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Here is a recipe for a natural diaper cream that gently adapts to baby's pure and fragile skin.  


Materials List


  • A Blue Glass Jar 60 ml - White Lid
  • One teaspoon 
  • One tablespoon 
  • One bowl 
  • A whisk or hand blender 
  • A Double boiler sauce pan




  • 15 ml (1 tablespoon) Shea Butter (nourishes and stimulates skin regeneration)  
  • 7.5 ml (1.5 tsp) Cocoa Butter wafers (3 wafers) (nourishes and maintains the skin's moisture barrier) 
  • 15 ml (1 tablespoon) Calendula care oil (macerate) (healing and anti-inflammatory)   
  • 15 ml (1 tablespoon) Zinc oxide (protective and purifying properties)         




  •  Melt the Shea butter and Cocoa Butter wafers in a double boiler sauce pan (microwave is not recommended). 
  •  When the butters are warm, add the Calendula oil (macerate) and mix well with a whisk or blender. 
  •  Finally, add the Zinc Oxide and mix well with a spoon (sift the Zinc for a smoother texture).
  •  Pour into the jar.
  •  Let cool in the refrigerator (about 30 minutes) to solidify the cream.  


Precautions & recommendations


By respecting good hygienic conditions during the preparation and stored away from light and heat, your product will keep for at least 3 months.  

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