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3 Best And Effective Home Remedies To Treat Diaper Rash In Babies

Diaper rashes are natural, and it doesn’t mean that you are not taking good care of your baby.

First and foremost, wet and dirty diapers are the primary cause of diaper rashes.

From blisters and itchiness to tiny pimples and peeling of the skin, untreated diaper rashes lead to bacterial infections in babies and become a cause of discomfort for them.

Here is a list of 8 best home remedies to treat diapers rashes.

Number 1

Coconut Oil

“I usually recommend a greasy or emollient-type product,”.

“These are hydrating and soothing, in addition to providing a moderate amount of barrier protection.”

One of the most natural products to fit into this category is one you may already have at home: coconut oil.

This remedy may be especially helpful for diaper rash caused by yeast, as multiple published studies confirm coconut oil is a powerful antifungal and antibacterial properties.

Take half a tablespoon of coconut oil and apply it to the affected area after washing your baby’s bottom with warm water and then drying.

Moms agree it can work wonders on a yeasty rash.

“Coconut oil was the only thing that worked for my baby without him screaming in pain,” “Cleared it right up!”

Number 2

Apple Cider Vinegar

Adding a cup of apple cider vinegar to your baby's bath water to get rid of a yeast-caused diaper rash quickly.

“Not only will the apple cider vinegar kill bacteria that could worsen the rash, it will also kill off yeast that is prone to cause a rash,” .

” You can also dilute a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a cup of water and wash your baby’s bottom with it each time you do a diaper change.”

Number 3

Aloe Vera

If your baby’s diaper rashes accompany severe inflammation, then a quick home remedy is to use Aloe Vera gel and apply to it.

It doesn’t matter whether you use fresh Aloe Vera gel or bottled editions, either way, they work and are natural.

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Content created and supplied by: DanielAkoh (via Opera News )

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