Diaper Rash Cream

Old Price $20

✓ Suitable for Sensitive Skin
✓ Soothes Rough and Irritated Skin
✓ Promotes Healing
✓ Locks in Moisture
✓ Supports Lipid Barrier of the Skin
✓ Fragrance-Free
✓ Non-Irritating
✓ Anti-Inflammatory

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Overview 

Diaper rashes are agitating to babies, causing stinging, chafing, itchiness, redness, and discomfort. Our Diaper Rash Cream offers a gentle solution specifically formulated for sensitive skin, aiding relief during diaper changes. With its soothing formula, it repairs and maximizes skin hydration to help minimize the dread of diaper changes and make your little one more comfortable. Its thick and creamy texture makes the application effortless and painless, spreading with ease with just a small amount, providing lasting protection and comfort for your little one's delicate skin.

Key Benefits

  • Suitable for Sensitive Skin
  • Soothes Rough and Irritated Skin 
  • Promotes Healing 
  • Locks in Moisture 
  • Supports Lipid Barrier of the Skin
  • Fragrance-Free
  • Non-Irritating
  • Anti-Inflammatory

Key Ingredients

Zinc Oxide

Zinc Oxide is the star ingredient in our Diaper Rash Cream, offering many benefits for your baby's delicate skin. Typically known for its sun protection properties, Zinc Oxide also possesses other beneficial qualities. It forms a barrier on the skin's surface, shielding it from moisture, irritants, and bacteria from soil particles in diapers that can result in irritation and infection. This protective barrier is crucial in preventing diaper rashes by keeping the skin dry and protected from irritation. In addition, Zinc Oxide's anti-inflammatory properties soothe redness and inflammation, providing much-needed relief from discomfort. With Zinc Oxide as our key ingredient, our Diaper Rash Cream provides comfort and protection, helping aid your little one with their every application.

Hydrolyzed Rhodophyceae Extract - Red Algae

Our Diaper Rash Cream features Hydrolyzed Rhodophyceae Extract, a powerful ingredient derived from red algae. It has many benefits for diaper rashes and overall skin health. It is rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents, and exceptional hydration properties; this extract helps calm irritation, minimize redness, and restore moisture levels in your little one's skin. In addition, it aids in skin repair and advances the healing process for dry, damaged skin commonly found with diaper rashes. Its ability to form a protective barrier shields the skin from further irritation and friction caused by diapers, promoting an optimal environment for healing and encouraging overall skin health. Adding this extract to our Diaper Rash Cream enhances soothing relief, protection, and prevention of diaper rashes, providing the care and comfort your little one deserves.

Lactococcus Ferment Lysate

Lactococcus Ferment Lysate is a key ingredient in our Diaper Rash Cream because it accelerates skin renewal and healing using probiotic technology, which is essential for effectively treating diaper rash. It also enhances skin cell cohesion and boosts the production of natural antimicrobial peptides, which protect the skin. Additionally, it contains cytoplasm cell wall fragments that bolster the skin's immune response, further aiding in skin health. Lastly, it strengthens the skin, making it more resilient against irritants. With this powerful ingredient, our cream fights your little one's diaper rash and helps your baby's skin be healthy and happy.

EWG Score

The Skin Deep® ingredient hazard score, from 1 to 10, reflects known and suspected hazards linked to the ingredients. Learn more
1-2 Low Hazard
3-6 Moderate Hazard
7-10 High Hazard

  • Zinc Oxide Origin:
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What is the active ingredient in the Diaper Rash Cream?

The active ingredient in our Diaper Rash Cream is 15% Zinc Oxide.

Why is Zinc in the Diaper Rash Cream?

Zinc Oxide is included in our Diaper Rash Cream for its many benefits. It forms a protective barrier against moisture and irritants, soothes inflammation, and provides comfort and protection for your baby's delicate skin. Zinc Oxide is an active ingredient that enables our product to be sold over-the-counter (OTC) per the FDA monograph, allowing it to be called a Diaper Cream.

Is the Zinc Oxide non-nano?

Yes, the Zinc Oxide is non-nano!

Is the Diaper Rash Cream cloth diaper safe? Or will it stain the cloth?

Yes, our Diaper Rash Cream is cloth diaper safe, although it contains Zinc Oxide, which could potentially cause staining.

Is it safe to use on a newborn?

Using our Diaper Rash Cream on a newborn is generally safe, as our formulas are designed to be gentle and free from harmful ingredients. It is versatile and gentle enough for all age groups, including those with sensitive skin. We recommend performing a small skin patch test and waiting 24 hours to ensure no reactions occur. If the skin responds well, you can proceed to use it on the affected area of the body. However, if you have any concerns about using this product on your child, we highly recommend consulting with a healthcare professional or a licensed skincare specialist before introducing any new product to your baby's skincare routine. While our products are crafted to prioritize safety for all ages, seeking professional guidance for your little one's well-being is always a wise practice.

Caution: For external use only. Avoid direct contact with the eye. If irritation occurs, rinse with cool water and discontinue use. Keep out of reach of small children.

Caution: CHOKING HAZARD - Please be aware that the cap may fit easily into small mouths. Keep out of reach of children to prevent accidental ingestion.

What are some causes of diaper rash?

Diaper rash can result from various factors depending on each child, including leaving a wet or soiled diaper on for extended periods, which can irritate. Changing your baby's diaper frequently and promptly minimizes this risk. Also, chafing caused by diapers that are too tight or loose can contribute to diaper rash. Other factors, such as sensitivity to various diaper or wipe ingredients, changes in stool composition due to introducing new foods, or skin irritation from harsh detergents or fabric softeners used in washing cloth diapers or even clothes, can also play a role in diaper rash severity.

How often should I apply the diaper rash cream?

Apply the Diaper Rash Cream whenever needed or if you notice any signs of irritation. To keep your baby's skin healthy and minimize potential rashes, change wet or soiled diapers promptly to prevent prolonged exposure to moisture, a common cause of diaper rash. Additionally, don't hesitate to use the cream if you expect prolonged exposure to moisture, such as during vacations or extended outings, to maintain your baby's skin health and prevent diaper rash.

Should I apply the diaper rash cream preventively or only when my baby has a rash? Can I use it at every diaper change, or should I use it less frequently?

You can use the Diaper Rash Cream preventively and to address existing rashes. Applying the cream at every diaper change is perfectly fine to maintain your baby's skin health and prevent diaper rash, as long as you clean and dry the area well before. If you notice any signs of irritation or anticipate prolonged exposure to moisture, such as during vacations or extended outings, don't hesitate to use the cream to help protect your baby's delicate skin.

Can I apply the diaper rash cream on broken skin or open sores?

You can apply the diaper rash cream on broken skin or open sores after cleaning and drying the area. If you have any concerns about adding the cream to existing wounds, especially if they are open, we highly recommend consulting with a healthcare professional or a licensed skincare specialist before applying the cream to your baby's delicate skin. Be gentle during application to avoid further irritation.

Clean: Begin by changing your little one's diaper and thoroughly cleaning the diaper area with a gentle wipe or our Hair & Body Wash and warm water. Gently pat the area dry with a soft cloth or allow it to air dry completely before applying the Diaper Rash Cream. Moisture can worsen diaper rash, so allowing the skin to air dry is ideal.

Apply: Using a rubber spatula or your fingers, apply the Diaper Rash Cream. It is recommended to start with a nickel-sized amount and add more if needed to the affected area. Spread it evenly until the skin is covered with a thin layer of the cream to create a protective barrier. Once the cream is applied, dress your baby in a clean diaper and comfortable clothing to keep them dry and cozy.

Helpful Tips:

1. Change Promptly: Ensure that wet or soiled diapers are changed promptly to minimize prolonged exposure of your baby's skin to moisture, which can contribute to diaper rash.

2. Apply When Needed: Don't hesitate to apply the Diaper Rash Cream if you anticipate prolonged exposure to moisture, such as during vacations or extended outings, to help prevent diaper rash and maintain your baby's skin health.

Caution: For external use only. Avoid direct contact with the eye. If irritation occurs, rinse with cool water and discontinue use. Keep out of reach of small children.

Caution: CHOKING HAZARD - Please be aware that the cap may fit easily into small mouths. Keep out of reach of children to prevent accidental ingestion.