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CeraVe Healing Ointment for Baby | Diaper Rash Cream for Extra Dry, Cracked Skin | Lanolin, Fragrance, Paraben, Dye, Phthalates & Sulfate Free | Diaper Cream with Ceramides & Vitamin E | 3 Ounce

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[HELP TREAT & PREVENT DIAPER RASH] Temporarily protects and soothes baby’s delicate skin when it’s dry, cracked and/or chafed. Formulated with Petrolatum to help temporarily protect skin and Hyaluronic Acid to retain skin’s moisture.
[NON-GREASY FEEL] Occlusive balm and diaper rash cream with a silky texture that glides over extra-dry areas of skin on the face, body, and the diaper area, leaving skin feeling smooth and hydrated, never greasy.
[ GENTLE DIAPER RASH OINTMENT & NO NASTIES & DEVELOPED WITH PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGISTS ] Lanolin free, fragrance free, paraben free, sulfate free, phthalate free, dye free, gluten free, and noncomedogenic. Can be used before or after diaper rash starts
[ National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance] Accepted by the National Eczema Association which only accepts products that have satisfied criteria for use for those with eczema or sensitive skin condition
[ 3 ESSENTIAL CERAMIDES ] Ceramides are found naturally in the skin and make up 50% of the lipids in the skin barrier. Lipids like ceramides fill in the gaps between skin cells so baby’s skin can seal in moisture and keep impurities out

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Developed with pediatric dermatologists, CeraVe Healing Ointment for Baby protects and soothes baby’s delicate skin when it is dry, cracked and/or chafed with a silky, lightweight formula that contains hyaluronic acid for added moisture. Protects chafed skin due to diaper rash and helps seal out wetness.

•Fragrance-free
•Paraben-free
•Sulfate-free
•Lanolin-free
•Phthalates-free
•Dye-free
•Gluten-free
•Non-comedogenic
•Non-irritating
•Accepted by the National Eczema Association which only accepts products that have satisfied criteria for use for those with eczema or sensitive skin condition

Key Ingredients:
•46.5% Petrolatum: Helps form a seal that helps protect baby’s delicate skin from wetness and lock in hydration
•Ceramides: Essential for healthy skin, ceramides help restore and maintain the skin’s natural barrier
•Hyaluronic Acid: This ingredient attracts hydration to the skin’s surface and helps the skin retain moisture
•Vitamin E: Delivers soothing moisturizing benefits

Specification: CeraVe Healing Ointment for Baby | Diaper Rash Cream for Extra Dry, Cracked Skin | Lanolin, Fragrance, Paraben, Dye, Phthalates & Sulfate Free | Diaper Cream with Ceramides & Vitamin E | 3 Ounce

Dimensions 2.38 × 2.38 × 63.68 in

9 reviews for CeraVe Healing Ointment for Baby | Diaper Rash Cream for Extra Dry, Cracked Skin | Lanolin, Fragrance, Paraben, Dye, Phthalates & Sulfate Free | Diaper Cream with Ceramides & Vitamin E | 3 Ounce

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  1. Nicholas Sarlo

    My 5 month old son has incredibly sensitive skin. This was the only product we could use without him having a nasty reaction. During the most recent application, his skin started turning bright red. It was practically upon contact with the product! Suspecting that something was off, I compared the Amazon shipped ointment with a store bought one. Sure enough, the consistency of the ointment was much softer and stickier (think along the lines of petroleum jelly) than the CeraVe ointment. Also, it was clear that the flip cap was different. The CeraVe cap has a very wide hole because the ointment is so thick and almost waxy. The tube I was dealing with had a noticably smaller one. I was uncomfortable from the beginning because these tubes are not safety sealed. I would not be surprised if someone tampered with the product. Terrified at the thought of something like that happening and at how much worse it could have been had I not caught it. Idvrate zero stars if I could. Baby is fine- mom, not so much.Read more

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  2. brifinch89

    We use a ton of Aquaphor in our house, so much that we buy the big tubs of it. I have two kids in diapers and one with eczema. That being said this product is very similar to Aquaphor. The active ingredient in CeraVe Baby Healing Ointment is Petrolatum 46.5%. The active ingredient in Aquaphor is Petrolatum 41%. Aquaphor has 6 inactive ingredients. The CeraVe Baby Healing Ointment has 18. Initial impression is that the CeraVe product comes out of the container feeling almost identical to Aquaphor but once you apply it it softens and becomes less thick. The Aquaphor you can really slather it on layer on top of layer and it’s not going anywhere. This CeraVe product seems to soften and absorb into the skin more. I am not a scientist or overly familiar with these ingredients by any means but my guess for this difference is that this CeraVe product contains Ceramides. Ceramide-1, Ceramide-3 and Ceramide 6-II specifically. Ceramides are part of our skin’s natural barrier and dry, irritated skin or eczema afflicted skin is often lacking in Ceramides. So while Aquaphor functions as a very efficient moisture barrier, this CeraVe product, with it’s ceramides, should actually be working to restore the function of the skin. I think we will continue to use the Aquaphor for a diaper ointment (because a barrier to prevent urine on their skin is my goal there) but I have switched to this product for my daughter’s eczema. It is hard to really gauge eczema especially in these dry winter months when it can really flare up, but this works well for us.Read more

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  3. calidoscopio

    why isn’t this product in every store? this is what heal my baby;s eczema and i’ve tried lots of other creams and brands.Read more

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  4. CuriousAndCozy

    I received the ointment as part of a trial pack that I originally purchased from a store. It isn’t something that I would have just picked up because I’m a sucker for good marketing and this stuff looks pretty plain on the outside. We’ve never had a diaper rash issue, but we did start to have an issue around my baby’s circumcision area about 2 months after we brought him home. Vaseline made no difference. The doctor said that wasn’t uncommon and just keep A&D ointment on it. That was “ok” and did seem to help a little. When I first opened this ointment I was skeptical. The tube was a little hard to squeeze and the paraffin in it was abundantly obvious because the first thing I thought of was softened candle wax. That’s the consistency. Once it’s warmed against the skin it does soak in, but it’s a little hard to spread on initially. We just sort of glopped it on to the area. There is absolutely no scent. After a few days of using it (with occasionally alternating with the A&D) there was definitely a vast improvement in the skin condition. Therefore, the company got my business. I’m very happy with this product.Read more

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  5. JanEve96

    This is an amazing product! My favorite of the 3 CeraVe products I’ve tried. It’s clear, unlike other “butt pastes.” I’m an adult who used it on skin that was severely irritated on my legs and face. Also have used it on my lips. Soothes and heals quickly.Read more

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  6. Sam

    My doctor recommended that we use a lubricant for my chubby baby’s rolls and to protect her cheeks from teething drool. I chose this because CeraVe products have been gentle on both my and my baby’s skin. The squeeze tube is easy to use and convenient. I use it nightly and it helps with skin irritation. I love this and started using it with subscribe and save. Pro tip: any extra I use on my hands and they are so soft!Read more

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  7. Precious

    This is the only ointment that has worked to keep my son’s sensitive bum in tip top condition. We have used Burt’s Bees, Honest, etc. All are crap. A&D was great, but harder to spread. This one was perfect. Easy to spread and use, neutral smell, keep the skin in nice condition. Once a bit of redness sets in, we immediately switch to a zinc-based product. Desitin is what we use. When my son was at daycare, he would get diaper rash more frequently. He was very sensitive to sitting on soiled diapers. This helped avoid the rash while Desitin cured it. We love this product and we’re on our 4th bottle!Read more

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  8. Holly S Faulkner

    Actually use this on my 52 year old self

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  9. Alba Villasana

    Es muy similar a la vaselina y está súper padre porque no reseca la piel de mi bebéRead more

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