Desitin

Desitin Rapid Relief Nappy Rash Ointment 100g

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Ouch! No baby needs nappy rash, but unfortunately sometimes it’s just unpreventable. Make sure you have a tube of Desitin Rapid Relief Nappy Rash Ointment handy at nappy change times to form a protective barrier and help prevent nappy rash. 

Unfamiliar with nappy rash creams? Relax. They’re easy to use. 

Using your fingers, apply a super-thick layer covering the entire nappy area as if you were frosting a cake — even to areas that may not look irritated, since irritation may not always be visible to the naked eye. Try to avoid touching irritated skin more often than necessary. Baby would thank you, if he or she could talk!

Apply Desitin Rapid Relief Nappy Rash Ointment liberally as often as necessary, with each nappy change, especially at bedtime or anytime when exposure to wet nappies may be prolonged. Baby’s tend to be in their nappy for longer during the overnight phase, so be liberal! 

Here’s a few more tips from the makers of Desitin Rapid Relief Nappy Rash Ointment: 

To prevent nappy rash: You may not always be able to protect your baby from nappy rash, but there are steps you can take that can help significantly reduce the occurrence. First, keep baby's skin clean and dry, and allow nappy area to dry before reapplying nappy. Protect your baby's tender skin with a nappy rash treatment like Desitin Rapid Relief Nappy Rash Ointment.

To manage nappy rash: Three important steps can help bring nappy rash under control—gentle cleansing, ensuring the skin is dry, and protecting the skin from further irritation by applying a thick layer of Desitin Rapid Relief Nappy Rash Ointment at each nappy change to soothe and protect your baby's irritated skin.

Available in: 100g • Contains 40% zinc oxide • Provides overnight protection for baby’s tender skin • Hypoallergenic • Dermatologist tested *Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.

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