Organic products for a Baby Skin

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There are many advantages for using organic baby products for your baby. Whether you shop for baby food or skin care products, where you can, you should go for the organic version because to the many health benefits provided by them.

Organic products usually come with a higher price tag compared to synthetic baby products, so many parents on a tight budget (myself included) may find it difficult to invest in organic products. Therefore, parents need to prioritise what organic baby products are worth their price tag when shopping for baby products on the market. We have listed our top organic DIY recipes here so you can save if your baby needs some TLC from organic goodies:

Baby Bum Balm, Nappy Rash Cream - a cream designed to clear any pesky bum irritation. 

Organic Oat Bath - a simple milky bath water that soothes and calms irritated skin, sensitive skin and eczema prone skin. This can also be used to wash delicate areas due to the creamy texture of it. 

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Baby shampoos and creams are essential for the delicate skin of your toddler. In fact, all these products need to be free of all chemicals and harmful ingredients. Your baby’s skin is very delicate compared to adult skin. Hence, it will not tolerate harmful chemicals like adult skin. That is why you should opt for organic skincare products for your baby. Whatever you place on your baby’s skin is absorbed immediately into the bloodstream. This is why, you shouldn’t put anything harmful on the skin of your toddler. There are many organic baby skincare products on the market and they are more expensive than non organic items, so where possible, choose the organic option. Here are some of our favourite.


Green People organic Baby Skincare have a whole host of lovely goodies for your babies skin. Their origin story is beautiful, a mother began making skincare for her daughters skin conditions as a baby and it grew & grew! The best baby buys form Green People are; 

Green People Organic Babies Soothing Baby Salve. This is a gentle baby cream which can be used on the skin to sooth and ease irritated skin. Suitable for rashes and eczema. 

Green People Organic Babies Calming Nappy Cream. An amazing cream for an irritated bum. This gentle cream heals an irritated bum and acts as a barrier against further irritation. It is safe on eczema prone skin too. 

Green People Organic Babies Scent Free Baby Wash & Shampoo. A gentle & safe baby wash. 


Burts bees baby diaper ointment is gentle and safe on your babies bum. It is made with Zinc Oxide which heals the skin and Sweet Almond Oil, this maximum strength ointment helps calm and protect irritated skin against moisture

Burts bees baby ointment. These types of products tend to confuse people. You can apply ointment to baby’s face and body to moisturise and smooth baby’s skin. To help calm your little one’s sensitive nappy area, cleanse baby’s nappy area and apply ointment liberally to soothe teh skin. I love to use this to clean around teh neck after spit ups. 

Disclaimer: This information and content does not replace that advice of a dermatologist or medical advice. Please seek medical advice if you suspect that you have a dermal condition. 

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