#BeloBaby Talc-Free Powder Review plus Giveaway

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I started using baby powder every diaper change when my son turned six months old. The contents of the baby powder I used weren’t really my concern until my little one started coughing every morning. His doctor found out it was an allergy and a hundred percent sure it was because of the powder. I am very meticulous when it comes to the cleanliness of the entire house especially in our room so dirt and dust could not be the reason. His pediatrician advised to not use powder with talc. I had trouble finding a talc-free powder to use so I just use cream instead. Although it wasn’t convenient to me, I had no choice.

So, what is talc? Talc, as a powder, absorbs moisture well and helps lessen friction, making it useful in keeping the skin dry and in preventing diaper rash. It is a clay mineral with the chemical formula from the elements magnesium, silicon, and oxygen. An ingredient that has been a subject of debate and lawsuits in the US because of its supposed link to cancer. One good reason to choose a talc-free powder. Although reports regarding health issues with products containing talc have unclear findings, prevention is still better than cure.

Even though there are talc-free powders here in the Philippines, it’s still hard to find one you can trust. It’s a good thing now, there’s BELO BABY TALC-FREE POWDER that is all-natural with 0% harmful chemicals.

Belo Baby Talc-free PowderBenefits:

  • Made from certified natural and finely milled rice and maize
  • Carefully formulated without talc
  • No harmful chemicals
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Dermatologist – tested

Having a very active toddler means there’s a much-needed help in keeping his skin dry especially on his back and this product brings me in peace. My son is not fond of anything that needs to be applied on his body especially during a diaper change. So I was actually expecting he’d resist when I tried applying the powder. For the first time, he didn’t say ‘Done, mommy’, but instead asked for more.

Belo Baby Talc-Free PowderBelo Baby Talc-free powder also comes in a very cute packaging that already includes a soft puff. It’s actually handy and travel-wise. Not to exaggerate but I immediately fell in love with its scent. It smells so good and fresh. A little sweet and it doesn’t just go away. It does the same job with other baby powders in the market (if not all, most), except that this one has no Talc and is all-natural. That alone makes me feel safe and secured especially for my son.

I was honestly tempted to use this one on my face too. I am not a powder user ever since because I have a sensitive skin and easily breaks out. But I can’t say no to this. I did and I like how kind this is to my skin. No breakouts. No any kinds of pimples. I am actually planning now to get one for myself too. A PhP 219.75 for a 65g is so worth it.

This talc-free powder from Belo Baby is indeed crafted with care for the most delicate skin, for the most meticulous moms. Will I recommend this? Big YES! This is good to include in your regimen with taking care of your kids. I actually just say ‘Hi’ to my new daily partner in keeping my little one fresh all the time. Will you?

Belo Baby is launching this talc-free powder this month (May) and is now available in leading supermarkets and department stores nationwide. You can also buy now here: and enjoy FREE delivery until May 31 with a minimum purchase. Aside from that great news, Belo Baby is also giving away gift packs to three (3) of my lucky readers. Sweet and exciting, right? To know how you can win one of the Belo Baby Talc-free powder gift packs, just check the mechanics below. Winners will be announced on May 31. Good luck!

Giveaway Mechanics:

  1. Like The Cheryl F  and Belo Baby Facebook page.
  2. Follow ME (@thecherylf) and Belo Baby (@belobabylove) on Instagram.
  3. Follow ME (@TheCherylF) and Belo Baby (@belobabylove) on Twitter.
  4. Comment your name and your social media accounts you used to like/follow.

For more information about Belo Baby Talc-Free Powder, you may visit or check their social media accounts.


  1. Kristine Pelayo Reply

    FB NAME :Kristine Pelayo
    IG NAME : @mylifekianjeff
    twiiter: @kristinepelayo

  2. Jennifer L Javellana Reply

    Name:Jennifer L Javellana Facebook:Jennifer L Javellana Ig name:@jenniferjavellana twitter:@chinesejeng

  3. Melai Pacer Reply

    joined hope to win for my little one.

    Melanie Pacer
    fb : Melai Pacer
    IG : @mielaimiel
    twitter : @melaipacer

  4. I never knew that babies can be allergic to baby powder that contains talc. Thanks for sharing this Baby Belo talc-free powder offer, is such a great opportunity.

  5. Jeffrey Agustin Reply

    fb name :Jeffrey Agustin
    twitter: @jagus2813
    IG name : @jagus2813

  6. I totally agree that prevention is better than a cure. I have very sensitive skin so a talc-free product would be my first go to as well. Although this is for babies, I’m sure it would be helpful to many adults.

  7. I stopped using baby powder altogether Because of the issue with talc. Good to have access to a good talc-free powder!

  8. I love how everyone is starting to shift to more natural products. I will always aim to stay natural 100%

  9. I didn’t know there was a talc free powder before, I am loving the benefits and sound of this talc free baby powder.

  10. Ann Margot Gabris Reply

    Ann Margot Gabris
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    IG: @seksichikiting
    Twitter: @seksichikiting

  11. All of this brings me back to when my daughter was younger. I remember needing all of these things. It seems like it was yesterday but it was really nine years ago which seems crazy.

  12. Aldrin Montierro Reply

    Name: Aldrin Montierro
    FB: Aldrin Montierro
    IG: @abmontierro
    Twitter: @abmontierro

  13. Roxane Cabile-Montierro Reply

    Roxane Cabile-Montierro
    FB: Roxane Cabile-Montierro
    IG: @rcmontierro
    Tw: @roxanemontierro

  14. Love the packaging of the powder. So cute. Baby powder has many different uses, and just because it says baby on the packaging, doesn’t mean adult can’t use it too. I also used baby powder on my son when he was a baby. Keeps everything nice and dry.

  15. Wonderful little find for your precious one! Don’t have any of my own, but ill be mentioning this product to the mamas I know!

  16. Fe Marcelino Reply

    Thank you for such a wonderful introduction to this product! Can’t wait to try it!
    Fb: Fe Cjas
    Ig: @fe_cjas
    Twitter: @fe_0424

  17. angelie Namindang Reply

    Name : Angelie Namindang
    FB : Angelie Namindang
    IG : @angeliecuna
    Twitter : @cunaangelie

  18. Emilie Udasco Reply

    Joined! Followed all the mechanics! 🙂

    FB: Emilie Canapi Prades
    IG: @eliecious
    Twitter: @Eliecious

  19. This sounds like a great product! I will recommend it to
    my friend who is expecting a baby.

  20. marc romyr Reply

    Fb: Marc Romyr
    Twitter: @ptmjr
    Ig: macarkie9

    Btw thanks for the Blog bout Baby Belo talc-free.
    Now i know whats best for my daughter. Will expect More upcoming and exciting blogs from yours. Thanks mam Che!

  21. Arselyn de Guzman-Intoy Reply

    Name and FB name: Arselyn de Guzman-Intoy
    IG and twitter: @zophiecute

  22. Giselle Mendoza Reply

    FB:Giselle Mendoza

  23. Sana manalo ako para sa anak ko 🙂

    FB : Joanne Gonzales-Tagros
    IG : @zowanderer
    Twitter : @zoan721

  24. I did not use baby powder when my son was 1 yr old below because I’m afraid that it will lead to a cough. When I saw the photo, I also like the cute packaging and I agree, you can bring it anywhere. Though I find the price a little bit expensive compared to other baby powder though I’m not sure if it is talc-free too.

  25. Gel Sarmiento
    FB: Gel Sarmiento
    IG: @sarmgel
    Twitter: Angelyna Sarm

  26. I haven’t tried this new Belo Baby product, but would want to. My little man perspires a lot and I believe this talc-free powder would help keep my son feeling fresh and dry. Plus I have tried other products of the same brand and I love the scent.

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