Monday, August 30, 2010

Disposable Diapers, Cloth Diapers and Rashes (Cloth Diapers)

Cloth Diapers

I believe many of us who have experienced problems diapers are quite severe rashes on their babies. I'm sure many parents also believe that sensitive skinned babies feel worried when see the buttocks and the area around each time to clean or change a diaper.

Diaper rash may sound like a trivial, but if you let it, it will hurt your baby and the effects such as skin will become red, blistered and scabby be worse. This course will make you feel worried.

I have attached some photographs of the impact of the rash caused by disposable diapers.

From my own observation and experience, most problems are caused by disposable diapers. I do not even deny the use of cloth diapers for babies and children are sometimes affected by the rash, but the fact that late in the diaper change.

Diaper rash is caused by several reasons. Among the causes of diaper rash are:

1. Allergy to the chemicals found in disposable diapers.

Pulp and synthetic materials is the main material for making disposable diapers. Chemical dioxin that is produced during the process to soften the pulp into sheets of paper white and fluffy.

2. The use of cloth diapers are too old or not convertible.

3. Allergy to soap or detergent if the fabric softener.

In the next post I will continue more info about the problem of diaper rash, and tips to treat and prevent.

Cloth Diapers

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