October 18, 2021 2 min read
As mums, our main priorities are keeping our babies clean, safe and healthy.
Nappy rash is a common topic amongst all mums with little ones and trying to combat the same stubborn problem.
What is nappy rash?
Nappy rash grows in warm and moist places on your baby’s bottom and appears in patches of inflamed red skin. A baby’s skin is extra sensitive and can overreact to exposure to certain environmental factors and chemicals. Naturally, some babies have more sensitive skin than others and tolerate products differently.
Common causes of nappy rash:
Steps to limit the likelihood of nappy rash:
Many commercial disposable nappies contain harsh chemicals which can have negative effects on your baby’s skin and overall health. Due to the sensitivity of a baby’s skin, it’s important to know exactly what’s in the products you’re using and what to steer clear from when shopping.
Harsh chemicals commonly used in disposable nappies:
Using products that contain these harsh chemicals aren’t only bad for your baby’s bottom but also have negative environmental impacts.
Time to switch it up.
Happy Little Camper strives to provide its customers with products of premium quality that contain pure ingredients at an affordable price. We believe natural products are both better for your baby and better for our planet.
Happy Little Camper is super soft on your baby’s sensitive skin and to reduce the risk of nappy rash, there are no added fragrances, harmful dyes, and chlorine, latex, phthalates, parabens contained in our nappies. Our products are made of the purest, sustainably sourced pulp and natural cotton which are all approved by Mother Nature and FSC certified.
They are crafted from natural plant-based ingredients with an ultra-absorbent bio-core blend which is leak-proof, hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested. Completely free from polyethylene glycols (PEG), ethyl alcohol, parabens, polyethylene terephthalate (PET), silicone, dioxins, VOCs, lotion, latex, TBT, GMO with recyclable packaging.
Knowing the facts, consider making a better choice for your baby’s bottom by making Happy Little Camper your go-to natural baby care brand.
Medical Disclaimer: Articles are intended for informational purposes only and should not be used as the basis of patient treatment. Ask a medical professional if you have any health-related questions or concerns.
Mayo Clinic. (2021). Diaper Rash. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/diaper-rash/symptoms-causes/syc-20371636
Marcin, A. (2019). How to Recognise and Treat Different Types of Diaper Rash.https://www.healthline.com/health/baby/types-of-diaper-rash
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