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Natural Diaper Rash Treatments
Natural Diaper Rash Treatment

With organic food rapidly becoming the nutrition of choice, why accept anything less for your child's personal care?

Provide a safer environment for your children and avoid the toxins found in so many common, everyday products. Choose safer, non-toxic, all natural diaper rash products instead!

Compare and shop for natural diaper rash products or... find out how safe your child's diaper rash treatment is with our product ingredient reviews.

Protect your little ones from toxic overload! Safely prevent and treat diaper rash with a natural diaper rash treatment!

Many commercial diaper rash treatment products can contain a variety of toxic and potentially harmful ingredients which may result in eye and skin irritations, allergic reactions and skin rashes ... Some ingredients are even known to cause cancer or other serious health conditions! 

PRODUCT COMPARISON :: Natural Diaper Rash Products ::

​INGREDIENT REVIEW :: Diaper Rash Treatment Products

Keep your babies little bums safe and rash-free with natural diaper rash treatment products!

From birth to toilet training, a baby goes through an average of 8000 diaper changes! That means they have approximately 8,000 chances for developing diaper rash.

Conventional diaper rash ointments can contain boric acid (toxic when used on skin), Diazolidinyl Urea (a preservative that releases formaldehyde) and BHA/BHT (a preservative that is a carcinogen that can be absorbed through the skin).

Other common ingredients are talc, propylene glycol (a neurotoxin and skin sensitizer), zinc oxide, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate, lactic acid, sodium lactate, petrolatum, synthetic fragrances (known to trigger of asthma) and hormone disrupting paraben preservatives. Lanolin (an animal product) is also often found in diaper ointments which can be contaminated with pesticides and some people are sensitive to it.

It is very important to try to limit your children's exposure to harmful chemicals. Children are more vulnerable to the effects of toxic chemicals than adults. Their immune systems and central nervous system are immature and still developing, which means their bodies are generally less capable of eliminating toxins. 

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 Commercial Baby Products - Toxic Ingredient Review

Quite often, manufacturers use the least expensive products available without concerning thoughts about potential health risks to consumers ... This means you and your family!

It doesn't matter who or where you purchase the products from. What's important is to become an informed consumer and know how to spot the lies and read the labels ... We're here to help!

Children have roughly double the skin surface of adults per unit of body weight, so a child can absorb proportionally more chemicals. Adult skin absorbs up to 60% of the ingredients (including the synthetic and toxic chemicals) found in the personal care products used on a daily basis. Imagine the impact on your child's skin and health!

Choosing baby care products made with natural and organic ingredients from plant oils and waxes, mineral pigments and essential oils is a healthier alternative and an important part of providing a healthy environment for our children! 

Keep it simple and safe with all Natural Diaper Rash Treatment Products and look and feel fabulous! Choose Organic Diaper Rash Treatment Products, because your children ARE worth it!

Natural Organic Baby Diaper Rash Treatments

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