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Napkin Rash

Pinetarsol Bar and Pinetarsol Gel are soap alternatives which can be used to cleanse the skin when ordinary soaps are contraindicated. Both Pinetarsol Bar and Pinetarsol Gel contain pine tar to relieve the itch and reduce inflammation. Pinetarsol Gel is ideal for ano-genital fungal infections when baths are not convenient.

Pinetarsol Bath Oil is a non-greasy, water dispensable bath oil for the treatment of dry, itching, inflamed skin conditions. Containing pine tar, Pinetarsol Bath Oil reduces the inflammation and relieves pruritus. Pinetarsol Bath Oil also contains emollient oils to hydrate the skin. Due to the cleansing properties of Pinetarsol Bath Oil it may be used as a soap alternative. Add 15-30mL to a warm to tepid bath (5mL to a baby’s bath or hand basin) and bathe for 10 minutes once daily, more often in severe cases. Pat skin dry.

Preventative Treatments

Egozite Protective Baby Lotion is a protective cream and lotion which contains 15% dimethicone. When applied to the skin, Egozite Protective Baby Lotion provides a barrier over the skin to protect it from further irritation from urine etc. Egozite Protective Baby Lotion should be used at every nappy change to cleanse the skin and help prevent napkin rash.

Products to Help (Topical Anti-inflammatories - Nonsteroidal)

Egozite Baby Cream is a very gentle, soothing cream containing zinc oxide, dimethicone and glycerol. Egozite Baby Cream is recommended when the skin is very tender and inflamed as it will reduce the redness of extremely irritated skin and help improve the tolerance to stronger preparations if needed. Apply to affected skin 3 times daily or as needed.

Egoderm Ointment is a mild anti-inflammatory product containing ichthammol as an anti-inflammatory, zinc oxide for added soothing and dimethicone for protection. Egoderm Ointment is recommended for use when the skin requires protection such as dribble rash or ano-genital pruritus. Apply to affected skin 3 times daily.

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