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Weleda Calendula Nappy Change Cream

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Calendula Nappy Change Cream

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Parent Reviews and Comments
BeesKnow

I find this cream just lovely and very pleasant to use. The smell is divine and the product is a blessing to little bottoms.

For one it has calendula in it to soothe and promote healing and the added bonus of zinc as a barrier. So I love it that  it does it's work and healsby absorbinginto the skin and at the same time repels nasty urine from irritating it again.

It contains no nasties or chemicals, so complete peace of mind in that it contains only natural ingredients.

Works incredibly well on all types of rashes in that area.

Fang

This cream is not oily like some barrier creams and has a pleasant smell. My baby had an instant response to it - she had developed what I can only describe as a glowing red rash after a long nappy change and this cream not only soothed the rash but prevented further aggravation. I now use it every change and have decided to stop using the previous cream I had (Palmer's Bottom Butter) as it didn't appear to have the same soothing qualities.

Would definitely recommend this product

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