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Can't Live Without It: Baby Pibu

Can't Live Without It: Baby Pibu

 It's been one million years since my last Can't Live Without It post but we've finally solved Gray's eczema issue and I feel the need to shout it from the rooftops.

Gray has had eczema on the backs of his legs for as long as I can remember - it gets worse in the heat, if fabric rubs against (no skinny jeans for this kid) or if the we use the wrong bath products. We've tried everything from basic Johnson and Johnson to prescription creams and pediatrician recommended bath and skin lines. And yes, we've tried Honest too, but nothing worked. It got particularly bad over the summer and I felt terrible that we couldn't seem to keep it in check - and then my mom came to the rescue (as mom's always do). 

Can't Live Without It: Baby Pibu

 She came to town and brought with her the Baby Pibu brand Pibu's Bathtime Wash and within 48 hours every single red, dry, patchy spot on my sweet babe was gone. We were so excited that we might have found something that worked that I looked into any and all Baby Pibu products. Thankfully, I remembered that I had received the Baby Pibu gift set from my cousin when Gray was born so I dug that out and we immediately began using the sunscreen, baby butter, hydrating ointment (made specifically for eczema) and I can't tell you how much better his skin is. And most importantly, it's stayed clear. No more rashes, no more flare ups.

As a heads up, this line can be super hard to get your hands on in a store - if you make the switch, be prepared to order online!

P.S. Can't Live Without It posts are never sponsored, just a way for me to share the things I love. 


  1. Thank you for this! My daughter has excema on the inside of her knees and nothing seems to make it go away. I can't wait to try this.

    1. I hope it works for your sweet girl! Keep me posted!!

  2. I'm so glad you found a way to help him! We have olive skin around here, so a babe with eczema would be quite the anomaly, but I'm gonna keep this in mind just in case.

  3. I completely get that as a fellow rocker of an olive complexion! My babe got my Husband's fair skin and he's trying to guide me in the ways of caring for a fair complected offspring :-) I will say that the moisturizing butters aren't greasy and are deeply hydrating so keep those in mind for our winter skin! xo!


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