Protect Your Baby Against Diaper Rash With Johnson’s® Baby Complete Care Diaper System™
Posted Oct 22 2012 5:05am
Diaper Rash is never welcome on any mom’s home.. or baby’s bottom to be exact. I am lucky that with four kids, I never experienced diaper rash. For one, we don’t use diapers that often and if we do, I always make sure that the bottom is clean (using Johnson’s® Baby Wipes and applies Johnson’s® baby powder after changing.
I have learned from Dr. Dizon of the Pediatric Dermatology Society of the Philippines that any healthy baby skin can be compromised due to the following factors:
Excess skin wetness
Feces and fecal enzymes
Interaction of feces and urine
Increased pH leading to greater fecal enzymes and activity and
increased skin permeability
And may lead to diaper rash because of the following factors:
Candida albicans (yeast infection)
Unidentiﬁed chemical irritants
Dr. Dizon also made some points on the cleansing regimen such as the incidence of diaper rash using just water and wash cloth alone is higher vs. using wipes with emollient and that use of powder is beneficial.
Yes powder, talc, which was recently classified as “not classiﬁable as a human carcinogen” by the US American Congress of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH).
Step 1: Wipe
It is important to remember that not all wipes are the same. Johnson’s® Baby Skincare Wipes effectively protects your baby’s bottom because it doesn’t just clean, it helps prevent diaper rash like a diaper cream.
Step 2: Powder
Johnson’s® Baby Complete Care powder repels wetness by keeping pee and poop from touching the baby’s bottom. It also soothes rashes and helps reduce friction, giving baby complete protection from diaper rash.
Step 3: Change
Regular diaper changing every 3-4 hours is important to keep baby’s bottom clean and dry to minimize skin rashes and irritation in the diaper area.