- Prevents and Treats Diaper rash
- Helps Heal Dry, Chafed Skin
- Protects and Soothes Minor Cuts and Burns
The makers of A+D offer two distinct products to meet your baby’s needs — one to prevent diaper rash everyday, and another to effectively treat occasional rashes. Use as directed.
- Use at every diaper change to help prevent diaper rash, especially at bedtime when exposure to wet diapers may be prolonged.
- Safe to use at every diaper change.
- Ointment contains vitamins A and D.
- Helps relieve dry, chafed skin.
- Available in 4 oz. tubes and a 1 lb. jar, which is great for the changing table.
- Forms a protective barrier to help seal out wetness.
- Pediatrician Recommended.
– Specially formulated with zinc oxide, the #1 pediatrician-recommended ingredient for the treatment of diaper rash. – Spreads on easily, providing thorough coverage for effective treatment and protection. – Available in 4 oz. tubes. – Allows skin to heal naturally. – Use at first sign of diaper rash. – Pediatrician Recommended.
– To avoid prolonged exposure to irritants and wetness, you should change diapers promptly after soiling. – Keep all of the diapering items you need together: diapers, wipes or a soft damp cloth, a small towel or a dry wash cloth for drying. – Wash and dry your hands before you begin, or wipe with a fresh diaper wipe. – Choose a surface that allows you to work easily while keeping your baby safe. When possible, you may prefer to use a changing table. – Make sure your baby is comfortable and not fidgeting. It may be helpful to use a toy to keep your baby distracted. Be careful not to leave your baby unattended, not even for a moment. – Remove the soiled diaper. Thoroughly cleanse the diaper area including creases and folds. Disposable wipes are convenient, and a washcloth with warm water and soap is also acceptable. (To avoid bacterial infections, take care to clean girls’ diaper areas from front to back. ) – Carefully blot your baby dry with a dry washcloth. Avoid rubbing, as this may irritate their delicate skin. – Prevent diaper rash by applying a generous layer of A+D Original Ointment on baby’s bottom, genital area and the folds of the thighs at every diaper change. – If you are treating diaper rash, apply an even, liberal coat of A+D Zinc Oxide Cream to the entire diaper area at every diaper change. – Put the diaper on, making sure that it fits snugly but not too tightly. – Dispose of soiled diaper in a covered diaper pail. – Wash your hands with soap and water, or use a fresh diaper wipe.
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