<ol><li>Diaper rash is a very common condition that can cause a baby’s skin to become sore, red, scaly, and tender. </li><li>The rash usually occurs because the skin is irritated by soiled diapers that are left on for too long; friction from the diaper; or certain brands of detergent, soaps, or baby wipes on sensitive skin.</li><li> The plastic that prevents diapers from leaking also prevents air circulation, thus creating a warm, moist environment where rashes and fungi can thrive. </li><li>Diapers are used for the care of infants, young children and incontinent or paralyzed individuals, to prevent fecal soiling and for social convenience. </li><li>However, the use of diaper poses a risk of developing “irritant diaper dermatitis”, which is commonly known as “diaper rash”.</li><li> Recent innovations in diaper technology have led to development of super absobent disposable diapers, emollient delivering diapers, and breathable diapers, and these newer types of diapers reduce the incidence of diaper dermatitis. </li><li>The non-biodegradable material used in super absorbent diapers is, however, a matter of serious concern because of its toxic effects and environmental pollution.</li><li> Infantile irritant diaper dermatitis is an inflammation of the infantile skin covering the groin, lower stomach, upper thighs and buttocks.</li><li> Infantile irritant diaper dermatitis may become difficult to treat, if the area becomes infected or the infant develops allergy to medications applied to the area. </li><li>Diaper rashes can be termed as a major problem seen in babies of around 7 – 9 months.</li><li> Diaper rash is a different kind of skin condition which can be seen around the nappy area of a baby. As babies grow these diaper rashes tends to reduce because the baby skin start becoming harder and less sensitive.</li><li> Also, the introduction of new foods can change the content of a baby’s feces (poop), which can sometimes lead to a diaper rash. And diarrhea can make a diaper rash worse. Diaper rash that lasts for more than a few days, even with changes to the diapering routine, might be caused by a yeast called Candida albicans (a type of fungus). </li><li>This form of the rash is usually red, slightly raised, and has small red dots extending beyond the main part of the rash.</li><li> Baby Diaper Rash Cream gives the baby convenient in wearing a diaper </li><li>Just in 2 weeks’ time we observed the following: A significant reduction in the diaper rashes. Improvement in the softness of the skin. Reduction in in flammability near anal. These beneficial effects might have been due to the synergistic actions (skin nourishing, emollient, moisturizing, soothing, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant) of its ingredients. </li><li>Baby Diaper Rash Cream has scientific evidence for the therapeutic effectiveness of soothing, moisturizing and healing properties. </li><li>It has antibacterial and antifungal activities.</li></ol>
Take sufficient quantity Cream Massage or gently apply on the rashes and around the area where the edges of diapers rub against the skin.