How To Get Rid of Diaper Rash – FAST!
Oh, you’ll try everything you have. You’ll bust out all those creams with the fancy marketing and big buzz words that make you feel like A Super Good Mom. And, when those don’t work, you’ll spend what little time you have to sleep reading about new creams on the internet.
And that’s why I am going to share something with you that will save you countless hours of frustration, desperation and exhaustion. Damn, I wish I had a friend like me.
Here it comes: one of the most must-have baby items of all time.
The Secret Weapon For Getting Rid of Diaper Rash Fast:
I don’t know what kind of magic is in this stuff. But it IS magic.
And it works for just about any kid I’ve come across. Anytime my kids or any other child around us gets one of those stubborn, can’t get it to go away, rashes – I hand them this little jar of magic and BAM! RESULTS.
Listen, I know how much this stuff costs. There’s a reason I still buy it 3 jars at a time. There is no substitute. And if it makes you feel better to spend 10 bucks on a butt cream – a little bit goes a looooong way.
What Is So Great About MotherLove Diaper Balm?
It has the consistency of a slightly softer lip balm. It immediately starts melting and warming as soon as you touch it, so it never applies cold.
Then, it soaks right in, never stains or leaves any discoloration on skin or clothes, and gets right to work.
It’s also all natural, organic, has zero toxic chemicals or potential allergens of any kind.
You can even rub what’s left on your hands for some much-needed moisturizing.
Let me tell you the story of how I found it: We had recently moved and I think all the changes caused my daughter to get a diaper rash.
I am a no-rash kind of mom, meaning I do everything in my power to keep their skin as clean and healthy as possible. Any redness is TOO MUCH REDNESS, ya feel me?
(I might be a little OCD.)
(Sorry, not sorry.)
Anyway, I started using all the products I was used to using – no-nano zinc oxide, butt paste, changing the wipes to sensitive, changing the wipes to Water Wipes, etc.
After a week or so, I took her to the dr., concerned it could be an allergic reaction to something.
He said, “Babies get rashes. Try a probiotic.”
This wasn’t bad advice.
So, we added a probiotic to her bottles, half a packet in one bottle and half in the next.
Anyway, that helped, but didn’t cut it.
How I Found The Best Diaper Balm Ever:
That’s when I went on Amazon and read reviews on every, single, diaper balm.
That’s when I found it: The holy grail of all diaper balms.
I’ll gawked at the price, but I was also desperate. I ordered it.
Quickly after using it, the RASH WAS GONE. And, I still had a whole lot of this stuff left because it lasts forever!
Mama Knows Best:
So, my advice to all my mom friends: if your kid has sensitive skin, if you’re battling a rash that won’t quit, or if you just want to make sure you can tackle any potential skin issue that comes your way – the MotherLove diaper cream plus the Lovebug Probiotic combo is the 1-2 punch that no rash can beat. Get you some.
More MotherLove Goodness…
Plus, they have an amazing nipple cream and a first aid cream that are just top notch. I’m going to do a whole post soon on how amazing the MotherLove Green Salve is for booboos.
Oh, and don’t forget to check out the other posts in my baby series:
- The Ultimate Hospital Bag Checklist with a Free Printable!
- Books, Videos & Registry Info to Help You Prepare for Baby
- 10 Safe, Organic Baby Bath Products
- Why I Love My Veer Wagon!
Have a fabulous day,
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Disclaimer: I have bought all of these items with my own money – multiple times. If you do choose to purchase through these links, I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Also, I am not a doctor or medical professional. Always do your due diligence to ensure that a product is right and/or safe for your family.
Locking in moisture causes diaper rash, therefore using any type of ointment or cream may seem counterintuitive. Using a carefully selected diaper rash cream, though, can provide a protective barrier between a painfully raw area of sensitive skin and a diaper from rubbing further or from urine that may cause more rash and infection.
Yes, this cream seems to be the best one we’ve ever found. A miracle worker!