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I’ve been cloth diapering for almost 3 years now. While I love cloth diapers because they’re sensitive on my baby’s and toddler’s skin, we do experience an occasional rash. Over-the-counter supermarket style creams are often unsafe for cloth diapers. They contain petroleum based ingredients and zinc which is difficult to wash out of cloth and can stain. When an occasional rash does occur, I only switch to disposables as a last resort. Finding a healing cream, that’s also cloth diaper safe has been at the top of my diaper to-do list! I’m thrilled to try out Balm Baby’s Diaper Balm (& All-purpose skin aid). Balm Baby products are made in the USA, vegan, leaping bunny certified and come in non-plastic containers like the glass jar seen here. Check this product out:
Unlike a pasty white diaper cream, or the sticky clear kind I have around here somewhere, Balm Baby’s diaper balm goes on clear and smooth. It has washed easily out of our cloth diapers and I am happy to report that we have had zero residue with our regular wash routine. It’s lightly scented from the natural ingredients, and goes from a solid state to a clear consistency in seconds. I’m really happy that this is natural and won’t put anything toxic onto/into my baby. In addition, the tea tree oil is great for irritation. My 20 m/o has had a rough time as my milk supply changes during pregnancy, and his little bottom is proof! I’m using this both as a treatment, and as a prevention. I also have used it a few times for bumps and scrapes that accompany 3 very active little boys! In addition to this diaper balm, Balm Baby also makes a great Mama Belly balm and Soothing Nipple balm. You can find a great selection of Balm Baby Products on the Nicki’s Diapers website (where I also like to shop for diapers with free shipping!) or find the diaper balm right on the Balm Baby site itself.
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