Traditionally used to keep baby’s bot nice and dry after baths and nappy changes, talc has long been a changing table essential for many parents. With lots of chemical-free alternatives becoming more and more available, talc-free baby powder is making a big comeback and we’ve hunted down the best of them.
Whether it be for protecting little ones from nappy rash or simply for keeping moisture at bay, the aim of baby powder is to keep the skin comfortable and baby content.
7 talc-free baby powder brands
To help you find the right product for that little bot, we’ve compiled this handy list of brands to get you started in your search. In no particular order, here they are:
This cornstarch-based product helps absorb excess moisture, leaving baby’s bottom fresh and dry. Talc-free, it’s completely safe for newborns and those chubby-bubby baby rolls.
A little sprinkle of this natural powder calms baby’s skin, keeping it dry and silky-soft. It’s made from a base of white clay which is then combined with lavender and mandarin for a fresh and sweet smell after every use.
Enriched with Emu Apple, this talc-free powder protects little tushes from irritation caused by excess moisture. Made with a beautiful blend of Australian botanicals, it freshens the skin leaving bub comfortable and happy.
Edible cornstarch and essential lavender oil come together in this talc-free powder for baby’s bottom. A little dusting is all it takes to prevents chafing and keep that nappy area clean and dry.
Paraben and phthalate-free, the natural formula of this talc-free product is completely safe for newborns. Simply dust onto baby’s skin after a bath or changing their nappy to leave skin feeling dry and soft.
With no harmful chemicals in sight, this Australian-made powder helps calm irritation and keeps uncomfortable rashes at bay. Perfect for babes with sensitive skin with ingredients such as Kakadu Plum, Jojoba Oil and Apple Peel powder.
For little one’s prone to nappy rash and irritation, this 100% organic and talc-free formula is ideal for keeping moisture at arm’s length with its blend of tapioca starch, Australian white clay and organic lavender oil.
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