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Diaper Creams Reviews

"Smooth as a baby's bottom", they say.  When your little one is suffering from uncomfortable diaper rash, you do not appreciate the reference.  But Baby's skin is temperamental and what works well for your mother-of-4 supermommy cousin might not be a fit for your tender tyke.  Search for a multipurpose balm that soothes irritation while healing; pick a simpler cream or petroleum jelly (eg. Vaseline) for prevention.

Our Tip: not every baby's bottom responds well to the moisture of a cream on irritated skin.  If you're struggling to get Baby's rash under control, try alternating cream treatments with a cornstarch-based baby powder to keep her dry.

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Saje sweet cheeks

1 review

Using essential oils really helps to speed up the healing process and make it less painful for my baby. Amazing product made of great quality by a great company! Definitely recommend.
Tubby Todd Natural All Over Ointment

2 reviews

I got this for my kids’ dry patches but I started using it as a night cream and it’s awesome. I have always had dry, flaky skin and it makes it hard for me to wear foundation. Enter Tubby Todd. This stuff makes my thirsty skin feel buttery smooth! I love it! It also takes...
Peneten daily clear protection cream

5 reviews

The texture of this was almost hard to get use to but it's so soft and my daughter hasn't had any troubles. I'm glad to have tried this, I'll be sticking to it.
Burt’s Bees baby Daily cream to powder

2 reviews

The texture got really awful having never been open and still used before it’s expiration date. It almost felt gritty. Contacted the company and they blew me off because it was a “natural” product. Yeah but if it’s going on my baby’s bottom that is not okay
Presidents Choice Petroleum Jelly - Baby Powder Scent

1 review

Bought it once since Vaseline Baby scent wasn't in stock. Honestly not worth it as I feel it caused my newborns skin to breakout. If using for other reasons it will be a good substitute but it cost the the same amount as Vaseline so why not stick to tried and true?
Babyganics Diaper Rash Cream

5 reviews

I love babyganics diaper rash cream! Works in just one use for my baby. It's easy to apply as well and I love all the ingredients. I buy this product in bulk!
Shoosha baby

2 reviews

Was looking for a soap for my baby who has eczema and sensitive skin. Tried lots of products in the past but love this one the most. It effectively cleans as you can feel the squeaky clean skin right away, did not cause any rashes, and the ingredients are all natural the are...
Zincofax spray

1 review

Quelle belle idée d’avoir inventé ce type de produit en spray! C’est le fun de pouvoir mettre de la crème sans avoir a se salir les mains! Je mets ce produit a tous les changements de couches!
Babo Botanicals Diaper Cream

1 review

I just purchased a second tube because this is my absolute favorite diaper cream for my son! Amazing smell, effective and soothing, and easy to apply. I have tried Burt’s Bees, BeautyCounter, and Boudreaux’s and this beats them all!
Ihle's paste

1 review

I purchased Ihles bum paste online at well.ca and at first when I opened the package it looks like every other bum paste. When I used it it stuck really well to babies bum, too good almost to the point where its too difflicult to wipes off. This is a good paste for night time...
Seventh Generation Diaper Cream

2 reviews

I love Seventh Generation's diaper cream. Unfortunately I don't know if it's available in Canada. My aunt bought it for me in the USA. It's non-greasy and you only need to apply about a thumbnail to the irritated spot it goes away in about an hour. It's made with coconut oil and...
Made Of

1 review

I really like how this diaper cream is made of all natural ingredients and it smells good compared top let creams. It is a little oily, but does a good job treating diaper rashes. It is a little on the expensive side, however.
Arbonne ABC Diaper Rash Cream

18 reviews

This stuff works. My baby had a bad rash from antibiotics, I put this in and it was almost healed bmuo by his next bum change. I am super impressed. It is expensive, but j will definitely buy it again. The safe ingredients are important to me
Rocky Mountain Soap Factory Baby Bum balm

2 reviews

My little one gets dry red skin and this reduce the redness right away and within 3 days her skin was looking and feeling much better. Especially after baby swim lessons we must have been over bathing her but this balm was perfect for our situation and great on sensitive skin...
PC White Petroleum Jelly B.P.

2 reviews

I bought this for my tattoo and I always use this on them . It doesn’t dry the tattoo but make sure to only use a little . If u use a lot of it the tattoo it will dry it out
Tiber River Cheeky Monkey Diaper Cream

1 review

I have tried a ton of diaper creams and Tiber River Cheeky Monkey is the best. It relieves diaper rashes so quick and protects delicate skin. It can also be used for face masks and on other skin irritation.
Mustela Bebe Vitamin Barrier Cream 1.94 oz (50 ml)

2 reviews

Bought this after trying multiple products to get rid of my sons diaper rash with no success. I used this along with the wipes and within 2 days his rash was cleared up. We use it daily now for prevention. Smell is not full of perfume like some creams. Priced at about 15$ a tube...
Skin fix baby bum cream

11 reviews

I got a sample of this at a baby show when my first was a newborn and I was sold. It goes on so easy and is gentle on the newborns skin. I love that its more natural then some other creams on the market. I still use it 3 kids later and recommend it to my friends with babies.
Peneten Cream

6 reviews

This cream is now my go to for diaper rashes. It's thick layer blocks any extra discomfort and relieves all discomfort. It's easy to use and heals fast.
PENATEN Daily Clear Protection Cream

22 reviews

This is an expensive petroleum jelly/bum cream. I bought it by mistake thinking this was the medicated diaper rash cream. It does work to wick away moisture but it is expensive for what you get.