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Just wondering if Curash, QV or Dermaveen is better for nappy rash?

Posted by Nid, 4th November 2015

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  • Sudacrem was my preferred nappy rash cream.

  • Try Desitin.

  • I think we tried just about every brand that existed. We found that Sudocrem was the most successful. It can also be used for Dermatitis, Abrasions, Pressure Sores and Eczema.
    When washing/bathing baby, use a soap free product. It believe some of the hospitals use a QV product. We use Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser in the bath. It is soap and fragrance free. It is suitable for all ages. It is also recommended by Dermatologists and Paediatricians and also doesn’t sting their eyes if some accidently goes in them when baby suddenly unexpectedly moves his/her head. It is also suitable for Mums to remove their light makeup.

  • i think that they would be fine but i like curash and it works really quickly

  • I think Dermaveen and QV are fantastic once to sooth and cool after Bub has nappy rash. Whereas Curash is more a prevention. All great products and must haves in all baby care cupboards

  • We used QV. Having said that, a few extra nappy changes and some nappy free time also really help.

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