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Old 07-28-2014, 01:03 AM   #11
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Re: Need cloth diaper safe diaper rash cream!

I liked coconut oil for a barrier but it didn't do much for an actual rash. I used liners with desitin or butt paste in the newborn breast milk poop all the time phase. Then I tried grandma els diaper cream which is cloth diaper safe and it has worked miracles for us. After six months and the introduction of solids we haven't had a ton of rashes but if a little redness crops up grandma els fixes it in no time.

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Old 07-28-2014, 03:36 AM   #12
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for my boy that has very bad heat rashes I do johnsons medicated )off brand/cornstartch

I use sween, lotromin and bacitracin
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Old 07-28-2014, 05:35 AM   #13
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Re: Need cloth diaper safe diaper rash cream!

DD didn't do well with transitional cloth safe diaper creams. She does best with lansinoh lanolin. Also any oils are cloth safe (coconut, extra virgin oo, etc).

We are also switching to wool/fleece covers do to rash. That's helped more.
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Old 07-29-2014, 06:54 AM   #14
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Re: Need cloth diaper safe diaper rash cream!

Is lanolin cd safe? Because of its use for wool covers, I would imagine it causing repelling issues, but if safe, I want to try it next
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Re: Need cloth diaper safe diaper rash cream!

Cream wise we used pretty much everything (destin, CD specific stuff coconut oil etc) with out any issues. Powers worked fine as well.
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Is lanolin cd safe? Because of its use for wool covers, I would imagine it causing repelling issues, but if safe, I want to try it next
I've never had a problem with it. I've used it with BG pockets and cotton. Lanolin washes out easily with hot water. I guess I never thought about it repelling while on the bum... works for us. I've been using it alot with DD and some with DS.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:09 AM   #17
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Re: Need cloth diaper safe diaper rash cream!

I actually made my own.. you can buy some already made on etsy but I like to add oils for smell.. it's a Shea butter, bee pollen, coconut oil concoction and I add lavender or tea tree essential oils.. it's CD safe and works AMAZING. .

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Old 07-30-2014, 09:18 AM   #18
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Re: Need cloth diaper safe diaper rash cream!

the only thing i use is lanolin. it works so well that i've never needed to try anything else. it washes out of the dipes perfectly everytime. i use natural fibers, tho, so i can't speak to how it washes out of synthetics...
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Re: Need cloth diaper safe diaper rash cream!

coconut oil and earth mama angel baby bottom balm http://www.diapers.com/p/earth-mama-...-ml-2-oz-24653

the texture of the bottom balm can take some getting used to (there are particles sometimes) but it smells nice and rubs into the skin easily. the tiny jar lasts a long time for us since we don't get much in the way of diaper rashes, and I found that it works well for other skin abrasions/chapped lips, etc. (especially good for my oldest son who is a little too agressive with hand washing; I just take the label off and he doesn't mind using it)

amazon has a deal where they will send it to you in regular intervals, whatever time frame you choose, at a slight discount if you find that you are going through it more quickly
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Old 07-30-2014, 10:50 PM   #20
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Re: Need cloth diaper safe diaper rash cream!

Coconut Oil is a must! gets rid of anything on the mild side. My nugget is a little bit more on the allergic side and due to this she gets rashes a little bit more easily and for those we use CJ's Butter and found that at our local cloth diaper store. (corn starch works if you need to help dry out the bum a little!)
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