Product Review: Calazime Skin Protectant Paste

Best Diaper Cream

Best Diaper Cream

We’ve reviewed and recommended a lot of different diaper creams over the years: Burt’s Bees, Angle Baby Bottom Balm, Weleda Calendula Diaper Care, and more.

While I previously had a strong preference for Weleda, I was randomly turned on to a kind I never previously considered: Calazime Skin Protectant Paste. It’s not generally advertised under baby care, so it was not previously on my radar.

The first thing I noticed was how thick it is. It spreads easily and leaves a thick layer on the skin. Even after a full night of sleep, when most other creams have dissolved into oblivion, the Calazime is still there.

The first ingredient is Aloe, which I like, and has menthol to soothe any irritation along with zinc to protect the skin from moisture. The best part is that Allison’s rash is nearly gone after one application.

Have you tried Calazime? What diaper cream is on your changing table right now?


  1. I’ve never heard of that. I use Alba Unpetroleum multi-purpose jelly, Gold Bond non-talc baby powder, or something neat my friend made for me, a cocoa butter based healing salve with comfrey and calendula, it smells so good, delicious, really. I cloth diaper so I have to be careful not to clog up the diapers with zinc or petroleum-based products.

  2. We cloth diaper too, and haven’t had problems with zinc buildup (yet). The Calazime works so well, the rash clears up with one application and I only have to use it every couple of days.

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