Calendula, the humble pot marigold, has an exceptional calming property used in our Calendula Baby Care products. In our hard-working Diaper Rash Cream, we take peaceful calendula and chamomile extracts and blend with sweet almond and sesame oil, making a rich cream for the diaper area. Skin-friendly lanolin and zinc oxide provide a barrier against dampness.
Cares for delicate skin of the diaper area. Soothes skin and diminishes the appearance of redness while supporting baby's skin. Protects against dampness. Ingredients
Active Ingredients : Zinc Oxide 12%.
Inactive Ingredients : Beeswax, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Calendula Flower Extract, Chamomile Flower Extract, Geraniol, Glyceryl Linoleate, Hectorite, Lanolin, Limonene, Linalool, Sweet Almond Oil, Sesame Seed Oil, Water.
How to use : Clean your babys bottom with a damp towel or tissue and Calendula Lotion or Oil. Afterwards, apply a generous amount of Calendula Diaper Care and rub it in to create a protective layer between the sore bottom and any excess moisture. If your child has a very red and sore rash, it may be best to use Calendula Diaper Care each time you change the diaper. Once the skin has calmed, you can switch to using Calendula Baby Cream for the daily care of your babys bottom.
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