Recipe: 1. Combine shea butter, coconut oil/almond oil, and beeswax into a double boiler, or make your own with a large glass jar (with a lid) and place the jar in a medium pot with a couple of inches of water. Turn heat to medium and allow ingredients to melt.
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Shelf Life: Two Months
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Recipe By: on Apr 21st '15
A homemade diaper rash cream that's safe for cloth diapers! The combination of zinc oxide and bentonite clay create a great barrier for our baby's bums!

Ingredients:

-1/4 cup shea butter
-1/3 cup coconut oil or almond oil
-1 tbsp beeswax
-1 tbsp zinc oxide
-1 tbsp bentonite clay
-3 drops of chamomile or lavender essential oil

Directions:

1. Combine shea butter, coconut oil/almond oil, and beeswax into a double boiler, or make your own with a large glass jar (with a lid) and place the jar in a medium pot with a couple of inches of water. Turn heat to medium and allow ingredients to melt.

2. Once melted, carefully mix in zinc oxide, bentonite clay and essential oil. Stir until well combined and allow mixture to cool.  

How to Use:

Rub into baby's behind as often as necessary!

Notes:

-I've tested many DIY diaper creams and this works great with cloth diapers!

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