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Diaper Rash Cures

Diaper rash cures are top of the mind for any parent who sees their child suffering with a diaper rash. While mild diaper rash is common, severe or persistent diaper rashes could be the sign of an infection. Before treating a diaper rash it is important to talk to your doctor. Finding diaper rash cures is often pretty simple.

Baby skin is sensitive, and some babies are much more sensitive than others. Urine and feces are both very irritating to the skin – and moisture and friction just make the problem worse. For some infants, dyes, perfumes and chemicals in disposable diapers are the culprit. For these babies, switching to cloth diapers can often bring much-needed relief and cure diaper rash. If moisture is the problem and frequent changing is not enough, a breathable cloth diaper can often make all the difference.

The key is to keep baby’s skin dry and clean. A simple warm water wash at every diaper change can work wonders just by removing irritants from the skin. Pat skin dry gently with a soft cloth – don’t rub as it may irritate skin further.

Fresh air is another time-tested diaper rash cure. Simply allow baby to sleep or play on a blanket with no diaper on. For older, more mobile babies, you may need to keep them busy in an easy to clean floor. If that doesn’t work try a simple cloth diaper with no cover to catch pee and then change them as fast as it gets wet.

If your baby gets repeated rashes, talk to your doctor about the possibility of food allergies or other health issues that may be at the root of the problem. These simple diaper rash cures are often all that is needed to see baby happy again.

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