There are so many available choices of what to put on a baby rash. Baby is prone to develop rashes during the first year of their life and baby that has sensitive skin is susceptible to develop rashes. Most of rashes on babies are quite benign and harmless. The rash on baby usually lingers on few days and resolve on its own. Some of the rash might need treatment to prevent it getting worse and the treatment is occasionally a simple treatment.
As there are so many choices of what to put on a baby rash, you need to identify and determine what kind of rash your baby has. For the time being you might want to apply over-the-counter creams such as hydrocortisone or other prescribed topical creams on rash that itch. When your baby rash causes pain on baby you need to go to doctor. Baby might develop rash caused by fungus or bacterial infections, you may put on antibiotic ointment or antifungal ointment that has been approved by pediatrician. When you find your baby has rash all over the body, it may due to viral illness or other disease. You need to take baby to doctor.
The other choice of what to put on a baby rash is applying colloidal cream. Colloidal oatmeal lotions are believed can relieve the rash as colloidal oatmeal has anti-inflammatory effects. The colloidal oatmeal remedy is used for a long time to soothe itching which makes it a good option to treat rash that usually itch. You can buy lotions contain colloidal oatmeal, or oatmeal bath products or make your own oatmeal bath. Put two cups of oatmeal in a food processor and blend it until oatmeal feels like powder. Pour powdered oatmeal into a medium mixing bowl and add two cups of cornstarch and mix them well.