• Punkin' Butt Diaper Rash Spray

Punkin' Butt Diaper Rash Spray


Diaper Rash Oil you spray on! Simply spray and allow to absorb into the skin. Great for all diaper rashes from mild to extreme.

Aloe Vera Oil – A bitter herb with anti-inflammatory, astringent, emollient, anti fungal, antibacterial and antiviral properties. Provides an excellent protective barrier for the skin and is used in the treatment of skin irritation, burns, wounds, eczema, psoriasis. Provides soothing comfort on raw and irritated skin.

Coconut Oil – Shown to be effective against fungi and yeasts that cause candidiasis, ringworm, athlete’s foot, thrush, diaper rash, and other infections, rich in vitamin E, reduces inflammation, supports tissue healing and repair.

Rosehip Oil – Rich in Vitamin A, shown to assist in the regeneration of damaged skin tissue.

Olive Oil – Composed of essential fats and has many uses as a natural moisturizer and natural medicine. It comes from olive’s juice and is rich in oleic acid. Is a great antioxidant with vitamin E, Poliphenols and Flavonoids.

Calendula – Calendula’s great anti-inflammatory properties are most useful in cases where tissue degeneration is an issue – such as stubborn wounds, sores, acne, ulcers, rashes, eczema, etc.

Hemp Oil – Shown to assist with eczema, psoriasis, dry skin. Is also an anti-inflammatory that balances dry skin, fights skin inflammations, helps heal skin lesions, has anti-oxidants, and contains moisture balancing properties.

Jojoba Oil – Helps promote healing of the skin in many ways. It has antimicrobial properties, which means it actually discourages the growth of some bacterial and fungal microbes that attack the skin. In addition, the chemical composition of jojoba closely resembles that of the skin’s natural sebum, so it is easily absorbed and rarely causes allergic reactions, even in the most sensitive individuals.

Vitamin E – Known to help heal skin

Lavender – Therapeutic properties of lavender oil are antiseptic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, bactericide, deodorant.

Myrrh – Historically, myrrh oil was prescribed as an effective treatment for most skin conditions, including athlete’s foot, eczema, cuts and abrasions, and other wounds.

Peppermint – According to the “PDR for Herbal Medicines,” peppermint has both antiviral and antimicrobial properties. It may assist in wound healing when applied to abrasions.

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