Natural Products For Baby

As parents we all have our favorite products for our bundle of joy that we can't live without.  Before I became a mom everyone tried to put there two sense in from what to use in case of a diaper rash, brand of soaps, ect.  Of coarse I got all those products for gifts, and of coarse I threw them all out.  All the products seemed to have more harmful ingredients than natural ingredients.  Thankfully my sister in law is as organic as they come and she pointed me in the right direction.

1. Weleda Baby- Calendula Baby Cream: Protects delicate skin of babies.  Contains natural organic ingredients like: sesame oil, almond oil, beeswax, and lanolin.  Contains bio dynamically grow calendula and chamomile flower extract to sooth skin.  Midwives choice in Germany.  I use this product when my little boy has a diaper rash.  It clears it up by his next change! I also rub the top of his head with it to get rid of dryness.  This product gets five stars from me.

2. Lansinoh- HPA Lanolin: 100% pure lanolin.  Preservative free. Use to heal sore cracked nipples from breastfeeding.  Some of us moms have barracuda babies and this will help ease your pain to make breastfeeding enjoyable again.  Toxic free so you won't have to worry about wiping it off your nipples before you feed. Another good use is for baby's dryness.

3. Hyland's- Teething Gel: First all natural teething gel with chamomile. This is a homeopathic formula to be rubbed on teething gums every 15 minutes till the pain eases up.  Will sooth irritability and restlessness.  Do not be worried if your baby falls asleep after a few applications of this.  He/she finally can calm down and get some peaceful sleep.  This product does not contain benzocaine agents, artificial flavoring, dyes, or sugars.  If you like this product you may want to try Hyland's teething tablets.

4. Aura Cacia- Calming Foam Bath: 100% pure lavender essential oil.  This will relax both you and baby.  Such a great experience.  You may want to just use a small amount for the first use to make sure your little one doesn't have any allergic reactions to lavender.