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I tried this several times but everytime i used it my son would develop a nappy rash.
Would not recommend
I usually use sudocrem on my DD's nappy rash however on holiday I purchased the Curash medicated cream. While it did work I found it took longer to be effective and it dried out DD's skin a bit.
So as a nappy rash cream it does the job however for us personally there have been better creams that dont have side-effects
I first heard about Curash Nappy Rash cream through my health nurse. She suggested the cream to me as it doesn't trap the liquid in there, therefore reduces the impact of the nappy/neck rash and makes the skin repair quickly and well.
I found this to be the case. Even with my naughters very bad teething nappy rash, applying the curash nappy rash cream with every nappy change whilst the rash was there that it reduced by 50% within the first 24 hours.
Its a great product, I love the curash range and I will definately use it again.
Love Curash rash cream ! I love how it is so thick and it actually forms a barrier between bubs skin and the nappy.
When my son was a baby he would get nappy rash all the time. I would pu this on and nappy rash would be gone by morning.
It was a god send. I highly, highly reccomend this product to all parents !
I only use this when DD is starting to get a rash and it clears it up overnight.
Most of the time we use Paw Paw, but this is our go-to cream when things looks a bit sore, like when she's teething.
It goes on thick, wipes off my hands easily (a bonus!) and we've had the one tube for the last 14 months.
Defintiely recommended for occasional use.
got this product thinkin tht t was the same as sudocream and was rudely mistaken. it does not even come close.
like others have said, i think that this actually made the nappy rash worse not better, so what a waste of money.
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