Baby Bath Oil

BY Bc. Veronika Krejsová (Součková)

Bathe your baby without drying out their skin

Do you have a little one at home and are not sure what to use for their bath time? It’s really important to remember that babies’ skin doesn’t need too many cosmetic products. So let’s make a simple baby bath oil together. (It’s easy, and we’ll do it step by step!)

Cosmetic products usually contain ingredients that can irritate and dry out baby delicate skin. Whenever possible, we should try to use as few products as possible and if we do, use ones with quality ingredients like this baby bath oil, to keep their skin healthy and beautiful.

Making natural baby bath oil is very easy and can be done by anyone.

Baby skin is much more sensitive than adult skin, and therefore doesn’t require any complicated cosmetic products. Natural oil is much gentler and naturally moisturizes and protects the baby’s skin.

Ingredients needed:

  • Organic almond oil
  • Organic apricot oil
  • 200 ml bottle with a pump

Almond oil is known for its moisturizing properties and contains many vitamins and minerals that are important for healthy skin.

Apricot oil is rich in antioxidants and vitamin E, which help protect and regenerate the skin.

For a more budget-friendly option, you can also use olive or calendula oil.


  1. Mix 100 ml of almond oil and 50 ml of apricot oil in a small glass bottle with a lid. If you get a bottle with a dropper, it will be easier to use.

  2. Shake well to blend both oils.

Before bathing, pour a few drops of this oil into the tub and let the baby sit in the bath for 10 to 15 minutes. The natural oil will not only help hydrate your baby’s skin but also provide a gentle scent and a soothing effect.

GS tip: Just a few drops are enough to make the baby’s skin soft and the bath fragrant. If you store it by the bath and have small children, we recommend a plastic bottle or dispenser, alternatively put the glass bottle away immediately after use.


  • Bc. Veronika Krejsová (Součková)

    She graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the Czech Agricultural University. She has tried working in various companies as well as studying abroad. For a few years now, she’s been doing freelance work on various projects as a copywriter and social networking administrator. She also devotes herself to her family, her dog and spends her time outdoors more.


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