Babycare

Kids Massage

3 to 7 years

Created by Rohini Reddy
Updated on Aug 15, 2018

My daughter has just turned 6, can I continue using Johnsons massage oil or should I start with mustard oil massage?

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| Jan 28, 2019

Mama earth massage oil is very good

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| Sep 07, 2018

Hi. You can continue using Johnson baby oil for giving a massage to your daughter. The best thing about Johnson baby oil is that it won't make your daughter's skin sticky.

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| Aug 21, 2018

you can certainly continue with johnson, and every now and then you can mix the 2 and try. mustard oil has a strong smell that my son does not like so i dont use it whereas johnson not only moisturises well but has a pleasant fragrance

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| Aug 18, 2018

U can continue with massage oil,if u are satisfied with johnson u can continue it,if you would like to try other brand ,then i would definately suggest mamaeartgh massage oil,its chemical free & has a soothing fragrance,its non sticky & can be used after bath as a moisturiser too.

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| Aug 18, 2018

Hi Rohini, My son is 5 and i still use johnsons oil for his massage. Even i wondered whether i should switch to some other oil as my child has become big now. But johnsons suits him so well, so a bit reluctant to change. As of now no plans of changing any time soon, so I suggest you carry on with the same oil too .

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| Aug 16, 2018

Continue using Johnson's massag oil. It has suited your child till date so why change. It is Specially formulated for babies, and is safe for baby.

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| Aug 16, 2018

hi Rohini Reddy ! the purpose of oil is to improve blood circulation. it really doesn't matter which oil do u use. please ensure it suits ur child's skin.. having said that u can give coconut oil a try. https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/coconut-oil-baby-massage-benefits-how-to-coconut-oil-massage-for-infants/2797?ptref=sa0l000030g025p

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