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Diaper Creams For Your Baby

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With the new baby on the way very soon, I am in extreme nesting mode. I want to make sure I have the best of best for my baby. Since there are so many different types of diaper creams out there, Momtrends thought we should test out some of the most sought after brands. Diaper Cream, is an essential to every baby. In my case what I thought would work on my first child did not on my second, and I presume the same will happen with baby number three. After seeking out many different brand, here are our favorites:

Diaper Creams for Baby

Mum+Bub from the popular baby line Aden+Anais is formulated for moms and their babies and smells amazing. Gentle enough for baby, yet sophisticated enough for you, mum + bub is infused with fresh, fermented pawpaw fruit and was formulated with the help of Ellen Gendler, M.D., a leading New York City dermatologist who specializes in cosmetic contact dermatitis. Known for decades in Australia for its skin care benefits, pawpaw fruit relieves, cleanses and protects skin when applied topically.

TotLogic Soothing Diaper Balm is a natural, pure, and gentle diaper balm that provides superior soothing and healing to babies delicate skin. TotLogic Soothing Diaper Balm contains natures finest plant based extracts and oils to calm, restore, and nurture sensitive skin anywhere on the body. TotLogic Soothing Diaper Balm is fragrance and colorant free and absorbs easily into the skin while forming a protective barrier.

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Exederm is a super gentle product made for babies with sensitive skin, especially eczema. The cold winter months and spring allergens can trigger major problems with dry, itchy skin. Exederm takes the sting out of skincare with a complete product line designed to avoid fragrance, color or dyes, parabens, lanolin, formaldehyde, and other known skin irritants.

Badger Diaper Cream is formulated with moisturizing oils and calming herbs to nurture and protect sensitive skin. Organic extra virgin olive oil gently softens and moisturizes even the most delicate skin. The mild scent of true roman chamomile calms, while gentle calendula soothes and protects.

Honest Healing Balm is filled with USDA certified organic essential oils such as sunflower oil, tamanu Oil, chickweed oil, and olive oil. It soothes and helps delicate skin, while helping to prevent future diaper rash. It also contains added castor oil to battle existing rash and as an excellent urine barrier.

Live Clean Baby Diaper Ointment is naturally derived from sustainable ingredients including zinc oxide to help soothe baby's skin while providing an protective moisture barrier. Live Clean Baby believes that ?going green? is all about taking baby steps towards making significant eco-conscious efforts in your life.

Momtrends was not compensated for this post but did receive samples. 

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