The cream prevents red and sore diaper rash by absorbing moisture from a wet diaper. In everyday language, we call it “Diaper changing Cream.”

€ 26,00
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Diaper Change Cream is an alternative to zinc ointment, keeping the skin dry by absorbing moisture from a wet diaper.

Furthermore, it protects and cares for the skin, reducing irritation.

This way, the cream prevents the baby from getting a red and sore diaper rash – hence the name “Diaper Rash Cream” in everyday conversation.

Diaper Change Cream has the following certifications:

  • Allergy Certified: Provides minimal risk of developing allergies
  • Swan Label: Minimal environmental impact in terms of content and packaging
  • Asthma Allergy Nordic: Does not contain asthma- and allergy-inducing ingredients and is fragrance-free
  • Vegan: No animals are involved in production, development, and ingredients
  • Dermatologically tested: The product is tested for skin irritation on a voluntary test group led by a dermatologist

You can read about them here: Certifications

Shake well before use.

After cleaning the baby during a diaper change, apply a single pump of Diaper Change Cream to the areas where the skin tends to be extra sensitive.

Use as needed.

Organic Sunflower Oil
Sugar Extracted from Corn
Natural Vitamin E

Aqua, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Behenate, Betaine, Cellulose, Glyceryl Stearate Citrate, Sodium Polyitaconate, Sorbitan Caprylate, Sodium Gluconate, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, Arginine, Caesalpina Spinosa Gum, Lactic Acid, Tocopherol, Potassium Sorbate, Glyceryl Caprylate, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Sodium Hyaluronate

99.8% natural origin
26% organic
32% fat

250 ml plastic bottle with pump

You can also pump it directly onto the baby’s diaper area without using cotton.

If an accident occurs, and the diaper area becomes very red, try this old household trick.

Boiled Water Cloths – for red baby bottoms:
🤍 All you need is an old, used cotton sheet, cloth diaper, or similar.
🤍 Cut it into smaller pieces, e.g., 5 x 5 cm.
🤍 Boil some water and pour it over your small cloths.
🤍 Store the cloths in a clean container and let them cool down before use.

At each diaper change, clean the skin and place a moistened, but not wet, piece of ‘boiled water cloth’ on the red areas. Change the ‘boiled water cloth’ at each diaper change. ⁠
The idea with the ‘boiled water cloth’ is that the fabric absorbs the acidity from urine and feces away from the skin – and a moist cloth absorbs better than a dry one.

Diaper Changing Cream: Allergy Certified
Diaper Changing Cream: Asthma Allergy Nordic
Diaper Changing Cream: Dermatologically tested
Diaper Changing Cream: Nordic Swan Ecolabel
Diaper Changing Cream: Vegan