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Live Clean Baby Gentle Moisture Diaper Rash Cream -- 2.6 oz


Live Clean Baby Gentle Moisture Diaper Rash Cream
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Live Clean Baby Gentle Moisture Diaper Rash Cream -- 2.6 oz

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Live Clean Baby Gentle Moisture Diaper Rash Cream Description

  • With Lavender, Aloe & Chamomile
  • 100% Plant & Naturally Derived Phthalate Free, Paraben Free
  • Soothes, Heals & Prevents Diaper Rash
  • Hypoallergenic • Pediatrician Tested

Developed with your baby and the environment in mind, Live Clean® Baby delivers results with natural, gentle ingredients caring for babies' delicate skin using formulations enriched with certified organic botanicals.

 

Live Clean Diaper Rash Cream is a naturally derived gentle formula that softens chafed skin while providing a moisture barrier.

  • Naturally Derived • With Certified Organic Botanicals • Petrolatum Free
  • Paraben Free • Phthalate Free • Phosphate Free • Dye Free
  • Vegetarian Formula • Never Tested on Animals • Package Recyclable
  • Contains Biodegradable Ingredients • Hypoallergenic • Pediatrician Tested

Uses

» Helps treat and prevent diaper rash

» Protects chafed skin due to diaper rash

» Helps seal out wetness


Directions

Change wet and soiled diapers promptly. Cleanse the diaper area and allow to dry. Apply cream liberally as often as necessary, with each diaper change, especially at bedtime or any time when exposure to wet diapers may be prolonged.
Free Of
Petrolatum, paraben, phthalate, phosphate, dye, animal ingredients and animal testing,

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredient: Zinc oxide 15% (skin protectant). Inactive Ingredients: Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, cera alba (beeswax), simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, tocopheryl acetate, lavandula hybrida oil, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) extract*, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract*, aloe baradensis leaf extract*, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, limonene, linalool. *certified organic
Warnings

For external use only.

When using this product avoid contact with eyes.

Stop use and ask a doctor if condition worsens or does not improve within 7 days.

If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center immediately.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Tips for Getting Started with Cloth Diapers

Diapers are a rather mundane part of parenting, if we’re being perfectly honest. Though it’s growing in consideration, the idea of leaving behind the convenience of disposable diapers for the “old fashioned” cloth variety is often met with incredulity and scoffing. Yet choosing to cloth diaper your baby can not only be more convenient but more budget and ecologically friendly, too.

New Mom Leaning How to Cloth Diaper Her Baby | Vitacost.com/blog

Ingenious inventions

Pre-folds, pins and rubber pants are what most people think of when someone mentions cloth diapers. You know, those old fashioned square pieces of cloth that needed to be folded and then folded gain to achieve any kind of absorbency. They’re like the origami of parenting, except with less interesting shapes and colors.

While those types of diapers certainly still exist, and diapering “purists” may argue that pre-folds are the best and most simplistic option on the market, there are many newer and more convenient approaches to cloth diapering these days.

Don’t be deterred by the rumors that cloth diapering is boring and extra work. As they say, “necessity is the mother of invention,” and when it comes to cloth diapers you can take that quite literally.

Cloth diaper terminology at a glance

  • Pre-folds: Old-fashioned cloth diapers that must be folded around the baby and secured in place
  • Contours: Shaped to baby; also need to be secured in place and require a cover
  • Fitteds: Shaped to baby and fastens with Velcro or snaps; require a cover
  • Pockets: Cover and stay-dry liner sewn together with an opening at the back creating a “pocket” in which any desired absorbent cloth may be used; fastens with Velcro or snaps
  • All-in-Ones: Cover, absorbent insert and stay-dry liner sewn together and fastens with Velcro or snaps

Pros and cons

Not only do cloth diapers give your baby’s skin the opportunity to breathe, but many parents report their child having healthier skin, fewer bouts of diaper rash and more comfort overall.

For those children with highly sensitive skin, you may find that natural fibers are a better match to your child’s needs than synthetic fabrics, and you should avoid detergents with perfumes or dyes, opting for natural detergent to wash your cloth diapers instead.

To maximize your ecological effectiveness as well as protect your baby’s sensitive skin, is can be extremely helpful to wash your stash of diapers on your own, as opposed to using a service. Most diaper services use too many harsh cleaning agents, like bleach, which will only irritate your baby’s skin and end up polluting the earth even more.

Plus, you’re never actually “out of diapers” which means no midnight runs to the twenty-four hour pharmacy and paying some astronomical price for diapers that only leak and create more problems. Just toss a load in the wash and in an hour you have an entire stack of fresh and clean diapers at your ready.

It takes a certain kind of dedication not only to go against the grain, as far as conventional parenting goes, but to reject the slippery slope of familiarity in favor of what’s best for the good of our planet as well as the health of your family.

In the meantime, if you are just dipping your toes into the water, it’s important to keep in mind that perfection is unattainable and every disposable diaper that goes unused is a disposable diaper that has been kept out of the landfills across the country.

Pro-tip: tools to make it easier

  • Flushable liners
  • Snappi (diaper fasteners)
  • Diaper sprayer
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