I’m a dermatologist and I swear by these products for my baby — they're cheap but great for sensitive skin

WHEN it comes to babies, most parents are extra careful with the products they put on their infant’s skin and in their bodies.

Your little ones are very sensitive, so you want to make sure you’re giving them the healthiest options possible.  

A dermatologist named Dr. Lindsey Zubritsky, who goes by @dermguru on TikTok and Instagram, has gained a large following thanks to her videos that offer product reviews and useful skincare tips.

She recently shared the items she swears by when it comes to bathing her baby.

She called it: “The Trifecta.”

The first item on the list came from the brand Free & Clear. She held up a shampoo bottle and a liquid cleanser – which each cost around $12.


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“The GOAT. Best for sensitive skin,” she said.

Next up was CeraVe’s Baby Wash & Shampoo – which costs around $11 on Amazon.

“So good I need jumbo sizes,” she added.

And her final favorite was Cetaphil Baby’s Wash & Shampoo for the face and body, and Cetaphil Baby’s Gentle Wash for the body – both of which are under $10.

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“We stan.”

In the comments section, Dr. Lindsey said her goal was to keep her little one’s skin “looking like a baby for the rest of her life.”

Users were curious about other products they had come across:

“What about Aquaphor body wash?” one person asked, to which the doctor replied: “It’s going to be a yes from me!”

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“Do you like Aveeno baby wash?” another wondered, and Doctor Linsey said she did indeed.

And when a third person said they “barely used anything” on their baby other than water, the doc said that method works for most babies as well.

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