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    Default Best cream for nappy rash??..

    Ds 16 months has the worst nappy rash iv seen? Please share any remedy secrets?


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    Weleda nappy cream (aka miracle cream by my friends)

    Cost around $17 from health food stores

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    Corn flour sprinkled over just like you would powder.

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    Daktozin from the chemist was fantastic for my daughters nappy rash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    Corn flour sprinkled over just like you would powder.

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    And make sure its real corn flour (not wheat flour)

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    If you are still breastfeeding, breast milk works a treat If it's fungal, natural yoghurt. Fresh air and sunlight are very important too!

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    zinc and castor oil cream from the chemist and lots of bare bum time!

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    Paw paw ointment

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    A friend gave me 'sudocream' at my baby shower and she said "forget all the others and just use this". Not that either of my kids got nappy rash very often at all but the few times I have used i have only had to apply it once. I also use it on scratches etc. it's great!

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    Nappy mate was the best but I can't find it anywhere any more.


 

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