Best Baby Products Series: What's the Best Diaper Rash Cream?

Thursday, May 30, 2013

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Diapers rashes are the worst!  It's so sad when your sweet little baby has a red raw bum and is uncomfortable.  Breaks my heart.  The first time my son got a diaper rash I remember doing what every new mom does, google.  I frantically searched the web and called my mom friends to see what they had to say about which cream was the "magic" one. 

My two personal favorites are: Boudreaux's Butt Paste & Calendula Oil

So this week as part best baby products series I would love to hear from you moms what you think is the best diaper rash cream and would recommend to other expecting or new moms.

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24 comments:

Mommy Char said...

I use a dab of coconut oil and air drying before putting on posies if my little one have a rash =)

Anonymous said...

Coconut oil is our favorite over here!

Sarah Faulkner said...

A third vote for coconut oil--it's the best I've found (vs. Desitin, Boudreaux's, Bert's Bees). I've also had good results with adding baking soda to his bathwater and letting him have a long, tepid soak.

Helena said...

Grandma El´s :) Best one, and cloth diaper save! :)

Have you seen this: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=117939&page=1

Helena said...

Grandma El´s :) Best one, and cloth diaper save! :)

Have you seen this: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=117939&page=1

Anonymous said...

Browned flour ... sounds strange I know, but works like a charm!!! Put some flour into a frying pan, then on medium heat, keep stirring the flour until it turns a light golden brown. Apply a light dusting at each diaper change.

Aria said...

i really like using coconut oil, it seems to work wonders for a multitude of ailments! but sometimes if the rash is persistant or i'm out and don't have a convenient way to carry coconut oil i'll use boudreaux's, my second favorite.

Chris, Krista and Conor Bolton said...

Just plain Vaseline has worked best for me!

Shelly Hardage-Wilkerson said...

I used Burt's Bees Diaper Ointment. We still use it from time to time for other rashes and it's great on minor burns. I also loved Burt's Bees Dusting Powder too!

Mindy said...

We used Boudreaux's quite a bit with Baby #2, but this time around we're back to the good old Desitin. I think it works the fastest and doesn't sting their little bottoms like some of the other ones we tried in the past.

Charlotte said...

My baby has ridiculously sensitive skin and whereas we love natural, earth friendly products, the only thing that works without fail is A&D with zinc. She seriously gets a rash once a month, poor girl.

Anonymous said...

My all time favorite is called Tender Tush by Young Living Oils. That stuff rocks on all ouchie skin rashes!!! Second fav is Boudreaux.

Lauren0109 said...

Coconut oil works wonders!

Sally said...

We use this homemade recipe and it works great:

http://wellnessmama.com/3765/luxurious-homemade-lotion-recipe/

Good for all over the body really, and you can add a little zinc oxide for diaper rashes too.

Alexa said...

Mila had and still has very sensitive skin and I swear by the Calendula Oil. Stuff is amazing. I tend to have dry skin too and I've used it a few times...works wonders.

Morgan said...

This is a little strange, but once when my little one had a bad diaper rash I didn't have much at the house and I googled all natural ways...and found egg whites...yucky right? They worked like a charm though. I have used them a few more times and every time it helps heal very quickly. It needs to be coupled with naked air dry time :)

Unknown said...

I use Arbonne's Herbal Diaper Rash Cream. It's amazing, the company has a reputation for being botanically based and free of toxins, and honestly, it just works. I even use it for sunburns and rashes on our noses when we have colds. Works overnight. :)

Leonard Clayton said...

I think you should go for Amolin Baby Cream. It is specially formulated oil-rich cream that soothes and heals to give your baby longer lasting protection from nappy rash and skin irritations, minor sunburn, cracked lips and dry skin :-)

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

I researched this alot since we are doing cloth diapers and coconut oil is what we will be using! I have heard so many good things about it and based on your commenters alot of people agree!

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but where can I find coconut oil? Is it in the section where cooking oil would be located? I don't think I've ever seen it and my lil one has a terrible diaper rash.

Anonymous said...

I use a cream called the healthy baby bottom for my son and rash is gone next day!! And its all natural ingredients and is instant relief :)

medrushi said...

fantastic share!!!!

My5 Choices said...

I use a dab of coconut oil and air drying before putting on posies if my little one have a rash =)
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Rashel Ahmed said...

Awesome post

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