Treating nappy rash

If your baby’s skin is sore, red and feels warm to the touch in any areas usually covered by a nappy then your baby may have nappy rash. You can follow the steps below to treat it: Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream is clinically proven to soothe, heal and protect. Reducing redness, swelling, heat & discomfort – all symptoms of nappy rash. If the rash persists, speak to your doctor or health visitor. The best approach to nappy rash is to prevent it in the first place. You can read more about preventing nappy rash here.

 

  1. Change your baby’s nappy every time it becomes wet or dirty to prevent prolonged contact between your baby’s skin and the chemicals found in wee and poo
  2. Leave the nappy off for as long as possible to let fresh air get to the affected area
  3. Make sure your baby’s nappy fits well and is not chafing or rubbing anywhere
  4. Avoid using soaps, detergents or bubble bath that could further irritate the affected area
  5. Ensure your baby’s skin is clean and dry before using a fresh nappy
  6. Apply Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream to the affected area at every nappy change to soothe and heal the skin. More than 50% of parents found Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream improved their baby’s nappy rash the same day they started using it and most parents said Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream completely healed their baby’s nappy rash within 2 days.*

 

Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream is clinically proven to soothe, heal and protect. Reducing redness, swelling, heat & discomfort – all symptoms of nappy rash. If the rash persists, speak to your doctor or health visitor.

 

The best approach to nappy rash is to prevent it in the first place. You can read more about preventing nappy rash here.