Calendula Organic Vegan Nappy Rash Cream
The best protection you can get for your baby’s delicate skin is with this Calendula Vegan Nappy Rash Cream.
This is so beautiful to apply, and REALLY works. I use it on my son, and it's like a miracle! I have used other Nappy Rash Creams in the past, but have always struggled to find one that works really well AND that is a plastic free Nappy Rash Cream. This ticks both boxes. AND it's vegan and organic!
It is a gentle and effective organic nappy rash cream that will help keep rashes, itches and inflammation at bay. It is quite normal for babies and toddlers to experience and develop skin rashes in particular nappy rashes - as a parent of course you want to find the best nappy rash cream to relieve their discomfort fast.
Comes in two sizes - large and small.
- With Calendula infused organic Sunflower, Safflower and Coconut oils.
- Contains natural anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and anti-microbial properties.
- 100% plant based, natural, biodegradable, cruelty free.
- No synthetic fragrances, silicones, water or preservatives.
One happy customer says "this balm is great though, soothes her aggravated skin and calms the area right down. Usually noticable by the next nappy change as the inflammation has all but disappeared! Wouldn't be without it now, and a little goes a long way. Great product, highly recommend for all little ones and a good thing to have on stand by for whenever they happen to get a sore bottom. Can safely be used with cloth nappies too. Unlike some of the thick, fibre clogging creams available on the High street."
Ingredients: Helianthus annuus seed oil, cocos nucifera oil, oryza sativa bran wax, carthamus tinctorius seed, calendula officinalis flower extract, zinc oxide. Made in the UK; small size = 56 grams, large size = 140 grams.
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