Diaper Rash Remedies

Diaper Rashes. All babies get them. Some get them worse than others. So here are a couple remedies to help you get rid of your baby’s rash as fast as possible.

We use “desetin” which has zinc oxide as the active ingredient. Buy that and a box of corn starch, mix them into a sticky creamcheese like paste and coat the entire rash in that. With the new diaper open pour in a bunch more corn starch and close it up. Check every hour. As soon as you notice she pees or poops, pull it off and clean her up. Leave her naked for an hour if you can and repeat.

Then at night add a couple ounces of white vinegar to the bath full of water. DO NOT USE too much or it will make the baby cry. Let them soak their butt in it for 15 minutes or so. For a full baby bath we only add about one or two ounces, you’ll know if you put too much because your baby will call you a jerk as soon as their tush touches the water.

Clean and dry baby.

Then use desetin and corn starch paste again with another layer of corn starch after applied. Change diaper about half way through night. Should be gone in two days maybe three no matter how bad the rash is. Good luck!


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Elisha Jakeman
    Feb 12, 2013 @ 09:20:23

    Few things are actually more perfect than a baby’s soft, smooth skin. However, due to the fact that it is so delicate and tender, that sweet skin can be susceptible to diaper rash, a moderate inflammation of the skin that induces redness about the diaper area.The majority of instances of diaper rash are triggered by too much dampness and friction. While diaper rashes are usually not serious, they do create unpleasantness for your child. Presently there are a number of diaper rash remedies available for use in your home. Discover which ones work for your infant.Diaper rash often tends to develop in older kids, around 9 months and up. That’s when older babies urinate more, which saturates the diapers and makes the skin damp. Furthermore, older babies have started to consume solid foods, and the varied acids they generate in their urine may result in diaper rash…

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