away. However, it is not meant to be used directly on the skin without dilution.

Leave it in for 5 to 10 minutes before patting dry. Instruction for use is listed in the product label.

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