This balm really helped my 6month baby had a bad rush.good product
I recieved a herbal balm as a gift in one of my larger orders. I have always used natural diaper cream and salve but wasnt cloth diaper friendly so if my little ended upbwith a rash i had to use a disposable liner. His little bottom got really chapped from teething poops and after using my usual cream for a few days and getting it down to just irritated skin i put this stuff on it to give it a try and the next morning there was no dry skin or redness! 100% recommend!
After experimenting with different diaper creams and balms with our first baby - we have narrowed down to our two favorites. This is one of them. The other is simply using organic coconut oil. Which works amazing and most people already have in their kitchen. We got a small sample of this when we purchased some Grovia cloth diapers from the seller (Sweetbottoms) and we used the small sample up. It works just as well as coconut oil does. Our baby gets no rashes from this- like the generic white creams that people gifted us at our baby shower which gave our daughter rashes. I ended up buying this larger size tub because I missed how good it smells. I love the smell of coconut oil too, but now we have two options. So I go back and forth between the two. I highly recommend this balm for your baby. Works well with disposable or cloth diapers. And this balm comes in a high quality glass container. 5 stars.
Nice smelling natural product. Seems to work well. Hard to spread until it starts to soften with body heat after application
Love this stuff. Have used it on my twin daughters with cloth diapers for almost a year. They both have really sensitive skin, and this product works great.