My first daughter developed eczema when she was only a few months old, and it seemed that almost everything would make her scratch. It felt like I had tried everything to help soothe her eczema but nothing seemed to help. After discovering that I had to change her diet, I started to examine almost everything she came in contact with. I then started to inspect the different ingredients in store bought products, as well as the corticosteroid creams prescribed. I didn’t want any of that on my children so I decided to research how to create my own products with natural ingredients. After doing a lot of research, I finally created: a soothing balm – to help soothe itchy and irritated skin; a diaper balm – safe and gentle for cloth diapers, as well as effective against those terrible diaper rashes; and a lotion – to help moisturize the driest skin conditions. I have hand-picked only the best ingredients for you and your baby’s delicate skin. I hope to help other families as they struggle to help soothe their skin too.
Erin Wray, Creator
A wife, and mother of two girls. I live in Kelowna, BC. I enjoy raising my girls here in the beautiful Okanagan weather. I enjoy being a mom, crafting and DIY projects. Because I love creating things myself, I was very intrigued to make my own skincare products for my family. After giving birth to my first daughter I wanted only the best for my new little baby. Once you have a tiny baby who relies on you to take care of them, you only want the best for them. So I only wanted to use the best for their skincare. After a lot of research and trial and error I made my own lotion, soothing balm and diaper balm, in my very own kitchen. I was so proud of myself that I made something that was starting to help soothe her itchy skin. Originally it was just a thought to create my own products for my family. However, after learning how many other people are suffering with skin irritations like eczema, I decided to create my own little business and see where that could take me. Then Nu.Babee was created.