with Organic Calendula, Shea Butter & St. John’s Wort
This zinc-free nappy ointment forms a soothing protective barrier against wetness. Its emollient shea butter-enriched base pampers with a special blend of herbs traditionally used by herbalists to help nourish and protect baby’s delicate skin.
Cracked skin, after-sun care, cuts & scrapes, eczema/psoriasis, hemorrhoids, razor burn
Ask the herbalist:
Why should I be concerned about a Petroleum based product?
Petroleum and mineral oil are found in most commercial creams including commercial diaper ointments. They are by-products of the petroleum industry and are not derived from natural sources.
They have a tendency to dissolve the skin's own natural oils and thereby increase dehydration and clogging the pores. It does not allow oxygen to penetrate into the skin trapping toxins, and not allowing them to escape. Oxygenation is an essential element in helping to promote healing of the skin.
Free of chemicals, petroleum, synthetic fragrances, GMO’s, parabens or phthalates
Cloth diaper- friendly
Zinc free; rich moisturizing base of shea butter, cocoa butter and beeswax act as a barrier to protect against wetness
Effective against acute symptoms of diaper rash
Multipurpose use for other skin and soothing conditions including: eczema/psoriasis cradle cap chapped cheeks razor burn cuts and scrapes hemorrhoids very dry, cracked skin
helianthus annuus* (sunflower seed) oil, cocos nucifera* (coconut) oil, cera alba (beeswax), calendula officinalis* (pot marigold) flower, althaea officinalis* (marshmallow) root, hypericum perforatum* (St. John’s wort) herb, butyrospermum parkii* (shea butter), theobroma cacao* (cocoa) butter, daucus carota sativa (carrot) seed oil, commiphora molmol* (myrrh) gum powder, achillea millefolium* (yarrow) flowers, anthemis nobilis (roman chamomile) essential oil, tocopherol (vitamin E) *certified organic
Size: 113 gram screw top jar
Made in Canada.
Fabriqué au Canada.
Onguent fessier pour bébés avec calendula, beurre de karité et millepertuis biologiques.