If you’re a mum, has your child suffered from nappy rash? What products do you use to treat it? Have you tried any of these seven?
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I can attest to the effectiveness of the Curash powder. Of course, the best solution is to prevent it happening in the first place. I always powdered with baby cornstarch powder to keep her bottom dry and of course, a little nudie time is always good too, just make sure you lay them on an absorbent towel.
Good tips, I have heard good things about Avenno as a brand
I would like to try the baby bath soak! i love a good bath!
Every baby's skin is different - my older daughter needed a barrier cream all the time for her nappy rash, but the younger one didn't need anything. Sudocrem is good - I only wish it came in a tube (tub or pot = ick).
curash and suddocream where recommended by the midwife
Good products to keep in mind for future use.
12 days ago I became a very proud nana of a very cute little boy, thank you for this article it will come in veryhandyI'm sure:)))
Good to see so many nappy rash creams on the market - heaps more than when I was in the market for them! I'd be grabbing the Burts Bees Powder - so close to 100% natural.
sudo cream is amazing for any skin condition
My mum used sudocream on me and all my sisters, it's also great for things like dry skin and eczema!
I love how natural baby products are so readily available
As a mum of two my brood have never had nappy rash as I only use gentle products on the nappy area. Sudocrem is good as a barrier cream for prevention.
Paw Paw cream is really good too.
When my kids were babies, I used the Sudocrem when they had nappy rash. Prevention is better than cure and I have learnt that to minimize nappy rash use disposable nappies that draw moisture away from babies bottom. Cloth nappies and some cheap disposable nappies just seem to feed nappy rash because poor bub has wee on skin, the nappies don't draw the liquid away.
Using a barrier cream and letting bub kick about without a nappy is good for their skin.
I am sure we are getting close to the arrival of Laura and partner's bub. Such an exciting time, I am excited for you both. A wedding and a baby, how fantastic is that.
GAIA Natural Baby products are really good.
I had used sudocrem and it was good for certain types of nappy rash. What I love the most though was the Brauer Nappy Rash Cream - my baby was eczema prone as well as having nappy rash sometimes and I found this the best, gentlest and most effective for her.
I wouldnt know, but I am sure all the mums do.
I like sudocream and Lucas paw paw ointment as nappy rash soothers. I tried the gaia one and it burnt my poor little boys bum, it was red and hot and he was screaming after using it.
I used pawpaw cream but if it continues I use one from the chemist which stop or kill the bacteria, I can't remember the name.
DESITIN Cream - omg this is one of the best out there - my girl had severe nappy rash due to a sickness she contracted fom daycare and the high levels of acid in her poop made her skin raw, Desitin cream is 40%zinc oxide and the others sit at around 20% - it creates a barrier for the skin and starts to heal it without allowing further contact from pee etc getting in and so the rash lasts miminal time and i use it every nappy change and she has not had a drop of a rash since - i recommend this as a MUST HAVE for any mumma or pappa that has kids ......
Johnsons do a powder also that works a treat.
I work in childcare and we always use the curash and sudocream. Very good these two
Great to see so many useful baby products and so many of them are natural too. Glad to see the Burt's Bees range.