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  1. Ruth
    July 22, 2011

    You contracted yourself by saying the sizes of the jars and tubes differently:

    The original aquaphor ointment does not contain glycerin, which acts as a lubricant, panthenol, which is a moisturizer, and bisabolol, which is naturally scented with floral flavors, and has skin irritation reducing properties as well. This regular aquaphor ointment also comes in a different jar from the baby aquaphor. While the baby ointment comes in a jar of 14 oz and tubes of 3 oz, the regular ointment comes in a jar of 3.5 oz and 1.75 oz tubes.

    then in the summary it says:

    Baby aquaphor is packaged in 3.5 oz jars and 1.75 oz tubes, while regular aquaphor comes in 14 oz jars and 3 oz tubes.

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  2. me
    June 2, 2012

    To Ruth – for someone who is criticizing. It’s contradicted not contracted –

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    • Ronae35
      August 25, 2019

      Lolright!!!

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    • Jeffrey Shaw
      March 15, 2020

      I appreciate you clearing this up for me. Article was very helpful. Thank you…

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    • Deanna
      November 3, 2020

      Great response and/or Come back.. !!

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  3. me 2
    November 5, 2013

    LOL!

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  4. Cerissa
    March 9, 2014

    I just looked at the ingredients/label information in both the regular and baby, and there’s no difference between the two at all, other than one says baby and the other doesn’t. I looked at the 14 oz. jars…

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    • Tamala O.
      February 3, 2017

      This.

      Aquaphor Healing Ointment, Advanced Therapy:

      “Active ingredients: Petrolatum (41%)……Skin protectant (ointment)”

      “Inactive ingredients: Mineral Oil, Ceresin, Lanolin Alcohol, Panthenol, Glycerin, Bisabolol”

      That is, there is no difference in ingredients between regular and baby Aquaphor.

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  5. Danielle Ballinger
    June 17, 2018

    I was really looking for the answer to this question.. but after reading above I’m wondering if you have any other reasons why they are different since your article is incorrect. They both have glycerin and bisabolol and they are both “petroleum based”not just the baby aquaphor. The only difference I see is the packaging sizes available and the word Baby only being on one. All ingredients are the same including the active ingredient (petrolatum 41%).

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  6. Fe
    January 21, 2021

    All I know is that it is fantastic for after tattoo care .. especially for color tattoos. I’ve been using aquaphor since 2006. It’s not sticky unless you use too much. My tattoo artist says that if it’s sticky then you put too much (on new tattoo)
    You put a little and rub it gently around the tattoo and it absorbs. I use it for my dry, chapped hands .. especially in the Winter.

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