The Essential Guide to Preventing Nappy Rash Using Little Bodies Nappy Balm

A baby having its nappy changed and mum using Little Bodies Nappy Balm Nappy Rash cream


Nappy Rash

What is Nappy Rash?

Nappy rash can be a uncomfy issue, not just for babies but for parents and caregivers too. It’s a common problem that can make your baby feel uncomfortable and irritable. Fortunately, with the proper care, preventing and treating nappy rash can be a breeze. 

Nappy rash is an irritation of the skin, typically caused by prolonged exposure to a wet or soiled nappy. The damp environment is perfect for the growth of bacteria and yeast, which can further exacerbate the rash. 

Symptoms of Nappy Rash 

  • Redness and Dryness: One of the first signs of nappy rash is redness in the nappy area, including the buttocks, thighs, and genital area. The skin may also become dry and cracked as part of the rash.
  • Swelling: The affected area may become swollen and appear puffy due to irritation.
  • Sensitivity: The skin in the nappy area might be more sensitive than usual. Babies may express discomfort or cry, especially during nappy changes or when the area is washed or touched.
  • Spots, Blisters, or Ulcers: In more severe cases, the rash may progress to include spots, blisters, or even ulcers on the skin. These can be particularly uncomfortable or painful for the baby.

It’s important to address nappy rash promptly to prevent it from getting worse. Keeping the nappy area clean and dry, changing nappies frequently, and using a barrier nappy cream or ointment like Dermal Therapy’s Little Bodies Nappy Balm can help manage and prevent further irritation.

Why Choose Little Bodies Nappy Balm?

Little Bodies Nappy Balm stands out due to its formulation and is made with ingredients that are designed to soothe and protect your baby’s skin. Here’s why it’s a staple in the fight against nappy rash:

  • Ingredients: Crafted with care, Little Bodies Nappy Balm includes ingredients known for their soothing and healing properties, such as zinc oxide, shea butter, and coconut oil.
  • Barrier Protection: This nappy rash cream contains 15.4% zinc oxide which offers a protective barrier, shielding it from the irritants that can cause nappy rash.
  • Moisturises: It also contains 5% panthenol to soothe, moisturise and repair the skin. 
  • Gentle for All: Our spreadable and non greasy formula is gentle enough for babies with sensitive skin, thanks to its hypoallergenic formula.
  • Free from alcohol, artificial colourants, nut oils, artificial fragrances, SLS and parabens.

How to Use Little Bodies Nappy Balm

Incorporating Little Bodies Nappy Balm into your daily routine for your bub is easy:

  • Clean and dry: Always start with clean, dry skin.
  • Apply generously: Cover the nappy area with a thin layer of balm at each change.
  • Spread evenly: Ensure the nappy rash cream covers all areas that could come into contact with the nappy.

Repeat at every nappy change to maintain protection and keep your baby’s skin healthy and comfortable.

If the rash does not improve with home treatment or if it seems severe (for instance, if there are blisters, significant swelling, or fever), it’s advisable to consult a healthcare provider for further advice and treatment.

Nappy Rash Cream Testimonials: 

Don’t just take our word for it, we also have the tick of approval from Dr Katie H. (MBChB, FACEM): “I’ve been using Little Bodies Nappy Balm by Dermal Therapy. I love how it goes on nice and smooth and it’s not greasy at all. I actually use it on both my baby and my toddler and it’s not expensive. ”

In the world of baby skincare, simplicity is key. Whether you’re preventing potential issues with a reliable nappy balm or addressing existing concerns with a healing nappy cream, or you want to do BOTH by using Dermal Therapy’s 2-in-1 specialised formula to protect and repair, you’re making choices that prioritise your baby’s well-being.

In your journey of nurturing and caring for your precious one, these solutions become the reliable companions that simplify the complexities of baby skincare. Keep it natural, keep it simple, and most importantly, keep it loving. Your baby’s skin deserves nothing less.



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