How to get rid of nappy rash?
Nappy rash is very common almost for every baby because of their soft and sensitive skin. It can appear after a diarrhea because of mum’s rubbing and cleaning. Sometimes it appears after the changing of the diet. Also it may develop because of friction or the changing the washing detergents. However this problem will disturb your little sweaty baby, and he or she won’t be quiet and calm.
How the nappy rash can be avoided?
The first and the main thing is to change the nappies in time and always clean the baby’s skin. Each time while changing the nappies use the cream or powder. Let the baby’s skin breathe as much as it possible. It will be good for baby’s skin heal the rash quickly.
What to do if your baby has the nappy rash?
The only answer is to treat it. You should visit your pediatrician to receive the recommendations concerning the treatment of your baby’s nappy rash. He or she may offer you to try one of the creams containing zinc which can be bought at the pharmacy. Do not forget to moisture it on the baby’s injured areas every time changing the nappies. Also wash the genital areas. You may also use protective ointment or a baby powder not forgetting to consult the doctor concerning the allergic reactions. Don’t use too tight nappies in case to give the skin to breathe. If you follow all the instructions your baby’s nappy rash will normally disappear in two or three days.
How to treat the nappy rash in home conditions?
There are a lot of remedies for baby nappy rashes. And lots of parents try keeping them. Before trying the alternative treatment try our ancestors’ remedies.
First: take usual flour and brown it in the pan, then sprinkle it on the injured areas of your baby.
Second: boil virgin olive oil on the water bath, cold it and moister the nappy rash.
Third: you may bathe you child in the bath of herbs, like chamomile.
Fourth: you may even use cornstarch as a powder.
Fifth: do the fresh aloe vera juice and try it in the form of application.
Try to keep all these recommendations and your baby will feel better.