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Rooted Bottoms Up Balm 2oz

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Quick Overview

This gentle balm uses specially-selected herbs to soothe and protect your baby's sensitive bottom. Great for preventing and treating rashes, yeast growth, and moisturizing cracks and other areas of dryness, and helping with that pesky cradle cap. 

Virgin Olive Oil Infused with Organic Comfrey Root, Organic Comfrey
Leaf, Organic Calendula Flowers, Organic St. Johns Wort and Beeswax.

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Nature is full of miraculous herbs to cure what ails us. This balm for baby's sensitive diaper area uses as few ingredients as possible, all harvested and used in their original, unchanged natural form. This soothing balm will make your sensitive baby feel better, and you can feel good about using it too! Use it after every diaper change.

The makers of Rooted know you don't need harsh chemicals or artificial additives to make effective, safe and gentle health products. Created by two birth doulas who are also mothers themselves, the Rooted line offers high quality products for families looking for gentle, natural care. They're made with as few ingredients as possible instead of a laundry list of additives. No harsh chemicals. No artificial fragrances. Only what you and your family need. Rooted only uses ingredients that are found in nature and have a positive healing effect on our bodies. When they say "found in nature" they mean ingredients that can be harvested and used in their original form, without additives or chemical alterations.

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