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Nappy Rash and Cloth Nappies

You've got to feel sorry for a baba when you take off their nappy and it's all angry and sore looking, you wince in their pain, imagining how painful it is for them.  However, you use cloth nappies so what can you use to help them?

I am sure you all know that conventional nappy creams and cloth nappies don't mix, these  creams can coat the nappies making them repel liquid.  If you do use these, make sure you are using a liner to protect your nappies.

There are a few cloth nappy friendly creams that you can use, our favourite is coconut oil, available in supermarkets near all the cooking oils, so it's multi-purpose!  We cook our eggs in it too!

We also heard that putting on whisked egg whites will help create a barrier to aid healing and obviously, a fabulous cure for nappy rash is air, let your little one go nappy free, they will love you for it.

Having said all this, it seems to be a fairly uncommon occurrence that nappy rash happens in the first place when using cloth although there are always those pesky teeth that cause havoc in places you wouldn't expect!

What are your fail-safe cures for nappy rash?

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