We have been out of “diapers” for a while. Big Sister has been day potty trained for a while and we just use pull-ups at night (and I think we will be out of those soon too!).
As Baby Brother’s arrival neared I started looking for natural diaper rash and skin care solutions. Not only did I want to find natural remedies, but needed remedies that are safe for cloth diapers.
We have been lucky during these first 3 1/2 weeks and he has yet to have a diaper rash. While I would love for him to never have a diaper rash, I know that isn’t realistic.
A few weeks ago I introduced you to a great Colorado company ~ Jemma Baby ~ and raved about their ultra luxurious lovee blankets. When Mary and Angie learned that I cloth diaper they offered to send me their Healing Booty Balm to review. I trusted that since it was coming from Jemma Baby it would be a quality product.
Jemma Baby Booty Balm is formulated with olive oil, herbs and essential oils to protect delicate skin and is cloth diaper friendly!
If your little one has a sore tush simply cleanse the affected area, allow it to dry, and apply balm. There is no need to scrub it off later like some other remedies. Even though olive oil is the main ingredient of this balm it isn’t too greasy. I have used it on cracked skin on both my hand and lips and it rubs in really well.
This universal balm would also be great for a sore bum from diarrhea (babies, adults and kids alike), a sore bum from long bike rides and or chaffing from other physical activity, dry/sensitive cuticles, dry/sensitive skin, and chapped skin.
Check out the great New Baby, New Fluff that Bri at Eco Baby Mama Drama is featuring today.