What are the best diaper rash creams?
Please share any suggestions you have for diaper rash creams you have tried and see what other moms have recommended.
Bordeaux's Butt Paste! Smells funny but works amazing!!!!!!!!
Our dermatologist recommended Triple Paste. The key is to be consistent though using it even a day after the rash seems to have disappeared always keeps the rash from returning right away. Good luck!!!
We in kenya use sudo cream.it rily works.
Burts bees 99% natural & works great!!
I'm surprised no one mentioned Dr. Smith's. I have three kiddos and it worked wonders on all of them. It even works on them past diapers when their girls parts get irritated. It's all natural, doesn't smell bad, is very thick and works after the first application.
Arbonnes ABC Diaper Rash Cream...hands down. Best thing out there. No MINERAL OIL!!! or any of that other stuff you dont want on your babies bottom. Ive had amazing results with this stuff. It also works on bug bites!!lol
Corn starch. 100% natural
Weleda Calendula Diaper Care
Bag Balm in the square green tin. LO had a diaper rash once and only once when I started supplementing with formula. No "diaper rash cream" would work, so I tried this and within hours it went from being extremely irritated and raised, to barely noticable. Any time his bottom looks remotely red, I just put some on and like I said, he's only had that one diaper rash.
Olive oil is amazing. My midwife recommended it with my first daughter and I have used it for all four of my children. I put it on with each change and they never get rashes in the first place.
Sudocrem hands down.
My daughter has extremely dry skin and our doc gave us a perscription for Aquaphor to use as an alternative tolotion. I know you can buy it over the counter also.. But it works wonders on rash too!! Its Colorless and Odorless so it doesnt irritate the skin.
A&D always works wonders for my three, diapers or not, is great for healing.
Brace yourselves! Ready? Lansinoah Lanolin Nipple ointment. Works on everything!
I use Calmoseptine (available at the pharmacy without a prescription, but generally behind the counter) on rashes, and Desitin for everyday use. The Calmoseptine has worked wonders on my kids' worst diaper rashes. Also, let the area dry thoroughly, or better yet, let them run around without a diaper for as long as you can. Fresh air will help those sore bottoms heal!!
Used to use Desitin, then my cousin told me about Aveeno Baby Diaper Rash Cream! LOVE IT!
Earth Mama Angel Baby works perfect, is fast, toxin free and you can used for many other things.
Bepanthen is great for cloth nappies, comes off easily in the wash, doesn't leave a residue.
My pediatrician told us to use Crisco shortening from the start! I started using it, then went to other brands, and guess what? She got her first diaper rash! Never got another one after going back to Crisco. I also have family that have same pediatrician and their kids never had diaper rash either. It really works!!!! :)
When in a pinch you can also use Mylanta. Just pour a little on and it takes the sting right out and starts to heal. An older sitter told me about this one time. It worked wonders for my little one! She only had one or two though. :)
I really like Arbonne's ABC diaper rash cream. My Arbonne consultant told me you can use it for lots of other things too.
i think that sudocream rocks, any time my Luci had diaper rash, it worked on the first application, and i have recommended it to many of my friends, and same thing for them!
Sudo cream is the best cream for diaper rash.
I know its already been mentioned but I love the Arbonne ABC Diaper Rash Cream, it has some great healing and pain helping herbs in it (with no mineral oil). But I also use the ABC Body Oil as soon as I see a hint of redness on DD's butt. The oils are conditioning and create some barrier and there are a bunch of healing conditioning herbs in it as well. It has kept me from having to use diaper cream many, many times.
Triple Paste!!! And for really bad diaper rash, Vusion, Rx you can get from a dermatologist. It is the best! Knocks it right out!
It's far less expensive than other barrier creams and it works like a dream!
Arbonne ABC Herbal Nappy Cream is the best by far, no chemicals ,no mineral oil. Mineral oil is a petrol -base product , why would you put petrol on your body or your babies.
I am a Arbonne Consultant , if you would like to know , please contact me . Have a great day!! Annette Nimmo
Lansinoh Triple Lanolin - Works fast and is soothing, especially for newborn extra sensitive skin!
Arbonne's ABC Diaper Rash Creme absolutely!! Works amazingly on my little one. Best thing is that it is botanically based instead of mineral oil based which is just a cheap filler. Mineral oil (white petrolatum) just coats the skin and does not allow the product to penetrate your skin and actually work, therefore, you will continue to have the same issue over and over again. Not to mention it smothers the skin that needs to breathe and mineral oils have been linked to cancer. I for one do NOT want to put this on my children! $14 for an amazing high quality product that is safe for your children.
The ONLY cream that worked for my little guy was Arbonne's ABC Diaper Rash Cream. We tried Sudocream, Desitin, Buttpaste, youname it...we tried it. He would get horrible rashes that were red raw that we would have to use cortisone and anti-fungal on to heal. We finally broke the cycle of suffering when we switched over. I was so sold on the product that I actually started to sell Arbonne...message me if you need any. Arbonne can ship anywhere in the US, Canada, UK and Australia
Arbonne's diaper rash cream is fabulous!! It is all natural and has no harmful ingredients including mineral oil. I have a friend who is a rep and that's all we buy now!
We found a new one called Anti-Monkey Butt paste. It is not as thick as Desitin but works really well at first sign of redness and it seems to moisturize at the same time. We've used it on our 2month old son and we've never seen a rash last longer than 1 day.
Agreed Earth Mama Angel baby bottom balm, its not a cream so its easy to apply and you don't have to rub as much. Its like magic! My daughter is now two and we use it for boo boo's too.
Resinol. We use desitin as well but resinol is amazing. You usually have to get it behind the pharmacy counter but don't need a prescription for it. It clears her up in less than a day!!
I prefer Pinxav. Messy, but extremely effective for both of my kids.
PinXav - have to get on the internet, but it works and FAST!
desitin is good..i tried it to my son and it really works...
Ihle's Paste works wonders for us. It comes in a huge tub, so if we are out or on a trip we use Sudocreme.
I've only ever used Bepanthen Ointment on my three and found it clears any rash in one application. On the rare occasion the rash lasted longer (like when teething and poos are more acidic) then it still only took one or two applications more.
Although, I have to say nappy rash is very rare in this house - the only times we've really had issues is either a/ as mentioned before when teething, b/ when any child has eaten a lot of acidic food (ie tomatoes) or c/ the rare occasion cheap nappies were used.
Triple paste by far the best!!!!