The Mom's Co

Natural Diaper Rash Cream

Rs. 199

Baby diaper cream


Baby's skin can become red and sore with exposure to wetness and chemicals in regular diapers. Fast acting with 15 percent zinc oxide, the moms company diaper rash cream forms a protective barrier to protect baby's soft skin. This product has been carefully chosen for baby's first 3 years.


Who is it for?

Clinically tested to be hypoallergenic, mild and gentle for baby's soft sensitive skin.


What's in it?

  • Zinc Oxide to provide relief to irritated skin & form a barrier protecting your baby's skin from chemical irritants found in most disposable diapers.
  • Organic Chamomile Oil & Hydrolized Oat Protein known to Treat Diaper Rash & other skin inflammations.
  • Calendula Oil to Protect & Heal.
  • Organic Shea Butter & Organic Jojoba Oil to Moisturize skin.

 

 

HOW TO USE:

Apply the cream on the affected area for Diaper rash treatment to prevent rashes, use cream after each diaper change or to rash prone areas.

DOES NOT CONTAIN:

No Parabens
No Sulphates/SLS
No Phthalates
No Mineral Oil
No Aluminium
No Heavy Metals
No Chemical Sunscreen

ABOUT THE BRAND:

Established in 2017 to address a huge gap of toxin-free products in Indian market for pre-natal and post-natal consumption, The Moms Co. works with experts to benefit people who are conscious about their daily skin care routine. At The Moms Co., the products are made with love and without compromise. The brand has brought in experts from across the world to help them create the safest natural formulations that are certified toxin-free. The products are formulated and tested to make sure they meet every international safety standard there is - across US, Canada, Europe, Japan and Australia. The team works with experts around the globe, and today it is India’s first Australian Certified Toxin-Free ™ brand, certified by the Safe Cosmetics Australia™ - a Toxin-Free Campaign. The product ranges are also Made Safe™, Australia Allergy Certified™ and Dermatologically Tested.

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