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Old 05-05-2011, 11:35 AM   #1
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Is there a bum cream that is readily available in canada that is cloth diaper safe?

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Old 05-05-2011, 07:49 PM   #2
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Old 05-05-2011, 08:32 PM   #3
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Re: bum cream

how do i use coconut oil? diluted? do I need a liner?
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Re: bum cream

I'm not sure about readily available but i really like earth mama angel baby bottom balm.
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Massage babe w coconut oil, add some to their bum and diaper them up. No need for liner or dilution!
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Re: bum cream

I use grovia magic stick, as well as cj's butter - both of which are available in Canada. I use those more when it's just the beginning of a rash. If it get's bad, we switch to a non cd friendly cream and use grovia biosoakers.
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Re: bum cream

I love Lalabee Bathworks Bottom Balm! The small size ships letter mail.
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I love Lalabee Bathworks Bottom Balm! The small size ships letter mail.
I second Lalabee's!!!! Great stuff. Great price for the amount you get too!
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I LOOOVE Baby Bottom Better! My DS is out of diapers but i still have some cause it's great for lot's of things. My DS just recently got a touch of eczema on his arm exactly where i used to get it when I was little. Baby Bottom Better cleared it right up. I also use it as a lip balm or a salve for my dry hands. The ingredients are simple, natural and effective; Virgin olive oil, Beeswax, Chickweed, Plantain, Comfrey, Calendula. And not only is it available here, but it's made in Canada too.
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Re: bum cream

We use coconut oil a few times a day just as a moisture barrier (in place of Vaseline) and then Live Clean Baby Diaper diaper ointment if he's looking sore. Live Clean says it's CD safe - I guess time will tell! I try to just use a little bit. It's at Shoppers and Walmart, for sure, and likely other retailers. It's also $5, which is nice. I would try CJ's, but it's ridiculously expensive to get in Canada (IMO).
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