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Best diaper rash cream...just mix a large tube of A & D ointment (in the picture is the bulk size, that's all the store had when I went, I used about 1/3 of the jar for the mixture, otherwise it is one whole large tube), a tube of triple antibiotic ointment (helps to heal), a tube of hydrocortisone cream (helps itch), and a tube of lotrimin (yes, the foot fungus cream. It helps clear up yeast infections that can be brought on from diaper rash).


White clover: medicinal uses: cleanses blood, boils, sores, wounds, etc., heals disorders and diseases of the eye. A tea is used to treat coughs, colds, fevers and leucorrhea. A tincture of the leaves can be applied as an ointment for gout. A tea of the flowers used as an eyewash.


**AWESOME DIY BABY BUTT PASTE!** Easy to make!! 2 parts A&D Ointment to one parts Maalox! Mix it together into a paste, throw it into the refrigerator with a lid, and use it any time your baby has a yeast or diaper rash. Clears it up quicker than anything I've ever used! The Maalox also has a coldness to it which feels good on baby's painful rash! Keeping it in the fridge also makes it colder and helps keep it thick and easier to apply! Enjoy!!

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How to Make an Herbal Salve~ An easy to make herbal remedy for all your minor injuries and pains.


A&D Ointment, 16 Ounce A&D Ointment, 16 Ounce A+D Original Ointment helps prevent diaper rash by creating a protective barrier on your baby's skin.


Homemade Diaper Rash Ointment! ingredients: Desitin, A & D Ointment or Vaseline, Lotrimin or Nystatin which is a prescription anti fungal medication, and Maalox or Mylanta. Mix equal parts Desitin, anti fungal ingredient, and A & D ointment or Vaseline. Then add a cap full of the anti acid, Maalox or Mylanta. Mix it all together. You may have to adjust. If it’s too runny, use more Vaseline, or Desitin. Mix until it’s a thick paste and will stick. Apply it at every diaper change.


This actually works! Rub A and D ointment on to your cracked heels at bedtime and notice a difference in a week! I learned this from a dermatologist, cracked heels need to be repaired, don't waste your time with silly Listerine soaks they don't work!