Multipurpose gentle skin balm from Baba West

*This is a collaborative post with Baba West sharing about an amazing multipurpose gentle skin balm that is suitable for all sorts of family uses and is kind and gentle to skin*

If like me you hate fuss, and bother but also like things to work, and you don’t like to have many things when one will do and in your medicine cabinet or home first aid kit you want things that work and do a multipurpose job, you may want to try this Zinc and calendula balm from Baba West

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Baba West has teamed up with the award-winning skincare brand Lyonsleaf to bring you a 100% natural and effective zinc and calendula cream for the whole family. This formulation provides a breathable, protective and moisture repellent barrier to shield and protect baby bottoms and working hands from moisture-associated skin damage.

Calendula is great for any skin in need of TLC, while zinc is effective in protecting against moisture damage, especially under a nappy.


SPF 10

Hydrates dry skin

Creates a barrier to protect skin from moisture damage

100% Natural: water-free means no need for preservatives or emulsifiers

Undiluted goodness with 100% active ingredients

Made with pure plant oils, organic beeswax, mineral ingredients (non-nano zinc), home grown herbs and nothing else.

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This is an amazing, gentle soothing, calming balm that can be used on minor wounds, sunburn, rashes, sore spots, cuts, bumps, dry skin and nappy rash or heat rash amongst many things. We like it for it’s multipurpose use and it’s great to have around in your first aid kit at home or in your bag. A little goes a long way and it’s super useful for so many things.

We love this cream so much we have one to giveaway.

If you would like to win a pot to try on your families skin at home, then all you have to do is leave a blog post comment telling us what would you use this fabulous cream for then click on the link below to enter the giveaway.

Baba West Giveaway

It’s always good to find something gentle that works for the whole family, isn’t it?

A winner will be chosen on 4th June 2022 and contacted via email.

Please see the giveaway for our full terms and conditions and our GDPR information for how we store and manage data.

Posted in Family Life and Parenting, Health and tagged Baba West, family skincare.


  1. I have a red shin that keeps going from sore to really dry and flaky. I would try this on it because I’ve been trying other crams for months.

  2. My wrists are always really dry so would love to try and see if this would clear that up.

  3. Think this is one for sunburn for me, if we get enough sun for long enough that is! Sounds like the ideal solution.

  4. Sounds amazing, I would keep this in te bathroom for the whole family to use for cuts, sores, sunburn and spots.

  5. I’ll definitely use it on my daughter before I put her nappy on in the summer months. The heat always give her rashes. Of course we would use it on ourselves if we ever get a burn or a minor injury

  6. My son gets dry skin on his little hands sometimes so would be great to try this to soothe them!

  7. I quite often get heat rashes, so I’d love to try this cream and see how it could help.

  8. I would use it for my hands as they are so dry from wearing disposable gloves all the time for my job. Love that it has natural ingredients.

  9. This would be amazing for my partner, he has super dry skin at the moment and could do with some moisture, like we all do, especially in the summer!

  10. I would use it for the dry skin patches I get on mu shins – also would be great for an all purpose cream to take away, great for everything

  11. I have very sensitive skin which reacts to lots of things so I would use this as a calming balm.

  12. This sounds like it might be really good on caesarean scar, some creams seem to be very expensive and very small, this would be really useful.It also looks pretty funky

  13. So many uses in our house, I have psoriasis so it would definitely help with that, my son has a raised jagged car left over from surgery he had in his teens to remove a tumour, it would probably help to reduce that too.

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