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What Causes Diaper Rash?

Diaper rash is a common skin irritation in babies and is characterized by a bright red rash on your baby’s bottom. There are many causes of diaper rash, including but not limited to: irritation from stool or urine; diapers that chafe or fit too tightly; a skin reaction to a new product such as a different brand of baby wipes; and sensitive skin.

How to Treat Diaper Rash

Diaper rash treatment is usually accomplished at home by applying an over the counter diaper rash cream to the affected skin. During treatment, you should change your baby’s diapers more often and consider air drying your baby’s skin more frequently. If your baby’s rash does not clear up in a few days, you should contact your child’s pediatrician. If you notice any of the following symptoms, have your baby examined by a doctor as soon as possible: a worsening rash despite home treatment; any bleeding, itching, or oozing; or an accompanying fever.

Diaper rash ointment works as a barrier between your baby’s irritated skin and the urine, sweat, stool, and diaper material that could further inflame the rash. Diaper rash cream is usually formulated with either petroleum or zinc-oxide. You can talk to your doctor about which of these diaper rash remedies is best, or try both and see which your baby’s skin responds to the most positively. Before applying diaper rash cream, be sure that your baby’s skin is dry. Then slather on a thick, even layer of product, being careful not to rub too harshly. During changes, you don’t need to worry too much about getting all of the product off – being gentle with your baby’s skin is the most important thing!

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