Lactacyd Baby Liquid Powder Review

By Joarra Galang-Solis of Rookie Mommy PH


Arya and I are a huge fan of Lactacyd baby products. I remember the day when Arya had her first bath at the hospital and the nurse who was giving her a bath was using Lactacyd baby wash. We never changed.

So, about 3 weeks ago I went to an event and got this new Lactacyd Baby Liquid Moisturizing Powder. I honestly never heard of liquid powders until that day and I was so excited to try it out with Arya.



Initially, when you open and squeeze the bottle, you will notice that the cream is really thick.


I usually start by putting the cream on my palms before lathering it to Arya’s skin. I like putting the cream on her neck, back, and toes - simply because these areas of her are the ones I like smelling more. *giggles


You will also notice that it is a bit difficult to spread evenly the cream to a thin layer. But, once you spread it out, you’ll be surprised how fast it is quickly absorbed by the skin!

Directions for use as per the bottle:
Apply on dry skin
Rub gently on baby’s skin and spread evenly. Allow product to dry.
Re-apply as needed during the day. For external use only.

Storage:
Avoid direct sunlight and high temperature storage areas

Highlights:
Hypoallergenic
Smells super nice! And long lasting!
Handy
Pedia-approved and recommended brand
OK to use for babies with sensitive skin
Has Zinc Oxide that gives rash and sweat protection

Lowlights:
It leaves a sticky feeling. That’s why I like putting this on Arya when it's bedtime and aircon time.

Overall Experience:
I’m giving this 4 stars! Lactacyd Baby Liquid Powder is definitely a mom-must-have item. However, I honestly think that the product could improve more. Philippine weather isn’t really lotion-friendly that’s why we only use this at night or whenever we turn on the aircon after her bath time. As for the price, I am still unsure but this will probably retails less than P300.00  for a 120 ml bottle.

About the Author: 
Joarra is a rookie mommy to a baby girl named Arya. Her blog, rookiemommy.ph shares her early motherhood journey as well as helpful tips and cheat sheets on how to be a rookie mom. She also started a new Facebook community called, First Time Moms PH - a community which aims to be the go-to source and support group for rookie moms.