Description of Organic Diaper Balm, Unscented, 2 oz, BabyLabs
BabyLabs Organic Diaper Balm
- Keeps baby's bottom moisturized.
- Certified Organic.
- Dairy Free, Nut Free, Wheat Free.
BabyLabs is Nature Approved Family Wellness for your baby's delicate needs.
Your baby's skin is pure perfection, but it is also incredibly sensitive and susceptible to dryness and irritation. Straight from Mother Nature, BabyLabs understands the importance of nourishing your little one's skin with wholesome, natural ingredients. We also know that what goes on baby, often ends up in their mouths. That's why every product in our BabyLabs line is crafted with love and formulated with USDA Certified Organic ingredients prepared in a USDA Certified Organic Facility. All products are extra gentle and safe for even the most sensitive skin types. They're also Non-GMO and Cruelty Free.
Most babies will get a mild case of diaper rash before 12 months - it's perfectly normal! Do your best to change baby's diapers as soon as they are soiled and let their sensitive skin breathe whenever possible. Use our Diaper Balm for an added layer of moisture for your little one.
Our Diaper Balm is an organic and effective way to help with diaper rash. Through the action of sunflower oil, beeswax and coconut oil, baby's bottom will stay moisturized. When your baby's bottom is red and irritated, it needs the extra moisture and soothing comfort of our gentle but rich Diaper Balm to soothe quickly.
Helianthus annuus (Organic Sunflower) Oil, Ricinus communis (Organic Castor) Oil, Cera alba (Organic Beeswax), Theobroma cacao (Organic Cocoa Butter), Cocos nucifera (Organic Coconut) Oil, Organic Vegetable Glycerin, Maranta arundinacea (Organic Arrowroot) Powder, Calendula officinalis (Organic Calendula) Oil, Rosmarinus officinalis (Organic Rosemary) Extract, Non-GMO Mixed Tocopherols, Chamomilla recutita (Organic Chamomile) Extract.
Apply to clean dry skin after each diaper change.
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