Motherlove Diaper Rash & Thrush Relief:
A nice organic balm not only for diaper rashes, but for thrush. Read these pure ingredients, then turn over the diaper rash cream you currently use and compare! This one doesn’t smell much, but it’s very mild and works nice, especially on thrush.
Ingredients: Myrrh, Oregon Grape Root, Yarrow*, Calendula*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil*. Beeswax* *CERTIFIED ORGANIC
Earth Mama Angel Baby Angel Baby Bottom Balm:
The smell of this organic diaper rash balm is nice. This balm is vegan (no beeswax). I find it to be a little strong on my son’s sensitive skin at times, but every bottom is different and you got to find which one works the best for your baby.
Ingredients: Organic olive oil, Organic calendula extract, Organic St. John’s wort extract, Organic chickweed extract, Organic plantain extract, Shea butter, Candelilla, Organic jojoba oil, proprietary blend of Lavender oil, Tea tree oil and Myrrh oil, Tocopherol (vitamin E).
Organic Blessings Organic Diaper Cream (USDA Certified Organic):
This is a very mild and nice diaper ointment. Great for babies and adults alike.
Ingredients: Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Beeswax, Organic Shea Butter, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Aloe Vera Gel, Vegetable Glycerin, Organic Sweet Almond Oil, Organic Lavender Essential Oil, Organic Calendula Extract, Organic Tea Tree Oil, Organic Comfrey Root Extract, Organic Plantain Extract, Chickweed Powder, Oregano Leaf Extract, Thyme Extract, Olive Leaf Extract, Rosemary Leaf Extract, Lavender Flower Extract and Goldenseal Root Extract.
Terressentials 100% Organic Terrific Tush Treatment:
Ingredients: Organic cocoa butter°, organic beeswax°, organic karite (shea) butter°, organic vanilla oil°, essential oils of organic sweet orange° and organic true lavender°, infusions of organic chamomile°,organic calendula°, organic angelica°, and organic centella asiatica° in organic coconut oil°, essential oil of organic rose geranium°. °USDA Certified Organic
Let baby go naked!
If a rash is really bad, it helps letting baby be naked as much as possible. When our son gets a bad rash, we let him sleep naked and just put a bunch of towels under his sheet (and wash it all in the morning). He gets to run around the house naked too, and we have a towel ready for accidents. It’s great for potty training too since he becomes more aware of his body’s needs. I think it’s nice for babies to get a break from diapers at least once a day.