This Is How You AOO

Our All Over Ointment (lovingly referred to as AOO) is a balm for everything! The rich creamy formula is deeply moisturizing and never greasy. Made from plant-based extracts like beeswax, jojoba oil and honeysuckle AOO is safe for the littlest faces (and mamas too!).

Since our Ointment is such a do-it-all kind of product we wanted to hear how YOU use it in your home with your families! We polled our Instagram followers and found out all the different ways you AOO. Check it out, Mama!

Irritated Skin

“Used it on my super dry elbows this morning! Hubby uses it for razor burn.”

We love the idea of using AOO after shaving! Way to represent, #tubbytodddad!

Bathtime Staple

“After every bath!”

It is so important to keep up with a consistent skincare routine for your little ones, especially if they have sensitive skin! It’s easy to forget to treat skin when it’s looking its best but that is when problems can flare up. Use AOO on extra dry areas after our Everyday Lotion as a post-bath skincare ritual to keep your babe’s skin soft and smooth!

Diaper Cream

“At every diaper change so we don’t forget, to stay on top of problem areas.”

Yes, Mama! All Over Ointment works wonders as a diaper cream. Be sure to change baby as soon as possible once you notice their diaper is wet. Cleanse the area thoroughly and allow to dry (this step is important!). Then swipe on a liberal amount of AOO to soothe red, chapped or irritated skin.

Dry or Eczema-prone Skin

“Every day on my baby’s eczema and as a face moisturizer for me.”

AOO is not just for kiddos! Our formulas are safe and effective for everyone, age newborn to ninety. We love the All Over Ointment as a mama face cream to lock in that much-needed moisture!

All-over Moisture

“For my babe’s dry skin on face, legs and arms!

When we say All Over Ointment we mean ALL OVER OINTMENT! Every baby is different and sensitive skin can present in so many ways. Your little one might have dry skin on the back of their arms, bumpy texture on their face or eczema prone areas all over. AOO to the rescue!

Chapped Skin

“On my face (and kids) for chapped skin.”

Chapped skin be gone! Skin can be depleted by the elements, like wind and cold in the drier fall/winter months, and sun exposure or swimming in the summer. Jojoba oil and honeysuckle are known to calm chapped skin, while beeswax is used to condition and make skin stronger against the elements!

Wherever It’s Needed

“On my feet…and my baby! :)”

AOO is a superstar at treating dry, rough skin on feet or hands! You’ll be as soft as your baby in no time!

Mama Hands

“My daughter’s nightly skincare. I use the travel tubes after 12 hours of harsh soap and sanitizer as an RN.”

Every mama needs a little help with frequently washed hands, but nurse mamas most of all! Replenish after soap and sanitizer to replace oils and lock in moisture.

Harsh Temperatures

“Eery night and morning on my little! We live in Alaska and he has dry red cheeks so it helps a ton.”

Depending on where you live (hello, Alaska!), your skin might be in extra need of a strong barrier against the elements.

Baby Belly

“I rub it on my baby belly. No stretch marks so far and only four weeks to go!”

Way to go, Mama, you’re almost there! We love the idea of using AOO on that sweet baby bump, try our Mama Belly Oil to improve elasticity even further!


Shop All Over Ointment HERE, and tell us how you use it for your family in the comments below!

2 Comments
  1. I’ bought the AOO and I’m obsessed with it!! My baby girls skin looks amazing but she’s starting to get cradle cap and I was wondering exactly how I’m supposed to use it on her head…she has so much hair!!
    Thank you so much for this great product!!

    1. Hi there and thank you so much for your kind words! AOO is great for cradle cap prone skin even though it can make baby’s fine hair a little sticky, that’s why we recommend using it after bathtime, right before bed. Rub in a good layer on your baby’s head, it’s ok if it doesn’t absorb all the way. The All Over Ointment will soften all of those crusty flakes overnight, and you’ll wake up to find a noticeably softer, smoother baby! Brush out any residual flakes with a soft brush in the morning, and bathe her again if needed. Here’s a blog post if you’re interested! https://themamablog.com/four-steps-for-treating-cradle-cap/ Thanks so much for your support, Mama!

      xx, Team Tubby

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