The following skin conditions fall under the category of diaper rash, and they can appear not only on your baby’s bottom, but also in the folds of their thighs and 6 the genital area with varying degrees of severity. Although uncomfortable for babies (and as a result, for moms and dads) it’s a common problem. But, it's most easily solved with Dr. Smith’s Diaper Ointment.
- Red, patchy irritation
- Dryness or peeling
- Dry or fluid filled bumps
- Edema (swelling)
Diaper rash can present itself differently on different skin types and come in varying degrees of severity from minimal to severe. Always contact your pediatrician if your baby's condition worsens, if there’s bleeding, if your baby has a fever or if the rash spreads to other parts of the body.
Faint pinkness or a red, patchy area.
Faint pink or red patchy area and some raised or fluid filled bumps.
Intense redness, some peeling and several raised or fluid filled bumps.
Multiple raised or fluid filled bumps, intense redness and peeling.