Thursday, April 8, 2010

Angel Baby Bottom Balm

Lately Esther has been wearing her Flip diaper with the organic prefold fairly often. Its absorbent, trim, and cute! What's your favorite baby fluff-wear this week? We're headed out of town this weekend and I'm taking the Flip disposable inserts, I'll let you know how that goes.

I had Esther is a disposable diaper recently and noticed that she was very red and bled a bit in her leg creases. I'm not sure if the diaper rubbed her the wrong way or what but cloth is definitely much more comfortable. Thankfully we had just gotten some Earth Mama Angel Baby Bottom Balm to review. I put some on her and it did seem to help. I've also used this on Julia's "toddler mouth" - you know, where they bite their bottom lip and make it red and chapped? She calls it her medicine and asked me to put it on her face a couple of times until it cleared up. I love having this natural option and not worrying about chemicals being absorbed into my babies' skin.

I didn't use a ton of this all at once, but its supposed to be safe for cloth diapers. It seems like it would wash out just fine and I didn't have any issues with the small amount that I used. This is a great all purpose healing balm to have around - good for scrapes, dry skin and more. Thanks Earth Mama Angel Baby! In April, you can use the code "CLOTH20" for 20% off an online order. (Hint: join their Facebook page and email list for fun giveaways and more.)


  1. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this stuff. it was in the stuff i won off your blog awhile ago. i use it on my cloth diapers enough, and it hasn't caused an issue at all. i've also used it on breigh's ezcema and it works great for that too. and my husband put it on his cuts. you can use it for anything it seems!! :0)

  2. This product feels great on hemorrhoids! I can't say yet if it heals them up but you certainly feel instantly relieved from tenderness and itching. I think I may try the bottom spray just for ease of use post partum- but the balm is working for me for now!