These diaper rash remedies will give you options when it comes to treating diaper rash. Some remedies are all natural and organic, while others are commercial concoctions that are tried and true. Experiment with different types to see what works for you and your baby.
This balm is my first choice for relieving and healing diaper rash. It contains natural ingredients and just a little bit goes a long way. The tin is small so it fits anywhere. It's not too greasy and it won't leave a white mess on clothes like other creams. In addition, the smell is great but not too strong or offensive.
Butt Paste works fast and is especially good for babies with sensitive skin. The bonus with Butt Paste is that it works on a lot more than just diaper rash. You can use it for chapped skin anywhere on the body, so when the diaper rash is gone you won't feel like you've got cream sitting around going to waste.
5. A&D Ointment
A&D Ointment has been around for quite a while, and despite the greasy feel and fishy smell, it does work well and is a bit less expensive than other brands. It is made up of quite a bit of petroleum jelly (like Vaseline) so I wouldn't recommend using it if your child is wearing anything you don't want stained.
6. Triple Paste
Several parents have written to me about how they love Triple Paste. It used to be the case that it was hard to find and most folks heard about it from the health care providers when nothing else was working. Now, it's available at most drug and discount stores. It may seem expensive, but a very little bit goes a long way.