Treat Diaper Rash
Pinxav can be used to treat diaper rash. Pinxav should be applied to clean, dry skin. For optimal protection, use Pinxav with every diaper change. If you decide to use Pinxav only once a day, make sure it’s at bedtime, when babies are more likely to have prolonged contact with a wet, rash-provoking diaper.
Try to reduce your baby’s risk of diaper rash by changing the diaper as soon as possible after bowel movements and urination. Clean the diaper area with plain water and absorbent cotton or a soft cloth. Change wet diapers to keep the skin from being exposed to moisture and chemicals in the urine. Let your baby go without a diaper whenever you can. If you use plastic pants or disposable diapers that close tightly around the thighs and abdomen, make sure they are loose enough so that air can circulate inside the diaper.
What if the rash won’t go away?
Consult your pediatrician if you don’t see an improvement in 2 to 3 days.
Contact a physician if:
- The rash becomes very red, raw, or sore looking.
- The rash has blisters, pustules, pus, peeling areas, or crusty patches.
- The rash is mainly in the skin creases, possibly indicating a yeast infection.
- A significant rash lasts longer than a couple of days.
- The rash is accompanied by fever.
- The rash is accompanied by diarrhea or urine that has a very strong smell. These symptoms could be signs of dehydration.
Warning: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical help or contact a poison control center immediately.
Recommended uses for Pinxav
We recommend using Pinxav to treat diaper rash, and to heal, prevent and protect your baby. By applying Pinxav to your baby’s skin, you are creating a barrier to seal out wetness, which is the leading cause of diaper rash. Pinxav should be applied to clean, dry skin. Pinxav can also be used for everyday first aid to protect skin from minor scrapes, burns, cuts, sunburn and other skin irritations such as eczema, chicken pox, poison ivy/sumac/oak, insect bites, minor burns and chafing.
Babies (Diaper Rash) – Pinxav provides a protective coating for a baby’s bottom. Daily application to clean, dry skin will guard against and help relieve diaper rash.
Active Adults (Rashes and Chapped Skin) – Pinxav provides protection, prevents rashes and chapped skin caused by rubbing and perspiration. Apply before biking and other athletic activities.
Seniors (Protection) – Pinxav provides relief and helps prevent against dry, cracked skin. Use over sun-block for extra protection from sunburn. Use to prevent rashes and to soothe minor skin irritations.
Homebound (Rashes) – Pinxav helps provide comfort to those who are less active and will help protect areas exposed to dampness caused by possible incontinence.
Caution: If prolonged skin irritation occurs, consult a physician. Avoid contact with the eyes and do not apply to open wounds. Avoid getting on clothing. The adhesive quality of Pinxav will cause stains on fabric.
Warning: For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical help or contact a poison control center immediately.
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