Diaper Rash Eliminated with Natural Mineral; No antibiotics or Steroids

According to the Mayo Clinic,

“diaper rash is a common form of inflamed skin (dermatitis) that appears as a patchwork of bright red skin on your baby’s bottom.”

“Diaper rash is commonly linked to continuously wet or infrequently changed diapers, diarrhea, and using plastic pants to cover diapers. Diaper rash also may develop after solid foods are added to your baby’s diet, when breast-feeding mothers eat certain foods or when your baby is taking antibiotics.”

Use of antibiotics. Antibiotics kill bacteria — both bad and good ones. Without the right balance of good bacteria, however, yeast infections can occur. This can happen when babies take antibiotics or when mothers who are breast-feeding their infants take antibiotics.

Diaper rash is usually cause by a fungal infection

Bacterial or yeast (fungal) infection. What begins as a simple skin infection may spread to the surrounding region. The area covered by a diaper — buttocks, thighs and genitals — is especially vulnerable because it’s warm and moist, making a perfect breeding ground for bacteria and yeast. These rashes generally start within the creases of the skin, and there may be red dots scattered around the creases.

The Mayo Clinic goes on to say;

Treatments and drugs

“The best treatment for diaper rash is to keep your baby’s skin as clean and dry as possible. If your baby’s diaper rash persists during home treatment, your doctor may prescribe:

  • An antifungal cream
  • A mild hydrocortisone cream

Use creams or ointments with steroids only if your baby’s pediatrician or dermatologist recommends them — strong steroids or frequent use can lead to additional problems.

Inexpensive spray bottle

Diaper rashes usually require several days to improve and can continue for weeks. If the rash persists despite prescription treatment, your doctor may recommend that your baby see a dermatologist.”

If you don’t like the idea of using steroids and pharmaceutical antibiotics on your baby, then we have an alternative that is natural, safe and very inexpensive. And it works within a day or so.

Many mothers have told us that by combining a few drops of NutraSilver with filtered water in a small spray bottle, they can simply clean their baby’s bottom as usual, then spray the NutraSilver/water on baby’s bottom.  Many mothers report that within a day or so the diaper rash is gone.  Apparently, the small amount of NutraSilver kills not only the bacteria, but the fungus as well.

Proof

FDA-certified independent lab test have demonstrated amazing “kill-power” of bacteria and fungus.  Further tests reveal the NutraSilver has zero toxicity, so it it perfectly safe.

Guarantee

We believe in firmly standing behind our colloidal silver products. We want you to be healthy.

In fact, we guarantee NutraSilver to work for you or we’ll give you your purchase price back. We pledge to our customers that NutraSilver will satisfy your reason for purchasing. Therefore, NutraSilver comes with a

Your Baby Deserves the Fasted and Safest Remedy

Try NutraSilver today and watch your baby’s diaper rash disappear

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3 Responses to Diaper Rash Eliminated with Natural Mineral; No antibiotics or Steroids

  1. annienewcombe says:

    Another extraordinary discovery for the babies’ benefits. Truly tested and proven for many cases. I won’t hesitate to try this also when I’ll be having my baby when the perfect time comes.

  2. Irritant dermatitis is the medical term for red and inflamed skin that is caused by any irritant (usually urine or feces with diaper rash). Irritant dermatitis is the most common cause of diaper rash. It is generally seen on the buttocks, lower abdomen, genitals, and upper thighs. But through the discovery of Nutrasilver, babies won’t suffer on this anymore.

  3. Pingback: Diaper rash | Find Me A Cure

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