Winner - Best Baby Powder - Nature & Health Magazine 2018 Natural Baby Awards
Gaia Natural Baby Cornstarch Powder is the natural, talc-free, way to keep your baby's bottom dry between nappy changes and after their bath.
Gaia Natural Baby Cornstarch Powder for gentle baby care that's free from talc
This natural baby powder is made from cornstarch powder which absorbs excess moisture in your baby's skin folds, keeping them drier for longer and helping to prevent nappy rash and skin irritations.
This natural cornstarch powder has a delicate scent and includes the following certified organic essential oils:
- lavender - helps soothe & calm the skin as well as relax your baby
- chamomile - to gently soothe skin
- sweet orange essential oil - a natural antiseptic.
Gaia Natural Baby powder can be used by any age group including newborns, babies, toddlers and other family members including the elderly. According to Gaia Skin Naturals, they have many success stories from customers using this talc-free cornstarch powder under the arms, under breasts and between the legs to minimise chafing and reduce sweating.
Why switch from regular talcum powder?
According to the American Cancer Society, "in its natural form, some talc contains asbestos, as substance known to cause cancers in and around the lungs when inhaled". In recent years, there have been a number of high profile Court cases in the US in which pharmaceutical giant, Johnson & Johnson, has been ordered to pay multi-million dollar compensation payouts to women (or their estate) after juries found that the use of Johnson & Johnson powder products by these women for their personal hygiene caused them to develop cancer. Google "Johnson & Johnson cancer" and you'll find more information about these cases.
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