The skin-blending power of your baby’s skin care regimen is well known, but the same cannot be said for the power of its moisturizer.

The reason is that baby skin contains two kinds of water-soluble moisturizers.

The first is glycolic acid.

The glycolics form when water is broken down in the skin and then mixed with other ingredients.

The other type of water is fatty acids, which are the building blocks of most proteins.

When you mix these with a good moisturizer, the result is an amazing combination of hydration, oil-absorbing properties, and a great moisturizing performance.

This moisturizer works best with a product with an oily or combination texture that is suitable for babies.

Here are the ingredients for a skin whitening cream: Coconut oil, water, glycerin, sodium hyaluronate, hydrolyzed collagen, caprylic/capric triglyceride, panthenol, sorbitol, lauric acid, caprylyl glycol, butylene glycol-20, pantothenic acid-12, glyceryl stearate, ethylhexylglycerin (EHCG), glycerylamide-20 (EHSG), propylene glycohydrate, sodium stearoyl glycerate, sorbic acid source Fortune