Era Organics Honeybuns Healing Balm
Blog - March 8, 2016

jar of honeybuns healing balm

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This was the perfect week to get this product.  My poor angel, Ollie,  had major diaper rash and then the day after his Birthday he had a terrible cold that kept everyone up, including him.  I used the  Era Organics Honeybuns Healing Balm and it gave him relief.  There’s nothing worse than seeing your baby suffer. jar of era organics healing balm

Era Organics Honeybuns Healing Balm is a nutrient rich, hypoallergenic, USDA Certified Organic ointment that is paraben free, alcohol free, and fragrance free.  It has no toxins, phthalates, petrolatum, or mineral oil and is cruelty free.  It is a multipurpose balm that soothes inflamed, itchy, and irritated skin.

So many over the counter products have chemicals that we can’t even pronounce.  Era Organics Honeybuns Healing Balm contains USDA Certified Organic Chamomile, Beeswax, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Calendula, Raw Honey, Avocado Oil and a whole host of herbs and extracts.   No matter what your baby is enduring, whether it is cradle cap, hives, rashes or eczema, this non=toxic balm will do the trick.  My son had blisters from diaper rash and the next morning it had almost completely cleared up.  I also applied it on his precious, little, raw, snotty nose when he went to sleep. 

Era Organics Honeybuns Healing Balm can be used for anyone.  I have used it on my dry, cracked lips and it gave me relief right away.  It has a mild scent of cocoa which I have seen a lot in organic baby products.  Cocoa butter is wonderful for healing.

If your looking for a non toxic, chemical free alternative to steroids and creams, Era Organics Honeybuns Healing Balm is for you and your precious baby.  It soothed my Ollies little, raw nose and helped with his blistering diaper rash over night.  Era Organics, a family owned and operated business has many other great products to try from shampoo to moisturizers.  Check their website out HERE.

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24 Comments

  1. I notice the ingredients it contained and the oils which I know works well with healing irritated skin. But for babies I’m sure this product will work because of it. Coconut oil and avocado oil plus cocoa butter, I’m hungry, ha ha ha, thank you!

  2. I have very sensitive skin and have tried many healing balms this one looks like one I would like to try too. I love organic products and love the Era organics face cream.

  3. This sounds like a great product. I love that it is chemical free. I am so happy it cleared up your baby so quick. Thank you for sharing

  4. i would like to try i have very sensitive skin and a lot will brake me out so i want to try all organic products to see if it would help

  5. This Prouduct sounds wonderful!! My son has Super Sensitive skin as Do I so by the sounds of it We could both benefit from this Balm and I love the smell of Cocoa butter too:)

  6. Great review, for a product that looks absolutely fantastic! It’s interesting that you mention “chemicals that we can’t even pronounce.” Just this morning I was talking with my friend about the ridiculous turbo-energy drinks that he chugs down all the time. I looked at the Nutrition Info on the can and said to him, “I’m surprised there isn’t something here under the ‘Ingredients’ section called ‘*shrug* Hell if we know.'” …Thanks for the review.

  7. I love that these are all organic. I would feel good about using them on my baby and myself as they are chemical free.

  8. I’ve had honey buns baby care products on my amazon baby registry for a while and would love the chance to win some! I’m eager to try their face wash,too. Thank you for this rad giveaway!

  9. I am currently using it on my babys face for eczema relief and i find that her skin becomes bright red immediately on application.

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