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Nellies Baby Barrier Cream
Nappy Rash Appearance
Nappy Rash is extremely common with babies, especially when they are teething. It is very unsettling for the baby and can lead to irritability and general unhappiness. The skin in the nappy area will look red and inflamed, and may appear to be either dry or moist, blotchy or pimply.
If Nappy Rash is left untreated it can lead to more serious complications such as fungal or bacterial infections, and even burns, from acid urine coming into contact with tender and inflamed skin.
What Causes Nappy Rash?
The main cause of Nappy Rash is contact with the skin of urine and/or faeces in the nappy area. Young babies urinate and defecate (wee and pooh) very often and even using the most absorbent nappies can still leave some moisture on the babies delicate new skin, which can cause irritation.
Possibly the BEST Nappy Rash Treatment
As a Pharmacist of 30 years experience and having four children myself, I have seen first hand which products and methods work the best. I believe that I have formulated the most effective product for preventing and treating Nappy Rash with The Nellies Baby Barrier Cream (Don't be confused by the name! This is not a contraceptive but an extremely effective treatment and preventer of Nappy Rash).
This Nappy Rash Cream has a zinc base which acts as a protective barrier over the inflamed area as well as other ingredients which provide antiseptic, cooling, and drying effects thus giving very soothing relief for the baby whilst healing the rash at the same time.
We have had tremendous success with this Nappy Rash Treatment in treating bedsores and incontinence rash so it is definitely worth a try.
General Nappy Rash Treatment
It is important to change the nappy as often as possible, and as soon as possible after they have done a wee or a pooh. Very gently clean the skin with warm water or fragrance-free and alcohol-free wipes, pat the skin dry and then gently dab on Nellies Baby Barrier Cream It is recommended that you apply the Nellies Baby Barrier Cream up to THREE times a day.
Give your baby as much nappy-free time as possible, and try giving your baby some water (boiled and cooled) in between feeds so that it can dilute the urine and decrease the acidity against the skin
If the Nappy Rash does not clear within three to four days then seek medical advice
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