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    Hi Guys,

    Pritty new to the scene, I am diapered mostly on a Sunday and use a disposable diaper and booster which does me more or less the whole day from around 7.00am to 4.00pm however I have noticed that my penis sometimes has some irritation afterwords. Does anyone have any advice ? Would it be an idea to use some baby oil before diapering ? I guess the answer is a diaper change half way through the day but to be honest its the afternoons that enjoy the most when my diaper is full. Will appreciate any advice.

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    It might be because you're new to wearing diapers. It's a new sensation that your skin is unused to. The irritation may simply disappear with more use over time. I don't really find any relief from oils or lotions if things get irritated. Do you use powder? The extra layer of protection from dampness may abate the irritation a bit.
    Last edited by Llayden; 11-May-2016 at 22:05.

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    Also, you may want to change your diapers more often. If i've read your post right, you claim to wear the same diaper & booster from 7 a.m. - 4 p.m? If your skin is exposed to urine for too long, it can cause all kinds of irritations, rashes, and outbreaks that go beyond common diaper rash.

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    Change more often maybe, if you're new to wearing diapers then your skin may need to get used to it, or you just have sensitive skin

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    I use a mix of zeesorb, talc, corn starch, and lotion when diapering up for work. You'll need to find a combination that works, different areas will probably require different treatment.

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    If anything gets a bit red, sore or itchy, a liberal application of zinc oxide cream should do the trick. Sudocrem is a well known UK brand -- I'm not sure about other countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny View Post
    If anything gets a bit red, sore or itchy, a liberal application of zinc oxide cream should do the trick. Sudocrem is a well known UK brand -- I'm not sure about other countries.
    I've been meaning to try it but stores don't seem to carry it locally around here. It's availble online easily enough though.

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    I've had great luck with Balmex AdultCare, available at most US pharmacies. 24hrs of application and the irritation is GONE, sometimes even less.

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