Click to enlargeEmily Skin Soothers - Diaper Skin Soother Plus Unscented - 1.8 oz

Diaper Skin Soother Plus Unscented by Emily Skin Soothers is designed with any type of red, hot, angry skin in mind; diaper area, groin, skin-folds and anywhere else too.

Diaper Skin Soother Plus Unscented is made of 6 ingredients: organic sunflower oil, beeswax, frankincense, red peony root, dictamnus root and phellodendron amurense bark.

Organic Sunflower Oil: Known as a ‘barrier’ oil and acts like the body’s own protective oils. It is full of vitamin E which is good for the skin.

Beeswax: serves as a lubricant and a barrier and has been used for its antiseptic and healing properties for thousands of years.

Frankincense: Traditionally used in the treatment of injury and skin conditions to reduce swelling, alleviate pain and promote healing.

Red Peony Root: Traditionally used to ‘clear heat; and cool. Also used for swelling, pain and injury. Antibacterial: demonstrates an inhibitory effect on certain bacteria.

Dictamnus Root Bark: A bitter and cold herb used traditionally for extreme heat signs, ‘damp-heat’. Used for sores, rashes, eczema and demonstrates an antifungal effect.

Phellodendron Bark: Another bitter cold herb traditionally used for ‘damp-heat’ presentations in the genital /anal area. Drains heat from sores and lesions. Demonstrates antimicrobial and antifungal effect.

Diaper Skin Soother Plus Unscented may help relieve red, hot skin.


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