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There are now many ways to help your little one get relief and to cure it fast.

There are now many ways to help your little one get relief and to cure it fast.

Diaper Rash Remedies

For women who have kids, seeing your little one with a diaper rash can be hard. It hurts the child and red and raw.  Your little one’s bottom feels awful and they are uncomfortable.

There are now many ways to help your little one get relief and to cure it fast.

What is Diaper Rash?

Diaper rash affects many babies and is an inflammation of the skin. The environment of a diaper, moist, wet and loaded with bacteria, is the perfect breeding grounds for diaper rash to start. There are other factors that can contribute to the flare of a diaper rash and can include humid and hot weather, poor washing of diapers ( if you use cloth ones) and skin allergies. Infrequent diaper changes can also lead to diaper rash.

Diaper rash is what happens when there is an extended exposure to a moist diaper or has stool in it. There are plenty of natural home remedies that can be used to get rid of diaper rash. All of these methods are safe and effective.

Remedies to Cure Diaper Rash

Say Goodbye to the Diaper A diaper can keep moisture in and against baby’s bottom. A diaper that is soiled with urine or stool is the perfect breeding spot for a diaper rash to pop up, causing much discomfort to your baby. By letting your baby run around diaper less whenever possible, you are eliminating the chance of diaper rash.

Change Diapers Often If it’s not possible to let you baby go diaper less, you should change them often. Keeping your baby dry is a great way to prevent diaper rashes. Once you notice a poopy diaper,change it immediately.

Stay Away From Commercial Baby Wipes Some baby wipes that can be bought in the store can have chemicals that can irritate your child’s skin. The best way to clean your child is with a little warm water and a mild soap.
Use a washcloth that is soft for cleaning your baby’s diaper area. If your child already has a rash, it might be best to skip the soap.

Put on a Protective Barrier Many doctors will tell you to put on a diaper rash cream when there is diaper rash present. You can use diaper rash creams on healthy skin and it acts as a barrier to prevent rashes from occurring.If a rash is present, only apply a thin layer of ointment to the area. This will allow air to hit the area and heal it faster.