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Clef Des Champs Junior - BioBaby Diaper Rash Salve 50ml

This salve was made with a new baby’s skin in mind. It soothes irritated buttocks, heat rash and mommy’s sore nipples. Very emollient, it was designed specifically to soften the sensitive skin of newborns. Mallow and marshmallow were selected because they are emollient, cicatrizant and not at all irritating or toxic. BioBaby is used mainly for diaper rash (irritated buttocks) and cracked and irritated nipples due to nursing. It can be applied as prevention (on sensitive buttocks and breasts) or treatment (apply a thick layer of salve during diaper changes or between nursing sessions. Since this salve does not contain any herbs that are contraindicated internally for children, there is no danger of breastfeeding without first washing the nipple. Just remember to remove any excess so that the baby does not choke!

No additives, food colouring or preservatives. No added sugar, no gluten, soy or GMOs, non-irradiated. 


  • Marshmallow Althaea officinalis Fresh flowers, leaves, roots 19% - Organic
  • Calendula Calendula officinalis Fresh flowers 4% - Organic
  • Plantain Plantago major Fresh leaves 2% - Organic
  • Mallow Malva sylvestris Fresh flowers 2% - Organic
  • Black walnut Juglans nigra Dried leaves 2% - Organic
  • Olive oil Olea europaea First cold-pressed - Organic
  • Beeswax - Organic 


Marshmallow’s mucilage gives it cicatrizant and anti-inflammatory properties. Used externally, calendula is mainly prized for its cicatrizant and antiseptic properties. Plantain is a cleanser characterized by its anti-inflammatory and cicatrizant action. Belonging to the same botanical family as marshmallow, mallow has emollient and cicatrizant properties. A well-known antifungal, black walnut is astringent and vulnerary. It helps protect and heal sensitive skin.


Known hypersensitivity to plants from the Asteraceae (re: calendula) or plantaginacea (re: plantain) family


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