Many babies suffer during their diaper phase to a sore butt or a diaper rash. Berlin, 25.04.2012 – if the word of diaper rash is pronounced, one thinks first of a characteristic fungal infection that is characterized by skin irritation, pustules and dandruff in the area of the buttocks. Because the delicate baby skin in the diaper area permanently with stool and urine in contact, the every child has sooner or later, with a reddened and sore butt to fight a bacterial infection that is responsible. A diaper rash in babies is often caused by accumulated moisture and heat in the diaper. As a result, the skin is easily irritated and reddened. A diaper rash is preparing the little pain and whose parents many unpleasant moments. A continuous and gentle care for the sore butt allows you to easily avoid.
It is recommended the following: as long as possible to breastfeed, use hypoallergenic infant formula, the baby often naked struggle to wrap, often a protective baby ointment several times a day to apply with zinc and urea on the baby’s skin. Only if you have a yeast infection it is necessary with antifungal preparations to handle. In most other cases, the wound – and Mirfulan against diaper rash ointment provides a covering protective and Salim binding treatment of non infected, acute and subacute skin damage, which are associated with redness, itching, and pain. Zinc oxide acts this covering protective and Salim binding. The wound and the healing ointment Mirfulan for the sore butt of the baby is at the pharmacy in the 50 g and 100 g tube, as well as spray, which AIDS wound healing than traditional medicines, available.
In addition Mirfulan is up to 12 years with the Googly fish for children recoverable. Mirfulan, ointment: area of application: covering protective and Salim binding treatment of non infected acute and subacute skin damage, which are associated with redness, itching, and pain. Zinc oxide acts this covering protective and Salim binding. Mirfulan spray N: Application area: Traditionally used as a mild-acting medicines to aid wound healing. Risks and side effects, read the leaflet and consult your doctor or pharmacist.