50 to 60% of all babies will suffer from diaper rash at some time1,2
Diaper rash can lead to an increased frequency of crying, changes in eating habits and sleep patterns, agitated and restless behavior and sometimes less urination and/or defecation to avoid pain. Careful care when changing your baby’s diaper can help prevent diaper rash.
Use mild wipes or a warm, wet washcloth to gently cleanse your baby’s skin. JOHNSON’S® baby Skincare wipes have moisturizing essences and can clean better than soap and water. They’re also softer, yet stronger than the competition
Keep your baby’s skin as dry as possible
Pat baby’s bottom with JOHNSON’S® baby complete care powder, which protects from irritation-causing wetness while leaving skin comfortably dry. As seen in this demo, it has greater absorbency than the competition.
Be careful not to apply your baby’s diaper too tightly
Let your baby go without her diaper as much as possible
Apply JOHNSON’S® baby complete care powder with each diaper change
Change your baby’s diaper often
Choose the right-sized diaper
1. Atherton D, et al. RCM Midwives. 2004;7:288-290. 2. Jordan W, et al. Pediatr Dermatol. 1986;3:198-207.
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