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is there such a thing??:confused: Iv never really had any problems with rashes for 2 years but all of a sudden (might b from all that choccy over easter:o) ds bottom is patchy red originally thought it was from the beach and sand getting in there but its still there and i feel bad wen he starts to get uncomfortable (putting it nicely) wen i try to put cream on it. comercial or home made Id research it more but today just not up for it:sleeping:. Thanks
I've never heard of any but I think it's a darn good idea :yes:
You could do a solution yourself i use sorbelene and water as a mix for my cloth wipes, you could always use it in a spray pump :)
Good idea though, maybe there is something out there just have to find it :)
Could you try watering down some sort of cream in a spray bottle?
:detective: I'm gonna try that because we get major hissies too.
I think you just had an idea for a new product!
quick.. go patent it! :)
thanks guys there is such a product on the web just dont no if theres one in chemists or else yeah could make a nice lil business my brain just explodes with some things that are just so obvious i dont no y they arent out there BUT really who has the time and energy certainly not me:laughing:
Hmmm - personally i dont like the sound of it. The thought of my child inhaling something that is sprayed directly onto him just doesn't sit well with me.
Though I dont like talc for that same reason either.
What a great idea, kinda like a suncreme kinda bottle...:yes::yelclap:
I dont know how well it would work, but I've thought about buying some pure lanolin sprey that some web sellers have to lanolise woolies... I am a Paeds nurse, and we used to use woolfat (i.e. Lanolin) on the really nasty rash that bubs get after having reversal of colostomies..and it was great. So I can't see why these sprays wouldn't work just as well.
We stopped as there were some concerns in the 90's about chemicals in lanolin, but if its similar to the product sold to use on nipples... it's not gonna hurt on their bottoms.
Avent used to sell a spray on nappy rash cream. Don't think I've ever seen it her in Australia though
i dont have any other ideas - other than the watered down cream in a spray bottle.
but i do use a vinegar solution in a spary bottle on my boys - one of which has major thrush issues (thankfully i worked out whats causing it and can usually keep it at bay - Most of the time!!) and the other has had several infections down there ( not uti ones, yucky ones!), and i was told give them a vinegar bath, well i went one step up and i use the spary every change, - it has worked rather well on the above mention probs and the nappy rash we have just had (teething!) i think it just kills all the bacteria.
but i also use aloe vera gel - i think you could dilute that as well and spray it on too - humm i have to find my other spray bottle now! lol.
i know that herbalife have a aloe concerntrate - its like a liquid form of the gel, that they actually dilute and drink (bloody alful taste), of can use as a mouth rinse if you have ulcers. so if the gel didnt work you could alwasy try that!????
aloe is especially good for those with touchy little bots! (my boy for example - it took mil 4 years to tell me she had the same prob with her boys!! gee thanks!) she said the only thing that woulnt make things worse was the aloe!
oh and to make things even better - aloe wont kill your cloth nappies!!!!! lol
ok call me mad, but i just did some experimenting!
i have 100% pure aloe vera gel (in little bottle from the chemist (about $2.50) i just put a 1/4 of a little spray bottle in and filled the rest with water, shook it up and magic i have aloe vera spray!! (worked really well!)
so a 1part aloe gel and 3 parts water!
grass is always greener
I just stumbled across this thread and i thought i would let you know that you can get a spray from bods for bubs and its called buggaloo bum spray. Its awesome. It is 100% certified organic. Just google bods and it will have the link.
I swore by it with DS and i am thinking i am going to get some when Bubbles come along.
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