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Desitin nappy rash cream

Posted by EB Product Panel , 18 May 2011 · 3227 views



Is your baby suffering from nappy rash and are you desperate to find a solution to make your little one feel better … fast?

DESITIN®  would like to give you the opportunity to try their Nappy Rash Ointment  to help treat nappy rash. With 40% Zinc Oxide, DESITIN® forms a  protective barrier to help natural healing and to soothe nappy rash  discomfort immediately.

Once you've tried Desitin, share your thoughts with other mums below.





Mazzle_Dazzle
Jun 09 2011 08:06 AM
firstly - Thanks EB & Desitin for a lovely morning tea - it was so lovely to relax and enjoy while my LO was having fun with the fairies and babysitters. I even got to have my nails done - divine!


so Desitin - Oh My Gosh. This stuff has to be the best nappy rash cream ! .. its soo thick and creamy when it goes on - really creating a barrier on the red raw skin, which helped clear up the issue in just a few applications. I definitely will be recommending it to friends.

Thank you for introducing me to it.
cheers
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Have tried a lot of nappy crash creams and I must say, Desitin is great and long lasting. Thanks Desitin original.gif
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MadamFrou-Frou
Jul 19 2011 10:13 PM
My daughter had dreadful red raw nappy rash a few weeks ago and Desitin cleared it up within a couple of days. It is nice and thick to create a barrier to prevent chaffing and allow the skin to heal. I would use it again. Thanks for the sample!
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Desitin worked fine but i find that nothing beats Sudocream.
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I was looking around desperately for something to soothe my baby nappy rash when one of my  friends, who is a Boston dentists, suggested the Desitin nappy rash cream which I immediately went and bought!! I was really surprised by the almost immediate effect it had on my 11 month old son!! In just a few hours my baby was feeling quite comfortable and relaxed. I would recommend this to all moms to have one of this around the house in case of emergency!!
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