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    Newborn diaper rash

    Newborn diaper rash

    • Kristina Korthas

    Diaper rash is a common skin irritation that affects many newborns. It is caused by prolonged exposure to wet or dirty diapers, as well as friction from the diaper against the skin. To prevent and treat diaper rash in newborns, follow these steps:

    1. Change diapers frequently: Make sure to change your baby's diaper as soon as it becomes wet or soiled, to keep their skin dry and prevent irritation.

    2. Use a gentle diaper cream: Apply a gentle, fragrance-free diaper cream to your baby's skin after every diaper change to create a barrier between the skin and the diaper.

    3. Allow skin to air dry: After each diaper change, let your baby's skin air dry for a few minutes before putting on a fresh diaper. This will help soothe any irritation and prevent further outbreaks of diaper rash.

    4. Avoid tight diapers: Make sure your baby's diapers fit comfortably and are not too tight. This will reduce friction against the skin and prevent further irritation.

    5. Use soft and absorbent diapers: Choose diapers that are made of soft and absorbent materials to reduce friction and prevent further skin irritation.

    6. Consider switching brands: If your baby continues to experience diaper rash, consider switching to a different brand of diapers or wipes that may be gentler on their skin.

    If the rash does not improve with these measures or if it becomes severe, it's important to consult a pediatrician for further advice.