When was the last time you read a label? If you are like most parents it was probably the last time you went shopping and your favorite brand was out of stock.
Over the years I’ve become surprised at how many “eco friendly” and “safe for babies” products are on the shelves that are full of long, technical-named ingredients that only Dr. Sheldon Cooper would appreciate.
Well, bazinga on us as most of today’s “safe for babies” products are full of toxic chemicals that you would otherwise not let into your home.
So when Green Mom’s Network asked if I’d like to try the TotLogic © products I was intrigued and skeptical. I mean really… once you’ve tried a diaper rash ointment haven’t you tried them all?
TotLogic Soothing Diaper Balm
I’m here to say you have not tried them all and not all diaper creams are made the same. Being a cloth diaper user the first thing I want to know is the diaper-safe level of said cream. Most products I’ve used I have not had any issues. After the diaper safety check, the next thing I want to know is the sticky finger level. You know what I’m talking about when you are done lubing up your babys heiny you then have to wipe your fingers clean on their diaper.
Use this gluten-free diaper balm on yourself for skin as soft as a baby’s bottom!
I really love the TotLogic Soothing Diaper Balm – seriously. It’s the first diaper rash ointment that to me it truly different. It looks, feels and applies like a lotion then a sticky diaper ointment. It’s creamy and smooth. I will admit that I enjoy it just as much as the baby does. His bum is soft and rash free.
I am a long time sufferer of rashes and skin issues. Before showering I have to put lotion on the rashes to prevent my skin from feeling as if it’s burning. Also, most lotion burns my skin and I always try any lotion meant for the kids on myself first. You’d be surprised to know how many eczema lotions actually burn really bad.
I love this diaper balm for my elbows and hands! I slather it on the baby and instead of wiping my fingers off on the diaper I rub it into my own hands. No waste and I can honestly say that my hands are as soft as a baby’s bum.
About TotLogic Products
“With TotLogic, what you see is what you get. All products in the TotLogic line are sulfate, paraben, phthalate, formaldehyde, DEA and PEG free. We disclose all of our ingredients, which will take the guesswork out of your child’s bath and skincare routine. I feel at ease using TotLogic on my own kids and even use the products myself!” – from the TotLogic website
Another product I received was the low-lathering (this is a good thing) TotLogic Shampoo and looking at the ingredient list at first your think “oh my, those are some big words!” But really it’s the scientific name followed by the common name in parenthesis. For example Lavendula Angustifiola is Lavender.
Find TotLogic Near You
I cannot say enough good things about the TotLogic products. If you have been subject to my raving and going-ons about the diaper balm, you know that I do go on and on about it. You can find this Made in the USA gluten-free children’s care line in their store.
I know I’ll be asking my local Giant Eagle to start carrying the TotLogic line on their shelves! They even have a safe line for pets, bed bugs and lice!!!
Green Mom’s Network and TotLogic provided the balm and shampoo. I provided my own honest opinion and the dirty baby!