Nappy Rash Cream
The Grahams Natural Nappy Rash Cream is a zinc based formula that has been clinically developed with your little ones in mind. A nappy rash is essentially a skin rash - irritation and inflammation of the skin located in the nappy area of infants and young children. A nappy rash is characterised by redness and scaling of the skin in the nappy area. It can occur when a baby’s dirty nappy is in contact with the skin for too long. You may also find that children with extra sensitive skin are more prone to nappy rash.
Our cream works to dry out the moisture that causes irritation, protecting your child’s skin. With natural ingredients, Our natural nappy rash cream will prevent and alleviate the symptoms of nappy rash.
- Gentle on the skin
- Clinically tested ingredients
- Natural Ingredients
How to Use
During every nappy change, wash your baby’s bottom with mild soap and warm water (if there is no faeces, only use warm water); rinse and pat dry. If the skin is very irritated and sore, a warm bath may be a less painful option.
Help protect and treat the area by applying Grahams Natural nappy rash cream every time you change a nappy. Wash the area with mild soap and water after each change and reapply.
When possible, keep your baby’s nappy off for short periods. Exposing your baby’s bottom to open air will heal the rash faster and help your baby feel better.
Be sure to use alcohol-free and unscented baby wipes to limit stinging and prevent your baby’s skin from drying out.
Always read the label. Use only as directed if symptoms worsen or persist see your healthcare professional.
Purified Water, Zinc Oxide, Sunflower Oil, Betaine Anhydrous, Glycerol, Cetyl Stearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Palmitostearate, Cococaprylate, Almond Oil, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Butter, Phenethyl alcohol, Decylene Glycol, Caprylyl glycol, Sodium Stearoyl Glutamate, Disodium EDTA, Tocopheryl Acetate, Xanthan Gum, Lavender Oil
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