Nappy rash amongst babies is thought to affect at least 1 in 4, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. It’s very rare that hospitalisation is required; most often, nappy rash can be treated with common sense, improved hygiene and nappy rash creams. The best way to treat nappy rash, also known as diaper rash, is through prevention which you can read about here. There’s also several misconceptions that many people have about nappy rash which we’ve outlined here. 

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