Diaper Rash Information

Unfortunately, no matter how well you care for your baby, diaper rash can still occur from time to time. Diaper rash begins when trapped moisture and friction begin to irritate the skin. The irritation continues over time, and the harsh urine and stool inside a soiled diaper can make the situation worse. Diaper rash is not only uncomfortable for baby, but if it is left unattended, it can even lead to infection.

Read on to learn more about how to DETECT diaper rash and how Balmex can help you treat and prevent diaper rash from harming your baby’s soft skin.

Links at the bottom: Preventing Diaper Rash (The 3 leading causes or diaper rash) & Treating Diaper Rash (Rash Reduction after 1 change)

Causes of Diaper Rash
There are several factors that contribute to the development of diaper rash. They include wetness, friction/chafing, presence of urine and stool and sometimes, infection from organisms.
Detecting Diaper Rash
Diaper rash is one of the most common skin conditions for babies. Almost 75% of moms report that their baby gets a diaper rash at least once every six months.
Preventing & Treating Diaper Rash
Tips for preventing & treating diaper rash.