Why Drop Baby Wipes?

The answer is very simple: PROTECTION!

Your wipes are failing youFrom the moment your little one is born, your instinct tells you that you need to protect him/her.
And you do so - tirelessly.

Your baby will go over 2,500 diapers in the first year. Which means 2,500 instances of acidic liquid or solid waste being in contact with your baby's precious sensitive bottom. Sometimes for a few seconds, most likely for a few minutes and fingers crossed for a few hours when your little one is soundly sleeping.

So what is protecting her skin then? Are you applying protective balm at every diaper change as directed by your pediatrician? 

Don't feel guilty, no one does. Why? Because life with a newborn is crazy and every second counts so we cut corners.
We all do it!

 

La Petite Creme will protect your baby's bottom 24/7 without having you to think about applying it! 
How? By replacing your baby wipes (which only cleanse) and ADDING the protective agent to your cleansing product. 
Replace baby wipes by French diapering lotion
Made with only 6 natural ingredients, La Petite Creme is an All-in-one Cleanser & Protective Lotion which replaces the use of:
  • baby wipes (cleansing)
  • baby powder (moisture control)
  • diaper ointment/balm (protection)
  • diaper cream (calming/soothing)

That way, the one step that you won't cut from your routine - cleansing - will take care of all the needs of your baby's sensitive bottom.

"I am concerned about the long term effects on my baby's health of ingredients I cannot pronounce."
So are we!
That's why our Diapering Lotion contains no fragrance, no harsh chemicals and no preservatives! It is pediatrician-recommendedhypoallergenic and designed specifically for the most precious of all babies: yours!

La Petite Creme - French Diapering Lotion

What's inside? Here is our full ingredients list:

  • Olive Oil
  • Water
  • Beeswax
  • Vegetable Glycerin
  • Vitamin E
  • Limestone
Now sit back, relax, and let La Petite Creme pamper your baby's little behind effortlessly (and guilt free!)
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French Moms don't use Baby Wipes!

French Mom's Don't User Baby Wipes
How come none of my French baby patients experience diaper rash?
-- Dr. P. - Cecile's pediatrician
 
When Cecile (co-founder of La Petite Creme) heard her pediatrician make this statement, she knew there was something in the French Diapering Routine that was giving French babies an edge on preventing diaper rash. 
 
It turns out that French Moms don't use baby wipes on a regular basis. Baby wipes exist in France of course but they are not the primary product parents use to change diapers: Oleo-Calcareous Liniment is.

La Petite Creme - Cloth Diaper Safe
Recommended by hospitals and pediatricians throughout Europe, this multi-purpose lotion is known to help protect against 5 of the main causes of diaper rash:
  • Acidity of stool and urine
  • Chafing or rubbing
  • Introduction of new foods / stool change
  • Increased frequency of stools
  • Sensitive skin

Source: Mayo Clinic

    Having worked in the delivery room in France for years caring for newborns and preemies, Fanny (the other half of La Petite Creme) knew first hand the preventative benefits of this humble lotion.  

    It is our responsibility to share our Mothers' and Grandmothers' legacy with American Mothers.
    -- Fanny
     
    Original French Recipe And just like that, La Petite Creme was born!

    It's all the goodness of French traditional diapering lotion made right here in the US accordingly to FDA regulations.
     
    Made with the most gentle and natural of ingredients, La Petite Creme is hypoallergenic and safe for babies all ages either on disposable or cloth diapers.
     
    Cleansing with oil is a little disturbing at first but once you try it and experience the amazing results on your baby, your skepticism will be far gone!
    -- Cecile
     
     

    Video Tutorial

    La Petite Creme is the ultimate French parents' trick to a safe, healthy and easy diapering routine. 

    Watch La Petite Creme in action in this tutorial (step by step instructions below): 

    Step-by-step instructions
    How to change a diaper with La Petite Creme:

    La Petite Creme - Tutorial
    1. Open the dirty diaper (disposable or cloth diaper)
    2. (for poopy diaper) Remove poop roughly with the diaper
    3. Take a plain cotton pad or a soft cotton washcloth 
    4. Use the handy lotion pump to put the necessary amount of lotion on the cotton/washcloth
    5. Wipe the skin with the lotion impregnated cotton/washcloth to clean off all the pee/poop
    6. When the skin is nice and clean, place the new diaper on
    7. Leave the oily residue on the skin - this is the magic sauce!

    And Voila! Your baby's skin is now naturally clean and disinfected PLUS the thin layer of oil that will remain on the skin will create a natural shield against future contact with pee or poop. Brilliant!

    Have questions? Visit our FAQ or Contact Us. We'll be happy to help!

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    Ingredients

    La Petite Creme - Ingredients
    La Petite Creme is made with:
    • Olive Oil
    • Water
    • Vegetable Glycerin
    • Beeswax
    • Vitamin E
    • Limestone

     

    The benefits of cleansing with olive oil
    • Benefits of olive oil for diaperingOlive oil traps poops better than water (especially dry nap/overnight ones)
    • Oil naturally repels water so the skin is protected from wetness build up in the diaper 
    • Oily residues create a shield on the skin that protects it from being directly in direct contact with the next pee/poop
    • We select only the finest Extra Virgin Cold Press Olive Oil to make La Petite Creme - because quality matters when it comes to Olive Oil
    • That smell! It makes you travel to ancient Europe without leaving the nursery. 
    On the label: 
     

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    How to use La Petite Creme? (video)

    Check out our Tutorial page to learn how to use La Petite Creme to change a diaper. 

    How does it work with poop?

    La Petite Creme - Poopy diaperIt works the same for pee and poop. You would be surprised how well oil can trap poop (especially if it has dried overnight). 

    Simply apply the desired amount of lotion on a cotton pad or a washcloth and wipe your little's one bum with it until clean. 

    The residue of lotion that are remaining on the skin will protect against direct exposure with the next pee or poop.

    Do I need to clean first with water or a baby wipe and THEN apply the lotion?  

    No. The lotion is a cleanser AND a protective lotion 2-in-1. It is made a natural disinfectant, a natural healing ingredient and a natural moisturizer. Your baby's skin will be clean and disinfected without the risks of toxic chemicals. 

    How long does an 8 oz bottle last? 

    How long does it last - La Petite CremeIt depends on several factors - the age of your baby, the sensitivity of his skin, her specific pee/poop ratio - but here are some estimates: 
    • Newborn: 1 month
    • 6 months up: 1.5 month  
    The beauty of our lotion is that you only use what you need at each diaper change!

    Is it safe to use with Cloth Diaper? 

    Cloth Diaper Safe - La Petite CremeYes! La Petite Creme is designed to be use with either Cloth or Disposable diapers. 

    No leaking! No staining! No need to change your wash routine. 

     

     

     

     

     

    Is it safe to on preemies and newborns? 

    Yes! La Petite Creme is made with the most gentle of ingredients that are suitable for babies of all ages.
    Good for babies all ages 

    How to get the lotion at the bottom of the bottle? (video)

    Have you noticed how the consistency of your lotion varies with temperature? If you are having trouble getting the last drops at the bottom of the bottle, follow this simple trick: