Best Buys Reviews & shopping Baby skincare Mums’ top baby skincare picks in our annual awards 1 of Ad break The best baby skincareWhether it’s worries about nappy rash, baby acne and eczema, or simply wanting to keep your little one’s skin soft and clean, the baby skincare that you use really matters. Check out the award-winning products that got our mums' votes. Finalist: Dentinox Cradle Cap Treatment ShampooGentle care for the treatment of infant cradle cap and the shampoo format means no residue is left behind. Always read the label. £2.39 Finalist: NIVEA SUN Children’s Pocket SizeCombines effective protection with cute, convenient packaging. Perfect for slipping in your handbag on a day out. £4.89 Finalist: Johnson’s Baby Lotion, £2.18Trusted by generations of mums, this iconic product is gentle on your baby’s delicate skin, and works as both a moisturiser and a cleanser. Continue slideshow > Finalist: Organic Babies Baby Salve, £8.95 Smooth this organic salve onto your baby’s hands, face, body and bottom. It soothes and softens skin using only pure, natural ingredients. Finalist: Green Baby Gentle Scalp OilJust a couple of drops of this ‘wonder product’ treats unsightly cradle cap. Made from organic safflower, sesame and jojoba oils. £6 Bronze Award: Halos N Horns Zingy Orange Hair & Body WashLittle ones adore the fruity scent of this all-in-one product, which is hypoallergenic and free from SLS and parabens. £2.99 Silver Award: ASDA Little Angels Eco Baby BathFantastic value and free of parabens, petrochemicals and artificial colours, this baby bath protects your baby’s delicate skin. £1.08 Continue slideshow > Gold Award: SudocremWe love this classic that soothes inflamed bottoms. Every nappy bag should have some. Read the review. From £2.05. By Rachel Malcolm Comments Latest on MadeForMums Rochelle Humes' divisive method for clearing her baby's bunged up nose Viral wedding invitation tells guests: "Breastfeed in the toilets!" Kimberley Walsh admits her marriage 'revolves' around her kids Bobby and Cole Exclusive look at the Hee Tee: A 'heat and energy generating' buggy!