The Lovey's brand offers parents all-natural products like the Tushi Wash and Tushi Stick to protect their child’s delicate skin and avoid harsh chemicals.
“We don’t claim to be natural and then sneak in chemicals,” says Lovey’s creator Marcie Weinstein “We scrutinize our ingredients carefully before deciding what is going to go on your baby’s tushi.”
The Tushi Wash comes in a convenient spray bottle to lightly mist your baby’s washcloth before cleaning their bum. The gentle, natural cleansers and soothing ingredients in the spray reduce the chance of irritation and redness, and the bottle includes a trigger lock that makes it suitable to toss into the diaper bag without worrying about spills and leaks.
Also great for the diaper bag is the lab-tested Tushi Stick. This product renders chemical-laden diaper rash creams unnecessary due to its natural preservatives. These preservatives kill the bacteria on your baby’s skin and the stick itself. The applicator allows parents to keep their hands clean while the natural diaper ointment works to ease the irritation of diaper rash while moisturizing their baby’s skin.
Both the Tushi Wash and Tushi Stick can be used with disposable diapers, cloth diapers, and reusable wipes, and have both been proven effective for babies with sensitive skin. The wash is just $12.99, and the stick is $16.99.
I received complimentary product.
Cassandra's review- The diaper ointment has a mix of natural ingredients and a pleasant scent. It has a feel of petroleum but does not contain any, and applies easily. I use a q-tip, but it can be applied with the stick itself. The spray is a neat alternative to a baby wipe except you're still going to need something to wipe it off so it is not as handy if you are on the go.