Angel Baby Bottom Balm
Earth Mama's #1 best selling salve, Angel Baby Bottom Balm is an effective, comforting calendula diaper cream formulated to be gentle and soothing to baby bottoms. With Earth Mama’s proprietary blend of synergistically beneficial herbs like organic calendula, organic tea tree oil, organic chickweed, organic shea butter and pure essential oils. From diaper bag to family use, it’s nature’s multi-tasking wonder balm. Apply a thin coat of ointment to diaper area after each diaper change and bath.
Chosen by hospitals for even the most fragile NICU babies. Clinically tested, dermatologically reviewed, non-irritating. Zinc and lanolin-free, safe for cloth diapers! Formulated by a nurse and herbalist. Naturally vegan.
- Earth Mama's #1 best selling salve
- Made with Organic Oils and Shea Butter
- Certified by Oregon Tilth
- Clinically tested, dermatologically reviewed, non-irritating
- Rated ONE on the EWG’s Skin Deep Cosmetics Database, the lowest hazard rating a product can achieve.
- Safe for cloth diapers
- Lanolin free, vegan, zinc free
Cloth diapering? You can make homemade baby wipes too!
Just what causes a diaper rash? Is it yeast? Teething? Something in your diapers or diaper cream? Here's a handy checklist to help you get to the bottom of it!
Why are there little white specks in Angel Baby Bottom Balm?
No worries, mama, those pearl-like bits are just natural plant butters, which solidify when they get cold. They will melt in your fingers and be as effective as ever!
Is it safe for cloth diapers?
Yes! Use a light coating after each diaper change and after bathing.
Help! My baby ate some Angel Baby Bottom Balm!
We receive the “My baby ate some Angel Baby Bottom Balm” call from mamas so often it has its own code: Balm911. And we always say the same thing, “We’re not worried.” Read why here.
Mamas have told us they use it for:
- itchy rashes, fungal rashes
- cuts, scrapes
- new piercings
- chafing, chap, cracked skin
- cradle cap
- minor burns
- thrush (gently wipe off nipples before breastfeeding)