I hope your little one feels better soon.
Mum of 1, NSW
Isn't is just awful when our little ones get bad nappy rash - very painful for them.
I have 2 boys with food intolerance problems and they have had the worst blistery nappy rash at times before we knew what the problem was, and also when teething.
The only nappy cream I use anymore is Daktozin. It is actually designed for nappy rash infections, but I always use it as soon as their bottoms are really red and it prevents it getting raw and clears it up with 12 hrs. It also is thick and doesn't rub off on the nappy.
Hope this helps and hope your little one doesn't have too much pain with her teething.
Kim, NSW, 4yr + 2.5yr boys
hope it works for you.
Tracy, NSW,12mth & expecting
Nicole, Bayley 3 and Jordan 18mths
Yes, since I wrote my details onto this page, I did see my local GP and she prescribed Sigmacort. I think it is really good also. This really works and I think it also soothes because it is not so thick and goes on really easily.
Thanks for responding.
I had the same problem, my solution was using these 2 creams advice from the pharmarcist.
First i use resolvebalm then afterwards curash.
Curash is avery thick cream and resolvebalm is soothing.
mary.NSW 11 month baby
I have a 10 month old boy who also gets bad nappy rash combined with excema. I had tried all the creams without much success but my CAFHS (baby clinic) nurse here in Adelaide told me about a good cream.The Children's Hospital here puts out some products and one is called Suzy cream and is made up of Cod Liver Oil & Benzoin. I don't know if it can be gotten interstate but ask you chemist.
The ingredient are Cod Liver Oil 109mg/g Zinc Oxide 227mg/g and Bensoin Comp Tincture 91mg/g so your chemist might know of a similar mixture. Within 12 hours he went from red raw to basically nothing.
Sue, Adelaide SA, 11 month old boy