When my kids were babies, I used disposable diapers to keep them dry. We would use up anywhere from 6-8 pieces within a 24-hour period. Whenever it was time to change, I would make sure that baby's diaper area was completely clean and dry before I put on a fresh diaper. Soiled diapers can irritate baby's skin when left on for an extended period of time. This is because of the trapped wetness, friction, and of course the bacteria since we're talking about pee and poop.
Well, Johnson's just made the whole diaper-changing ritual a lot simpler with the Johnson's Baby Complete Care Diaper System. As you can see in the video above, all it takes are three steps:
- Wipe - Use Johnson's Baby Skincare Wipes. It not only cleans, it also helps protect baby's diaper area from diaper rash the way nappy cream can. In cases where baby gets diarrhea and there's excessive, I would usually take him to the sink and wash the diaper area with a baby wash like Johnson's Baby Bath.
- Powder - Apply Johnson's Baby Complete Care Powder. It helps repel wetness by keeping it from touching the baby's bottom. It also soothes rashes and protects from diaper rash.
- Change - It is recommended that you change diapers every 3-4 hours to keep baby's bottom clean and dry. This prevents skin irritation and rashes. When my kids were babies I would regularly check if their diapers needed changing. You will notice that diapers become thicker as more liquid is absorbed but the only way I could tell if there was poop was to actually peek.
*This is a sponsored post for Johnson's Baby.
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