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Baby Nappy Ointment

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      • 100% Natural
      • Certified Organic
      • Certified Vegan
      • Certified Cruelty-Free
      • Eco-conscious Packaging
      • Made in UK
      • Calms skin irritations
      • Skin Soothing & hydrating
      • Gives the epidermis a protective barrier
    • Clean baby’s nappy area and ensure it’s dry. Apply the nappy ointment after each nappy change and when necessary

    • Ingredients: Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Hydroxystearic/Linolenic/Oleic Polyglycerides, Cetearyl Alcohol, Tribehenin, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil*, Silica, Calendula Officinalis Flower*, Glyceryl Behenate, Bisabolol, Centella Asiatica Leaf Extract*.

      *Organic Ingredients

      Free From: GMO, Preservatives, Sulphates, Parabens, SLS/SLES, Synthetic Fragrances, Alcohol, Phthalates, Petrolatum, Lanolin, Phenoxyethanol, Bisphenol A (BPA)

    Clean baby’s nappy area and ensure it’s dry. Apply the nappy ointment after each nappy change and when necessary

    Ingredients: Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Hydroxystearic/Linolenic/Oleic Polyglycerides, Cetearyl Alcohol, Tribehenin, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil*, Silica, Calendula Officinalis Flower*, Glyceryl Behenate, Bisabolol, Centella Asiatica Leaf Extract*.

    *Organic Ingredients

    Free From: GMO, Preservatives, Sulphates, Parabens, SLS/SLES, Synthetic Fragrances, Alcohol, Phthalates, Petrolatum, Lanolin, Phenoxyethanol, Bisphenol A (BPA)


    100%Natural

    Key Benefits

    Certified Organic, Vegan & Cruelty Free, 100% Natural

    Our plant-based nappy ointment is formulated to protect and soothe your baby’s delicate nappy area whilst helping to lock in moisture. 

    You can also use this ointment on other skin irritations, dry skin, rashes, eczema patches... not just for the nappy area


    Organic
    Vegan
    Cruelty-Free
    Sustainable

    WHAT IS NAPPY RASH

    Nappy rash is a familiar concern amongst babies and toddlers. Symptoms vary greatly, ranging from very mild to quite severe, depending on the cause and how it's managed. Common and extremely treatable, it’s important to recognise that nappy rash is not your fault! 


    The symptoms of nappy rash will almost always improve when skin is thoroughly cleaned and barrier cream is applied. Nappies should also be changed frequently as this is the most common cause of nappy rash. 


    Nappy rash can develop as a result of friction when the baby’s skin is wet (with wee) or dirty (with poo). It’s important to know that bacterial or yeast skin infections will often aggravate symptoms too.




    Organic Coconut Oil
    Helps your skin maintain its protective barrier
    Organic Sweet Almond Oil
    Supports dry skin and itching
    Organic Calendula
    Skin-soothing and antioxidant properties

    NAPPY RASH TREATMENT

    How should I treat my baby’s nappy rash?

    • Use plain water-soaked cotton wool or pads to clean your baby’s skin, especially their skin folds.

    • Change your baby’s nappy frequently — at least 6 times each day and every time they poo.

    • Try using disposable nappies while you baby has nappy rash. These will help to keep their skin drier than cloth nappies.

    • Don’t put their nappy on too tight. Air flow around the rash will help it to clear.

    • Ensure your baby has time each day to kick freely without their nappy on.

    • Use a good quality barrier cream. Apply it thickly enough to create a barrier between their skin and any wee or poo. Zinc creams work well.

    • Warm the cream between your fingers before smearing it onto their skin. This will help the cream to spread.

    • Avoid using talcum powder or antiseptic wipes, as these could irritate your baby further.

    • Use an antifungal cream if you think your baby has thrush. Check with your child health nurse, GP or pharmacist if unsure.

    • Hydrocortisone cream can be prescribed for a red, inflamed rash.

    • Use a gentle baby wash at bath time. Avoid using bubble baths or strong-smelling washes and soaps.


    When should I see a doctor about my baby’s nappy rash?

    • If it’s not clearing after a few days of changing their nappies more often.

    • If the barrier cream, you’re using doesn’t seem to be making a difference.

    • If you think the rash is getting worse.


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