Dr. Robin for Kids Soothing Daily Moisture Cream Review

Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review.

I was not paid in any way to write this review.

All opinions are my own.

My quest continues to bring you products that are not only good for your skin but contains no harmful products either. One day while browsing the virtual shelves of diaper.com, mommy and I saw a brand that we had never seen before called Dr. Robin for Kids. Well, you know what happened. Mommy decided to contact them and they decided to send me their Soothing Daily Moisture Cream for Children.

About Dr. Robin for Kids Soothing Daily Moisture Cream for Children:

For normal, sensitive or eczema-prone skin, this unique formula includes Safflower Oil and Coconut Oil, both scientifically proven to nourish and heal problem skin. Our unique formula is also enriched with Natural Rice Bran Ceramides (natural skin lipids) to help maintain and restore a protective skin barrier.

Organic Quinoa to hydrate the skin with protein-rich amino acids.

Pomegranate Extract, an important anti-oxidant, to protect skin from environmental damage.

Dr. Robin for Kids Soothing Daily Moisture Cream for Children is actually specially formulated by a Pediatric Dermatologist for Normal, Sensitive and Eczema-Prone skin. It contains no parabens and is fragrance and phthalate-free. This product does say for children but I can tell you that it is not just for children. This is great for anyone with problem-prone skin.

I have very sensitive skin so mommy and I are very particular about what we use on my body. This is one of the reasons we try and use all-natural or as close to natural products. We don’t want to use a product that breaks me out at all. Also not every product that claims it is great for sensitive skin actually is.

This is entirely fragrance-free. No joke! There is actually no smell at all when you put it on your body. Not even a baby smell. It does not have a thick consistency either and goes on very smoothly. Once applied though it has the feel of a product that is moisturizing your body with water which is actually the first ingredient.

The following picture shows me after a bath. Notice how dry my skin is? Mommy decided to put this on so you can see the difference with it rubbed in a little on the bottom. Notice how moisturized my skin looks after it’s rubbed in. You can see the dryness as well on my back.

Mommy and I did notice that since it is not thick you may want to keep it on hand because you do have to reapply ever so often to keep your skin moisturized. Besides that one tiny flaw, this actually worked out really great for me.

Dr. Robin for Kids Soothing Daily Moisture Cream for Children gets my Two Tiny Thumbs Up!

Now here is a bit about Dr. Robin that was taken from the website.

“Dr. Robin is Robin Schaffran, M.D., a board-certified Dermatologist who has been treating parents and children in her Beverly Hills private practice for over 10 years. She is an attending staff physician at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and over the years, she has developed an expertise in caring for children’s skin. She has lectured extensively on the subject of skin cancer prevention and has been quoted in publications like the Los Angeles Times, Marie Claire, Glamour, Self, Prevention and In Style.”

Now Dr. Robin for Kids products also includes All Natural Chemical-Free Sunscreen SPF 30+ and Soothing Body Wash and Shampoo.

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