How to heal nappy rash
Not only amazing for dry lips, cuticles and a host of other skin concerns, these natural balms are also amazing for nappy rash. Bursting with natural ingredients, they are kind to sensitive skin and will most certainly work their magic on sore bottoms.
Here are five the beautyheaven team rate
bh loves: Trilogy Everything Balm, $39.99 from Life Pharmacy, Kiwiherb Baby Balm, $22.99 from Life Pharmacy, Olive 100% Natural All-Purpose Balm, $25.99 from Life Pharmacy,
The Bonbon Factory Healing Balm for Man and Beast, $12.99 from Life Pharmacy and Antipodes Saviour Skin Balm Mini, $19.90.
Trilogy Everything Balm
Packed full of all the good stuff, this multi-purpose balm which can also be warmed up and turned into an oil contains a bounty of goodies. Expect to find goodies from all over the world such as marula oil from Namibia, certified organic rosehip oil from Lesotho, ectra virgin olive oil from Italy, jojoba oil from North America as well as evening primrose oil and honey from New Zealand. This pottle packs some punch in the healing stakes.
Kiwiherb Baby Balm
Delicate skin will love the soothing natural formulation of this balm which has a base of olive and coconut oil, organic beeswax while also including calendula, chamomile and koromiko.
Olive 100% Natural All-Purpose Balm
Only the good stuff goes into this all-purpose balm which is a great addition to the nursery. Plant extracts including calendula are contained for their repairing abilitiies as well as avocado to nourish and manuka honey to repair and protect.
The Bonbon Factory Healing Balm
Cute and vegan, this balm is bursting with ingredients such as lavendar, candelilla, marigold, manuka and coconut oil just to name a few. A little goes a long way with this balm - throw it in your nappy bag to always have on hand.
Antipodes Savioour Skin Balm Mini
Formulated using a blend of rich oils, Australian tea tree and New Zealand totara as well as antioxidant-rich vinanza grape from grape seeds, this is like a pottle of liquid gold for rough, compromised skin.
Do you have a balm you love to use on your baby? Tell us your favourites.