Clever Chickweed Cooling Cream
An unfragranced skin cream for delicate, baby bottoms with cooling Chickweed. It makes a fantastic all over moisturiser for anyone with incredibly sensitive skin.
Baby Napiers Chickweed Cooling Cream is suitable for both babies and adults with the most highly sensitive skin. Some skin is irritated by even natural compounds like chamomile, and our natural non-allergenic Chickweed Cream is often the only cream that can be tolerated.
Our Napiers’ herbalists, who work in our mother & baby clinics, found there was a great demand for a very gentle, non-irritant cream that would help to cool, soothe and moisturise hot, itchy skin quickly. They chose cooling, calming Chickweed herb Stellaria media - a little star!
- Moisturises, cools and soothes hot, itchy, dry skin
- A non-irritating moisturising emollient cream for sensitive skin
- Does not irritate skin prone to eczema or dermatitis
- Extremely gentle, suitable for newborns up to adult
Apply as often as required to red or dry areas. Can be used on face and sensitive areas as well as all over the body.
Chickweed Stellaria media
Ingredients: Aqua, prunus amygdalus dulcis (Sweet Almond) seed oil, cetearyl alcohol, stellaria media (Chickweed) herb extract, glycerine (palm-free vegetable origin), polysorbate 40, phenoxyethanol, benzyl alcohol and dehydroacetic acid, sorbitan palmitate, citric acid.
Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
Current experience and literature indicates that chickweed can be used by pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Plant extracts cause few side effects however if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and you are unsure if you need to take extra care, please speak to us, or your healthcare practitioner, before using this product.
Chickweed is mentioned in an article about eczema in babies and children by Dee Atkinson, MNIMH.
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