Mother's Day Cloth Sponsor Spotlight: Precious Bottoms Diaper Service

As you may remember I worked with Precious Bottoms during the Ohh Baby Baby Hop when I reviewed a Kawaii Diaper.  They have agreed to sponsor us for several items in the following months.
This time I'm reviewing a sample of Butt Balm from Morgan Botanicals.
Sample with list of  all natural ingredients
The butt balm is called "Sweet Cheeks Salve" and the all- natural ingredients include:
Olive oil
Premium Beeswax
Vitamin E
Calendula Flowers
Chamomile Flowers
Comfrey Leaf and Root
Elder Flower
Marshmallow Leaf and Root
Lavender Blossoms
Rose Petals
Signature Essential Oil.

The balm is a golden yellow color and is perfect for soothing  diaper rash. It is safe to use with cloth diapers too. It won't leave a nasty residue on your diapers.  It helps to keep the skin's surface dry, nourished, and fight bacteria. This balm can also be used to soothe dry, chapped winter skin. 

Thankfully my son doesn't get many diaper rashes. So I haven't had to use this sample much. He has had a few minor irritations, and red bumps on his bottom though. I've applied this balm to it and it has helped to clear those up.

What I love:
1. Cloth Diaper Friendly
2. That you only need to use a little bit
3. That it smells nice
4. That it doesn't feel thick, creamy, and yucky gross when putting it on.
5. That the ingredients are all natural against my babies skin.

I honestly can't think of anything I'd improve with the Sweet Cheeks Salve.

Be sure to enter the Mother's Day Cloth giveaway to win a small Morgan butt balm courtesy of Precious Bottoms.  Make sure you like Precious bottoms on facebook, twitter, and follow their blog to be prepared to enter the upcoming giveaways.


Fiddlin' Dandi said…
My son has never had diaper rash thanks to cloth diapers, but this would be nice to have around just in case!
caedmen said…
My son has sensitive skin and gets diaper rash even though we use cloth diapers. I will have to keep this cream in mind for the next time.
Beth R said…
We rarely get diaper rash here. I have never tried this but have heard great things about it. I would love to try it
G said…
my grandchildren have such sensitive skin; i'm sure my daughter would like to try this
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Kristi said…
We don't have to deal with diaper rash very often, so I love it when a cream serves multiple purposes!
Zach said…
Thanks for your review of the salve. My daughter seems to get rashy a lot in cloth (but not disposables!) and we really don't want to have to put her in disposables, so good salve is essential.

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