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RCH - Royal Children's Hospital Nappy Goo Cream

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Nappy Goo Cream

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My baby is suffering from nappy rash since he was 5 mo now (8mo). For 3 months that I have been searching for  nappy cream all in Australia, Europe and US. and finally I have found Nappy Goo. This is a tea tree oil based cream which has anticeptic properties included anti bacteria/fungal. Once his skin is prone and has redness, I just applied 'THICK'is the key. So then you can see the different for the next change and all redness and little red pimple prone skin is 80% getting better and the change after is clear. I can't thank you RCH melbourne enough that they discovered this nappy cream. My baby skin become good again. However, the smell of the tree oil is quite strong but it's just a minor disadvantage that you can bear with it if that can make your baby skin much better. 


I totally swear by this stuff!

Has tea tree, witch hazel & zinc so a 3 way action.

Unbelievable results. Good for healing sore red butts and preventing them.

Cant find any fault and i love the smell too :-)

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