Its soothing and protective properties make it a product specifically recommended for hydrating your baby’s skin during diaper changes. It will protect your baby’s skin against wetness and irritants that cause diaper rash, such as humidity or acidic urine and bowel movements. The ointment’s base (limewater) restores the skin’s natural appearance while the olive oil protects the skin from irritants. The addition of shea butter to the original formula deeply increases hydration, helps to nourish, firm and soften skin, promotes healing, and is an antioxidant.
Use a cotton ball or washcloth to apply the ointment to the skin when changing your baby's diaper. Reusable washcloths or reusable baby wipes, combined with the liniment, eliminate the need for disposable wipes. No need to rinse afterwards, as the remaining thin layer of liniment serves to protect the skin. Compatible with all diapers (although we have a preference for reusable, cloth diapers). Also helpful for cradle cap, washing children's faces, and any dry skin patches on your baby's body. Please note, due to the shea butter, this formula is NOT hypoallergenic. Unscented. Shake well before using.
Showering: substitute for soap; skin will already be moisturized once out of the shower
Moisturizing: excellent for sensitive, dry, atopic or itchy skin
Massages: use instead of almond oil (potential allergen)
Make-up remover: for face, eyes and neck - will even remove waterproof mascara
Hair: use on dry ends
Waxing, shaving or tweezing: soothes rashes and irritations, and will rid your skin of left-over wax after cold or warm waxing
Aftershave for men
Pregnancy: helps to improve the appearance of the skin like stretch marks
Post-partum: episiotomy or other tears - apply locally to soften scar tissue and ease pain
Leather and leatherette: clean, nourish and remove stains, helping to maintain leather and leatherette sofas, car seats and other furniture. Here’s how:
Pour a bit of ointment onto a clean rag. Rub the ointment into the leather, paying special attention to stains. - Don’t rub leatherette too hard, especially if dry, since it’s a coated fabric. Do not apply to suede (such as buffed or nubuck leather).
To remove oiliness after applying the ointment to leatherette furniture, wipe with a clean cloth dampened with warm water.
Wood furniture: rub the piece of furniture with the ointment. Let dry. Polish. The ointment will make the piece of furniture waterproof.