7 Products to Steal From Your Baby

Many baby products have multiple uses, including some pretty practical beauty applications. Here are seven you’ll want to keep for yourself. Don’t have a baby? No worries, you can buy them for yourself. I won’t tell.

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  • Burts Bees Baby Powder 2 of 8
    Baby powder has a multitude of uses, and this one smells like fresh apricots. You can sprinkle it in your hair and brush through it like dry shampoo, use it to prevent chafing in the summertime, and use it as a foot deodorizer.
    Found on Burt's Bees, $6.
  • Johnson Baby Shampoo with Natural Lavender 3 of 8
    Because baby shampoo is so gentle, it is terrific for washing your makeup brushes. The calming scent of lavender is a nice twist on a classic.
    Available at, $4.29.
  • Badger Chamomile & Calendula Baby Oil 4 of 8
    Baby oil is great for shaving your legs. It provides great slip and leaves legs moisturized. This formula with calming chamomile and soothing calendula would be a nice addition to a hot bath as well.
    Find it at Badger, $15.99.
  • Aveeno Baby Soothing Relief Moisture Cream 5 of 8
    This highly-rated moisturizer is gentle enough for an infant, but its hydrating and healing formula makes it a favorite with adults as well.
    Available on, $6.29.
  • Boudreauxs Butt Paste 6 of 8
    Diaper cream, or barrier cream, is a skin protectant containing zinc oxide. It's terrific for rashes of all sorts, including shaving irritation. Diaper cream can also be used to treat acne. Just dab some on your pimples before going to bed.
    Buy it on, $5.99
  • Mr. Bubble Bubble Bath 7 of 8
    If you like a lot of suds, Mr. Bubble is the real deal, and there is something so fun and indulgent about taking a super-bubbly bubble bath.
    Found on Amazon, $4.95.
  • Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment 8 of 8
    Aquaphor is amazing for chapped lips and as a deep moisturizer anywhere your skin is parched. Try it as an overnight treatment for dry hands and rough cuticles.
    Find it at Walgreen's, $6.79.

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