So you’ve got half a jar of Organic Nipple Butter left, huh? Wondering what should you do with it? Customers have reported many clever “off the box” alternative uses for Earth Mama® products.
Is a multi-tasking medicine cabinet must-have for the whole family, from knee boo boos to newly pierced places to athletically inclined toes!
Extra sensitive types of all ages profess their love for Sweet Orange Baby Lotion! Some mamas tell us they secretly use this for a daily facial lotion, extra dry and angry skin, and even bumpy bits that make you bok bok bok.
Use it to make your own DIY Diaper wipe solution, as a light and moisturizing hair oil, for flaky baby scalp and to help soothe diaper area too.
Heat and cold can be used for everything from sore muscles and that time of the month to aching ears and bellies, and Booby Tubes have even been used to keep a lunch cool!
Formulated especially for C-Section scars and stretch marks, this balm is beloved for existing scars, breakouts and minor burns too.
You know it’s great “down there” but try it up top and other places too – in the morning for under eye puffiness, after too much sun, and after that first shave or wax of the summer!
Sure it helps ease occasional pregnancy nausea or morning sickness, but you don’t have to be pregnant to reach for its settling spray. Where to keep it? In your car for long trips and winding roads; on the bedside table when the flu bug finds your house; anywhere that needs a little lightening up!
The soothing organic balm is a naturally safe breast pump lube and soothes dry skin from cuticles to heels. But wait, there’s more! It moisturizes new tattoos too!
Spritz the cooling cucumber mist after sun, as a facial toner or after shaving – cools bugged out skin when you’re camping too!
Soothing tea goes in, soothing tea goes out – and everything in between get some comfort! Formulated for pregnancy with herbs traditionally used to relieve occasional heartburn, acid reflux, and indigestion. Feel free to tell your dad.
Pregnancy nausea isn’t so special, this tea can be used by our less pregnant friends as well! Brew up a pot during flu season and carry a bag in your purse for traveling.
Everyone gets cranky, so serve it up for the whole family! And here’s a neat trick for teething baby gums: soak a very clean washcloth in brewed tea, lightly wring out and twist, then put the cloth in the freezer. When baby is fussy, chompy or teething, they can chew on the cloth for relief.
These very same herbs that help with third trimester prep can also help with leg cramps – pregnant or not!