Almost all babies get diaper rash. Its very difficult to avoid. And no matter how much you prepare, its never fun to see a rash on your little one.
There are certainly steps that you can take to help reduce the chances.
1. Make sure that you don’t leave your baby in a wet or dirty diaper for a prolonger period
2. Keep your eyes on areas where the diaper maybe rubbing.
3. Some brands of diapers have potential for more irritants.
4. Take preventative steps, like applying diaper rash. Click on the Use & Care tab for tips!
From being the first company to produce a 100% BPA free baby bottle to our award-winning sun care line, Thinkbaby has a long history of building safe, non-toxic productts for babies to athletes (Thinksport). Our mineral based diaper rash furthers our movement into baby body care with an ingredient list made up of natural and organic ingredients (see Ingredients tab for entire listing). During our process of designing products, we search and select based on ingredients which pose the least potential for allergenic response or biological harm. This doesn’t mean we advocate anyone eating the diaper rash. On that note, please make sure to keep all body care products out of reach of children.
Our diaper rash is great at soothing skin and designed to help prevent diaper rash. The product is unscented and should be applied to dry skin for best protection.
As with all of our products, we do not conduct any sort of animal testing and all products are Leaping Bunny certified.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: NON NANO ZINC OXIDE 14%
INGREDIENTS: HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL* (1), RICINUS COMMUNIS (CASTOR) SEED OIL (1),CERA ALBA (BEESWAX)* (1), COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT) OIL* (1), SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS (JOJOBA) OIL* (1), BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER* (1), TOCOPHEROL (1) *CERTIFIED ORGANIC INGREDIENT(S)
Thinkbaby Daiper Rash Ointment comes in 3oz tube made of environmentally friendly packaging that does not contain BPA, vinyl, or phthalates. The packaging and contents are environmentally safe.
Each tube is marked with an expiration date.
Compare your diaper rash cream “safe” ingredients to ours. The best way is to check out The Environmental Working Group’s database Skin Deep http://www.EWG.org/SkinDeep
The ratings for each ingredient are listed separately below. Our sun care products have been “1” rated since 2010!
• helps treat and prevent diaper rash
• protects chafed skin due to diaper rash and helps seal out wetness
• change wet and soiled diapers promptly
• cleanse the diaper area
• allow to dry or pat the area dry with soft towel. WebMD suggests using water unless the diaper was soiled then use a very mild cleanser
• apply cream liberally as often as necessary, with each diaper change, especially at bedtime or any time exposure to wet diapers may be prolonged.
• for particularly bad rashes, you might also consider allowing your child to go diaper free for some period to allow for faster healing
For external use only
• When using this product do not get in eyes
• Stop use and ask a doctor if condition worsens
• Symptoms last more than 7 days or clear up and occur again within a few days
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Since our company’s inception, we have been focused on being socially responsible. For us this means three things:
Create safe products
Have the least impact possible on the environment in the creation, packaging, usage, and disposal of product possible.
Connect to non-profit organizations engaged in activities that help the world become a safer, healthier place
Over the last 7+ years, we have provided products for various fundraisers for diabetes, child abuse, autism, and cancer organizations, and have provided direct aid to catastrophes such as the Texas fires and Haiti. In addition, we have been proud donors to Texas4000, Healthy Child Healthy World, Environmental Working Group, and St. Jude.
Our program evolved, and through a little bit of “thinking,” Thinksocial was created. We came up with Thinksocial as a way to empower consumers to choose which non-profits they feel most connected to and want to monetarily support. We call it the democratization of social responsibility.