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Can We Use Johnson’s Baby Cotton Touch for a 10-12-Year-Old Girl or Boy?

Deepika Kaushik

Written by Deepika Kaushik

Medically Reviewed by Dr. Ubaid Khan, MBBS

Can We Use Johnson’s Baby Cotton Touch for a 10-12-Year-Old Girl or Boy?

Yes, you can use it for the kid of 10-12 years, girl or boy. Even Johnson baby lotions, soaps, and other products are used by adults too.

It is perfect for the skin because has the following benefits, 

  • Gentle on the skin
  • Maintain the PH level of the skin
  • Prevent irritation and promote soft and healthy skin
  • Doesn’t leave any residue behind
  • Suitable for either in summer or winter

Though, using the Johnson baby or baby care product on your kid is not a bad choice because baby care products would keep your kid’s skin soft, smooth, and healthy. Yet, these won’t be much effective as these are for a baby’s delicate skin.

Why?

Well, because the quantity of the ingredients in these products is adequate depending on the baby’s requirement, not for the skin of a kid or adult.

So, using the Johnson baby care product on the kid’s skin doesn’t only mean sacrificing the effectiveness but it also means lacking proper cleaning.

On the positive side, these baby care products are perfect for kids or adults with sensitive skin because they are chemical-free. Hence, won’t be the cause of irritation, rashes, etc unless your kid is allergic to any ingredients.

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Deepika Kaushik
Deepika Kaushik

Hi, I'm Deepika Kaushik, and I love to review baby products. I have helped many of my relatives and aunt in suggesting baby care products by engaging in proper research, which proves to be safe and secure for my young cousins. Also, they just loved my suggestions and I hope the same with you also. Read more

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