Babycare

diaper rashes & treatment

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Updated on Jan 22, 2017

Hello ....my son in 3 and half months old & recently he got diaper rash. he cries a lot if we just touch the area. I'm applying Himalaya diaper rash cream. can I know how long it would take to heal....

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| Oct 18, 2017

Nothing works well as of coconut oil... it had immense healing property. but everything is fail if u can't maintain proper hygiene. cotton water or Mother Sparsh water wipes is best in cleaning baby bum. If you clean well, coconut oil will work for sure.

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| Sep 19, 2017

apply Himalaya diaper rash cream .. restrict the use of diapers in case of rashes.. apply coconut oil or aloe Vera gel to the affected area. use wet cotton to cleanse baby's skin or mother sparsh water wipes an alternate to wet cotton.. q

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| Mar 15, 2017

hello everyone.. I use ABSORB dusting powder in diper. this is anti fungal n anti bacterial powder... it prevent rashes n other problems related to skin using dipers.

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| Mar 11, 2017

Hello dear. I am just using coconut oil with Kapoor. Apply the oil properly on your baby's skin before changing the diapers. I think this oil is best for all the skin problems of the babies. Try this oil on the rashes as well.

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| Jan 22, 2017

my baby complete fifth month tomorrow im going to feed ragi porridge any tips for me plz

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| Jan 22, 2017

u can use ezinapi cream which is diaper rash cream by Dr. reddy. it helps in healing the rashes soon

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| Jan 22, 2017

Thank you so much Vandana, Sridevi & Himanshi :-)

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| Jan 22, 2017

Himalaya rash cream is good. Do not keep diaper for very long time. keep little time gap between two diapers. use good quality diaper. I personally find libro better than the others.

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| Jan 22, 2017

himalaya rash cream is better keep on using avoid diepers

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| Jan 22, 2017

apply coconut oil. it will heal very soon.

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