Symptoms of Diaper Rash
Here are some symptoms you may see in your baby’s diaper area, depending on what type(s) of diaper rash he or she is suffering from:
- Shiny or Peeling Skin
- Sores or Blisters
- Raised Skin (with defined edges)
To help save your baby from experiencing many of these symptoms, be sure to use Triple Paste at the first sign of redness, and at every diaper change. This will help ensure diaper rash relief and reduce the rash overtime.
For diaper rashes that don’t improve or worsen after two or three days, there may be a secondary yeast infection (candida albicans). Candida Albicans infections tend to have a beefy, red appearance with inflamed red bumps and pustules around the periphery. Yeast infections don’t respond to traditional diaper rash medications. If this is the case, an anti-fungal cream may be needed, so call your pediatrician or pediatric dermatologist.