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Home remedies for diaper rash

Cheena M Gujral
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Home remedies for diaper rash

Does your baby suffer from diaper rash? Diaper rash can make your baby extremely uncomfortable and that’s no fun for your baby or for you!Proparent blogger Cheena M Gujral shares some tried and tested natural, home remedies for relief from the discomfort of diaper rash for your baby-and peace of mind for you. She also shares some tips to keep in mind to help avoid, or make the diaper rash worse. Yes, you can find relief right in your home and in your kitchen! Cheena says… • Massage some petroleum jelly to reduce itchiness • Use homemade ghee after every diaper change – as dadiji recommended • Use a smooth paste made with dalia and water for relief • Dab the affected area with cotton soaked in your breast milk • Use aloe vera to soothe your baby’s skin • Keep your baby’s cute backside well aired and dry • Take care during diaper changes • Read on for more natural remedies for diaper rash…


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Misericordia Samuilo Melsliku

| Aug 16, 2017

I use coconut oil n it works wonderfully

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arshiya banu

| Aug 08, 2017

wich pampers r best for baby any gd brand so dat baby don't get rashes.

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Cheena M Gujral

| Jul 30, 2017

Adarabani.. thanks for the new remedy. ..

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Lubna

| Jul 26, 2017

thanks

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Adarabbani

| Jul 25, 2017

my 1yr old son often had diaper rash,,even though ikept applying coconut oil n sebamed diaper rash cream after every pamper change. then one of my peadiatrician adviced me to use the antifungal powder(Candid powder),believe me iused, the rashes hav vanised complelty... atleast once in a day application is really preventive for rashes

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Smrity Sharma

| Jul 24, 2017

I use home made ghee.

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Sunita Dilraj Bharj

| Jul 23, 2017

I use coconut oil

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Purva Arsekar

| Jul 23, 2017

very helpful tips

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Tulasi Saiveena

| Jul 20, 2017

informative thank you very much

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Rudhraa Vairav

| Jul 16, 2017

Yeah Cheena.. I go with your point.. Valid one..

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Cheena M Gujral

| Jul 16, 2017

True rudhra, but at times with new borns in winters we shall use diaper. Else the chances to catch cold become high. Even I avoided diaper in summers but it was must for my premature baby in foggy chilled nights.

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Rudhraa Vairav

| Jul 16, 2017

Very useful info.. but according to me use diaper only if 'no other go' situation.. Maximum try to avoid it.. instead can use a thickly rolled or folded cotten clothes..

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Vandana Vitthal

| Jul 15, 2017

thank you

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Pratima Ghosh

| Jul 15, 2017

thank you. quite imformative

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Radhika

| Jul 15, 2017

thank you for your suggestions

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Festy Sijo

| Jul 15, 2017

asoiaan

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Komal Kochar

| Jul 15, 2017

I've tried ghee.. coconut oil.. they work well..

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Reshma Kumari

| Jul 15, 2017

yaah these r effective

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Shubhangi Negi

| Jul 15, 2017

vry nyc remedies.. thanks a tone

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Priyanka Gawand

| Jul 15, 2017

these home remedies are very helpful. thank u

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Kanchan Verma

| Jul 15, 2017

thanks to these information

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Sonal sharms

| Jul 15, 2017

Thank u for these information

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Nazneen Agaskar

| Jul 15, 2017

'+'l'+0klo plum... Pu* poo(9i up 0og8iio9 hhuu&8 opp p+jh 66 ty rrtt

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Kavita Kumar

| Jul 14, 2017

thanks for the remedies.....

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Saleem Nawaz

| Jul 14, 2017

thanks

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Sunita Raina

| Jul 14, 2017

thanks for the valuable information

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Priyanka Agarwal

| Jul 14, 2017

It's very important information.. Thanks a lot

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