8 Ways to Use Baby Unscented Organic Magic Balm

Baby bums & unruly eyebrows rejoice—our Baby Unscented Organic Magic Balm is a truly magical multi-use product that both wee ones and grown ups can enjoy.

If you know anything about our products, you know that each comes with an extensive & diverse list of uses (you can wash your dogs and your teeth with our liquid castile soap for crying out loud).

Our Baby Unscented Organic Magic Balm is no different—and, just like our Arnica-Menthol Organic Magic Balm, it’s made with the finest non-toxic, certified organic ingredients. Specifically: organic beeswax, organic coconut oil, organic avocado oil, organic jojoba oil, organic olive oil, and organic hemp oil.

So how exactly can you use this stuff? We crafted a handy list:

For Baby

    • Help prevent diaper rash
  • Help soothe irritated red crease lines under arms and behind knees

For Everyone

    • Moisturize dry or chafed skin, cuticles, chapped lips, heels, elbows
    • Heal recent tattoos and brighten up old ones: wash your tattoo with our Baby Unscented Pure-Castile Liquid Soap, pat the area dry, then apply a thin layer of Baby Unscented Organic Magic Balm over the tattoo
    • Define or taper unruly eyebrows
    • Style beard or mustache
    • Use as a daily or nightly eye cream
  • Apply a tiny amount to hair to help tame flyaways—a little goes a long way!

I’m sure you’re all going to think of a dozen more creative ways to use this balm. So when you do, let us know, and we’ll add them to this list.

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Stacey Oparnica

Stacey Oparnica is Dr. Bronner’s Social Media Specialist, and loves chatting with Dr. Bronner’s customers around the world about everything from fair trade supply chains to various ways of using our famous castile soap. She’s been a vocal advocate of cruelty-free products for more than 15 years, and considers social media a pivotal tool with which to positively impact the world.

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  • Valerie Fredrickson

    Hello. . . What do you recommend for a 4 year old girl with eczema??

    • Hi Valerie, we hope to do a more intensive thorough investigation on eczema and related issues in the coming year. Unfortunately it is one of those conditions that is really hard to pin down: what works for some doesn’t always work for others. That said, there is a lot of anecdotal evidence from our customers that washing with our Baby Unscented Pure-Castile Soap can help with eczema. We’re not sure whether the Organic Magic Balm discussed above can help, and don’t have much anecdotal evidence either way as it is a fairly new product.

      • I think I may have eczema on my hands and for some reason the unscented makes my hands hurt a bit when it (the eczema) is flared up but the peppermint doesn’t seem to bother it at all. That said, the unscented did wonders for both of my children. My six year old still loves it! 🙂

  • Jasmine Richards

    Hello, thank you for your information about Unscented Soap I love to read the article thanks again for your information 🙂

  • Nida Khan

    Hi, is this product safe for pregnant women? What are the benefits of using it as eye cream?

    • Hi Nida, this product is safe for pregnant women. As for using it as eye cream, the skin around the eyes is more prone to dryness, and quicker to show age and fatigue. The magic balm can keep the area around your eyes moisturized and help prevent wrinkling or puffiness.

  • Laura Ramsdell

    Is this safe to use on nipples for breastfeeding mothers?

    • Yes, we think it is safe for this use, you would just want to make sure that your baby does not have a reaction to any of the ingredients, which include:

      Organic Avocado Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Beeswax, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Hemp Seed Oil, Vitamin E

  • Kelly

    Is this okay to use around 6mo mouth for eczema? Drool is making it AWFUL and I ordered some eczema honey but then I saw this. Any input is appreciated!

  • Josellyn Olivares

    Can it be used for stretch marks during pregnancy?

  • David Lucking

    I’ve searched for all the ingredients and I believe they are safe for dogs, and avocado oil, jojoba oil, coconut oil, olive oil, hemp seed oil, and tocopherol (vitamin E) are natural sunscreen oils (https://angelasheaven.com/natural-oils-instead-toxic-sunscreen/). Has anyone else used it as a dog friendly sunscreen?