Step by Step Guide on How to Apply Diaper Cream Perfectly!

The diaper area is exposed to acidic wastes constantly and is prone to develop redness, itchiness and all these initial symptoms when left untreated can turn into a severe diaper rash.

In my nearly four years of parenting two kids, We have encountered diapers rashes once or maybe twice.

I credit that to using cloth diapers, regular diaper breaks and religiously applying chemical free diaper creams.

When it’s time for a diaper change, gather all the required supplies. Many have a dedicated diaper changing area loaded with all the essentials in a diaper caddy.

1. Gather supplies:

If you are putting your baby on the change table, make sure to strap the baby secure.

2. Place the Baby in a Safe Place

We did not have a change table, so all our diaper changes happened in the crib, on the bed or the floor over a play mat.

Remove the dirty diaper from your baby’s bum and keep the soiled diaper far away from baby’s arms reach. Better yet, discard the diaper immediately.

3. Remove the Dirty Diaper

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All material provided is for your information only and should not be construed as medical advice or instruction. Please consult your doctor.