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Equal parts Vaseline and corn starch, I tried this on my son when he had a REALLY BAD rash that would not go away, I bought every cream out there from the cheapest to the most expensive and came across this one night while I was desperatly searching the internet. IT WORKED!!! Yay it's cheap and most importantly it works!~Sheila


Diaper rash? BEST remedy ever that my pediatrician told me about!!! Make a paste out of Mylanta and Baking Soda (I use off-brand) and spread over rash, close up diaper and it works fast! So soothing for baby's bottom and kills the acid from the teething urine and poop. Wish I had known about this when my other 2 were in diapers. Just wanted to share with all you other mom's out there :)


Diaper rash treatment: 1c water + 2tsp vinegar. After changing the diaper, use a clean wipe, dip in vinegar solution, and wipe baby's bottom. Allow to air/pat dry. Clears up the most persistent rash and brings cooling relief to baby!


Diaper rash cream recipe recommended by our pediatrician for a tough rash. Use equal parts of the four creams pictured: A & D, hydro cortisone, lanacane, bacitracin.

from Optiderma

Here's a list of the best natural remedies for eczema: omega 3, honey, probiotics, aloe vera, coconut oil, chamomile, calendula, oatmeal, witch hazel. Which one to try? Check this out:


Natural diaper rash treatment | No Ordinary Homestead Natural Diaper Rash Treatment 1/2 cup sweet almond oil 1/4 cup water 3 drops tea tree oil 3 drops lavender Pour all the ingredients into a small spray bottle. Shake well before each use. Apply a few spritzes to baby bottom before putting on fresh diaper.

from Pregnant Chicken

Quick guide for the most common rashes in infants and babies under one year old. Includes treatments and how contagious they are. Save this now in case you need it!