Dec 22 2016 0 Comments
The first sign of nappy rush is flushed, burning and sensitive baby skin that lies beneath the nappy. Serious cases are presented as small blisters, pustules (yellow blisters), scabs, or cracks and the area is more coloured.
HOW TO PREVENT OR ALLEVIATE NAPPY RASH
Nappy rash is commonly associated with frequent elimination of feces, with poor hygiene and infrequent nappy change. It can occur as a consequence of bacteria in the child's feces mixed with urine which forms corrosive ammonia. It can be a resultk of infection by bacteria and fungi and allergies connected with contact with residues of washing and softening agents on washing diapers. The best defense against diaper rash is regularly changing nappies. In the first few weeks it is recommended to clean the baby's bottom with boiled water and cotton wool, and at the end to completely dry it.
Nappy rash occurs most commonly in children, but the problem is also common with older incontinent people who are using diapers.
NAPPY RASH CARE
After every change of nappy we must lubricate the baby’s irritated bottom with Hemptouch Hemp ointment which will calm, protect and stimulate regeneration of the skin. The ointment doesn't contain artificial colors or fragrances or aggressive substances that could irritate the skin.
We can provide the skin with efficient and quality care with natural Hemptouch hemp ointment with its rich composition of hemp seed oil, vitamin E, mango and shea butter which nourish your skin, moisturize and regenerates it and give back its elasticity. The ointment combined with natural herbs and zinc oxide have a soothing and mild antiseptic effect on the skin. Choose 100% natural origin gentle cosmetics for your baby.
DID YOU KNOW ... that breast-feeding improves your baby's overall resistance to infections and reduces the need for antibiotics, which can also affect the incidence of nappy rash? When you start to feed your baby with solid food, you should only initiate one new food at a time and wait for a few days before introducing other foods. This will help to determine whether a rash is the result of food allergies. The food which caused the allergy can be removed from the diet.
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