How to apply cream to a diaper (rating of the best creams)
All parents sooner or later resort to using diapers for their little children. Some moms put on diapers for their children only for the night or for a walk. Others use diapers even when the baby is at home. In any case, the use of these absorbents can lead to the appearance of diaper rash and redness. Therefore, experts in the field of pediatrics to avoid any problems with the skin in a newborn child is recommended to use a special baby cream for diapers.
The skin of the baby is quite sensitive and receptive, and the constant presence in a dense and almost non-breathing diaper can lead to a number of troubles:
Therefore it is important before putting on a baby diaper, using a baby cream for it. Modern means have a soothing, protective, anti-inflammatory effect and provide reliable care for the delicate skin of the child.
In addition, the diaper means can act not only for prevention purposes, but also for treatment.
Applying cream to a diaper is necessary with several rules in mind:
- The skin of the baby must be dry and clean. For this, before applying the cream and dressing in the diaper, you need to wash the baby and get wet with a soft towel.
- After this, do not immediately apply. Let the baby 5-7 minutes to enjoy the air baths. During this time, his skin will dry completely and will be ready to apply a special cream.
- Now you can use a diaper. Lightly apply the cream on the area around the buttocks of the newborn and slightly on his buttocks. Pay attention to the folds and inguinal area. Well spread the product so that it does not slip. Wait until the cream is completely absorbed. Only after that it is possible to put on a baby diaper (see how to choose the diapers correctly).
Diapers change often, the ass before the cream is always dry, so that all by the rules)) but not every cream under the diaper came up to us. Left only Antral Baby. First she took a small vial to try a kremik, and then a liter bottle; very good cream. Too do without powders. No sticky film, does not roll down, hypoallergenic
Sudokrem is better for me than anything)