This Soothing Butter was crafted especially for my baby girl- MIA.
She is an adorable child who enjoys exploring the world by putting everything she sees in her mouth.
I totally understand that it is a normal part of babies’ development and this is how they investigate the world around them but, the combination of wet fingers with dry cold weather leads fast to dry, itchy, red, eczema.
I was looking for a solution for Mia, to soothe her skin and bring her hands’ a natural relief.
I knew that the moment I apply anything to her hands, she will put them in her mouth right away.
So, I was looking for something 100% natural, eatable, toxic-free (of course), and something that works really fast before she licks it out.
This is how I came out with this amazing formula. I was surprised by how quickly it worked and she got rid of her eczema just in a few days.
MIA Butter is literally eatable! So you don’t have to worry if your little ones lick it out! It is also nourishing and healing with anti-inflammatory properties.
Even though I formulated MIA Butter for my baby girl, but this is a good solution for the whole family, especially during the cold and dry season!
About the ingredients:
*Hemp oil is highly nutritious and is especially helpful for the skin. The vitamins and fatty acids in this oil may help keep the skin healthy and prevent breakouts. A 2014 study(1) that it is rich in healthful oils and fatty acids. This oil is an excellent choice for nourishing the skin and protecting it from inflammation, oxidation, and other causes of aging.
*Castor oil is rich in ricinoleic acid, which acts as a humectant and can be used to moisturize the skin. Humectants retain moisture by preventing water loss through the outer layer of the skin. Castor oil is often used in cosmetics to promote hydration and is often added to products like lotions, makeup, and cleansers. (Though this natural alternative to store-bought products is considered safe for most, it can cause allergic reactions in some.)
*Coconut oil is a very popular moisturizing and nourishing oil. The study has found that applying coconut oil helped reduce dryness, in addition to helping treat eczema(2). Another study found similar results, showing that coconut oil led to a 68% decrease in eczema severity, making it significantly more effective than mineral oil in the treatment of eczema (3).
*Oats oil can provide a massive relief for anyone suffering from itchy skin. For skin diseases such as dermatitis, the anti-fungal and healing properties in oat oil will not only help to soothe and cleanse the skin, but it will also help reduce inflammation and seriously calm itching.
*Calendula oil has anti-inflammatory properties and can help calm redness and inflammation and ease skin discomfort. In addition to being soothing for any type of skin, this means that calendula can provide relief from conditions like eczema or diaper rash.