No Harm Bum Balm
Nappy Rash Cream For Babies. This nappy ointment is a must-have for all baby changing bags, and for packing in your hospital bag. Use it to prevent nappy rash or to soothe soreness on your baby’s delicate skin.
Most babies experience nappy rash at some point, if not regularly, which can mean soreness, redness, and irritation. No Harm Bum Balm from My Expert Midwife is a rich but simple nappy cream, providing gentle yet effective soothing relief and protection, whilst helping to prevent skin damage and soreness. Our award-winning serum is developed by midwives and approved by mums, suitable for newborn babies through to older babies and toddlers. No Harm Bum Balm contains only 5 ingredients, including medical grade lanolin for effective barrier protection plus soothing calendula. No Harm Bum Balm nappy cream glides on smoothly – unlike some creams which can drag over sore skin. The handy, hygienic pump lets you flick off the lid and dispense the balm one-handed; ideal if you’re managing a wriggly baby with the other hand!
Suitable for regular use. • 99.9% naturally derived ingredients • Midwife developed, mum approved • Award winning formula, born in the UK • Paraben free • Not tested on animals
Use at each nappy change, after baby’s bath or whenever you want extra protection Apply a thin layer of the balm directly to a clean skin after each nappy change, or as required Suitable for use with disposable and cloth nappies (we recommend adding a liner when using a cloth nappy, to avoid build-up on the fabric)
Ingredients: Lanolin, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract.
External use only. Once opened No Harm Bum Balm should be used within 12 months.
We currently only ship to the United Kingdom and Channel Islands. If you are outside of this area, please contact our customer services for shipping costs to your region.
Postage and Packing Costs
Postage and packing costs will be added to the cost of your order and will depend on the total cost of the items you order and, where delivery options are provided, the option you choose.
The postage and packaging charge you will pay will be displayed on screen before you confirm your order to us. Where multiple items are included in one order, we may dispatch the items separately, in which case, you will only be charged one postage and packing charge. If your order total drops below the £20 delivery threshold due to cancelled orders, you will be charged the standard delivery rate.
Express Delivery = Charge £9.95 (We aim to deliver the next working day for orders placed before 1pm. Orders made before Friday 1pm will be delivered on Monday. Orders placed after Friday 1pm, throughout the weekend and before Monday 2pm will be delivered Tuesday). This service is not available to Northern Ireland.
Restricted Delivery = Charge £9.95 (Orders placed from Thursday 2pm throughout the weekend will be delivered by Tuesday). This rate is for products that cannot be sent via Royal Mail such as pressurised containers or products that require refrigeration.
Standard delivery is currently FREE for all orders over £20 (We aim to dispatch orders within 3 - 5 working days to the address provided by you in your order). Exclusions apply (refrigerated products and pressurised containers need to be sent with Restricted Delivery)
For orders less than £20 there is a £3.95 Postage and Packing fee.
Click & Collect service is free and available as an option for customers within government guidelines.
Wheelchair delivery and other large items = charge £49.95. Delivered within 3 working days on orders placed before 2pm, Monday to Friday.
Purchasing in bulk/high unit volume
Please note that when purchasing high unit volumes of single lines (10+ units) that delivery promotions are null and void. This is as a result of high volume orders not being able to be dispatched via our normal third party fulfilment. As a result for any excessive bulk orders of single lines we will be in touch regarding your order to discuss further delivery costs that will be incurred.