Diaper Rash Help_: Tub wash

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, August 19, 2008 | 0 comments
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I love my diaper! by brendaamanda08Thanks to Sally for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Whenever my daughter had a diaper rash, I would have her sit in a tub of warm plain water every time I changed her. Then I would apply a diaper cream, and let her go in a diaper with no cover around the house. This always worked within a day.

BUT, if your baby just started solids, it could be a reaction to some food
and unless you stop that particular food, the rash may not go away. I would
either switch foods, go to plain rice cereal, or stop until the rash goes
away, hopefully in a day or so.

Good luck -- I hate seeing those little red buns!!



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