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    I have found piling on bepanthen or Amolin is good especially if the skin has broken. Pile it on as it is a great barrier cream stopping anything getting to the skin and also use scent free/fragrance free wipes. Oh and as nappy free as possible. goodluck

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    Yep its amazing stuff hey, My mum swears by it! Glad its looking better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_P View Post
    I just had to come back and say it's working!! Thanks again so so much! The parts that were raw skin are healing over and reduced by half I just can't believe it - something so simple in just one day. I will use it now at the first sign of a rash so it doesn't get bad again. She obviously has a very sensitive botty.
    Its awesome isnt it. I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    I always used corn flour. Found that improved nappy rash in a very quick time. Just the cheap stuff you use for cooking. Even now if my little one who is 5 was a little bit red on bottom or in the groin area, i just put a sprinkle of corn flour and its gone quick smart.

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    My little bub had really bad nappy rash and I called his Pediatrician who suggested Conveen cream. She used it on premi bubs in specialised care. We tried all the normal nappy rash creams and this worked miracles. It cleared him bottom up in 1 1/2 days. I won't use anything else now. It's a little difficult to find in chemists but you can purchase on the Internet. It is also a little more expensive but I would not use anything else. If you live in Victoria, Melbourne, the chemist next door to Baby Bunting in Burke Rd, Balwyn stocks it.

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    Do you have an aloe Vera plant or do you know of anybody who has an aloe vera plant? If you do, grab a leaf, open it up and pop some of the gel on her bottom.
    Even if you go out and buy a pure, organic aloe vera cream.

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    Nappy free time with a little sunshine on their bottom.

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    Thanks for this thread! I had come on here to ask too as ds has had nappy rash for a week or so now. I used desatin which I used to swear by. It's been clearing it a bit but not completely. I have also been doing salt baths but not working! I just did the salt bath again applied desatin and the cornflour on top.
    When he wees won't it be gross in his nappy? Like thickened wee? Isn't that what it's for..thickening? So maybe I should do it during the day not night?

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    I was coming to say corn flour as well

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    Bicarb bath works best for DS when he has bad nappy rash. Works wonders every time


 

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