Diaper rash is a very common problem, no matter how doting a baby’s parents are, and no matter how diligently her other caregivers change her diapers. This is because a baby’s skin is much more delicate than adult skin. The acidity in urine and baby poop can easily and quickly irritate a baby’s skin. Brandless Diaper Rash Cream is one of the safest solutions on the market to remedy this common problem.
It’s important to know that a mild case of diaper rash can very quickly become a more serious medical issue to the baby. If diaper rash breaks the skin, the area can become raw and even bloody. This increases the chance for the area to get infected with bacteria or fungi. If the skin is broken, infection can even spread directly into the bloodstream. If you notice the baby running a fever when she has a diaper rash, you may want to have her checked out by a doctor, even if you are using Brandless Diaper Rash Cream.
Non-nano zinc oxide is the active ingredient in Brandless Diaper Rash Cream. The zinc oxide is a mild astringent that will help close and heal any breaks in the skin due to the diaper rash. Zinc oxide is also an antiseptic and will help clean the area and prevent infection. With zinc oxide based diaper rash treatments, it is important that the zinc oxide be “non-nano.” This term means that the particle size of the zinc oxide molecules are larger than 100 nanometers, and therefore, too large to be absorbed by the skin. This way, the zinc oxide stays in the protective layer of the cream where it is needed.
Brandless Diaper Rash Cream also contains coconut oil, shea butter, and avocado oil. These are all high quality skin oils that are gentle enough to be used on a baby’s delicate skin. They provide a barrier to moisture and acid from urine and baby poop. They also keep the baby poop from sticking to the skin so you don’t have to rub as hard to remove it. This can be especially helpful when dealing with a newborn baby or a bottle fed baby whose poop may be more sticky.
It’s important to use Brandless Diaper Rash Cream on a regular basis, even when there is no current sign of diaper rash. It’s always better to prevent diaper rash than wait until there are signs of diaper rash and then try to heal it. However, Brandless Diaper Rash Cream will also help heal a case of diaper rash so don’t fret too much. This too shall pass!
To apply the Brandless Diaper Rash Cream for the first time, first clean the area thoroughly. Be careful not to rub too much in the cleaning process as this can actually contribute to diaper rash. Allow to air dry or gently pat the area rather than rubbing it dry so it’s less abrasive to baby’s delicate skin. Next, apply a thick coat of Brandless Diaper Rash Cream to all affected areas or to any areas that have come in contact with urine and baby poop. A liberal coating will ensure full protection to the skin and will help prevent the diaper material from rubbing against the skin and irritating the skin or making the rash worse.
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