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Limited-time deal: Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment - Advanced Therapy for Chapped Cheeks and Diaper Rash - 3 oz. Tube (Pack of 3) - $11.81

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Thanks. Lots of Aquaphor items on this limited deal. I don't know how to link to all of them, but if you search Aquaphor on Amazon you will see them.
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Is there an off brand version of this?
It seems quite expensive compared to Vaseline or other lotions.

Also, the 7oz tube is also on sale and cheaper per oz.
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there was a buy 2 get 1 free deal - is this better?
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For what it's worth, our pediatrician told us to stop using Aquaphor as it does not help the skin heal well. She said straight Vaseline is much better.
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Quote from cag80 :
For what it's worth, our pediatrician told us to stop using Aquaphor as it does not help the skin heal well. She said straight Vaseline is much better.
Aquaphor is the only thing that helped my son :-/
Guess it varies by baby/pediatrician lol
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Quote from cag80 :
For what it's worth, our pediatrician told us to stop using Aquaphor as it does not help the skin heal well. She said straight Vaseline is much better.
Aren't Aquaphor and Vaseline pretty much the same thing?
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