Go online to www.arbonneinternational.com (just copy/paste to your browser). They have an all natural baby care line, and that diaper rash cream was all that worked on my little guy. I'm stocking up for the new baby already, and I'm only 5 weeks! lol
Anyway, if your baby has the rash for longer than a few days, or gets uncomfortable, has cracking or bleeding...it's time to see the doc. If they can't get you in, take your little one to the hospital. Diaper rashes can turn serious quickly, especially since that area is frequently urinated and BMed on.
Another way to help keep it clean is to use wet paper towels instead of baby wipes (they have alcohol in them and can make the rash worse). Give gentle baths frequently, and let the baby go without a diaper for about 15 minutes after changing before putting a clean one on.
at 6:35 AM on Nov. 18, 2008