Remove Diaper Rash with New Organic Baby Products
The first time I held my newborn baby my life changed. The pure, innocent tiny person lying in my arms needed my protection.
Just like us babies absorb chemicals applied to their skin. The last thing you want to do is add toxins to your baby’s sensitive skin.
The diaper areas is a real problem area and so many poor babies get diaper rash. And no wonder.
The diapers are loaded with chemicals.
The wipes are so bad that the hospital where my daughter was born have stopped using them.
On top of this we apply baby care products that are full of potentially harmfull toxins.
You don’t have to go down that road. You can choose a natural, organic option for your baby.
Throw away the wipes! Instead use the Baby Bottom Cleansing Gel. Wipe off the gel gently with a soft damp cloth. No need to rinse.
Then use the Baby Barrier Balm to protect you baby’s sensitive area. Use it on your baby to prevent and heal diaper rash.
These products are one of a kind.
They are certified organic to food standards. In other words, the are good enough to eat.
They nurture your babies sensitive skin and they are gentle enough for newborn babies.
Baby Bottom Cleansing Gel
A very gentle, yet effective cleanser for nappy change time.
Soothing organic marshmallow, chamomile and calendula
calm and soothe baby’s sensitive skin. Organic aloe vera
inner leaf gel and yucca juice gently cleanse and soothe
baby’s bottom. A hint of organic vanilla helps neutralize
odors. Gentle enough for newborns.
Baby Barrier Balm
A soothing balm that protects your baby’s sensitive
areas. Softens dry patches, soothes irritated skin and
calms minor skin inflammation and redness. Repels
moisture and protects nappy area from chafing. Soothes
chapped skin & lips and can also be used for relieving
cuts, scrapes, bites, sun & wind burn.
It works for the whole family.
Check out the whole new CERTIFIED ORGANIC baby product range.
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