What are these red bumps on my baby?

by Andrea Williams |  | 4 comments

A 3-Step Solution for Baby’s Irritated Skin

A baby’s skin is smooth as silk and softer than a thousand feathers. Right? Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. That perfect baby skin can become irritated once it comes in contact with the world around it.

Chemicals in products, irritants in fabric, saliva, poop—even wind—can take a toll on sensitive skin.  Their symptoms range from uncomfortable to downright painful. Too often, we parents try everything to help them, only to come up empty-handed.

That’s what happened to us! Our second babe, Walker Todd, developed severe eczema, and we tried everything over the counter, under the sun, and through the grapevine. Nothing worked. As Walker’s skin worsened, we started experimenting with essential oils and other natural ingredients to develop our own wash that soothed his skin. We went on to create a lotion and ointment to condition his sensitive, eczema-prone skin and help retain moisture.

Since then, thousands of parents have used our Tubby Todd 3-Step Solution to heal their own babies’ tender skin.  

Step 1: Wash with Tubby Todd Hair and Body Wash. This natural wash is free of artificial fragrances. It gently cleans but also moisturizes and hydrates baby’s skin during bathtime.

Step 2: Apply Tubby Todd Everyday Lotion. Best applied directly after bathtime to moist skin, our Everyday Lotion is filled with essential oils that hydrate and soften.

Step 3: Cover the skin with Tubby Todd All-Over Ointment. This natural balm is really a love-child between a salve and an ointment. With a beeswax base, it creates a natural barrier that locks in the moisture of the ointment and keeps out wind and other elements that might be irritating to the skin.

By repeating Steps 2 and 3 at every diaper change you can help condition your baby’s skin. If further irritation persists, it may be worth a trip to the dermatologist.

There’s nothing worse than watching your baby suffer and not know how to help. Don’t worry, on this one, we’ve got you covered. For more information about Tubby Todd’s natural, plant-based bath and skin care products visit tubbytodd.com.

Have a question about how to use our products? Leave it below! 




Comments (4)

  • Amanda on September 21, 2019

    Same question as above- can I use the AOO to clear up my baby’s acne and red skin?

  • Audrey Reich on March 22, 2019

    I want to know the answer to Taylor’s question above. Can I use to clear up newborn face acne? She’s 7 weeks old.

  • Taylor on December 05, 2018

    Can I use the all over ointment on my newborns face when she has baby acne?

  • m jo on June 20, 2018

    At what age would you prescribe these? // What are the ingredients that set it apart from other healing remedies?

    I’m a first time mom and was under the impression that babies should have the least amount of stuff on their skin as possible, so I guess I’m just wondering how all this stuff (soap, lotion, ointment) is suppose to help. Please educate meee!!

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