The Product that Will Get Rid of your Babies Diaper Rash FOR GOOD
Mommas are expert cry interpreters. We can tell the difference between a child’s tantrum, a sleepy whine, or a hungry cry. The cry we dread the most is the cry of pain. Nothing is worse than seeing your baby hurt. Especially when you can't take it away.
My son has had bowel issues which have led to many diaper rashes. Listening to his cries of discomfort is torture. We tried all the diaper creams in the store. My husband even got a special cream from his work at the Intensive Care Unit. It still didn't help. They did nothing to soothe his burned bum or promote healing. They were also super messy. One night I "had it"!! I left my husband holding my sad baby and I ran to my formulation room.
I grabbed 5 different oils that I knew would soothe, repair, and protect his poor bum. One of the oils was Tamanu Oil. It has powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and wound-healing properties. I combined them into a spray bottle and sprayed it on his rash. There was no cry of stinging so I took that as a good sign. The following day when I changed his diaper I couldn’t believe my eyes. His rash was almost completely gone.
I carry this oil with me at all times.
When we visited Utah, my son’s cheeks became dry and red. I started patting his face with the oil before we went outside. His skin returned to normal. That’s when the name “Baby Cheeks” came to me!
Now Baby Cheeks Barrier Oil is a popular product that we offer in our store. It is also included in our Postpartum Care Packages (this package also contains skincare safe for pregnancy and skincare safe for postpartum).
If you are reading this during our sale, you can try it now during our Buy One, Get One deal going on now until December 15th, 2022. Order a Baby Cheeks Barrier Oil and get a Boob Balm FREE! Make sure you add both to your cart to see the discount applied.
If you are reading this after, you can check out the oil HERE. You and your baby can enjoy this game changing, mess-free, spray-on diaper rash relief.
First pregnancies can be scary and the fear of birth paralyzing.
Instead of taking action, you’re overwhelmed. You can only hope that your healthcare provider will make the best decisions for you.
I wish I’d been better prepared but I didn’t know what I didn’t know. I felt like birth was just one of those miserable experiences women have to push through and endure.
Now that I’m in my third trimester expecting my second baby, I’m choosing to embrace birth with intention.
What I’m doing differently this time around:
Choosing a Natural Birth:
This felt scary at first, but I want a redemptive and peaceful birth. One where I have the autonomy to move my body into positions that support my baby’s efforts to enter the world.
Instead of letting fear take over, I’m absorbing as much information as possible. I’ve consulted with my midwife to craft my ideal birth plan. I’m also watching birth videos to get more comfortable with the experience.
I’m seeing a chiropractor to help me align my hips and back to help make the birth experience be more comfortable. I made sure to look for a chiropractor who is certified in the Webster technique to help ensure my baby is in optimal position for labor.
Pelvic Floor Specialist:
My pelvic floor specialist and I are preparing my body for birth. We’re doing exercises to learn how to relax certain muscles during delivery, strengthen my pelvic floor, and improve my postpartum recovery.
Postpartum Skin Care Products:
This time I’m not using the postpartum skin care products provided by the hospital. I didn’t know better the first time. I didn’t realize how many questionable ingredients were in those products that did nothing to support my healing process. Instead, I’ll be using my own products like the Boob Balm, Herbal Relief Body Mist, Lavender Soaking Salts, and Revitalize Postpartum Cream which I believe are the best postpartum skincare products. All of them can be found in my Postpartum Care Package.
I combine the stretching technique with the Baby Cheeks Barrier Oil to reduce my chances of tearing. The oils help the skin to become more elastic and the stretching helps the skin become more flexible. It also teaches you to release tension during intensity and allow your body to expand.
I’m incorporating strength workouts to reduce the aches and pains I felt during my first pregnancy. By working out at least twice a week I have almost completely eliminated back pain, sciatic pain, and abdominal pinching. I have been doing the Bodi Barre Prenatal workouts and absolutely love them!!
Pregnancy hormones like Relaxin cause the skin to be less firm and often lead to stretch marks and cellulite. I have been strengthening my skin’s elasticity throughout pregnancy with our postpartum belly cream: the Revitalize Postpartum Cream. It contains Lupin extract that produces type I Collagen and increases skin elasticity and firmness. I have no stretch marks. The cellulite on my legs that I had at the beginning of my pregnancy has all but disappeared.
Strengthening My Faith:
Even though I’m doing everything in my power to prepare my body and mind for birth, there is still a whisper of fear in me. I’m strengthening my connection with God to replace that fear with faith. Believing in the knowledge that I was built for birth and that I can trust in Him for strength.
Preparing and planning for birth has felt like an extra full-time job. But, I feel so excited.
I hope this empowers you to decide and take charge of your baby’s birth and motherhood journey.
I'd love to hear what you've been doing to prepare for your birth? Comment below!