Having a baby can be one of those moments where you really start to look into the products you are using on your children, it certainly was for us.
We are led to believe we need all kinds of products and creams to care for our babies and children and it just isn't true. In fact you can care for your baby with water, castile soap and a nappy balm when needed.
There are so many products that are marketed for babies and children and sadly many of them have very questionable, if not dangerous ingredients used in them - even though they are said to be safe. Using a natural option can sometimes mean you need to pay more for a product and that can add up.
If you are open to making your own products, you may find you will save a lot of money and also reduce the exposure you and your baby have to ingredients that may not be the best.
We have put together our nappy bag kit with the basics required for making your own gentle and natural nappy balm, nursing balm and travel sized hand wash. The only extra ingredients required are your own pure essential oils.
The kit includes enough ingredients to make several batches of each recipe. The included ingredients can be used in many other natural receipes so why not check out our recipe page.
You can find our natural nappy balm recipe by clicking HERE
You can find our nursing balm recipe by clicking HERE
You can find our foaming hand wash recipe by clicking HERE
- 100g Organic Shea Butter
- 125g Beeswax
- 250g Zinc Oxide
- 250g Organic Bentonite Clay
- 350g Organic Virgin Coconut Oil
- 100ml 100% Pure Fractionated Coconut Oil (Palm Oil Free)
- 100ml Castile Soap
- 3 x 60ml aluminium containers
- 2 x 25ml white plastic balm containers
- 1 x 100ml travel foaming bottle
- Recipe Card
PLEASE NOTE - Kit picture is a guide only.
Did you know? We sell a range of product labels to use on other natural recipes. You can view them HERE.
We source our Fractionated Coconut Oil from an Australian company who sources their oil ethically, sustainably and with the intention of supporting local villages throughout the Pacific Islands. You can read more about the impact they are having and why we love to source our FCO from them here,