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DIAPER RASH TIPS & TRICKS FROM A DERMATOLOGIST| DR DRAY

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How do I Treat Diaper Rash Everything You need to Know about Diaper Rash

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How to treat diaper rash

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Diaper rash (Napkin Rash, Diaper Dermatitis): Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

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Diaper Rash Dos & Don’ts

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1.First and foremost, change the diaper every three hours, irrespective of whether it is bulky or not. Frequently changing the diaper helps avoid infections. 2.It is essential to use a good rash cream. Apply it before making your child wear diaper even if the child has no rashes. Diaper rash is a tricky thing to deal with, partly because there are many possible causes.

Causes of diaper rash include: Moisture. Even though diapers absorb a majority of the wetness, there will also be some moisture on your baby’s skin. The problem arises when your child’s urine mixes with bacteria from his stool. There are various amounts of beast diaper rash creams as well as diaper rash ointments available in the market which you can try to keep your baby away from diaper rash, according to the experts.

We have made a list of important creams and ointments to avoid diaper rash. Be assured, diaper rash is a common condition that usually clears up with some simple diapering routines. It most often develops when contact with urine and stools irritate baby’s sensitive skin. Thankfully, today’s bottom-friendly disposable diapers from Huggies wick away moisture to keep diaper rash at bay as much as possible.

Diaper rash: Everything you need to know. One of the biggest concerns of parents when they have a baby is the hygiene of the area that is covered by the diaper, that is, the genitals, the anus and the entire peripheral area. It is a common concern because it is an area that can become irritated to the point of becoming very red and itchy and bothers the baby.

Diaper rash occurs mostly in 9-12-month-old babies when they are still mostly sitting on their bottoms, but does also affect younger babies and children up to three years old. There are several causes of a rash appearing that include: Friction – when baby’s bottom rubs against a wet diaper, this can cause a rash. Diaper rashes are one of those things that are miserable for both baby and the parents, no one want’s to see their infant in pain. There are a few things that can cause diaper rash that can include: Infrequent Changes.

Teething or Illness. New Foods/ Allergies. Baby Care Products. Everything You Need to Know About Diaper Rash Diaper rash is easy to spot and easy to treat. It is a red, patchy inflammation found on baby’s skin where they wear their diapers.

It is caused by wetness and irritation, and affects areas around the buttocks, thighs, and genitals. Babies may feel discomfort and pain from diaper rash, as their. Identifying diaper rash is not hard.

The skin is red and irritated. It may even be a little warm and puffy. The second you notice it, you want to treat it! Diaper rash can be uncomfortable for your baby.

If your baby seems fussier than usual, you can try adding a water fountain to your babies nursery. The gentle water will help calm their fussiness. Diaper rash is very common can can be caused by many things, including: Wet or Dirty Diapers – wet or dirty diapers left on the skin for too long can irritate baby’s skin, causing diaper rash.

Diarrhea – while diarrhea doesn’t cause diaper rash specifically, it definitely plays a role.

List of related literature:

• Change diapers often, even at night, if the rash is more severe.

“Griffith's Instructions for Patients E-Book: Expert Consult” by Stephen W. Moore
from Griffith’s Instructions for Patients E-Book: Expert Consult
by Stephen W. Moore
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Switching brands may help but if the rash persists, cloth diapers may be necessary.

“Broadribb's Introductory Pediatric Nursing” by Nancy T. Hatfield
from Broadribb’s Introductory Pediatric Nursing
by Nancy T. Hatfield
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003

For an entire day, apply a zinc oxide ointment (such as Desitin); expose the baby’s bottom to the air as much as possible, and leave off disposable diapers or plastic pants.

“The Nursing Mother's Companion” by Ruth A. Lawrence, Kathleen Huggins
from The Nursing Mother’s Companion
by Ruth A. Lawrence, Kathleen Huggins
Harvard Common Press, 2005

Diaper dermatitis: an overview.

“Rook's Textbook of Dermatology” by Tony Burns, Stephen Breathnach, Neil Cox, Christopher Griffiths
from Rook’s Textbook of Dermatology
by Tony Burns, Stephen Breathnach, et. al.
Wiley, 2008

Recommend frequent diaper changes, gentle cleansing (Cetaphil and Aveeno), and liberal use of barrier products (zinc oxide, petrolatum, A&D ointment) with every diaper change.

“Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics” by Ellen F. Crain, Jeffrey C. Gershel, Sandra J. Cunningham
from Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics
by Ellen F. Crain, Jeffrey C. Gershel, Sandra J. Cunningham
Cambridge University Press, 2010

Any of these remedies may be used—change diapers as soon as possible when wet or soiled; wash the area gently with soap and water; avoid disposable wipes with alcohol, perfume, or preservatives; expose the area to air; apply a thin layer of petrolatum or zinc oxide cream.

“Study Guide for Foundations of Maternal-Newborn and Women's Health Nursing E-Book” by Sharon Smith Murray, Emily Slone McKinney
from Study Guide for Foundations of Maternal-Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing E-Book
by Sharon Smith Murray, Emily Slone McKinney
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

rash, including infrequent diaper changes, diarrhea, use of plastic pants to cover the diaper, or a change in the infant’s diet, such as when solid foods are added.

“Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada E-Book” by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Lisa Keenan-Lindsay, David Wilson, Cheryl A. Sams
from Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada E-Book
by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

Contact diaper rash usually occurs if the baby has spent long periods of time in a wet diaper (moisture makes the skin more susceptible to chafing).

“The Baby Owner's Manual: Operating Instructions, Trouble-shooting Tips, and Advice on First-year Maintenance” by Louis Borgenicht, Joe Borgenicht
from The Baby Owner’s Manual: Operating Instructions, Trouble-shooting Tips, and Advice on First-year Maintenance
by Louis Borgenicht, Joe Borgenicht
Quirk Books, 2003

Parents are instructed in measures to help prevent and treat diaper rash.

“Maternity and Women's Health Care E-Book” by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, Mary Catherine Cashion, Kathryn Rhodes Alden
from Maternity and Women’s Health Care E-Book
by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014

Changing the diaper frequently, avoiding commercial diaper wipes, and using absorbent diapers may help prevent diaper rash.

“Foundations of Maternal-Newborn and Women's Health Nursing E-Book” by Sharon Smith Murray, Emily Slone McKinney
from Foundations of Maternal-Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing E-Book
by Sharon Smith Murray, Emily Slone McKinney
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

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  • I don’t have a baby but still watched your video till the end, must be because you are pleasant to look at �� But also because I love your bloopers! ��

  • Diapers is caused by wearing diapers try and leave your child bear bottom when not needed on a diet or a towel so the child can be easily be gently washed and patted dry if serious damage to the skin exist and sort the pharmacist or doctor

  • We were fooled,we use pampers pant ultra absorbent then my baby got rash on her butt,then we agree to use napkin diapers thou we have to chnge it everytime n wash n dry evry hour or so but worth the try “My lil princess is free rashes now” ��

  • Diaper rash or diaper dermatitis is a form of irritant contact dermatitis. Visit https://www.pediatriconcall.com/articles/pediatric-dermatology/diaper-rash/diaper-rash-patient-education#1032

  • Friends, i have found that nothing beats coconut oil in preventing and healing diaper rashes. Hope my blog helps on how to use it for rashes https://gingerlime.in/2018/10/24/2-simple-steps-to-prevent-and-heal-diaper-or-nappy-rashes/

  • Can you suggest what can be used on a baby’s face? My 8 month old granddaughters skin is getting super dry from the recent colder weather which she’s being exposed to really for the first time. I was thinking Cerave healing ointment which they use on her during diaper changes. Anything you can suggest is greatly appreciated. Thank you

  • Please kindly check my website: tips to treat a diaper rash http://keluargahamsa.com/mengatasi-ruam-popok-dengan-sleek-baby-diaper-cream/

  • Hello,
    I’d like to ask permission to use your videos for health education purpose on my Facebook and Twitter pages
    Please inbox me to allow me to give you more details about translation of your video to my language.
    Thanks.

  • Hey… i am using mamaearth’s wipes on my baby’s body skin it just amazing its having very essential oils which provides nourishment to the body and gives him a proper care which he needs… try it!!!

  • I have to use this on my eczema but I’m not sure if you’re supposed to rub it until it’s not visible but either way it’s not fading into the skin?

  • Its hard to find truly fragrance free wipes. I have really liked using the brand Water Wipes. Also letting my little one run around diaper-free for a little while to help air out their bum and using a zinc based diaper cream when diapered. Lastly, my pediatrition recommended soaking their bum in diluted Domboro powder, but I didnt find that to be all that effective, the “air time” made the bigger difference.

  • Happy Friday everyone! I can never understand why they put fragrance in diapers or any baby products for that matter. Baby smell is the best, and if baby smells bad, that’s our que to change the diaper lol �� Water wipes are great. Thank you Dr Dray ����

  • DO you mind clarifying this for me? I am a pharmacy student

    When we use petrolatum or zinc oxide for diaper rashes they are used as skin protectants correct?

    However zinc oxide is also a dessicant (it dries the skin out) is this good or bad?

    Do we in general want the skin area to be moist (not wet) because that helps promote healing but at the same time we want it dry because that also help promote healing?

    Or does that depend on the nature of the injury for instance i know for burns you want to keep the area moist but is this different for rash we want it to be dry (petrolatum will help maintain moisture within so I guess we want it to be moist too?)

    I really appreciate it. Thanks

  • Thanks for the video content! Apologies for chiming in, I would love your thoughts. Have you tried Canrooklyn Breathtaking Convenience (just google it)? It is a good one off product for getting rid of your eczema minus the hard work. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my m8 at last got astronomical results with it.

  • Diaper free time was a great help for my babies. We just let them roll around diaper free. They loved it and to be honest, it was pretty cute.

  • Perfectly explained.This will help a lot of mothers.Having the air surrounding the area is beneficial. Plus hygiene is essential.Bathing once a day I agree.Using sterile water and cleaning carefully as you described is so beneficial. Of course changing as soon as possible each time. Usually works.Abraham thank you so very much. xxx

  • @Dr Dray I wanted to talk about a mole problem I have in private..If you could give me 5 minutes of your precious time I would really appreciate it..Here is my facebook

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  • Microfleece liners, wool liners, and athletic jersey liners against babies bum when using cloth diapers help wick moisture away from babies skin. Change at most every 2 hrs during the day. I use Twinkie Tush Hybrid Fitted Diapers. More absorbent than any disposable and either all cotton or organic bamboo materials so they’re breathable! Use cloth wipes with water (I mix wipe bits) in a small spray bottle. 3 kids in and I’ve never had a diaper rash or needed a cream. Even when my babies are teething. It can be work for some but definitely worth it.

  • love from Pakistan, really love your videos. Me and my twin sister are becoming Pharmacist too.
    Could you please do a video on Migraines.

  • Can you make a video on why so much dead skin build up appears and softens on my face when it gets damp. (Its a grayish color and is a lot) I need your help!

  • I actually had a question
    Can this happen to adults? Especially women if they use pantie liners or toilet paper around their private area, and what can they do to heal that?

  • I didn’t watch all 20 minutes as my kids are too old for this, but for bum sores that can develop our dr recommended a boiled and cooled tea bag on the spot (stays in the nappy/diaper for a little bit). The tannins helped heal the oozing in a likely to be damp area, and let it heal faster.

  • “There’s no need for babies to be fragranced”. How true! Baby smell and puppy breath shouldn’t be messed with LOL! Really though, the highly fragranced baby wipes need to go!

  • @drdray would you do a video on baby products? Lotions, baby wash ect for baby’s with eczema and sensitive skin? I feel like we have tried everything out there?

  • Thank you �� I don’t know how to show you how I appreciate this kind of video �� My two year old will appreciate this too!! I Love you XOXOXO PLEASE DON’T STOP DOING THIS KIND OF VIDEOS ❤️��

  • Do you have any suggestions for a face moisturizer for babies? My baby gets dry, chapped, wind blown cheeks and I want to find a safe moisturizer to heal and protect his face.

  • There’s only one course in nappy rash and that is wearing a nappy when leave your baby without a deal $1 nappy or do not have a nappy on your baby it will then not yet nappy rash when wearing a nappy put barrier cream on if nappy rash develops, if nappy rash develops gently wash off anything that is there and dab dry leave open to the air for quickest if the rashes severe contact a doctor

  • Happy Friday, Dr Dray! No babies here but I still watched! I do have a few friends with babies so hopefully they will be open to any information I can pass along. Thanks and have a peaceful evening. ��

  • As a dad who just got fire-hosed by my son WHILE changing his diaper, I’m gonna have to pass on the whole au natural thing. While a shower is cheap, upholstery steaming is not.

  • I don’t need to see this video to know that. I was 14 years old, got first job as babysitter for 7 months baby. No experience at all. My first day babysitting and the baby was screaming of pain, her buts was live red meat. You just have to wash gently, dry gently without rubbing and let the baby naked for soothing. Anything that touches the rash it causes so much pain and does not get cured. the parents were very sloppy. The parents loved me, they were always bragging about me in the entire neighborwood.

  • My son had a terrible rash in his diaper area that his pediatrician diagnosed as eczema. It went on for years. Eventually we figured out it was dermatitis herpetaformis. I really wish we’d pushed for a referral to a dermatologist because we could have saved my son so much pain, as well as prevented years of gluten exposure.

  • My now 4 year old would have the worst diarrhea to accompany his teething. It took me a little while to figure put the best care for his sensitive bum, but what worked was to always wash him after using the wipes to completely get the acidic poo off of him. Then I’d use a blow drier on low or no heat at a safe distance to thoroughly dry him. Then I’d express some breastmilk and rub that on his bottom and let it dry followed by another blow dry and finally ending it with virgin coconut oil. The zinc oxide creams would help normally but the acidity of his teething poops instantly made his behind raw. I also liked how natural it all was and he felt so much better immediately. Of course with a baby girl you may want to use caution using coconut oil around the vulva area.

  • My 4 months old nephew has this weird rash on his cheeks, like very small red bumps all over his cheeks making his skin feels so thick and rough �� doctors only gave him different moisturisers but nothing helped poor baby

  • I’m living for these videos about skin care for babies! Would’ve loved having them a year ago, but thanks to your other videos and advice from the pediatrician, we’ve already been using a lot of the baby products you’ve recommended (i.e. lots of CeraVe)! Took some trial and error with my kid’s sensitive skin, so I’m glad to get confirmation from you that we should keep doing what we’re doing! Thanks!

  • Thanks for the tips my baby has a nappy rash for two weeks I’m feel so bad for him �� his doctor prescribes me a cream but still getting for big but maybe because I use baby power washing more often with soap but I let him without diaper almost half day I’m desespérate I Ready change diapers brands wipes I don’t know what to do I’m feeling sad ��

  • I was wondering what you thought about dmdm hydantoin and other formaldehyde releasers?? I know companies use them as preservatives in baby products and many other cosmetics, and tbh I don’t feel comfortable putting formaldehyde releasers on myself, let alone a baby. Are they dangerous or just irritating?

  • Please please make a video on baby eczema �������� just found your channel sorry if you’ve already made one and I couldn’t find it for some reason. I’ve tried so many things to help with my little ones’ eczema…

  • I dont have a baby but as soon as i get a notification for your videos i click straight away! Is that weird? Its your fault for being so bloody amazing!

  • Hello ma’am ��
    I’m your new subscriber
    I really wanted a recommendation from you…. I have very very dry and scaly skin… Can you suggest me a body lotion which will make my skin soft and smooth…… And ya i drink 6 litres of water only to get good skin…….. Please it’s a request

  • this is very helpful i wish i watched this video when my little baby sister was suffering from it, but now it’s gone thankfully ����

  • Most store brand diapers are fragrance and chlorine free ���� the Kirkland ones are great. Pampers are heavily fragranced, though. We do not and will not use them. We also use unscented Baby Dove wash on our babies and All Free & Clear on their/our clothes. We opt for fragrance free whenever possible.

  • I care for my 17 mth old grandson 3 days a week and I was delighted to see the subject matter! It seems like everyone at some point will need this info! Hats off to ya! Willie (grandson) has broke out only a few times and Thank the Good Lord it cleared within the day! Your information is needed for first time mommas and daddys and those who havent done it in a bit! I enjoyed your video!

  • I use corn starch. My family has used it for generations. Wash the area with warm soapy water and dry very well. And then use the corn starch like baby powder would be used. Rash gone the next day

  • Your content is killing it lately! Everything speaks to me lol �� especially the acne videos. Looks like I’m cutting out dairy ����

  • My mom says I never had diaper rash. Back in the day (70s), Pampers and diapers as we now know them didn’t exist yet, not in this country (Belgium) at least, and so I wore regular flannel/cotton cloth. She always used powder (talcum back in the day) and cream sometimes (Penaten) and kept the area well protected.

  • Happy Friday Dr Dray and everyone. Even though I don’t have a baby that doesn’t stop me from watching every Dr Dray video! Enjoy your Friday!!!

  • I can’t thank you enough for this incredibly informative video. I mentioned in a comment a few weeks ago that my one year old grandson was suffering with an extremely “angry” diaper rash. He wears cloth diapers, but they are designed to wick away moisture. I actually sewed a ton of organic cotton fabric, 8 inch, two layer wipes for him. used with water. (These make great baby gifts!) The cause of his diaper rash was a stomach virus. So. the poor little guy spent some serious time without a diaper!��
    I will be sharing this video!

  • Thank you soo much for uplordng this video. i have two babies and the younger baby have a very sansitve skin soo its a big problm for me

  • Great video. Thanks for the advice. I found this to help alot with my son.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Baby-Diaper-Rash-Cream-Ointment-For-Healing-Surface-Wounds-Relief-Irritated-Skin/264330818352?epid=1400154510&hash=item3d8b583330:m:mkt2lj5Z5W0CPjn48mMCs3A&var=563924821751

  • My mom used to brown flour in a cast iron skillet and use that as baby powder or skin protection in the diaper. It always worked for my family.

  • My daughter got a terrible rash once. Her pediatrician actually recommended not using store bought wipes period especially during a rash. She stated even the unscented Kind can have irritants. She told use to just cut up a receiving blanket or old T-shirt and water. Or viva paper towels(they are soft) for a disposable option.

  • I swear by Cavilon cream. Not sure if it’s available in the US, but it’s a cream used for patients with incontinence, or those who are bed bound and prone to sores. Its often used in hospitals on patients here. It also works amazingly well at preventing nappy rash. We tried so many different creams marketed for nappy rash, and it’s the only stuff we found to prevent it.

  • Oups…! Voici la traduction Hi! You have to take care of your little ones’ skin! In addition to the problems caused by diapers and products used, these babies can have good care for other areas of their body. Many of us would probably have liked to be able to be educated at a very young age in a routine. That would certainly have saved us some problems. We talk about routine for the grown-ups but we should never forget the little ones!

  • Again?! I was just about to go get some at the pharmacy this afternoon! How do you know exactly what I need almost before I need it? My kids been having the worst rash that won’t leave:(

  • Great video! I have actually been able to clear up rashes with 2 kids (so far) in cloth diapers using butt paste (titanium dioxide) and diaper free time. I avoid petrolatum because it can ruin cloth diapers.

  • My mom is a baby nurse. Has been my whole life (I’m 30) she instilled in me from day one when I had my son (he’s 8 months) to put something on his bum and creases. EVERY DIAPER CHANGE. I usually just alternate between petroleum jelly and Desitin (fragrance free zinc). Whichever one I grab.

  • Oh I love this. Do you think you can do one for babies that have eczema and sensitive skin? There is so many products. And I’m struggling with my baby to find the right product.

  • Love the reference “it can be quite a bit of choreography with a wiggly child”…..great description of the literal s*** show changing a diaper can be!