This natural skin care for babies post was facilitated by a sample of Monkey Balm.
Dry skin and eczema seem to run in my family. My sister suffers from eczema on her hands badly during the winter, and my mom has very dry skin too. A few of my cousins have skin issues of their own. Sawyer hasn’t had any eczema but he does get very dry arms and legs in the winter. Fortunately, there is a natural way to treat this the skin ailments by using Monkey Balm.
Monkey Balm makes natural skin care for babies extremely easy for moms. It works great for patches of dry skin or eczema. Some people apply it to themselves and their children to prevent skin irritations in drier climates. It can also work against sunburns and minor scrapes.
I personally love Monkey Balm’s easy to apply container. It only takes a couple seconds to roll it on the kiddo’s skin after his bath. I sometimes put it on in the mornings too, depending on how bad his dry skin is. There’s no mess and I don’t even get it on my hands at all when putting it on him.
I tried it on my own skin before using it on him, just to see how well it works. There’s no burning or stinging when it’s applied (something I worried about when putting it on his irritated skin), which I like in a baby product. The two ounce container has been used in our home for over a month now, and I’d say we will get another month’s use out of it before it’s empty.
From my use and what I have read about Monkey Balm, the reason it works so well is because of it’s primary ingredient: Organic Sea Buckthorn oils. This is the same ingredient used in the Sibu Beauty products I’ve been using, and I know firsthand that it’s effective yet gentle on cleansing facial skin. It has also been proven to treat the appearance of eczema, extreme dryness, and other skin irritants, so I’m comfortable using it on my toddler.
Learn more and purchase your own Monkey Balm at www.monkeybalm.com!