If you are a mum with a young baby then you will know the importance of having the right products for changing nappies. We all know how a baby with nappy rash is not a happy baby and so having the right ointment and powder is essential. And of course, because mummy has these products on her hands all day, it’s even better when they are kind to hands as well as baby’s bum.
Burt’s Bees have created a range of bath-time and body care products for both new mothers and babies. These naturally nourishing products not only give you highly effective results, but are kind to your skin and to the environment.
To care for baby’s delicate skin, the Baby Bee range includes 10 essential products made with natural moisturisers and natural emollients such as beeswax, to seal in moisture and help protect against external irritants. All Baby Bee products undergo extensive paediatric testing (on babies between the ages of 3 months and 13 years) and are SLS-, phthalate- and paraben-free.
A comfortable baby is a happy baby, and Baby Bee Diaper Ointment helps to nourish skin, sealing moisture in and wetness out. Made with 100% natural ingredients, it is packed full of nourishing Vitamins, Zinc Oxide and Beeswax, to protect delicate skin. Adding a sprinkle of Baby Bee Dusting Powder made with slippery elm bark, cornstarch and kaolin helps keep your baby dry, happy and smelling fresh. 
So to keep both you and baby happy why visit the Burt's Bees website and have a look at their lovely products. 



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