ATLANTA, GA, October 14, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Every parent wants the products that touch their baby to be as natural as possible. Unfortunately, the more natural products are often the most expensive to purchase. This goes for baby powder. Talc-based powders can irritate delicate baby skin, and more natural brands can be expensive, particularly for something you use it multiple times a day.
Online bulk disposable diapers
retailer Stork Nest shares an easy and inexpensive recipe for herbal baby powder that is gentle and natural for even the most sensitive baby's skin. However, it still keeps your baby dry, soft, and fresh, while helping to eliminate diaper rash. It is great for sensitive adult skin also.
For your base powder, you can use corn starch, corn flour, or rice flour. These can be found in most grocery stores.
To make the powder "herbal," you can use powdered chamomile flowers. These can be found at natural health stores or online at a retailer that sells herbs in bulk. Try going to Mountainroseherbs.com or even Amazon.com.
Making the Powder
You can use as much or as little as you like. Just use equal parts powder and chamomile flowers. You may want to start with a smaller batch (4 oz. each) to see if you and your baby like it. Mix the ingredients in a large bowl or in a food processor or blender.
Store the powder in a plastic shaker container for easy use. You can buy inexpensive ones online, or use an empty shaker you have around the house. Just make sure you have thoroughly cleaned it and removed all traces of whatever was in it before. If you make a large batch, store the extra in a plastic tub or bag that is sealed well to keep it fresh.
Use Your Imagination
This is just one easy recipe. There are many other variations using corn starch along with Arrowroot powder, oats, and oils like lavender or chamomile. You can find them on one of the many websites for parents who want their baby's products to be as natural as possible. They have suggestions for all sorts of products you can make yourself with easy-to-find ingredients. If you have any concerns about the gentleness or safety of a product, consult your pediatrician before using it.
Nicole Bruck, Marketing Development Supervisor for Stork Nest says, "We know that parents are becoming increasingly averse to exposing their babies to unnatural ingredients and products. That is why we will soon be introducing our own eco-friendly disposable diapers
and training pants called EcoBundles, made with chlorine-free wood pulp. They are free of harmful materials, fragrances, inks, dyes, and latex, but still highly absorbent."
Stork Nest has more helpful tips on their blog and in their newsletter. To see these, sign up for their free newsletter, and to see their discount prices on premium diapers
, training pants and youth pants, visit http://www.storknest.com
.About Stork Nest:
Stork Nest is a premium diaper and youth and training pant supplier. Teaming up with industry leaders to offer consumers the best options, Stork Nest's operations are based out of Georgia. Their online market focuses on giving parents the top-quality products they need at the low-level prices they want.
Check out their store at http://www.storknest.com