View Full Version : Non-Petroleum for baby bottom?
07-06-2009, 07:04 PM
Want and am having a hard time finding a legitamate product to use during diaper changes (no rash present) that isn't scented or petroleum. Anyone use plain vitamin e, a or d cream?
07-06-2009, 07:33 PM
I've used vitamin e. It worked pretty well. I also heard about a beeswax product, but I can't remember what it was!
I looked around the internet and couldn't find it- but here's a cool home recipe that might be nice! http://www.athomewitharista.com/20/lotion_recipes/38/beeswax_body_lotion_recipe.html
07-07-2009, 12:04 AM
I use plain old cornstarch powder. That and a lot of butt to the wind :p I'm not big on creams on the butt, the powder absorbs any moisture and when it gets humid and hot, I make sure after each diaper change he has a few minutes of naked time :)
07-07-2009, 12:15 AM
i use cloth diapers and was told not to use a petroleum based ointment because it makes the diapers not work, so i use baby's bottom butter. it uses olive oil instead, and before this Landin had horrible diaper rash nothing was working, but this stuff works great for him
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