Our natural and organic ointment is more than a nipple cream for breastfeeding moms. Use it anywhere you have chapped, irritated, sensitive, cracked skin. Perfect for dry patches of skin, minor wounds, chapped nose, blisters, chapped lips, cracked heels and more.
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Our robust nursing balm includes vitamin-rich, anti-inflammatory ingredients have been used for centuries to help damaged, sensitive skin.
We just happened to combine them into a cream to offer you long lasting relief on your most sensitive skin. If it’s not good enough for your baby to eat, we won’t put it on your skin.
Use anywhere you have dry, chapped, irritated skin. That includes rashes, minor wounds, hives, hands and more.
If you wouldn’t feed your baby chemicals, then you also shouldn’t use them in your skin care routine. That’s why we rely on all natural, certified organic ingredients that not only soothe irritation, but are actually good for your skin.
Also producing chocolate, cocoa seeds produce a fat, that when used on the skin, has a anti-inflammatory effect. It soothes burns and adds a protective layer from chafing and other irritants. Cocoa seed butter smells like chocolate, while also moisturizing and reduces signs of lines and wrinkles.
Apricot oil is used as a carrier oil in some of our products. This means it is light enough to dilute some of the heavier oils we use and transport them into the skin. Besides that, it also is anti-inflammatory, high in healing vitamin E, and is antibacterial and anti-yeast.
Chamomile relieves 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.
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.
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.
Arrowroot powder kills bacterial and microbial growth, stimulates the immune system and soothes pain. This makes for a great ingredient in our Organic Baby Powder.
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.
Chamomile Extract, Calendula Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Beeswax, Organic Apricot Oil, Organic Vegetable Glycerin, Organic Arrowroot Powder, Organic Evening Primrose Oil, Organic Chamomile Extract, Organic Calendula Oil, Organic Rosemary Extract, Non-GMO Mixed Tocopherols
Do I have to wipe it off before breastfeeding?
While we use organic, food-grade ingredients it’s best to consult with your pediatrician since a baby’s allergies can vary.
How much should I use?
To prevent discomfort, start with a dime sized amount and spread evenly across the skin. Apply more as needed.
Can I use this on other parts of my body?
Absolutely. Use anywhere you have irritated, inflamed skin.
How often should I use this?
Feel free to use after every feeding as a preventative action or any time you need help with sensitive, inflamed skin.
Will this stain clothes?
No this formula easily washes out of clothes and undergarments.
Is the balm is hard to apply?
Colder weather can cause the balm to solidify. Just warm it between your fingers to apply more easily.
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.