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    What's the best cream you hve come across for nappy rash??

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    That paw paw ointment in the red tube. I've used bepathem an sudocrem that people gave me but did not work as well.
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    Yeh I can't ind my tube of paw paw. Iv been using sudocrem which isn't too bad.

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    Bepanthen. Sudocreme and paw paw don't work here. Bepanthen antiseptic & sunshine on a bare bot cleared up a weeping nappy rash here in 24 hours last week.

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    I have always used sudocream, I swear by it. I also do as much nakey time as possible

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    for SEVERE nappy rash i swear by Colvital. It stinks like crap but i notice an increadible difference within a couple days of appling it after each nappy change.
    It has fish oil in it and an antiseptic. It's zinc based so it stays on. My MCHN reccomended it, i got it at my local chemist near all the baby stuff.
    MILD nappy rash i use Destin.
    I use dermeze as a daily moisturiser at night to keep her bum nice and moisturised. I keep away from scented powders and creams.
    Corn flour will also help 'dry out' severe nappy rash along with applying cream.

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    I would use paw paw cream or moo goo. A friends mum said she gave her kids a bath and put some lux soap flakes in it. I gave it a go and it really does work fast when dd had severe nappy rash.

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    Weleda Calandula and zine cream...awesome stuff

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    Daktozin is great for fungal rashes but in between the "bad" teething rashes I use Sudocreme. I tried Solve once as it has the same ingredients as Daktozin but bub screamed when I applied it. It seemed to sting him.

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    I used to swear by Sudocream, which I still use for mild rashes or red marks, but use desitin if it gets bad.


 

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