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“Wilson just loves this spray! he reaches for it every time I change him.  Nappy Rash is a thing of the past in our house!”  Mel, Mum to Wilson 18 months.

“Change time is a breeze now, the spray smells fantastic and the kids love it!” Melissa, Mum to Georgia 2 years and Finn 1 year.

“I used it on my daughter’s Eczema and I couldn’t believe the improvement” Amanda, Mum to Layla 6 years.

Works quickly to reduce the redness and pain associated with Nappy Rash and other mild skin rashes. Soothes and calms reddened skin. Also provides a light barrier to help protect against dehydration and redness. Contains quality, ingredients known for their nurturing, soothing and calming effects. With natural plant oils that are gentle and compatible with baby’s skin.

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The benefits – Why we chose these oils

Organic Coconut Oil: Contains Capric /Caprylic/Lauric acid: these have strong disinfectant and antimicrobial properties. This means that it is naturally antibacterial and anti fungal. Coconut Oil also contains trace amounts of Vitamin E which is also known to moisturise and restore the skin. Coconut Oil is rich in a variety of proteins. Proteins contribute to cellular health and tissue repair. People have also claimed that the use of Coconut Oil is beneficial for a variety of skin disorders such as acne, psoriasis and eczema. Coconut Oil could assist in the restoration of the skin for these skin disorders due to the variety of proteins found in the coconut. It can also ease the pain, itch and redness of dry skin or nappy rash.  The Prevention magazine says “A recent animal study found that when applied topically, virgin organic coconut oil for skin can speed up wound healing, and a human study found it to be effective in increasing hydration and reducing water loss in seriously dry skin” (Prevention, Dec 2014).

Castor Oil: antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-fungal, According to Organic Facts “Castor oil contains Undecylenic Acid which, due to its germicidal and disinfectant properties, is useful for treating skin diseases and skin ulcers, particularly those which are caused due to bacterial or fungal infections” (Organic Facts).  Castor oil is water resistant and especially helpful in protecting the skin when it comes to nappy rash as it will help to protect the skin from the urine.

Olive Oil: Vitamin E, polyphenols, and phytosterols are the three main Antioxidants in Olive Oil. These may help to moisturise, restore and protect the skin.

Apricot Kernel Oil: Is rich in gamma linoleic acid, or GLA, which comes from essential fatty acid omega-6. The GLA helps skin to maintain moisture as it contains Vitamin A & E which soothe the skin. Due to its anti-inflammatory effects it may also benefit eczema.

  • Emollient – Apricot seed oil is a brilliant emollient ( moisturizer ).
  • Anti – Inflammatory – It reduces inflammation when applied topically or when ingested.
  • Anti-Aging – It provides nutrition and support to the skin so that aging is reduced.
  • Anti – Bacterial – This effect is made use of to treat clothes and other products to keep bacteria away. [1]
  • Anti Septic – reduces risk of infection in open wounds and cuts.
  • Antioxidant – prevents the skin from damage by free radicals. (

Natural Vitamin E Oil: Helps to neutralize free radicals and intensely moisturise and repair damaged skin.

Organic Lavender Oil: Organic Lavender Oil has antiseptic,analgesic and anti-fungal properties. It has been scientifically proven to heal wounds, reduces redness, reduce pain and inflammation. It also smells great and is known to be calming


North Carolina State University: Nubian Massage: August 29, 2008:

Palomar Community College: The Castor Bean;

This product is intended to support and enhance the skins natural healing abilities. It is not intended to prevent or heal any illness or disease. Use as per instructions and If any allergic symptoms occur please contact your local health professional.