I know this has probably been asked and answered a thousand times, but
What nappy rash cream can I use with MCNs?
With both DSs, on the odd occasion they had nappy rash, terry flats and fresh air did the trick to clear it up, and maybe a bit of sudocreme - the sample pot from the bounty bags is as much as I ever needed! But DD is just a bit more rashy and I'm going to have to actually buy something
Preferably something I can walk into a shop tomorrow and come home with
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13-01-2013 16:32 #1
nappy rash cream
13-01-2013 18:02 #2Senior Member
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nappy rash cream
I don't think any is recommended but can use if you put a liner in over the nappy! This is what I do anyways lol!
13-01-2013 18:10 #3
Re: nappy rash cream
A friend of mine recommended coconut oil. It comes in solid form in a tub available at health food stores. This is safe to use with cloth nappies. Apparently it is good for a whole heap of other things too!
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