What is a good diaper rash ointment for newborns?

Triple paste. Triple paste seems to work best for diaper rashes that other creams or ointments do not help fix. Triple paste is a cream. If you are specifically looking for an ointment, then try aquaphor.

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A & d ointment or baby powder for a diaper rash?

A & D. A & d -- typically works best. Plus often, they have website discount coupons. Go to: www.Myadbaby.Com. Read more...
Avoid baby powder. Healthtap Doctors are asked not to endorse specific brands or product lines. Read more...

My daughter is 3 years and she had bad diaper rash for over a week which is not responding to zinc ointment. What should we do?

Resistant rash. Rashes caused from irritation from wetness, fragranced baby wipes or diaper allergies usually improve with use of over the counter barrier creams such as Desitin (zinc oxide diaper cream). If this rash is not improving, it may require a medicated cream to treat yeast. Read more...
Hard without exam. A generic answer is every rash lasting more than 3 days will have some yeast in there as a factor. In some locals meds for this are available over the counter. Commercial wipes can aggravate any rash, so cleansing with mild soap/water and drying with a hair dryer/no heat can help. Read more...

My 3 weeks old son has severe diaper rash and it is getting deep and deep everyday. I used destine w/o result, using AD ointment w/o result. What to do?

See Your Doctor Now. Prolonged exposure to heat and moisture break down the skin barrier leading to rashes. The constant presence of urine/feces make healing the skin difficult. Thorough cleansing of skin each diaper change w/ mild soap/water, allowing skin to air dry fully, use of barrier creams usually works. However yeast infections require medicated creams. See your doctor now for proper diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

My 10 month old boy has real bad diaper rash, I tried all ointments in local stores, none help, it's red and small bumps, painfull, pls advise?

May be yeast. Babies can actually get yeast infections of their diaper area. It usually looks like beefy red bumps that are fairly close together, and they may be on a red patch of skin. Sometimes the skin even breaks open. If this is the case, an anti fungal cream added to his normal diaper cream helps clear up symptoms. Please have your doctor take a look. . Read more...