My baby had a few different patches of dry itchy skin and some were starting to get serious enough that we were getting ready to see a skin specialist. I tacked this on my order on a whim, but I couldn't be more pleased with it. As other reviewers have said, some of the oils form little grains, these disappear if you rub a little in your palm before applying (I don't mind doing this and it becomes very malleable and oily when you do and I think it shows that the product isn't overly refined). It looks a little oily immediately after applying, but it will be absorbed by the skin, leaving it super soft. It completely healed the scaly spots and it smells fantastic. It also has frankincense and myrrh in it, I don't know what these things do, but if they're good enough for baby Jesus, they're good enough for my baby!
The ingredient list seems really good, but it didn't work for our baby. We were using LüSa organics booty balm that we were given as a gift, but iHerb doesn't carry it and this seemed similar. Not close enough apparently... I later ordered the Badger Company Diaper Cream from iHerb and that cleared it right up.
Make sure the skin is dry before applying. This cleared up my baby's stubborn diaper rash after a couple uses and the ingredient list is thankfully brief and high quality.
Easy to take, high quality, and fish gelatin means you can ship them to Korea (where beef gelatin is banned).
These work really well. They are easy to clean and snap together to nest rather than having to detach and then reattach them to some ring like other measuring cups.
The flavors work well together. I wouldn't complain if they were a little spicier, but I really enjoyed this chocolate bar.
BEST CHIPS EVER One bag will not be enough, FYI
Dangerous, be prepared to eat the entire bag while attempting to just have a couple of chips.
Posted by iHerb Customer on Mar 23, 2014 | Verified Purchase
I'm living overseas and have been trying to find dried mangos without sugar for ages, so I was very happy to find these. They are exactly like the kind I used to buy in the bulk foods section when I lived in Seattle. There is some natural color and texture differences, which, I actually find quite enjoyable as they provide a little variety. The only trouble that I have is that I go through them so fast. Yum.
I originally just ordered these because I didn't know what black currants were. I use them in bread now, instead of raisins, it just tastes much better to me and they're smaller than raisins so they wind up more evenly distributed, making every bite more delicious.
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