5 of the best nappy rash solutions
Having a red raw bottom is no fun for anyone. Especially when it leads to constant crying and restlessness. No, I’m not talking about your husband’s Speedo chaffing, I’m talking about your little bubba’s nasty nappy rash. Seeing your baby in pain is hard and knowing that the discomfort stems from a particularly sensitive place makes it even harder. So to help stop the tears (from both you and your little one), try using the following super-soothing solutions.
BEST NAPPY RASH SOLUTION #1 Johnson's® baby DESITIN® RAPID RELIEF™
“I've tried so many products for my baby's nappy rash but was given DESITIN by my neighbour. It worked within a few hours. Her wounds had closed up and her skin was not as red or irritated. I use it everyday now. Its thick so it works well and doesn't wipe off once the nappy is on.” –Angelina125
BEST NAPPY RASH SOLUTION #2 APIVITA ECO-BIO Baby Barrier Cream with Calendula & Zinc Oxide
Nobody wants to try and dress a slippery or sticky baby so a cream that absorbs quickly will always make the top of our list. APIVITA’s ECO-BIO Baby Barrier Cream contains high purity zinc oxide meaning it will sink easily into your baby’s skin, leaving it soft and protected.
BEST NAPPY RASH SOLUTION #3 Curash Anti Rash Powder
“I used Curash with all of my five babies whenever they broke out in a nappy rash, it worked every time, without fail and the rashes were generally cleared by the next day.”- Katie
BEST NAPPY RASH SOLUTION #4 Burt’s Bee Baby Bee Diaper Ointment
If you prefer to use natural products on your baby, this little miracle tube will be your lifesaver. The combination of sweet almond oil, beeswax and vitamins A and E will keep your baby’s bottom protected, while calming and conditioning their delicate skin.
BEST NAPPY RASH SOLUTION #5 Absolutely Gorgeous Healing Baby Balm
“This is quite a pricey baby balm, but does quite a good job at soothing bub’s sore bottom. I love that this product is organic and the scent smells very natural and fresh like a garden. The formula works well at sticking to the skin to provide a clean barrier against bacteria.” -Candyfairy
Have you tried any of the above products? How did you soothe your baby’s nappy rash?