Diaper Rash Guide
Identify, prevent and treat diaper rash with this helpful guide from JOHNSON’S® baby diaper rash cream, the #1 choice of pediatricians and moms.
50 to 60% of all babies will suffer from diaper rash at some time. Diaper rash can lead to an increased frequency of crying, changes in eating habits and sleep patterns, agitated and restless behavior and sometime less urination and/or defecation to avoid pain. Careful care when changing your baby’s diaper can help prevent diaper rash.
Use mild wipes or a warm, wet washcloth to gently cleanse your baby’s skin
Keep your baby’s skin as dry as possible
Apply a thick layer of safe yet effective zinc oxide based cream on the diaper area like JOHNSON’S® baby diaper rash cream to the entire diaper area at each diaper change
- Keep your baby clean and dry by changing the diaper frequently.
- Clean your baby’s diaper area well at each diaper change. Remember to pat her skin dry don’t rub.
- Don’t put on the diaper too tight, as it allows better air circulation and speeds healing. You could even let your baby sleep with a bare bottom.
- If the problem still persists, you should immediately contact a doctor.