Eco-friendly diaper creams abound these days, but which ones really work?
We were big fans of Boudreaux’s All Natural Butt Paste. It was widely available and seemed to clear up any issues we had quickly and without a sticky mess.
Method’s Squeaky Green Diaper Cream comes in wonderful scents, but I never had a chance to use it with my babies.
Friends of mine have raved about Weleda Calendula Diaper Care and their whole line of products.
Nature’s baby Organics Organic Diaper Ointment Cream is part of a series of organic personal care products for mothers and babies.
Angel Baby Bottom Balm has a luscious lavender scent that we loved. It’s made here in Oregon and their whole line of products are fabulous!
Bio-Bio Baby’s Zinc Oxide Paste also looks pretty promising. Has anyone tried it?
Perhaps you’ve tried swabbing a bit of olive oil on baby’s bottom or even using some Lanosinoh Lanolin. (Most breastfeeding moms discover that the stuff is wonderful for those early days of cracked and sensitive skin, and unless your child has a wool allergy, it’s great for use as a diaper cream as well!)
Let us know what your favorite solutions are for diaper rash and don’t forget to enter our Eco-nomical Baby Guide and What to Expect When You’re Expecting giveaway!