Wondering

Lexington, KY

#1 Aug 9, 2009
what is best cure?

“Where?”

Since: Apr 09

Earth

#2 Aug 9, 2009
short of air, Burt's Bees diaper ointment is THE BEST and I have tried ALL BRANDS!

As far as the diaper rash, if it's persistant, pull dairy and see if it doesn't disappear.

My boys have confirmed food allergies and horrid diaper rashes occur if they have dairy.. sometimes they get it here and there, it's hard to avoid it..

I'm very knowledgeable with rashes, if you need further help- holler at me! My kids have the food allergies and I have a rare form of psoriasis that required detailed diagnosing.. so.. I know my rashes!!! lol
Wondering wrote:
what is best cure?
mom

Richmond, KY

#3 Aug 9, 2009
Wondering wrote:
what is best cure?
I know this sounds strange but when my son was a baby he had a diaper rash and my dr. told me to use a yeast infection cream and it worked, and once you clear it up start using a vasiline at every diaper change and like myself he never had another rash. Just just the cheap brand at walmart it will do great.

“Sic friatur crustum dulce ”

Since: Apr 09

the real world.....

#5 Aug 9, 2009
You got the name right, and it sounds like a miracle in a jar/tube:

http://www.cajunbrands.com/proddetail.asp...
Product Indications Boudreaux’s Butt Paste is clinically indicated as a diaper rash ointment and skin protectant, but:“It’s not just for diaper rash anymore.” Boudreaux’s Butt Paste has been shown to be effective in many other minor skin disorders such as: Abrasions Acne Chafed Skin Chapped Lips Eczema Feminine Irritation Fever Blisters Heat Rashes Hemorrhoids Incontinent Rashes Jock Itch Minor Burns Oral Lesions Poison Ivy or Oak Psoriasis Razor Burn Rectal Itching Shingles
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Socially_Distorted wrote:
I use Boudreaux's Butt Paste and it is absolutley the best stuff I have tried...You can find it at walmart or krogers...kinda pricey but oh so worth it...will fix the problem overnight...Its a miracle in a bottle!
LoL..The name is a little wrong but its definitley good stuff!
thanks

Santa Clara, CA

#6 Aug 9, 2009
thanks for your help
I know

Brodhead, KY

#7 Aug 9, 2009
Do you want the old wifes tale on how to clear up a rash, adult or baby rash..Find dirt dobbers nest,, crush it fine as powder and dust it on the rash area and it will be gone the next morning,, this is no joke ,, it does work
Someone who knows

Mckee, KY

#8 Aug 12, 2009
The butt paste and the Burt Bee's paste works good, so does corn starch. But mainly air will help wonders as well.

You really need to take your child to the doctor though. There could be more than just a diaper rash going on. Sometimes your child could have a bacterial infection, and it will cause their little bottoms to break out. Especially if they have had a virus. An antibiotic will help as well especially if the over the counter products hasn't helped.
PrettyMommy

Berea, KY

#9 Aug 12, 2009
I fully agree with everyone, but what "mom" said works the best for me. Yeast infection cream followed with Vasaline wroks wonders, the Vasaline makes the pee run off into the diaper and the skin dosent soak it up.
BUT!! if nothing is working and if the rash is bright red with sores or if skin is peeling, it's more than likely a yeast infection, my children are prone to them, and the best thing for that is a perscription for Nyastatin (not sure if thats how it's spelled) It cures the rash within 12 hours.
Good Luck Hun!!!
hello

Richmond, KY

#10 Aug 13, 2009
PrettyMommy wrote:
I fully agree with everyone, but what "mom" said works the best for me. Yeast infection cream followed with Vasaline wroks wonders, the Vasaline makes the pee run off into the diaper and the skin dosent soak it up.
BUT!! if nothing is working and if the rash is bright red with sores or if skin is peeling, it's more than likely a yeast infection, my children are prone to them, and the best thing for that is a perscription for Nyastatin (not sure if thats how it's spelled) It cures the rash within 12 hours.
Good Luck Hun!!!
That's been said ,read comment #3.
The ORIGANAL CARTER

Berea, KY

#11 Aug 13, 2009
Wondering wrote:
what is best cure?
I found the corn starch to work best for me when mine were little. I had a old spice bottle cleaned out and dry filled with it worked good.
PrettyMommy

Berea, KY

#12 Aug 13, 2009
hello wrote:
<quoted text>That's been said ,read comment #3.
Yeah i know thats why i said i agree with her
Mommy of a boy

Richmond, KY

#13 Aug 14, 2009
Have you heard the old wives' tell of oat meal baths? I have tried it but the Aveeno diaper creme has oatmeal in it and it works wonders. My little boy had a diaper rash and it cleared. The best thing to do is keep them dry and keep the creme on them. If at all possible leave the diaper off for a little bit!
4Fun

Perry, GA

#14 Aug 14, 2009
My daughter was diagnosed with everything from folliculitis to yeast!!! We tried everything!!! But I will say the dirt dobber thing is a new one for me. We had to potty train her at 16 months. It was really tough. But I really believe she was allergic to diapers! We've not had any trouble since she learned to potty. Her pediatrician told us she was way to young to potty train but persistance got the job done!!

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