Organic Diaper Rash Cream (Medium Strength)
Reintroducing our best selling organic diaper rash cream, the perfect solution for soothing and protecting your baby's delicate skin. Formulated with a powerful blend of natural ingredients, including 22% non-nano zinc oxide, organic olive oil, organic jojoba oil, organic aloe vera, and organic beeswax, our cream is designed to provide fast and effective relief for light to medium diaper rashes as well as prevent diaper rashes from forming.
Our non-nano zinc oxide is the key ingredient in our formula, providing a physical barrier that protects your baby's skin from moisture and irritation. This powerful mineral also helps to soothe and heal inflamed skin, while preventing further irritation from occurring.
In addition to our zinc oxide, our cream is enriched with nourishing olive oil, which helps to moisturize and protect your baby's skin. Jojoba oil provides additional hydration, while aloe vera works to soothe and calm irritated skin. Beeswax acts as a natural emollient, creating a protective layer on the skin that locks in moisture and prevents further irritation.
Our organic diaper rash cream is free from harsh chemicals, fragrances, and synthetic ingredients, making it gentle and safe for your baby's sensitive skin. It is also free from petroleum, parabens, and phthalates, so you can feel confident that you're using a product that is both safe and effective.
Easy to apply and quick to absorb, our diaper rash cream is a must-have for any parent looking to keep their baby's skin healthy and protected.
Active: 22% non-nano zinc oxide
Inactive: Organic olive oil, Organic Joioba Oil, Organic Aloe Vera, Organic Beeswax
Store the diaper cream in a cool, dry place. Because the cream is 100% natural and free from synthetic stabilizers, the product will respond to extreme temperatures during storage and during transit.
Wash hands thoroughly before use.
Apply a dime size amount to the skin using a diaper cream applicator. Cost the skin as if you are icing a cake.
Use the cream between diaper changes and at the first site of a rash.