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Jun 07, 2010


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Yeah... we tried every rash cream and combo of rash creams out there (including several very similar to that recipe) to get rid of younger dd's chronic mild but still uncomfortable diaper rash and none of them actually got rid of it long term, she was always rasy at at least one change a day. The solution? Cloth diapers. :) Turns out she reacts to the chemicals and non-breathability of the sposies.


I was going to suggest cloth diapers as well! We were putting Aveeno diaper cream on DD at every diaper change, prevenitively, and I worried that if I couldn't do that with cloth diapers (b/c cloth diapers and diaper cream do not mix!) DD would have major rash issues. BUT, not a single rash since we started CDing! :)


My eldest son has really sensitive skin, gets rashy pretty easily, and can only wear the cheap huggies or luvs without irritation. The thing that I found that works best for his diaper rash is Lansinoh diaper rash ointment (I've so far only seen it at BabiesRUs or ToysRUs).
Thankfully my 10-month old doesn't have as sensitive skin and hasn't had any type of diaper rash (yet anyway).


There's a product called Super Duper Diaper Doo. I've only seen it online but it has taken away all diaper rashes (including those caused by antibiotics) in less than a day.


The best advice I ever had for getting rid of nappy (diaper) rash was to let the child have a bare bum for an hour or so a day. Just put an old blanket on the ground to catch any accidents. The air drying helps to prevent fungal infections setting in, and general irritations are limited by the skin being dry and not rubbed and then having a bit of time to heal. Also when babies are very young their skin may have a zinc deficiency, so a zinc-based barrier cream can be helpful. Also, of course, the cream creates a barrier between the skin and the moisture.

Rachel O.

I just tried this for the first time and the results were fantastic! Thanks for posting!


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