Babies Go Diaper Rash Free With SkinEasi

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Diaper Rashes in a Baby

“As soft as a baby’s bottom” is a reference we often use when we talk about something extremely soft and smooth. And when those smooth, soft and supple baby bottoms suffer from annoying diaper rashes, it can be very concerning and heart-wrenching for a parent. The little one undergoes acute discomfort and pain. The only way they can express their discomfort is by crying and sometimes, these cries can be just non-stop. It leaves a parent feeling helpless and desperate to try any remedy under the sun to restore the comfort in their baby and get rid of all those pesky rashes.

So, why does this happen? Why do rashes appear? Today most diapers are made with advanced technologies to ensure those rashes don’t appear. Still, diaper rashes can happen and as a parent you want to ensure your little one does not suffer from those rashes. Ditching the diaper may not always be a feasible choice due to various circumstances.

You simply need the right product to help you and your child. Have you ever tried SkinEasi – India’s first-ever patented, Silicone-based anti-friction and anti-chafing gel? As parents, you may not feel comfortable using store bought products on your baby due to the presence of chemicals. Home remedies may not always work on diaper rash. So what now? Don’t worry; SkinEasi is just the right product for your baby because your little one deserves the best!

In This Article

What Does a Diaper Rash Look Like?

First, let’s understand what a diaper rash is so that we don’t confuse these rashes with something else.

Diaper rash is the rashes that appear in areas where the baby’s skin is in contact with a diaper. The skin can become red, itchy, bumpy, scaly, tender, or sore to the touch.

The baby might cry when you touch the affected area or even when you just put on the diaper. It will hurt when they try to sit or when you carry them while putting pressure on their bottoms. Laying the baby on their back can also irritate the affected skin when it rests on something hard or the diaper itself.

Yes, that’s a lot of ways those tiny rashes can affect your baby. You will not have much of a “position” to let your baby relax in.

What Causes Diaper Rashes in a Baby?

common diaper rash areas

Why do these pesky irritating rashes appear on those soft and smooth bottoms?

Some of the most common reasons for these rashes can be:

1. Tight Diaper

When the diaper is too tight, it does not allow enough room for ventilation. It is very natural for a parent to ensure the diaper is well secured on the baby, to avoid leaks and accidents. However, when there is no room for even air to circulate, the baby’s skin suffers.

Check if you are using the right size

  • Try the next size.
  • If the next size is too big, try a different brand or a different fit in the same brand (many brands have different types of diapers).
  • Try advanced materials (brands these days come with variants made with different materials or technologies).
  • Check videos online or ask your doctor to show you how to put on a diaper, the right way. One of the first instructions a nurse gives after a baby’s delivery is about using diapers. They will teach you how to put it on a baby and how to secure it properly but new parents have way too many things on their minds and might forget something crucial.

2. Antibiotics

If your child is on some medications or antibiotics, it could be causing the diaper rash. Many medications can cause a breakout of hives in a baby. If you feel this could be the culprit, check with your doctor. Ask for alternatives. Sometimes a doctor might prescribe some medicine to prevent such side effects if the antibiotic cannot be changed.

3. Inadequate Hygiene

If the baby’s bottoms and genital areas are not cleaned properly, it can lead to rashes. It is quite easy to miss a little pee or poop between those soft skin folds, especially if you are changing a sleeping baby’s diaper and are being careful not to wake them up.

  • Always check skin folds to ensure they are clean.
  • Try to wash the baby’s bottom under running water or with water.
  • Use fresh cloth or tissues to clean.
  • Ensure the sheets under the baby is changed after they soil them.
  • Always wash your hands well before touching a baby’s bottom. Anything sticking to your hands can be transferred to the baby’s bottom during a diaper change and cause rashes.
  • If you are cleaning poop, ensure your hands are clean before you apply anything on the baby’s bottom before putting on the next diaper.

4. Wet Skin

Putting a diaper on a wet bottom can also cause rashes. The water tends to get trapped and causes an overload of moisture when the baby wets the diaper. Always pat dry the bottom before you apply any diaper rash gel-like SkinEasi. Never let the skin be wet.

If you feel the diaper is too heavy or wet to touch from the outside, your baby’s diaper needs to be changed.

5. New Foods Sensitivity

When your baby is introduced to new foods as they get older, it can cause diaper rashes. Food allergies and reactions to certain food ingredients are very common, and the diaper area is also a common spot for those reactions to show up.

If the baby is exclusively breastfed,, what the mother eats can cause reactions in the baby.

6. Allergies

The products you use on your baby’s skin can cause rashes and allergies. It could be a new soap, powder, a new diaper itself, or the diaper rash gel or cream you are using. SkinEasi is made from natural ingredients like calendula oil, lavender oil, and patchouli oil, which help prevent such allergies.

7. Irritation

If your baby is being carried too often, the friction can cause rashes. They can be carried by hand or in a baby carrier. The diaper area is constantly under pressure as  the baby’s weight rests on this area. This leads to a lot of pressure and friction, irritating the skin. If your baby has just started moving and is using their bottom to do it, it can irritate the skin too.

5 Easy Ways to Treat Diaper Rashes in Babies

Treating Diaper Rashes in Babies

Now, how can we solve this crisis? Here are 10 tried and tested methods many mothers have used over the years, to prevent or resolve a diaper rash situation. Hope these can help that little baby of yours:

1. Change and Clean

Always change the diaper within the time limit mentioned by the manufacturer. The number of hours mentioned on the pack is the “maximum” number of hours you can use the diaper on the baby. This does not mean you must always use a diaper for so many hours. If the diaper feels wet to touch or heavy, change it immediately.

When you change a diaper, always clean your baby’s skin before you can put on another diaper. Even if it is just urine, you need to clean the skin properly.

2. Pat Dry

It is vital to ensure the skin is dry before putting on a diaper. You need to pat dry the skin and not wipe clean. The repeated wiping motion can irritate the skin and cause chafing. Also, when we wipe, we tend to move at the same angle. The repeated friction can irritate the baby’s skin.

3. Absorbent Diapers

It always helps to invest in super-absorbent diapers. Yes, almost all brands advertise they are super absorbent. However, some babies wet themselves more than others. You need to explore the brands around you and find the right one for your baby’s needs.

You can opt for different brands or models for day and night use. Many brands have diapers specific for night use as babies need better protection at night. If your baby is a heavy wetter, you can consider using one of these “nighttime” diapers for the daytime too.

4. Extra Rinse

If you use cloth nappies or cloth diapers, ensure that you wash them well. Poop can stick to the most unexpected corners and creases. So, double rinsing can help. Wash with warm water and soap at all times. Never settle for just a water rinse. Also, dry them out in the sun as much as possible. Sunlight can kill all the germs and act as a natural disinfectant.

5. Diaper Rash Gel

The last but one of the most effective steps to prevent diaper rash is to use a diaper rash gel. When a baby’s diaper is changed, the bottom is cleaned. There is nothing between that soft, tender bottom and the machine-made diaper. The diaper, though made with care and the latest technology, is not customized.

The bottoms require extra protection. A protective layer and diaper rash gels like SkinEasi give just that. When you apply a layer of this gel on your baby’s skin, you are sealing the skin. This seal will protect the baby’s skin from the materials in the diaper itself, which can irritate the skin, the urine, and faeces which contain germs that can harm the skin. It will also prevent moisture from penetrating the skin.

What is SkinEasi?

SkinEasi is one of India’s leading brands developing unique skincare products to protect the skin against rashes and chafing. Developed by leading women scientists, the SkinEasi range of gels use revolutionary patented technology to provide the utmost care for the skin.

SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel offers a unique protective layer technology to heal, soothe, prevent diaper rash, irritation, and redness on the baby’s bottom. Such rashes appear due to continued exposure to the urine and faeces in a baby’s diaper. These issues can occur in the baby’s skin folds too, and SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel fights against that as well, keeping your baby’s skin soft and supple.

Why is SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel Effective?

skinEasi diaper rash gel

When there are so many diaper rash creams and gels in the market, wondering why you should opt for SkinEasi? SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel has many features that make it stand apart from the rest of the products on the market. Some of those noteworthy features are:

  1. It uses a unique Protective Layer Technology to provide a layer of protection for the baby’s tender bottoms.
  2. This cream is made from skin-friendly silicone elastomers. It prevents the skin from coming in contact with urine and faeces in the diaper.
  3. It also effectively heals, soothes, and prevents rashes in the skin folds of a baby’s bottom and thighs.
  4. You can use this on your baby’s skin every day. It is perfectly safe for daily use.
  5. It offers protection for a good 8 hours.
  6. The active ingredients present in this gel help soothe irritated skin and heal the rashes already present.
  7. It can repel water and is sweatproof. Thus being more effective in protecting the skin against moisture.
  8. No materials of animal origin are used in this gel.
  9. It is entirely free of artificial fragrances and colours, as neither are safe for a baby’s skin.
  10. It is hypoallergenic and free of preservatives.
  11. The crean does not have a greasy texture, nor does it leave any stain on the skin.
  12. It offers a protective layer that is breathable and allows ventilation for the skin.
  13. It is dermatologically tested and is free of any irritants or harmful chemicals.
  14. The protective layer does not come off easily when you rub it or due to repeated friction with the diaper. It will come off only when washed with some mild baby soap while giving a bath.
  15. It also effectively protects the skin from irritation caused by the constant rubbing of the diaper edges.

What is SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel Made Of ?

SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel Made Of

Every parent is concerned about the ingredients used in the products they use for their babies. Even one small ingredient can cause severe rash or allergies on a baby’s tender skin. SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel is made taking such concerns into consideration. It uses active natural ingredients instead of harsh chemicals, for better protection and safety of the skin.

It consists of the following ingredients in a silicone elastomer base:

1. Calendula Oil

It has antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties which help  fight diaper rash and skin irritations effectively. It can help heal an existing rash, wound and soothe skin.

2. Lavender Oil

This essential oil has numerous benefits for topical application. It can kill bacteria, prevent and also heal any skin breakouts. It can be very soothing and help the baby’s skin heal well.

3. Patchouli Oil

Another essential oil that acts as an aromatic herb, patchouli oil can help heal cracked skin and soothe dry and damaged skin. It has antifungal and antibacterial properties too, which can effectively protect your baby’s skin.

4. Vitamin E

It helps protect and nourish the skin from damages. It is a powerful antioxidant that is known for its use in a variety of skin-related products.

5. Calamine

Calamine is a medication prescribed even by doctors for itchiness and skin issues. It is harmless and very effective on tender skin. It can help soothe a rash and nourish the skin from within and speed up the healing process. Also it can dry out the irritated skin and reduce the spread of any infection.

Conclusion : No More Diaper Rashes!

Choosing the right products for a baby is an immense responsibility thrust on every parent. You need to be cautious and choose products that are actually good for your baby and not just what the label claims. When it comes to diapers, choosing the right brand is crucial to avoid unwanted rashes and irritation. However, there will be times when no matter what the quality or brand of the diaper is, it will affect your baby’s skin. You cannot change the diaper every time your baby has a rash. It is a smarter and feasible option to use a diaper rash gel to protect the skin at all times.

The SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel is readily available in stores around you and can be packed away in your diaper bag. It hardly takes any space and offers good value for money. You can use this gel with any diaper of your choice. If you have run out of diapers and are forced to buy a new brand, for the time being, you need not worry about how it will affect your baby’s skin, when it is protected with SkinEasi Diaper Rash Gel.

Read Also: Diaper Rashes – Causes, Treatment, Home Remedies and Precautions

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