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Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potions

Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potions
 
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$8.95 each for spray. 4 ounces, premixed ready-to-use spray

$15.95 each for concentrate. 4 oz concentrate, which makes 8 (or more) Spray refills when mixed with your witch hazel.

Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potion Spray

kissaluvs spray

Premixed spray - 4 oz. Like the concentrate but premixed and ready to use. 4 fluid ounces. Spray top. No parabens, no alcohol.

Ingredients: Distilled Water infused with Witch Hazel, Jojoba oil infused with chamomile (softens, hydrates), Lavender essential oil (healing, fragrant), Tea Tree essential oil (soothes antibacterial), Cosmocil CQ (gentle, FDA approved preservative commonly used in contact lens solutions). Made in USA.

Shake well. Spray on baby's bottom or wipe. Wipe off. Not a concentrate, a ready to use spray.

Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potion Concentrate

kissaluvs diaper lotion potion

Mix the concentrate with witch hazel (about a dollar at any store, sold near the isopropyl alcohol) or distilled water. Spray this mix onto a moist wipe or you can even spray this directly onto baby's bottom to clean, refresh and soothe. Empty spray bottle available below. It's very convenient. Many fancy baby products are overly fragrant, but this smells nice without being overpowering. We like this especially well because it washes easily from the cloth diapers. After making up a bottle of the spray from the concentrate, it's easy to grab to make fresh wipes for the diaper bag or changing table. I love this for a good clean up in the morning if your baby sleeps all night. It doesn't just cover the morning odor, it gently cleans the skin. A very, very nice product, and a little goes a very long way. The concentrate may last you a whole year if you use it sparingly like I do. If you like to have your wipes pre-made in a container, put a few drops in before you add the wipes. It is fabulous because it really helps stop your wipes from getting moldy, and doesn't have any no-no ingredients like many mainstream products do. Great for mom, too - sometimes a shower for mom is hard to find time for with a baby in the house and this is a quick freshen-up. I'm convinced using Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potion is the reason why my third baby has no rash problems (and she has lousy, dry excema-prone skin elsewhere). I wish I had this stuff back when my first 2 children were babies. I love, love this stuff! All natural ingredients, no preservatives or parabens in the Concentrate. Made in USA.

Ingredients for Concentrate: Jojoba oil infused with chamomile, lavender essential oil, tea tree essential oil.

To use: shake well, add 1 Tablespoon to 1/2 cup witch hazel. (moneysaving tip from Karen - I find that I get excellent results using only 1 teaspoon. A little goes a long way). Or 1 squirt into distilled water to make a diaper wipes solution.


Note from Karen: In my experience, the ingredients in the Kissaluvs Concentrate or Spray or the Homestead Wipes Companion Spray really do help prevent diaper rash because they clean bacteria away better than soaps alone. Bacteria causes rash, so when baby's bottom is cleaned well and gently, it will not only smell better but be much less likely to get a rash. It is better to prevent rashes and not need any rash cream than to try to wash rash cream out of cloth diapers, which is not an easy task. If you must use a rash cream, use the flushable diaper liners to protect your diapers. Rash creams are not normally needed for cloth diapered babies. It's common for disposable diapered babies to have their bottoms slathered with rash cream at every change. This is not done on cloth diapered babies. Rash creams are rarely needed at all, unless baby is sick or severly teething. Really! Some of the reason is the cotton diapers themselves, but I wonder if the wipes potions on the cotton wipes are also making a big difference because they work better than disposable wipes. Instead of smearing, cotton wipes clean well. You can make wipes sprays with soap or other ingredients in the inexpensive spray bottle sold above. That is a great economical option! Or keep things simple with these wipes-making product choices: Kissaluvs Concentrate or spray or Homestead Baby Wipes Companion Spray. Which one? Well, which scent and which ingredients do you like? Kissaluvs has lavender, Homestead doesn't. Homestead's scent is slightly orange eucalypus and is a more mild scent. Kissaluvs spray is presevered with Cosmocil CQ (gentle, FDA approved preservative commonly used in contact lens solutions), whereas the witch hazel in the Homestead is preserved with benzoic acid. All witch hazel must be preserved somehow. The witch hazel you will find in stores is typically the kind preserved with alcohol. Both sprays are great, in my opinion, so to me, it really comes down to which scent you prefer. I actually like to have both for a little variety. As for witch hazel with alcohol, I think the alcohol is fine. It cleans very well, and seems to kill rash-causing bacteria. I make my concentrates up using cheap store-bough witch hazel preserved with alcohol. As long as skin is not broken, it doesn't sting. You can go half way by using some distilled water with the witch hazel for a milder wipe. If you just use distilled water alone, you don't have any preservative so use it up fairly quickly, probably 1 week or before 2 weeks is up, before it gets funky. I like the regular 'ol witch hazel for my dilution liquid. Everyone likes different things. But don't skip the cloth wipes, not matter what you decide to use on them. Cotton wipes are wonderful! (end of my sermon about wipes.)

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Anna
Nov 21, 2013
This stuff is the best. It leaves my daughters but clean and moisturized and nice smelling (but not perfumey). I hardly even need to use diaper rash cream because of the lotion potion. Do take note however, the concentrate mix is different from the pre-fab formula. I find it that it doesn't emulsify and doesn't leave her bottom quite as moisturized.
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JD's Mama
Sep 19, 2014
We absolutely love this stuff! We recently got a small spray bottle & now I'm getting the refill, as I can see that this is now a "must have" kind of thing for us..... and since I'm ordering a few diaper covers for my sister's baby shower gift, I'm also getting her a spray bottle & refill!
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L.
Jun 13, 2014
I like the smell, but I've found that plain water is just fine. Plain water is also what my doctor recommends.
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Nicole
May 15, 2014
Love this concentrate! The smell is fabulous and the reviews are correct--you can get away with using far less than the recommended amount. I love that the concentrate contains no soap, just oils, which seems to irritate my baby's skin much less.
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10 kids
Jun 27, 2014
I have used with my last baby who is now 16 months old. All my other children I used disposable wipes. I wish I would have known about this with them. I love it. I have used both the concentrate and ready spray and love them both. Now I'm on my 11th child and buying them again. Thank you so much for a great product.
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