chris wa 1yr, 2yrs 14 yr
A bit messy but it works.
I have never tried this but some people swear by it. It's paw paw cream. Can get it from health food shops. Some mum's on another forum had your problem and they all said it worked a treat!!
Mum to Bub
Zach nearly 3yrs always had nappy rash it used to get to the point where he would be bleeding, and like you i had tried every cream i could find.I then tried using the juice from my Aloe Vera plant. I used to rub it on then put zinc and castor oil cream over the top, it was amazing.
Have you tried Derm-Aid this works great on my youngest.
'Nappy Paste' or 'Nappy Mate' jars from Coles, Woolies, etc put on really thick have worked well when nothing else would. Good luck smile
Emma, WA, Riley-July''''04, Keira-Feb''''08
But lucky, dactozin save her day.
I think it's important that we should make sure we knew what caused the nappy rash. sometime, nappy rash caused by food alergy, or caused by baby wipe etc.
alisha,nsw, 3 yrs
Have you tried taking your daughter off dairy for a couple of weeks?
My son also suffered from really bad nappy rash. It would clear up and then come straight back. It would literally strip the skin off his butt. It would be red raw for ages. The doctor told me it was fungal but none of the creams etc helped. I eventually got a referral to a pediatrician when we went on holidays. He said to take him off all dairy for a month as it sounded like he was lactose intolerant.
I removed all dairy from my sons diet and put him on soy formula etc. I'm pleased to say that he has not had any bad nappy rash since.
I still give my son cheese and yoghurt but not alot and I give him soy milk.
This works for us at the moment but I would recommend to see a GP or pediatrician first.
Let me know how you get on.
All the best
Nicci - mum to 2 Gorgeous Little Horrors!!
Hope this helps.
suzanne, vic, twins nearly 1
I hope that helps
Have fun Deb and Jess