Desitin Maximum Strength Diaper Cream Features
- Helps reduce redness and irritation
- Contains the maximum level of zinc oxide
- It keeps the skin moisturized and provides emollience to the skin
- Creates a rich, thick protective barrier for quick healing
- Cod liver oil
- Sorbitan Sesquioleate
- Tocopheryl Acetate
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How to use Desitin Diaper Rash Cream?
- Remove the wet or soiled diaper.
- Cleanse the diaper area using baby wipes
- Allow the skin to dry
- Apply Desitin Rash Cream as per the need, with each diaper change, especially at bedtime or any time when exposure to wet diapers may be prolonged
- Store at 20° to 25° C (68° to 77° F)
Warnings and Precautions:
- For external use only.
- Do not get Desitin cream into the eyes.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center immediately.
- Stop using and ask a doctor if:
- condition worsens
- symptoms last over seven days, clear up, and occur again within a few days.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How quickly does Desitin Cream work?
A clinical study showed 90% of babies with diaper rash had noticeable relief within 12 hours of using Desitin diaper rash cream.
2. Where to apply this rash cream?
Using your fingers, apply a thick layer to the entire diaper area like you were frosting a cake. Try to touch the baby's irritated skin as little as possible.
3. How do you clean the stains left by this cream?
- Mix 1 tbsp of dishwashing detergent and white vinegar in a bowl with 2 cups of warm water.
- Dip a clean cloth in the detergent and vinegar solution before wringing out excess moisture.
- Clean the remaining Desitin stain with a sponge to remove the last traces of paste.
4. Is it ok to use it on a newborn?
With Desitin Maximum Strength and some tender loving care, you can help your baby feel better and help heal and prevent diaper rash from recurring.
5. Does Desitin help with itching?
Yes, this medication is a moisturizer to treat or prevent dry, rough, scaly, itchy skin and minor skin irritations (such as diaper rash and skin burns from radiation therapy).