Baby Rashes No More- Follow These Easy Tips

by Dr. Enozia Vakil on  June 14, 2013 at 2:29 PM Child Health News
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Painful rashes making your baby cry? Follow these simple tips to avoid harsh skin rashes.

Femalefirst.co.uk shares tips to protect baby's skin from painful rashes.
 Baby Rashes No More- Follow These Easy Tips
Baby Rashes No More- Follow These Easy Tips

1. Regular changes: Changing nappies before and after feeding help prevent painful nappy rash.

2. Go nappy free: Give your tiny tot plenty of 'nappy-free' time. Let the skin breathe.

3. Use baby products: Use products that are chemicals free and meant for babies. Avoid lovely smelling soaps and wipes. These may smell nice, but the chemicals can cause skin rashes.

4. Keep it clean: Make sure your baby wears a clean nappy. To avoid skin rashes, change the nappy at least thrice a day.

5. Use triple action protection creams: Use creams which contain Triple Action Protection formula that not only nourishes the skin but also makes it soft and guards against infection.

6. Be gentle: After bath, dry the skin using a soft towel or cotton and make sure not to rub too hard as it creates rashes on the skin.

7. Avoid talcum powder: Don't use talcum powder when you change your baby's nappy as it blocks skin pores and causes skin irritation.

Source: IANS

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