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Preventing Diaper Rash

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The best way to prevent diaper rash is by keeping your baby’s skin as dry and clean as possible and changing diapers often so that feces and urine won’t irritate the skin. The plastic that prevents diapers from leaking also prevents air circulation, thus creating a warm, moist environment where rashes and fungi can thrive.

To prevent diaper rash:

+change your baby’s soiled or wet diapers as soon as possible
+occasionally soak your baby’s bottom between diaper changes with warm water
+allow your baby’s skin to dry completely before you put on another diaper
+If you use cloth diapers, rinse them several times after washing to remove any traces of soap or detergent that can irritate your baby’s skin. Avoid using fabric softeners — even these can irritate the skin.
+ allowing your baby to go without diapers for several hours each day to give irritated skin a chance to dry and “breathe.” This is easiest if you place your baby in a crib with waterproof sheets.

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Written by kiransawhney

July 8, 2008 at 1:46 pm

Preventing Diaper Rash

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The best way to prevent diaper rash is by keeping your baby’s skin as dry and clean as possible and changing diapers often so that feces and urine won’t irritate the skin. The plastic that prevents diapers from leaking also prevents air circulation, thus creating a warm, moist environment where rashes and fungi can thrive.

To prevent diaper rash:

+change your baby’s soiled or wet diapers as soon as possible
+occasionally soak your baby’s bottom between diaper changes with warm water
+allow your baby’s skin to dry completely before you put on another diaper
+If you use cloth diapers, rinse them several times after washing to remove any traces of soap or detergent that can irritate your baby’s skin. Avoid using fabric softeners — even these can irritate the skin.
+ allowing your baby to go without diapers for several hours each day to give irritated skin a chance to dry and “breathe.” This is easiest if you place your baby in a crib with waterproof sheets.

Written by kiransawhney

July 8, 2008 at 1:46 pm

Preventing Diaper Rash

leave a comment »

The best way to prevent diaper rash is by keeping your baby’s skin as dry and clean as possible and changing diapers often so that feces and urine won’t irritate the skin. The plastic that prevents diapers from leaking also prevents air circulation, thus creating a warm, moist environment where rashes and fungi can thrive.

To prevent diaper rash:

+change your baby’s soiled or wet diapers as soon as possible
+occasionally soak your baby’s bottom between diaper changes with warm water
+allow your baby’s skin to dry completely before you put on another diaper
+If you use cloth diapers, rinse them several times after washing to remove any traces of soap or detergent that can irritate your baby’s skin. Avoid using fabric softeners — even these can irritate the skin.
+ allowing your baby to go without diapers for several hours each day to give irritated skin a chance to dry and “breathe.” This is easiest if you place your baby in a crib with waterproof sheets.

Written by kiransawhney

July 8, 2008 at 1:46 pm