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SeboCalm Baby Diaper Rash Ointment


ILS 54.90 ILS 44.00
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For preventing redness and diaper rash

An exclusive ointment with a creamy, gentle, velvety consistency to protect baby’s skin and to prevent redness and diaper rash. Free of water and preservatives, the ointment contains all plant oils. Forms a layer of protection from dampness and moisture without clogging the skin to allow it to ‘breathe.’ Enriched with flower extracts suitable for baby’s skin that in combination with resin extracts, help soothe delicate skin and improve skin hygiene. The exclusive, lightweight consistency makes it easy to use both in and out of the home, and provides maximum protection without leaving sticky, heavy, messy residue.

Contents: 60 ml

  • Toddlers and infants from their first diaper change.

    • Creates a layer of protection from dampness and moisture without clogging the skin to allow it to ‘breathe’
    • Soothes the skin and improves skin hygiene
    • Treats and prevents redness and diaper rash
  • Apply a generous layer to clean skin to thoroughly cover the entire area, including the folds of the skin. Use with every diaper change to protect the skin from dampness and moisture and to prevent diaper rash. The creamy consistency makes it easy to use both in and out of the home, and provides maximum protection without leaving sticky, messy residue.

    • All plant oils: Olive, Coconut and Moringa for daily treatment of the diaper area
    • Flower extracts suitable for infant’s skin and resin extracts including Myrrh, Frankincense and Mastic Tree to soothe the skin and improve hygiene
    • Fragrance-free. Naturally scented with organic Coconut Oil

     

  • “The Diaper Rash Ointment is incredible. It leaves my baby’s skin soft and supple with no redness and feels really good."

    Osnat Shimon, Kiryat Ekron

    “The Diaper Rash Ointment proved itself in treating a particularly brutal case of diaper rash."

    Baduk section of La’Isha Magazine, June 2016