Motherlove Soft Bottom Baby Salve
30 mL
An all-natural herbal salve for persistent, inflamed diaper rash. May also be used on mother's nursing nipples. Does not need to be washed off nipple prior to nursing. Diaper safe and compatible with all diapers including cloth.

Ingredients: extra virgin olive oil*, beeswax*, oregon grape root, myrrh gum, yarrow herb*, calendula flower*
*Certified Organic Ingredient

Suggested use: Use to soothe persistent inflamed diaper rash. May also be used on mother’s nursing nipples. Does not need to be washed off nipple prior to nursing.

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shawna: a few months ago

I bought this when I thought my baby had a yeast infection. I liked that it was good for baby's bum ad could also be used on nipples while breastfeeding. it became my go to salve for everything. it helped soothe my poor cracked nipples, clears up any baby rash, heals any cut or scrape. its my new go to baby shower gift :)

ecomama: a few months ago

Update: We continue to use this cream along with few others to keep baby's yeast rash at bay. Used on its own, it has been able to fully clear mild yeast rashes as they arise. We now alternate this cream with Earth Mama Angel Baby Bottom Balm which also has myrrh (yeast-fighting) but tea tree oil as well, which is also anti-fungal. And we occasionally use clay-based baby powders to help keep the bum area dry when we deem needed (such as long periods in a car seat or a new rash appearing). Thanks largely to this cream, we fortunately now have a happy baby bum, and thus a happy baby!

Sarah: a few months ago

This is a great product! My LO had a Stubborn diaper rash I couldn't get rid of. I thought maybe it was a yeast rash so I purschased this cream and it cleared up within a couple days of use. It has been great since to clear any redness that show up in the diaper area!

ecomama: about a year ago

This cream has been advertised as being effective against yeast; formerly called "diaper rash and thrush." We bought this after our 3 month old developed a yeast diaper rash. Being all-natural folk we were desperate to find a natural way to combat yeast. After trying apple cider vinegar, yogurt and more without success and having to sadly resort to the commonly used anti-fungal cream nystatin, we were so happy to discover this cream. It has gotten rave reviews elsewhere for use on yeast rashes, and we feel the same. Though baby's rash was already mostly cleared by using nystatin, we felt this cream ended the ongoing battle. Will try to use strictly this cream to clear the next yeast rash if it arises again and will provide an update.

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