GroVia Magic Stick All Natural Diaper Ointment
- All Natural Diaper Ointment now keep your hands clean when applying diaper balm
- Easy to use Magic Stick goes on smooth and keeps baby's delicate area protected and comfortable
- Petroleum-free formula is safe to use with cloth or disposable diapers
- Use a light layer to protect baby's skin from wetness
- Helps to clear up minor rashes, skin irritations, chapped skin, stretch marks
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Top Customer Reviews
clear , clean smooth
safe ---we know , we had to call poison control when he ate some...they laughed, I jest not, and said not to worry ,
easy to put on, the young toddler puts it on himself (after we get important areas)
This is also healing.
Our young lil guy had a rash that Rx medicated creams could not get rid of....several were tried
Then like Magic , Magic was bought by us and the rash went. Even our MD asked about it to recommend to others
You can also use on other body parts for moisturizing/healing
I can not say enough about this except it is THE best I have ever used !!!!
We used this on an insect bite on baby and it did the trick.
We don't use it like a stick, mostly because we're not quite sure we want to rub it all over baby's bum if there is a rash and use it on a rash free bum too. But it's very convenient for a diaper bag.
My daughter is almost 2 now and I am a huge advocate of this diaper rash stick. I like the smell (like herbs/essential oils) and would keep it on the diaper changing table uncapped up until recently when we started doing changing on the floor due to DD's age. Now it is capped and in a dresser drawer with a changing blanket, wipes and package of diapers. It is easy to apply (like deodorant) which means I am not directly touching any cream or the skin where I just wiped poop off. Very convenient when you are juggling an older baby trying to wiggle away.
I just bought a new stick for my next baby who will be here in a few weeks and plan on using nothing else on her little bottom!
Each child had their own stick and one stick lasted a good two months.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No chemicals, but very efficient. I would not use anything else. I started off with coconut oil, but that is messy. This is much better.Published 2 months ago by Karen Moiroud
I love this product! If applied at every diaper change it really keeps diaper rash away and it smells good as well! This is a must have in our household!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Desitin works better, so do all other creams. Only pro is the mess doesn't get on my handsPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Cannot buy enough of these, last stick lasted nearly 6 months so value is awesome. Between this and cloth diapers we have NO rashes. And this IS cloth diaper safe!Published 6 months ago by Els
This is my favorite butt paste! It goes on easy, has a great smell, and relieves diaper rash! The other bonus is that this is cloth diaper friendly. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cheryl
We started using this when we switched to cloth diapers. My son has had a lot of diaper rash, and this seems to work much better and is so much more convenient than diaper cream.Published 9 months ago by Becca
This is a must for new parents. 0 diaper rashes after a month and has a nice scent, highly recommended.Published 10 months ago by Cassie Umberger
Love these! Can't live without them for our fair-skinned, rash-prone little one. Wish we had found them when our son was a baby!!Published 12 months ago by J. Thomas
I have used these for each of my 3 kids. Nothing works better, clears up any redness so quickly. Love that you don't have to put any cream on your hands and then on baby, just... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ashley M. Cabelka