Pecan Oil for treating diaper rash
Diaper rash, chapped lips, dry skin, eczema, and acne are all treated with it our Vegan Organic Pure Pecan Oil.
Pecans from my fathers farm in Mexico are imported to Canada by Nuez Acres and then used to press into our beautiful oil.. Besides being rich in nutrients, it has a low saturated fat content and poly- and monounsaturated fats that are in a healthy proportions. The Omega 6s and 3s, zinc, and vitamin E are all abundant in this food. The taste of this oil is unremarkable. I am a mother and I used our pure pecan oil anytime any rash or irritation came up on my daughter. Creams and Lotions just kept drying her out. She even had hip surgery that i applied our pecan oil to daily and the scar is minimal to what it could have been.
For Any Treatment:
Keep your baby's skin as clean and dry as possible to avoid diaper rash. Diaper rashes may take many days to clear up, and they may recur. If the rash doesn't go away after taking the prescribed medication, your doctor may suggest that you take your child to visit a dermatologist (dermatologist).
Typically, diaper rash may be treated at home, these are some of our top methods:
- Keeping the diaper region free of messes and properly dried out. Change your baby's diapers as soon as they get wet or dirty to keep the area clean and dry. This may need diaper changes throughout the night while the rash is healing.
- Apply a cream, paste, or ointment after cleaning and drying the skin carefully. Zinc oxide and petroleum jelly, for example, are effective in protecting the skin from dampness.
- Increasing the amount of air moving. Diaper rash may be alleviated by increasing the amount of time your child spends in the open air.
- Avoid using diaper covers and trousers made of sealed plastic.
- Until the rash goes gone, use diapers that are bigger than normal.
- Using a cream, lotion, paste, or ointment. Several over-the-counter treatments for diaper rash are readily accessible. Specific advice may be obtained from your physician or pharmacist. Lotions may be irritating, while ointments, pastes, and creams can be less so. The skin cannot breathe because of the barrier that ointments and pastes produce.
- Stay away from goods that are not meant for infants as a general rule. Things like baking soda, boric acid, camphor....
- Taking a bath at least once a day. Give your child a bath every day until the rash goes away. Use mild, fragrance-free soap and warm water.
Other Natural Suggestions
- A blooming shrub known as witch hazel (winter bloom)
- Vegan Organic Pure Pecan Oil
- Breast milk was used to treat diaper rash in newborns
- A combination of calendula and aloe vera.
- shampoo clay primrose and a blend of honey, olive oil, and beeswax