Why We Love It: BUD Coat Diaper Cream

One of the most annoying aspects of being a new parent is diaper duty. Don’t get us wrong, we know you love your baby and you would literally do anything for them, but with diaper duty comes one very common thing and that thing is diaper rash. This skin inflammation is normally characterized by bright red patches, that will appear on your baby’s bum. In the worst cases, this rash is accompanied by fever and the spreading of the inflammation. The good news for parents is that this is also a highly treatable and will normally resolve in a matter of days. Not to mention, while we know that diaper rash in common, many parents put themselves on a guilt trip when their baby shows signs of it. Remember, almost every baby gets diaper rash within the first three years of life. In this post, we are going to uncover the causes of diaper rash and provide you with an all-natural solution from Little Buds. Continue reading below to learn more.

When Does Diaper Rash Occur?

Parents will most likely notice that their baby has diaper rash when the child is between nine and 12 months old. During this time period, babies tend to do a lot of sitting. Since they are also eating solid foods it changes the acidity of his or her bowel movements, leading to rashes.

While every child is certainly capable of getting diaper rash, there are also certain factors that can make a baby more prone to diaper rash. Chafing, skin sensitivity, and infrequently changed diapers are often the biggest culprits. Additionally, if your baby has diarrhea or frequent bowel movements, the chances of him or her having diaper rash is increased.

Treating Diaper Rash

Sometimes it seems that even despite your best efforts, diaper rash happens. The good news is, you don’t have to always take your baby to see the physician when this inflammation strikes. If you follow the steps below and use an all-natural diaper rash ointment, you can remedy the problem quickly and your baby’s discomfort will be gone.

  1. Avoid any products that may trigger your baby’s rash, and be sure that you are cautious when introducing new ones.
  2. Be sure to avoid all soaps and wipes that control fragrance or alcohol.
  3. Wash your baby’s bottom with water after each diaper change. The be sure that the skin is dry before putting a new diaper on.
  4. Make sure your baby gets enough diaper-free time so that they can air out the skin.
  5. Be sure that you are changing your diapers frequently and that you are applying an all-natural diaper rash lotion, paste, or ointment to act as a barrier between your baby’s skin and a dirty diaper.

Heal Your Baby’s Skin Naturally

If you are looking for a product that will prevent diaper rash, Little Buds Co. can help you. Our BUD Coat is an all-natural formula that includes no parabens, no phthalates, no petrolatum and no SLS. Made with lavender, roman chamomile, Shea butter and even more lovely ingredients, this amazing diaper cream smells amazing and performs just as well. If you want to be sure that you are using a product that not only helps to alleviate the symptoms of diaper rash, but that also prevents it, this is the diaper cream you have been looking for. Simply start shopping Little Buds Co. today and get the very best natural skin care products for infants and babies in no time at all!