Natural Baby Nappy Cream Matarrania

  • €16,10
- €-16,10

This cream is specially designed to protect, soften, soothe, calm and regenerate your baby's delicate skin. It is perfect for atopic skins as it is fragrance-free and it contains hypericum which acts as an anti-inflammatory and skin regenerator. It is also plastic free, vegan and cruelty free.

INCI: shea butter, extra virgin olive oil, almond oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, calendula flower oil and hypericum extract (St. John's wort extract).

First make sure your baby's skin is clean. Apply a small quantity onto the skin, massaging gently. As it has no water in its composition, its texture is more similar to that of a balm, so it may seem a little hard to absorb, but if you let it sit for a while it penetrates, leaving the skin moisturised.

Do not expose the skin treated with the cream to the Sun, as St. John's wort is a photosensitive plant and can leave stains.

To keep the product in the best possible condition and to prevent it from oxidising, close the jar after use and keep it in a cool (not in the fridge) and dry place, as humidity can affect the product.

All Matarrania products are an alternative to body oils, creams, tonics and most beauty products from cosmetic brands that have no commitment to the planet. Brands that not only present their products in plastic packaging, generating unnecessary waste, but also carry out cruel tests on animals, contain chemicals that are toxic for the planet and often contain ingredients of animal origin. Therefore this baby cream is a perfect alternative to the majority of similar creams on the market.

The product comes in a glass jar made of a 30% recycled glass and an aluminium lid, packed in a recycled cardboard box. All 100% recyclable.

Born in 2007, Matarrania is one of those projects that will captivate you. Created by Evelyn Celma, a woman interested in ancient skin care formulations, Matarrania was born with the aim of being as respectful with your skin as with the planet. That's why all the cosmetics they make contain only certified organic raw materials, sourced from local areas. In addition, all their products are vegan and cruelty free. The transparency of this brand, as well as its commitments to local sustainable development projects, make it one of the most sustainable Spanish brands in the market.

We suggest that you give the glass jar a second live once you have finished with its contents. However, if you want to get rid of it, please recycle both the glass and the aluminium lid in the green and yellow containers respectively. The cardboard box should go into the blue bin, as it could one day become a pack of recycled paper tissues, for example.