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Quick question about Weleda cream bath - can anyone help?

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newmum234 Wed 08-Jul-20 19:12:13

I bought Weleda cream bath for my baby from Amazon but when it arrived the label was in German. The product is a white cream (looks like moisturiser). When I put it in the bath it makes the bath water murky, so I can’t see my baby’s body at all below the water. Once he’s out of the bath his skin feels like it has a film of moisturiser over it. I just want to check that I’ve bought the bubble bath type product that’s meant to go into bath water, and not a moisturiser! Can anyone help?

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LouiseTrees Wed 08-Jul-20 22:05:27

Can you take a picture of the product front and back?

Destroyedpeople Wed 08-Jul-20 22:08:21

Hm my daughter uses this for her baby and it's not foamy....
Could you take a pic of the label for us?

MiniMaxi Wed 08-Jul-20 22:17:23

I’ve had the same product and it does make the bath water murky - but it’s not meant to be a bubble bath, more of a moisturising product.

Destroyedpeople Wed 08-Jul-20 22:19:17

Ye was going to say I think it's more of a body and 'hair' wash.....

WeledaCustomerCare Thu 09-Jul-20 09:56:07

Hi newmum234, the Calendula Cream Bath from our baby range is a creamy moisturising bath product with a milky consistency that turns the bathwater a little bit cloudy. It contains organic plant oils to help moisturise skin, so it's great for little ones with dry skin. It is not a bubble bath. We also make a Calendula Body Wash which comes in a tube, which can be used in the bath and that does create a soft sudsy lather under a running tap. The German for the Calendula Cream Bath is Cremebad. Hope that answers your question!

newmum234 Thu 09-Jul-20 11:14:42

@WeledaCustomerCare thank you very much - glad to hear that I did buy the right product! smile

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