Baby Powder Talc Free - USDA Certified Organic

    Dusting Powder for Excess Moisture & Chafing That’s Actually Good for Your Skin

    Our nutrient-rich dusting powder is perfect for dry, cracked, chapped or damaged skin. It gently provides protection from moisture and chafing while avoiding toxins and harsh ingredients found in most baby powders.

    • Dry Skin
    • Cracked Skin
    • Rashes
    • Damaged Skin
    • Diaper Rash
    • Excess Moisture
    Sulfate free Vegan friendly Paraben free 60 Day Money Back Guarantee Cruelty Free Natural and Organic Made in America Dye Free Perfume Free No Harsh Chemicals

    Protect from Moisture While Nourishing Skin

    Excess moisture and chafing can cause a lot of problems, from diaper rash to stinky feet. But with the recent studies linking talcum powder to cancer, we decided to formulate a baby powder that is not only non-toxic, but actually good for your skin!

    Our ingredients are shown to:

    • Absorb Excess Moisture
    • Reduce Inflammation
    • Soothe Irritation and Rashes
    • Keep Skin Soft
    • Nourishes Skin
    • Reduce Chafing

    Our USDA Certified Organic dusting powder will help protect against moisture while nourishing gentle, sensitive skin. Whether you’re looking to keep your baby more comfortable after diaper changes, want to keep yourself fresh or keep your skin dry, why not do safely and naturally?

     Our formula is as safe as it is effective, meaning there are no toxins, chemicals, dyes, perfumes, parabens or useless fillers.

    The Best Baby Powder Needs The Best Ingredients

    Start your baby off right with a 100% chemical free baby powder. Packed with nutrients, this formula is perfect for protecting even the most sensitive skin from moisture and chafing.

    • Arrowroot Powder
    • Cornstarch
    • Kaolin Clay
    • Calendula Extract
    • Rosemary Extract
    • Parabens
    • Perfumes
    • Talcum
    • Toxins

    Made From Ingredients Your Skin Will Love

    Kaolin Clay

    This mineral clay pulls toxins out of the skin, increases circulation, reduces inflammation and leaves skin softer and more vibrant. Being that it is in powder form, it is another excellent ingredient we use in our baby powders.

     Arrowroot Powder

    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.


    Cornstarch is a moisture absorbing, deodorizing ingredient in our baby powder. Not only does it slick moisture away but it soothes irritation and allergies like rashes, sunburns and bug bites. Helpful tip: Sprinkle it on your roots and you’ve got a dry shampoo!

    Calendula Oil

    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.

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    How often should we use it?

    We recommend using it at least every time you have a diaper change but feel free to use it as often as you need.

    Why don’t you use talcum powder?

    Talcum powders have recently been found to be linked to cancers and disrupting hormones. Given how crucial the healthy development of your baby is in that first year, it’s best to avoid anything that could interfere with hormones or potentially harm the mother.

    Is this just for babies?

    Our powder works great for babies, kids and even adults.

    Can it be used for other purposes like a dusting powder?

    Absolutely. Customers use it for their shoes, clothes, etc. Anywhere they need help with chafing or persistent moisture.

    Does it have the same texture as regular powder?

    The texture is similar, but not quite as fine as your regular grocery store brand.

    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.