About this item
- Diaper rash treatment is perfect for newborns and up
- Coconut oil naturally moisturizes your little one’s skin
- Zinc oxide creates a protective barrier against wetness
- Phthalate-, sulfate- and paraben-free formula is gentle on sensitive skin
Looking for a safe product to treat your baby's rash? Then use this Seventh Generation Coconut Diaper Cream. This natural diaper cream features a non-toxic formula made from pure coconut oil. It's also sulfate-free and paraben-free, so you can give your little one nothing but the best.
Health Facts: Contains zinc oxide, phthalate-free, Sulfate-free, paraben-free, aluminum-free
Product Form: Cream
Suggested Age: Newborn and Up
Package Quantity: 1
Sustainability Claims: Recyclable, cruelty-free
Item Number (DPCI): 007-08-0052
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Most recent reviews
Wish it wasn’t discontinued.
5 out of 5 stars
AllyP — 19 days ago
This is the BEST diaper cream. I am so happy with the diaper cream and it’s ingredients and then Seventh Generation goes and discontinues it. I was too late to order anymore when I found out it was discontinued but I did fortunately snag a whole case from a competitors store.
5 out of 5 stars
Melon — 1 month ago
This is much better than Desitin. It doesn't have a smell at all, I was sort of hoping for coconut but I'm ok with it. It is very thick coming out of the tube but unlike other diaper creams, it thins up with the warmth of your fingers so it's SUPER easy to spread which is really important on irritat...see moreof the reviewer's review
(would not recommend)
3 out of 5 stars
Crys — 2 months ago
Really wanted to like this diaper cream, but it was really thick to get out which is not convienent when you have a baby squirming around. The smell also reminds me of her sunscreen since it has zinc oxide in it which is off putting. I feel like I’m putting sunscreen on her although I know it isn’t....see moreof the reviewer's review
4 out of 5 stars
Benny — 4 months ago
As a 1st time, I was so scared and disappointed when my baby got diaper rash, we tried so 2 products & it kept coming back, we tried prescription cream, rash came back after 14days. 7th gen diaper cream was in our many baby products bag we had, waiting for me to try it(lol), I decided to try it out ...see moreof the reviewer's review
4 out of 5 stars
JaysMom — 5 months ago
I typically use desitin with each diaper change to prevent rash, however when my son does get a rash this is the only product that helps! And it works usually within the first day. I am disappointed that this product is no longer carried in any stores near me! The fact that I can’t find the product ...see moreof the reviewer's review