How to Avoid Diaper Rashes with Cloth and Disposable Diapers
Whether you choose to use cloth or disposable diapers, you can avoid diaper rashes by keeping your baby dry. Dryness is key. Always promptly change your baby’s diaper whenever it is wet or soiled, gently clean with water, and allow skin to dry before re-diapering.
How to Avoid Diaper Rashes with Cloth Diapers
The best way to avoid diaper rashes when using cloth diapers is to change the diaper immediately when wet or soiled.
Apply a thin layer of PINXAV with every diaper change. Pinxav works well with cloth diapers as it does not cause a cloth diaper to repel.
Wash cloth diapers carefully by pre-soaking heavily soiled diapers and use hot water to wash.
How to Avoid Diaper Rashes with Disposable Diapers
Disposable diapers include a super-absorbent polyacrylate material (SAM) inside that draws moisture away from the skin. It can absorb up to 100X their weight in moisture. This material keeps moisture away from the skin, however, it is still important to change diapers promptly to avoid diaper rash and even sensitivity to the gel that forms when the SAM gets wet.
Again, the best way to avoid diaper rashes when using disposable diapers is to change the diaper immediately when wet or soiled.
Keep diapers as loose as possible to allow air to get inside to let the skin breathe.
Apply a thin layer of PINXAV with every diaper change.
You can buy PINXAV on our website in a variety of sizes with FREE Shipping or behind the pharmacy counter locally at Giant Eagle, Heinen’s, Discount Drug Mart, Buehlers, and Acme Fresh markets. If your local retailer doesn’t stock PINXAV, request they order it for you at the pharmacy counter.