My Expert Midwife No Harm Bum Balm - 30ml

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What is My Expert Midwife No Harm Bum Balm? 

My Expert Midwife No Harm Bum Balm protects and softens your baby’s delicate skin at every nappy change, helping to relieve soreness, redness and irritation associated with nappy rash. This ultra-smooth, midwife developed and mum approved rich but simple nappy cream provides gentle, effective relief and protection, featuring 100% naturally derived ingredients.

Rich but thin in consistency, this cream glides on easily without dragging sore skin, and the handy, one-handed dispenser is hygienic and helps when managing a crying or wriggling baby!

How to use this product

Use My Expert Midwife No Harm Bum Balm at each nappy change, after your baby’s bath or whenever you want extra protection. Apply a thin layer of the balm directly onto clean skin after each nappy change, or as required. This balm is suitable to use with both disposable and cloth nappies.

What causes nappy rash?

Nappy rash can be caused by many things and it’s usually nothing to worry about - in fact, most babies will develop a nappy rash at some point. It can be caused by not changing their nappy for a long period of time, resulting in them being in extended contact with wee or poo; not cleaning the nappy area properly; soap, detergent or bubble bath; alcohol-based baby wipes and certain medicines.

What is the difference between a nappy rash and a skin infection?

If your baby’s nappy rash doesn’t go away or it gets worse, (it might develop into a bright red, moist rash with red or white pimples), this may be a sign of infection. If you think your baby has an infection, it’s important to get it checked out by a healthcare professional who may recommend a cream or medicine.

Lots of babies develop rashes from time to time, but it’s important to know the difference between a minor irritation, like a nappy rash, and something that requires attention like an infection.

Storage information

Store in a cool, dry place out of sight and reach of children. Do not use after the expiry date, referring to the last day of the month stated on the packaging.

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