5 of the best baby massage oils Massage is a great way to bond with your baby, try using one of these lovely oils to get you started... 1 of Ad break Tiddley Pom Organic Baby Massage Oil, £7.99 for 150mlMassage has lots of health benefits for your baby, it helps with sleep, wind, colic, and can improve your baby’s skin and digestion. Massaging your baby will help you bond, too. Check out our guide to baby massage for some easy massage techniques. You can use any cold-pressed organic oil such as sunflower, grape seed or olive oil. Or try one of these specially formulated and baby-safe brands… Tiddley Pom Organic Baby Massage Oil is organic, fragrance-free and comes in a handy spray bottle. Suitable from birth, £7.99 for 150ml, available from Tiddley Pom. Johnson’s Baby Oil, £4.25 for 500mlJohnson’s Baby Oil is gentle on delicate skin and easy to spread, making it perfect for massaging your baby. Suitable from birth, £4.25 for 500ml, available from boots.com. The Organic Pharmacy Mother & Baby massage oil, £19.96 for 100mlMother & Baby Massage Oil with a blend of lavender, chamomile, marigold, jojoba and rosehip is gentle, plus you can use it, too. Suitable from birth, £19.96 for 100ml, from The Organic Pharmacy. Earth Friendly Baby Moisturising Shea Butter Massage Oil, £4.08 for 125mlEarth Friendly Baby Moisturising Shea Butter Massage Oil is kind to baby's skin and contains hydrating shea butter. Suitable from birth, £4.08 for 125ml, available from Ocado and John Lewis. Continue slideshow > Boo Boo Kind & Calming Massage Oil, £12.99 for 100ml Boo Boo Kind & Calming Massage Oil, this 100% natural massage oil contains rosehip oil, which can help calm eczema, restore softness and treat dry, irritated skin, plus organic lavender oil. Suitable from birth, £12.99 for 100ml, available from Boo Boo. By Sophie Westnedge Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?