This is a sponsored post written by me in partnership with Acorn Influence and Pampers UnderJams. All opinions are my own.
I am so glad to be done with potty training. It can be a real trial for some families. Daytime went pretty good from the beginning with the girls, but overnight took quite a while longer. I think that’s pretty common though.
If I had known much about certain natural remedies back then, I would have used them with the girls overnight while potty training.
I have heard so many success stories using this natural remedy for bedwetting. And it’s simple too, which is awesome.
Natural Bed Wetting Essential Oil Blend
Ingredients and Supplies
- 10 mL glass roller bottle
- 15-20 drops Cypress essential oil
- 15-20 drops Balance essential oil blend
- Fractionated coconut oil
- Add 15-20 drops each of Cypress and Balance Blend to your roller bottle, then then top the rest off with fractionated coconut oil (or another liquid carrier oil).
- Place the roller ball into the bottle, then cap with the lid. Shake the bottle to combine the oils.
- At bedtime each night, shake up the bottle, then roll the blend over your child’s abdomen. You can rub it in, or just let it absorb naturally.
- It can take a few weeks to start seeing results.
This method has worked for everyone I know that has tried it. However, I know it can be nerve wracking worrying about your child wetting the bed.
I found it easier to keep them in something like Pampers UnderJams when we were still having night time accidents. That’s something you might want to do while you’re trying out this natural remedy for bed wetting.
Did you know that 15% of kids still wet the bed at age 5 and up to 10% still wet the bed at age 7?
UnderJams are a great choice for older kids that are still wetting the bed because they have a low waist, so only your child will know they’re wearing them.
They also are made with ComfortWear, which is a cloth-like material so they’re more comfortable than some other options, and they have a NightLock ultra-absorbent core so they can hold a lot of moisture.
Want to learn more about bedwetting?
You can watch videos and read articles with helpful insights from Moms who are leading pediatricians – who have dealt with their own children suffering from bedwetting – on PampersUnderJams.com.