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Ultimate Ointment for Baby with diaper rash, ultra dry skin, cradle cap and eczema by Noodle & Boo
Ultimate Ointment for Baby with diaper rash, ultra dry skin, cradle cap and eczema by Noodle & BooUltimate Ointment for diaper rash and chapped, chafed or cracked skin

Ultimate Ointment (for baby eczema)

helps to soothe troubled skin
1: Instantly helps to relieve skin with Bisabolol and Allantoin.
2: Contains active ingredient Zinc Oxide to help protect and enhance the natural healing process.
3: 100% of participants in a customer trial would highly recommend the Ointment to treat eczema.
4: Participants reported a significant improvement within the first week of use.
5: Clinically-tested; non-allergenic and non-irritating formula; Pediatrician-recommended.

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The Ultimate Ointment completely surpasses any over-the-counter product we have ever tried on Lily's eczema. Our regimen before the Ultimate Ointment required the application of 4 products which was timely and frustrating for a little 2 year old! We will choose only the Ultimate Ointment from now on to treat her because it works and it does the job of several creams all in one!

– A. Ramsey   

for eczema (atopic dermatitis)

what is eczema atopic dermatitis?

Eczema is one of the most common skin problems for children. It is a condition of dry, extra-sensitive skin. Most infants will outgrow it by the time they are 2 to 3 years old. Children who still have it will usually just outgrow it by the time they become teenagers – just in time for acne (sometimes life doesn't seem fair). If eczema runs in the family, it is more likely to be a lifelong condition. Even so, it is often worse in the first years of life.

Eczema is a vicious cycle! Something irritates your child's skin, making it red and inflamed. It itches. He/she rubs it. The skin becomes more inflamed. The outer protective layer of the skin is lost. The affected area is extra-sensitive to irritants, and dries out easily. He/she continues to be exposed to whatever it was that triggered the episode in the first place. Even more rash develops.

what triggers eczema?

Many different things can be the irritating agent or trigger. Here is a list of common triggers to watch for:

  • Rubbing the skin
  • Moisture, such as saliva
    or milk
  • Overheating
  • Common house dust
  • Wool or other scratchy fabric
  • Dog or cat dander
  • Cigarette smoke
  • Clothes washed in irritating detergent
  • Body soap
  • Water

what causes eczema in babies and children?

Occasionally, the eczema is caused by an allergic reaction to food or foods in the baby's diet. In general, breast milk is tremendous for controlling eczema (in fact 6 months of nursing can actually prevent eczema in some children). In some cases, if the nursing mom is consuming dairy products, nuts, eggs, seafood, or possibly other foods (which vary from individual to individual), the baby will be negatively affected. Foods children directly consume that can make eczema worse include cows' milk, egg whites, citrus (such as tomatoes, strawberries, oranges, and lemons), chocolate, and nuts. If you are using a cows' milk-based formula, you may want to try using a soy formula or another hypo-allergenic formula.

baby eczema treatment and prevention

The first step in treating eczema is to identify the precipitating event or trigger and avoid it if possible! You may not see an immediate improvement, but if you are going to successfully treat eczema, it is important to break the cycle!

how to prevent and treat baby eczema?

  • Avoid situations that will make your baby sweat—don't pile on blankets or put her in a blanket sleeper.
  • Cut cow's milk, eggs, citrus fruits, and peanut products from her diet.
  • Wash her clothes in Ultra Safe Baby Laundry Detergent developed for sensitive skin.
  • Avoid dressing your child in wool or any other harsh material (cotton is excellent).
  • Apply Ultimate Ointment to the affected areas at least twice a day. Apply immediately following her bath, while she is still damp.

higher effectiveness when used with soothing body wash

Noodle & Boo recommends that parents use very small amounts of cleaning products on skin suffering from eczema. When a cleaning product is absolutely necessary, we recommend our Soothing Body Wash which has a very mild surfactant system and high levels of moisturizing ingredients.

soothing body wash for eczema

Soothing Body Wash

for mild, moisturizing bath care

size: 8 or 16 ounce bottle


product details

  • Creates a moisture repellent barrier between the skin and sources of irritation helping to enhance the natural healing process.
  • Provitamin B and Vitamin E help to hydrate skin.
  • Soothes skin with bisabolol and allantoin helping to reduce redness and inflammation.
  • Fragrance- and preservative-free.
  • Non-allergenic and non-irritating formula.
  • Dermatologist and pediatrician tested; hypoallergenic.
  • Clinically-tested for sensitive skin.
  • 2.5 ounce tube.
  • Arrives in signature pink/blue packaging.


Apply Ultimate Ointment to the affected areas at least twice a day. Apply immediately following his/her bath, while he/she is still damp.

Ultimate Ointment creates a moisture repellent barrier between the skin and causes of irritation helping to enhance the natural healing process.


Use only as directed. Avoid contact with eyes. If condition worsen or does not improve within 3 days, consult a physician. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.

Active ingredient

Zinc oxide 2%

Inactive ingredients

petrolatum, mineral oil, glycerin, ozokerite, hydrogenated castor oil, acetylated lanolin, glyceryl stearate, peg-100 stearate, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, allantoin, bisabolol, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), panthenol (provitamin b5), retinyl palmitate (vitamin A), tocopherol (vitamin E)

natural and gentle ingredients

This product does not contain questionable ingredients:
  • Parabens
  • Phthalates
  • Sulfates
  • PPG's
  • Dyes
  • GMO's
  • Triclosan
  • Formaldehyde Donors
  • Bisphenol A (BPA)
  • Essential Oils


While the information published here is meant to be accurate, it is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your physician or local medical facility for information specific to your individual needs. We urge that you check with your physician before undertaking any course of action and recommend that you always follow the advice and recommendations of your health practitioner.