Our nutrient-rich healing balm is made for sensitive skin with a natural, hypoallergenic formula with USDA Certified Organic, food-grade ingredients you can use from head to toe. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t effective.
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Your baby should focus on growing, learning and having fun. They shouldn’t have to deal with damaged, itchy, irritated skin. But it happens, despite your best effort. Between the environment, allergies, detergents and toxins, there are countless skin irritants in the environment. Your baby products shouldn’t be one of them.
Avoid the toxins, chemicals and hormone disruptors that fill the marketplace today. Our natural hypoallergenic calendula cream is made for any damaged, sensitive skin.
Just because our balm is gentle, doesn’t mean it isn’t effective. We have combined powerful herbs and extracts scientifically proven to help your baby’s irritated, damaged skin.
Steroid creams and medications can weaken your baby’s skin in the long term and may have dangerous side effects. Why not use ingredients Mother Nature has provided for healthier, happier skin?
Chamomilerelieves itchy, dry, irritated skin and soothes inflammation. It is high in antioxidants which is perfect for fighting against the free radicals that cause aging and cancer.
Sunflower Oil maintains your skin’s barrier and prevents water loss for moisturized, supple skin. It has been proven to be effective on dermatitis and helps restore damaged skin.
This oil is distilled from the beautiful marigold flower.Calendula oil is oftenused to treat burns, rashes, inflammation and wounds because of how mild it is when in contact with the skin. It has even beenused to stop bleeding and speed healing. It has antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which make it amazing for cleaning damaged skin.
Beeswax is used to thicken creams and other skincare products. Unlike petroleum (which is used to do the same job), beeswax doesn’t suffocate or damage the skin. Instead, it relieves itch, is anti-inflammatory, moisturizes the skin and produces a great barrier which protects againsts irritation and other harmful effects.
Coconut oil’s highly penetrating properties make it excellent for moisturizing and healing. Daily use helps delay the appearance of old age by strengthening the skin and reducing fine lines. Super effective against infections due to its antifungal, antiviral and antibacterial qualities which means it helps heal a wide array of skin conditions.
Avocado is truly a magical fruit. High in essential nutrients and fats, this inflammation reducing ingredients works great on plaque psoriasis and healing wounds. It even improves the density of collagen and its synthesis.
Oats have been used used for thousands of years torelieve itchy, damaged skin. This is because the protein found in it smooths and softens the skin. Add to that its ability to reduce inflammation and itch, it works great for a wide range of ailments.
Not only does it smell amazing, its benefits are amazing too! Rosemary has antiseptic and antimicrobial qualities that help eliminate eczema, dermatitis, oily skin and acne. It is a powerful antioxidant which reduces skin damage caused by free radicals.
Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Gluten Free Oats, Rosemary Extract, Organic Chickweed & Chamomile infusion in Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Castor Oil, Organic Beeswax, Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Vegetable Glycerin, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Arrowroot Powder, Organic Calendula Oil, Organic Avocado Oil, Organic Rosehip Seed Oil, Organic Arnica Oil, Organic Gluten Free Oats, Organic Rosemary Extract, Non-GMO Mixed Tocopherols
How often can I use it?
As often as you need it! Unlike steroid creams and medications, there aren’t dangerous side effects to gentle organic ingredients.
How much should we apply?
That depends on what area you are trying to apply it to. If you need to apply it to the scalp for cradle cap, it’s best to start with a small amount and apply more as needed to prevent clumping. For larger areas, you can apply liberally.
How should we test a sample?
It’s always best to test a sample to healthy, undamaged skin. We suggest the inner wrist or inner elbow since that tends to be more sensitive skin.
My baby ate some. Is it safe?
This formula is USDA Certified organic with food-grade ingredients but since we don’t know what your baby’s allergies are, we just can’t say. It’s best to ask your pediatrician.
Does this stain clothes?
Since it’s a balm, there can be residue on clothes but will wash out quite easily.
The balm is too hard. What can I do?
Use the back side of your nail to scoop a little out and then warm between your thumb and index finger. It should apply easily after that.
Is this just for kids?
Nope! Customers have reported great results at all ages and for all types of skin issues even up to wrinkles around their aging eyes and their dog’s cracked heels.
What do I do if I experience burning or irritation?
First, we recommend testing a sample for any allergies. Allergies are very rare (less that 1%) but it’s best to be safe. We recommend testing on your inner wrist since that is more sensitive skin. If any irritation occurs, discontinue use and contact your physician.
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