Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Dealing with diaper rash - eraorganics honeybuns diaper balm #review

I finally have half of the childcare kiddos completely potty trained and wearing underwear...but that leaves the other two who are still in pull ups.  We have struggled with the heat this past summer and how it causes rashes for the kiddos in pull ups and/or diapers, as well as the random bouts of diarrhea that will also cause a rash. Though the ointments that are super thick and white work really well, I have found that some of the children have reactions to the zinc oxide that is the main ingredient in those.  When I was offered a discount to try out the eraorganics honeybuns diaper balm, I was interested to see how well it would work on the children. It claims to be ph balanced, hypoallergenic and fragrance free, and the ingredients list includes all 100 % USDA Certified Organic, made with Sunflower Oil, Beeswax, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil and Chamomile, Calendula and more.

This kiddo from my childcare had a pretty serious rash, so I got permission from her mom to try the honeybuns diaper balm on her for the day. I used it each time I changed her, which ended up being a total of 5 times, then I gave it to her mom to take home and use that night as well. She said she ended up using it only one more time, and the rash was better the next morning. So after using it under a 24 hour period, it had healed a pretty bad rash. I am impressed.

You can get yours here: eraorganics honeybuns diaper balm


I was provided a discount to purchase and use this, but all opinions are my own.