What cream for bubbas bum ?

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  1. Ebony_Blaze

    Ebony_Blaze Guest

    What creams is everyone using ?
    My sis used one from boots but can't remember rhe name of it and always remember hearing sudocream is too strong - any reccomendations ?
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  2. aileymouse

    aileymouse Mummy to Amber & Georgia

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    I used bepanthen. Was really good stuff
     
  3. moomin_troll

    moomin_troll mummy to zane and corey

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    on a newborn id keep the nappy off when i could and use vaseline to protect babys skin and then use sudacreme as its always been great on zane
     
  4. littleblonde

    littleblonde kacey and sophie

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    we use sudocrem. Its fab. You get a free sample in your bounty pack. It clears rash so quick
     
  5. Barbles

    Barbles Mum to 1 & cooking 1 more

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    I use zinc and castor oil cream for just everyday general cream, you can get a massive tub in Boots and it lasts for ages and my daughter has very sensitive skin and it didnt affect her.
    When my daughter got nappy rash (was because of teething) I used bepanthan which cleared it up lovely but my daughter did become sensitive to it after a while. And I find sudecrem to strong (im allergic to it) but I have friends who find it fine.
     
  6. Mummy~L

    Mummy~L Mummy to 2

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    I don't plan on using anything :shrug: I never put anything on my sons bum apart from when he was teething it would get a bit sore, then I would use sudocrem xx
     
  7. mummaofthree

    mummaofthree just me + three.... <3

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    bepanthan every time..... altho if bubba gets bad rash with teathing or other then metanium is really good. x
     
  8. moomin_troll

    moomin_troll mummy to zane and corey

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    yrs ago u were told to use egg whites lol

    my mum had to do this for my brother who had very bad nappy rash, cleared it up nicely tho hahaha
     
  9. cyanidepill

    cyanidepill Well-Known Member

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    I prefer to use sudocrem. Hubby says he would prefer to use bepanthen for our daughter, but i found when i had my son that it was quite oily..... fantastic stuff for healing tattoos but it's sudocrem all the way with baby :) x
     
  10. kmumtobe

    kmumtobe Mummy to 2

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    Waitrose bottom butter, it's often sold out cos it's like gold dust but if you can get it it's meant to be amazing, people sware by it for alsorts and smells amazing. For actual case of nappy rash metaniun is fantastic stuff to treat, clears it straight up x
     
  11. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    I dont put anything on Annas bum when there is no need to!

    She is 16 months and has had nappy rash twice which lasted a few days long - when that happened I used sudocrem as a cure - I wouldnt use it as a preventative. It is yukky stuff!:flower:
     
  12. CharlieKeys

    CharlieKeys Well-Known Member

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    We've always used Sudacreme ever since he was born and (touchwood) he's never had nappy rash :)
     
  13. magicbubble

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    i am going to try seudocrem. works wonders on me :)
     
  14. moomin_troll

    moomin_troll mummy to zane and corey

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    zane has it on everynight before bed
     
  15. Honesty

    Honesty Baby #4 in the Making :)

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    For diaper rash Butt Paste is by far the best in my opinion...
     
  16. Louise1985

    Louise1985 Well-Known Member

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    metanium is great, i also used bepanthan and sudocream is always a winner :thumbup:
     
  17. mommyof2peas

    mommyof2peas Well-Known Member

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    I was going to go with the butt paste as well. Worked wonders on my son. Its VERY pasty though, But it keeps all the ick away from a diaper rash.
     
  18. ashnbump

    ashnbump Mum to Kara & Pregnant!

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    When DD was in SCBU the midwives and nurses all advised us to buy metanium, they said it was the best there is for nappy rash, even better than anything the hospital could provide! DD got quite bad nappy rash whilst in SCBU (I was fuming) and on the advice of the midwives we bought metanium and it cleared her VERY VERY sore bum in just a little over 24 hours, seriously! We still use it now and she's 23 months! Best cream out there by far! Can't beat good old fresh air though! X
     
  19. Honesty

    Honesty Baby #4 in the Making :)

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    It is very pasty but it work wonders in just a few hours... It would only take a day for my daughters rash to disappear... I will definitely be using it again...
     
  20. mum78

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    sudocrem is great i used it in my other 2 children
     

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