Made with all natural ingredients:
- COCONUT OIL has antiviral, antifungal and anti-yeast properties. It is easily absorbed full of vitamins and antioxidants and is great for even the most sensitive skin.
- SHEA BUTTER is an antifungal, anti-inflammatory moisturizer that makes skin incredibly soft.
- ZINC OXIDE is used to treat and prevent diaper rash and other minor skin irritations. It works by forming a barrier on the skin to protect it from irritants and moisture.
- CALENDULA is an antibacterial that promotes skin health.
- CHAMOMILE is especially helpful for diaper rash with its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic properties.
Directions: Follow the below FOUR WAYS TO TREAT DIAPER RASH FLARE UPS and apply a generous amount of DIAPER RASH RELIEF with every diaper change. If condition worsens, or if symptoms persist for more than three days, discontinue use and consult your healthcare provider.
FOUR WAYS TO TREAT DIAPER RASH FLARE-UPS 1. Wash off bottom with water – don’t wipe the sore areas. Instead, use a bulb syringe to gently wash baby’s diaper area. 2. Gently dab or pat away any remaining stool. Blot baby’s bottom dry. 3. Let it air out – leave the diaper off for a while, with no diaper cream on. Lay baby on a towel (with a waterproof pad underneath to catch accidents) with her bottom up. Do this as often as you can. This will help dry out the rash, which is important for the healing process. 4. Diaper cream – when you do put the diaper back on, use generous amounts of cream. According to www.mayoclinic.com, zinc oxide is the active ingredient in many diaper rash creams. These products are usually applied in a thick layer to the irritated region throughout the day to soothe and protect your baby’s skin. Zinc oxide can also be used to prevent diaper rash on normal, healthy skin.
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