Gaia Natural Baby Soothing Cream 100ml.
A thick cream containing beeswax, zinc and castor oil, all ideal for protecting skin, especially good when applied to little faces exposed to cold and wind or in a thick layer on little bottoms in nappies!
Use at each nappy change to keep your baby's bottom soft and smooth.
This multipurpose lotion can be used for newborns, babies and toddlers from top to toe to calm and soothe skin. Suitable for use on mozzie bites and scratches, as well as to soften and care for skin affected by irritations, eczema and nappy rash.
The Skin Soothing Lotion is available in an easy to dispense 100ml tube that fits so nicely into your nappy bag, making it easier at nappy change time and when you are travelling.
Skin Soothing Lotion contains:
- Certified organic wheat germ oil, high in Vitamin E, to help maintain skin elasticity and smooth skin appearance
- Calming certified organic chamomile extract
- Certified organic lavender well known to be calming and soothing
- Certified organic calendula - an amazing little herb known for its calming abilities on skin
- Zinc, castor oil and beeswax to provide a barrier, making this lotion last longer on skin
- May provide long lasting soothing relief for skin affected by irritations
- Provide a barrier on little bottoms and other areas keeping them soft and smooth
- Soothing dribble rash and little red cheeks exposed to windy conditions
- Pop the tube in the fridge to provide cooling comfort on hot red cheeks during teething
- Soothing noses after excessive nose blowing/wiping
- Elbows and knees requiring extra moisturisation
Don't rub creams or lotions into areas of the skin that are irritated or cracked - this can cause further irritation by creating friction rather than calming the area. Instead, squeeze a small amount of the soothing lotion onto the back of your hand and using the tips of your fingers, dab the skin soothing lotion and pat over the area you wish to cover.
Please note that GAIA cannot treat or cure your eczema. This information is not meant to replace any medical advice you may have received and if there appears to be any infection or you are concerned, it may be best to see your doctor or natural practitioner.