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Tips For Treating Diaper Rash Naturally


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Tips For Treating Diaper Rash Naturally By Carrie Lauth

No parent likes to see their little one in pain and unfortunately, diaper rashes can cause your baby to cry, scratch and complain. Many conventional diaper rash creams offer little or no treatment, and can actually cause the rash to become worse, especially if they contain questionable ingredients that are inappropriate for baby skin. If there is broken skin, the diaper rash ointment can get under the skin and irritate it. It also masks the problem and leaves the bottom area still moist under the diaper. Instead, the rash should be taken care of in a natural manner that is safe for baby and gentle. When you change the baby’s diaper, switch to using a moist (with water only) baby washcloth to cleanse your baby’s bottom instead of baby wipes, which often contain drying and irritating ingredients. If you’re on the run, you can carry some wet washcloths in a baggie. Look for washcloths made with unbleached, organic cotton, if possible. If this is too difficult, then at least look for hypoallergenic wipes that are unscented and that do not have preservatives and alcohols but that use essential oils and botanicals. Prepare a bath with colloidal oatmeal. You can make your own oatmeal bath by grinding oats finely in the blender or Vita-Mix and then putting them in the bath either straight up or in a muslin tea bag (less mess). You can also find products at the health food store that contain colloidal oatmeal that helps reduce the inflammation and itchiness of the rash. Make sure the bath is nice and warm, but not too hot. Let your baby play in the water about 10-15 minutes. In the bath, be sure to only use unscented products with no perfumes or dyes. You want to be gentle with baby’s skin and only use products that won’t irritate the skin with fragrances and dyes. When the bath is done, rinse your baby off with warm water and pat dry carefully. After the bath, and after each diaper change until the rash has healed, allow your baby to be naked for as long as possible. This allows the rash to be exposed to air and begin the healing process, naturally. When the diaper is on, it only blocks bacteria and moisture back into the skin, which doesn’t allow the skin to breathe. During this “naked time” you can do several things. You can either leave your baby naked, or if you are afraid of him or her peeing on furniture, you can use a clean, cotton cloth to create your own diaper, the way diapers used to be put on. Or if you happen to have reusable cotton diapers, use one
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of those instead. At the end of the naked time, apply a diaper rash cream made from botanical ingredients. Put on the diaper loosely and check often to see if they need to be changed. Depending on the severeness of the rash, you should see a visible improvement within one to three days time. If you are concerned the diaper rash has worsened or is not diaper rash at all, be sure to call the baby's health care provider to see what steps must be taken next. If the diaper rash is constantly reoccurring, consider switching to chlorine-free, fragrance-free and hypoallergenic diapers instead, or cloth diapers. Incidentally cloth diapered babies get fewer episodes of diaper rash in the first place. If you're already using cloth, try removing the waterproof cover for as long as possible and simply letting baby wear a pinned on prefold for maximum air circulation. Carrie Lauth is a homeschooling mom of 4 and the host of, a free weekly internet talk radio show and podcast for families doing things the natural way. For more free tips on raising a baby naturally, visit

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Home Remedies For Diaper Rash By Sharon Hopkins

Baby's skin is the most sensitive and soft. At some time or another, most of babies do come down with diaper rashes despite our efforts to prevent them As the name implies, diaper rash is what appears in the area covered by a diaper. And almost every baby is affected by diaper rash at least once. For some it is rare occurrence, while for some babies, diaper rash is quite a frequent unwelcome guest. The common cause of diaper rash is that the diaper area is usually covered 24 hours with a diaper; that is often wet and messy as urine mixes with feces. The warm moist setting is just perfect for diaper rash eruption. Diaper rashes happen irrespective of whether your baby is wearing a disposable or cloth nappy. Preventing diaper rash - Change diapers as soon as they get wet and messy. - Wash and dry baby's bottom, paying special attention to creases and skin folds at each change. - Avoid using too much pressure or scrubbing to the bottom of the baby. Wipe or pat gently. - Wipe from front to back, as you will avoid transferring bacteria to the genital area. - Dont tie or secure the diaper too tightly. Allow some room for air to flow inside. - Avoid using harsh or perfumed soaps while washing cloth diapers. - Avoid plastic diaper covers. - Rinse cloth diapers thoroughly with very hot water. - Change your baby's diaper frequently Let your baby go bare bottom from 15min-30 min a few times a day. Exposing the baby's skin to air is a natural way to healing. Home remedy for treatment of diaper rash - Wash the baby's bottom with running tap water after every bowel movement to give diaper rash relief. - Dab dry rash area with a soft cloth and apply Vaseline or any rash-free creams or gel. - Put some oatmeal in the bath water. Keep swishing the water around the area that has the diaper rash for about 15 minutes. - Mix corn starch & Vaseline to make a paste. Put it on the rash and rash will be gone by the next diaper change unless it is really bad. - Generously rub the lanolin oil over affected area. The lanolin forms a waxy coating over the area allowing it to heal and not become re-irritated with every diaper - Pour milk of magnesia all over the rash and next diaper change, the rash will be almost healed. Use until rash is disappears. - Wash the baby’s bottom with warm water and dry it very good. Take vegetable oil and pour it in your hand. Then apply it to the diaper rash. - Put plenty of Vaseline on baby and diaper. This forms a waterproof layer between baby's skin and diaper. Remove Scars, stretch marks, cellulite, reshape body, weight loss naturally. Page 3

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The reader of this article should exercise all precautions while following instructions on the recipes from this article. Avoid using if you are allergic to something. The responsibility lies with the reader, not the site, and the writer. Sharon Hopkins manages that provides information on home based remedies. Diaper rash are the most common for any new born. Try these remedies to relieve your infant from diaper rash.

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