Has nappy changing left your hands sore?

January 5, 2017

Newborn getting through nappies like there’s no tomorrow? Washing your hands every five minutes? Bin overflowing with baby wipes? If so, we suspect that your hands are in definite need of some TLC.

Frequent hand washing dries out the skin and can leave your fingertips feeling cracked and sore. And when the average newborn can produce up to ten dirty nappies a day that’s a lot more hand washing than your palms and fingertips are used to. Plus, the alcohol in some baby wipes and soaps can dry out the skin even further, making it feel tender and painful to the touch.

The good news is that protecting the skin with a rich lotion or balm can seal in the moisture and prevent soreness and cracks. The even better news is that we’ve created a natural treatment for dry skin that doubles up as an organic and vegan-friendly nappy rash balm!

Baby’s Everything Body Balm allows you to protect your bubba’s bottom from diaper rash while simultaneously protecting your hands from drying out. It's mild, fragrance-free and gentle on even the most delicate of skins. Simply blend into your palms and fingertips after every hand wash to soothe, soften and moisturise your mitts (before it's time for the next nappy change!).

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