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Organic Diaper Balm
Organic Diaper Balm doubles as a multi-tasking skin salve. From bottoms to boo boos, this has you covered.
Cruelty-free Organic Diaper Balm doubles as a multi-tasking skin salve that’s safe for the whole family. You can confidently smooth it onto your baby’s booty (or your big kid’s scraped knee) knowing you chose well.
NEW Family Size
BIGGER is better!
The formula you have always trusted to knock out upset skin now comes in a size that can handle the whole family’s skincare woes.
• Dermatologist tested and clinically tested for irritation
• NO petroleum, preservatives, or artificial fragrance
• EWG Verified, with the lowest hazard rating possible
• Chosen by hospitals for even the most fragile NICU babies
• Removing as much plastic from nature as used by our company. That's our Plastic Neutral promise.
[Organic Diaper Balm] GREAT QUALITY. Love it! within a day of use my baby's bottom was no longer redCC
[Organic Diaper Balm] THE BEST. I cannot say enough great things about this product. It works SO well, has a nice smell, clean ingredients, and lasts forever!!! I will also use it on little scrapes/cuts on the whole family too.Christina
Slather as Needed
Just apply a thin coat to the diaper area after each change and bath. Also? Organic Diaper Balm doubles as a multi-tasking skin salve. Use this balm on your baby’s bum, under a band aid, or sneak it into your complexion-obsessed tween’s bathroom. From bottoms to boo boos, this has you covered.
You can make homemade baby wipes too
Wondering what else to use Organic Diaper Balm for?
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