Tubby Blog

A Tubby Guide: Essential products to keep your baby fresh throughout the day

By Koseli Cummings / Flow charts by Jana Laidlaw Cummings

We get asked a lot when and how to use everybody's favorite Tubby Todd products, so we made a handy dandy flow chart for quick reference. Our Basics Bundle has everything you need to keep Baby fresh morning til night.

It's MAGIC: The Cloth Diaper Cream That Actually Works

If you’re in search of a natural diaper rash cream that’s safe for cloth diapers, look no further! Our unique All Over Ointment is a versatile, magical product that’s safe for both disposable AND cloth diapers.

In order for cloth diapers to work properly, the fabric needs to be breathable, yet properly absorb moisture while also wicking it away from your baby’s bum. We’re kind of asking a lot out of a piece of fabric, right? But pair it with our All Over Ointment and you’ve got an amazing combination! Here’s what makes our All Over Ointment unique, and safe to use with cloth diapers:

Safe Skin Products for NICU Preemies

By Alie

The NICU (neonatal intensive care unit), for obvious reasons, has strict rules about cleanliness and germs. Premature and sick infants have weak immune systems and it’s really important to keep them safe.

As foster parents, my husband and I recently had the experience of bringing a preemie home from the NICU. Our tiny baby boy spent his first two weeks of life in the hospital hooked up to several monitors and tubes. With everything he had already gone through, we wanted to make sure to steer free of chemicals and use 100% natural products on his skin.

Tips for keeping skin smooth and eczema-free

By Alie

Andrea, Tubby Todd’s founder, has two sons born with super sensitive skin. Walker and James both struggle with severe eczema and break out if you use the “wrong” lotion or soap! (Kind of stressful, right?) Eczema is something you’ve probably heard very little about until you’ve experienced it yourself. It’s a dry, itchy patch of skin that can be quite difficult to get rid of, and is most common on infant’s cheeks, chests, and the back of their knees.

If your little one is prone to eczema breakouts, it might feel impossible to keep her skin clear. But if you’re wise about following a strict routine and limiting skin products, you’ll find it much easier to keep eczema under control! If you’re currently battling stubborn eczema, here are some tips we’ve found to help: