Gentle Naturals for Babies


After the joy of your baby's birth you are suddenly thrust into this strange and exciting new world of parenthood. Along with trying to 'figure it all out' you may also find that you baby may be afflicted with a condition like cradle cap or eczema and then later on have to deal with teething or a tummy ache. This parenting thing is no joke, but lucky there are some products out there like Gentle Naturalsto help parents treat and help their little ones.


Personally, I had to learn how to treat my daughter's eczema. This dry, itchy, skin rash really made it hard for her to stop scratching. Although it isn't harmful, I felt bad for her as her skin got red and she felt uncomfortable. I treat her I tested out the Baby Eczema Cream that I apply to her skin in the morning and at night. Specially formulated to soothe and keep the skin moisturized, the light and gentle cream is also designed to forms a barrier on the skin to lock in moisture and prevent moisture loss. Formulated with aloe vera, calendula, jojoba oil, apricot oil, and soybean oil to nurture skin and help it heal, I loved how easy it was to apply as well as how it did not have any scent. After using it for almost 30 days, I have seen an improvement with less red and scaly skin and also noticed that she doesn't scratch her skin. I also love that I feel at ease putting this product on her sensitive skin.

In addition to offering products for eczema, Gentle Naturals sells Cradle Cap Care, a product designed to treat dry, scaly patches on a baby'??s head, Homeopathic Teething Drops with chamomile to help soothe and calm your irritable baby and a Tummy Soother made to relax and calm colicky babies.

What I was really excited about in learning about the company was that all of their products contain many natural ingredients that are soothing and healing for your baby'??s conditions. Offering parents a natural and gentle way to treat a variety of conditions, the Gentle Naturals line is one that moms can trust.

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