AD: Helping Protect Against the Causes of Nappy Rash with Bepanthen



As parents, we don’t want anything to get in the way of our baby’s comfort and happiness. Particularly not nappy rash!

Did you know that a new baby’s skin is 40% thinner and also softer than adults? This makes it more sensitive to irritants like those in wee and poo, which can cause nappy rash when in contact with baby’s skin.

This Spring, two Tots100 bloggers have been sharing their experiences of coping with nappy rash, and how they use Bepanthen ointment to help protect their babies’ delicate skin from the causes of nappy rash.

“Having a new baby and being a Mum of two is a crazy experience and it can be a real emotional rollercoaster,” says Eilidh of Maisy Meow. “But I feel more confident this time around and one of the things I’m doing differently is using Bepanthen at every change.”

Bepanthen ointment is safe for newborn skin, and if applied at every change, can help protect your baby’s skin from the causes of nappy rash.

Check out Eilidh’s video below to see her adorable baby Marcus and find out more about how Eilidh is finding motherhood, second time around. You can also find out more over on the Maisy Meow blog.

Meanwhile, Nichola at Mummy Nutrition became a first-time Mum in November and has shared her top baby skincare tips in this video. Her top tip – of course – is to apply Bepanthen ointment at every change.

Check out the video below, and Nichola’s blog post for lots more tips and advice.


Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, Trips100 and the Flea Retreat. When she's not working, she can be found blogging at Who's the Mummy, or having fun with her 13 year old daughter, Flea.

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