Jan 15, 2011

Diapers Rash Care

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I do not think there are babies who do not wear diapers. The first few months until he was able to dispose of their own water, diapers become part of his life. Moreover, infants can not control his bladder, so a day can urinate up to a dozen times.

Currently available are two types of diapers on the market, namely disposable nappies (diapers) and cloth diapers. Although cloth diapers are still widely used, but the today’s mothers would rather choose diapers for reasons of practicality. Besides not need to be washed, disposable diapers possess large absorption and not easily separated.

The problem that parents often worry about due to the use of diaper is diaper rash. From the name implies, diaper rash is an inflammation in the diaper-covered area, such as around the genitals, buttocks and inner groin.

Diaper rash is often experienced by infants aged less than a year. Usually accompanied by redness and itching blisters. This condition occurs because of bacteria and ammonia in feces and urine of infants. Both these substances can harm and irritate baby's skin.

The remains of urine and stools also make baby's skin wet and humid which makes itch. Friction in the itching is causing irritation and diaper rash eventually happen.   Plastic layer contained in disposable diapers also often cause moisture, because there was no air circulation.

However, cloth diapers can also lead to diaper rash.  Cloth diapers actually have a low absorption, so that the baby's skin becomes moist and if left can cause skin irritation.

What parents should know, babies produce relatively fewer sweat than adult.   As a result, more easily distracted changes in temperature and humidity in the vicinity. Baby's skin to be more susceptible to irritant materials, as well as against infection.  Diaper rash can be prevented in many ways, the main thing is to change the diaper soon after the child's bowel movements.

Every change a diaper, the skin should be cleaned with running water and dried before applying a new diaper.  Before wearing diapers, apply Boudreaux's Butt Paste on the buttocks and groin area to avoid friction and irritation. This rash care was specifically formulated by a pharmacist with direction from a respected pediatrician to provide effective diaper rash care. Pediatrician recommended that this product are goes on and cleans off easily, available in convenient sizes,  flip top cap (tubes), handy travel size, and pleasant scent. Fortunately, you can get free sample of butt paste visiting their website.

I always run that old ritual, and the result is my child has never experienced a rash from wearing diapers.  Also, do not let your baby wear a diaper about 15-30 minutes a day. Not recommended to use disposable diapers all day. 

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