Use Coconut Oil for an active diaper rash or as a preventative
For active rashes, make sure the area is clean and dry first. Then, apply coconut oil constantly throughout the day and definitely after wet diapers. Try to avoid using a diaper and instead use cloth diapers or undergarments until the rash clears. Preventing moisture is key! We recommend using raw, organic, cold pressed, unrefined coconut oil. Applying coconut oil after diaper changes can prevent diaper rash altogether.
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