Preventing and Treating

Preventing and Treating

The good news is you can help prevent your baby getting Diaper Rash by following a few simple tips:

  • Change your baby’s nappy as soon as you can when it becomes wet or soiled.
  • Carefully wash the nappy area with warm water and cotton wool, gently patting dry.
  • Just letting their skin breathe can work wonders. So whenever possible, leave their nappy off for an hour or so.
  • Try to change your baby’s nappy before putting him or her down to sleep.

If the rash persists, speak to your doctor or health visitor.

Of course, even if you do all of the above, your baby may still get Diaper Rash. Don’t worry, Sudocrem is clinically proven to help by:

  • Soothing the soreness.
  • Helping the skin heal.
  • Protecting the skin from further attack by irritants or infection.
  • Use Sudocrem at each nappy change to protect against irritants, such as urine and faeces. If you use terry or re-usable nappies, wash in mild, non-biological washing powder or detergent and always rinse nappies well.

Just look under the tab About Sudocrem for details of how to apply it.

Always read the label.

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