Fatty acids and antioxidants are what makes olive oil so beneficial. Some of its fatty acid comes from squalene, but it also contains oleic, plamitic, and linoleic acids - all of which helps replenish skin's natural mositure barrier
Organic Wheat Bran Extract
One of our favourite ingredients, wheat bran extract is what makes Töpfer products so special. It's great for mositurizing skin and contains lots of antioxidants which helps protect skin from environmental damage
Organic Sweet Almond Oil
Extracted from almond seeds, sweet almond oil is full of rpelenishing ingredients. It is used as an emollient in skincare, which means it reduces water loss from the outer layer of skin. Emollients are super important for any skin that suffers from conditions such as eczema
Organic Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil is a non-fragrant, non-greasy plant oil that contains a ton of fatty acids which helps the skin protect and maintain its natural oil barrier - essential for happy, hydrated skin
Organic Shea Butter
Shea butter is your go-to ingredient for dry skin, but did you know it's also got a lot of clever antioxidants such as quercetin, gallocatechin and epigallocatechin! These may be difficult to prounounce, but they ensure beautiful, soft skin that's wonderfully hydrated
Organic Sunflower Oil
This wonderful plant oil can replenish and soothe skin, thanks to its rich concentration of fatty acids. It's therefore a great ingredient to help hydrate and replenish moistuize skin
Organic Rosemary Extract
This plant extract is great for calming skin and also naturally contains rosmarinic acid, which is recognised for its antioxidant properties
With nourishing organic wheat bran and skin-replenishing organic oils, this body lotion offers beautiful hydration without being too greasy. Quick to absorb into skin, it gently nourishes and moisturizes.
As well as being great for baby, this body lotion is also suited for the entire family, and is perfect for sensitive adult skin.
Breastfeeding is the best feeding option for babies, it provides the best nutrition and protection.
According to the WHO's recommendations, babies should be breastfed exclusively in the first 6 months and continue to have breast milk, alongside solid foods, until they reach 2 years old or older. Breast milk contains antibodies that enhance babies' immune systems and offers comprehensive nutrients that promote healthy growth. For advice on breast-feeding, please consult your doctor or health professional.
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