Mommies, your baby will be restless and fussy if he or she develops diaper rash. Preventing a diaper rash is much easier than dealing with the outcome of it – a restless baby with inflamed skin and a stressful mommy. You can reduce the chances of your baby getting diaper rash with these 5 easy steps ...
Change diapers frequently.
Always change your baby's wet or soiled diapers immediately after they pee or poo. You may not always know when your baby needs a change, hence, checking the diaper at least every two hours is required. For newborns or babies with diarrhoea, you will need to check their diapers even more frequently.
Clean baby's bum with Antibacterial Cut Cotton.
Made from 100% Japan medical use standard absorbent cotton, the Antibacterial Cut Cotton is specially designed for newborn and is soft and gentle on baby's delicate skin. It has zero chemicals and additives added, hence, it will not irritate baby's skin.
Plus, each Antibacterial Cut Cotton has a larger surface and thicker compared to the conventional baby wipes to absorb much more water to help mommies clean your baby's bum efficiently.
Make sure baby's bum is properly dry before putting a new diaper.
Gently pat baby's bum with a dry Antibacterial Cut Cotton to soak excessive water on baby's skin. The Antibacterial Cut Cotton is lint-free, non-allergenic and highly absorbent.
Do not overtighten the diapers.
Tight diapers will prevent airflow into the diaper region and create a moist environment leading to rashes in your little ones.
Have some diaper-free time.
Exposing skin to the air is the natural and gentle way to let it dry. It allows air to circulate freely and reduce friction with the skin.