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    Pawpaw cream and only when it looks a bit sore. Not a huge fan of unnecessary lotions and potions lol

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    Default Nappy creams - what do you use and when?

    Sudocrem at night so they have a barrier before hours of no nappy change.

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    Default Nappy creams - what do you use and when?

    I use Curash zinc based cream, but only when it starts to look a bit red.

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    i use conveen stoma paste but only when needed red excoriated skin i dont use anything just in case.

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    I like Bepanthen too, it isn't as zinc-y/pasty as some of the other creams

    I use a 'proper' nappy rash cream only if he has a rash or is really inflamed, and Gaia Baby 'Soothing Skin Lotion' at other times. Because he still poops after every feed his bum tends to get a bit irritated from being wiped so much, heh. The Gaia cream just seems to keep everything nice.

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    Default Re: Nappy creams - what do you use and when?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrysanthemum View Post
    Sudocrem at night so they have a barrier before hours of no nappy change.
    I do this too.

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    Default Nappy creams - what do you use and when?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrysanthemum View Post
    Sudocrem at night so they have a barrier before hours of no nappy change.
    Me too

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    Default Nappy creams - what do you use and when?

    I never used anything unless there was a rash, which is very rare.


 

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