Mix 1 tablespoon (or less to make it go farther) with distilled water or up to half witch hazel plus distilled water to make 8 (eight) 4-ounce spray refills. Find quality empty 4 ounce spray bottles to use to make it and wipes here. It functions as a protective diaper ointment and it can also be used to clean baby's bottom.
No tea tree.
Ingredients: Organic jojoba oil infused with chamomile, calendula, comfrey and witch hazel herbs. No preservatives.
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Link to Diaper Lotion Potion Spray
Dilute according to package instructions before use. For external use on unbroken skin. The safety of this product has not been determined by FDA-approved laboratory testing. Handcrafted in the USA.
Note from Karen: This works beautifully and doesn't stink of strong fragrances, and has no lavender and no tea tree. Calendula, chamomille and comfrey do have their natural fragrances, so it does have scent, yet the scent is nice and not overpowering.
Superb for after a poop clean up. I wet the wipes first with water and then I spray the wipe. A little goes a long way.
Clean bottoms are much less likely to get redness. Poor wiping procedures do cause problems and this makes wiping baby's bottom easier. Diaper Lotion Potion seems to help prevent diaper rash. Bacteria causes rash, so when baby's bottom is cleaned well - and in a gentle manner without irritating or rubbing too much or too hard - it will not only smell better because it's clean (sniff test) but also baby's bottom will 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 stubborn rash creams out of cloth 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 (maybe because the gel chemicals suck the natural moisture right out of baby's bottom so you need to protect the skin with a barrier from the dry sucking chemical action?) This is not done to cloth diapered babies bottoms. Rash creams are rarely needed at all, unless baby is sick or severely teething. Really! Perhaps the reason is that the diapers are cotton. I wonder if the wipes potions on the cotton wipes are also making a big difference because cloth wipes work better than disposable wipes. Cloth wipes don't leave behind soapy residues or funky perfume smells. Instead of smearing, cotton wipes clean well. The bit of jojoba oil in this Lotion Potion is just enough to help the wipe slide nicely and it protects the skin from problems in the first place.
I just mix into my bottle of Dickinson’s Witch Hazel, and I’m good to go. I squirt it on my wipes right from the bottle, after a quick shake and open flip of the top. Couldn’t be easier. Smells great, cleans my kids tush well (no lingering stinks, unlike after using my go to disposable wipe, water wipes), and he’s got sensitive parts and this has never given him any redness or rash. In fact, it may even help soothe his skin if something is brewing.
We love this concentrate. We add 1TB to a 4oz spray bottle and fill with witch hazel for bum spray or, in 2020, rubbing alcohol for our hand sanitizer spray. It's moisturizing, cleaning, and it smells great.
Great combo of oils and the scent is light.
Love this stuff, I put it in a squirt bottle and wet my wipes as needed.
We’ve been using this since we had our first in 2012. It has a nice smell, and gets those dirty bums clean. The concentrate is a great value. It takes us a while to use up one bottle. We’re now using it on baby number 3.