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Home Remedies For Diaper Rash

Home Remedies for Diaper Rash

Diaper rashes are quite common among infants and children below 2 years of age. This is an area of inflamed skin appears on your infants bottom. These rashes usually occur due to infrequently change of diapers, using of plastic pants to cover diapers, and diarrhea.  This irritation can sometimes lead to bacterial and fungal infection. Diaper rashes also occur in older people who use diapers due to paralysis or incontinence. Mostly these diaper rashes can be solved with simple home remedies, but if the rashes persist or increase, you need to consult a physician.

Causes of Diaper Rash

  1. Allergic reaction to diaper
  2. Use of antibiotics
  3. Irritation from urine or stool
  4. due to friction or rubbing against the diaper
  5. Bacterial infection or yeast infection
  6. skin sensitivity
Home Remedies for Diaper Rash

Change your baby’s diaper frequently soon after it gets wet and be sure to keep the area clean and dry always. After cleaning the wet area, do not scrub the area harsh but use a soft cloth to wipe and pat dry.

Use warm water and a soft cloth to clean the baby’s bottom to prevent rash. Mild baby soap can be used if required.

If your baby’s bottom is very sore due to rashes, add 2 tbs of baking soda in your baby’s bath tub and try washing the area mildly 3 times a day for 10 minutes.

Wash your hands thoroughly after changing your baby’s diapers to prevent the spread of yeast or bacteria to the other parts of your baby’s body.

If you use cloth diapers, add half cup white vinegar to the water and rinse it.

Each time you change diaper, apply petroleum jelly to prevent skin rashes.

If your baby is above 12 months old, you can give your baby the cranberry juice. This juice prevents bacteria sticking to the bladder and makes the urine less concentrated.

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