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Sudocrem Hypo-Allergenic Cream 60g
Sudocrem is the most popular diaper rash preventative on the market. It helps to soothe, heal, and protect your baby's fragile skin from additional aggravation, and it's clinically proven.
Sudocrem contains a water-repellent foundation that acts as a protective barrier, preventing irritants such as urine and faeces from getting into touch with the skin. Sudocrem's emollient action may also aid to relieve irritated, inflammatory skin while also leaving it feeling soft. Sudocrem may also be used for various skin diseases that need a soothing, protecting, and healing cream.
Most emollients can be used safely and effectively with no side effects. However, burning, stinging, redness, or irritation may occur. If any of these happen, stop using the product and seek medical attention.
Diaper rash cream, like the Sudocrem HypoAllergenic Cream, is formulated specifically to protect the baby’s skin especially around the nappy area where irritations commonly happen. It works by forming a barrier between your baby’s skin and the chemicals that are contained in the diapers. Generally, the skin of a newborn baby or small baby is very sensitive and fragile. Their skins may be simply infected by the bacteria or many other types of infections from the soiled nappy. Because of that, taking care of your baby's skin is very important to prevent them from getting any itchy nappy rashes or redness and blisters. Diaper rash creams may also help with the stinging from skin irritations and itchiness that may come with a diaper rash.
It is best to change the nappy frequently to avoid a nappy rash in the first place especially if it is soiled as the urine and poop may easily irritate your baby's skin. Besides using wet wipes, you can also wash your baby's nappy area with water to make sure the area is clean.
Do not apply random creams, lotions or talcum powder around the nappy area as it may trigger the rash or worsen it. Consult your doctor if your baby's diaper rash persists.