Rash cream

GabeG23

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Hey guys has anyone tried this rash cream if so I can use this in my groin area, does it work better then destitin or about the same? Here is a pic of what I’m talking about I look forward to hearing from you guys thanks.


 

dogboy

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I've never used that but I do use Aveeno baby cream because it contains dymethicone which is very effective.
 

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I have used the butt paste and I think it works equally as well as destitin. Depending were you live one may be less expensive than the other.
 

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Hey guys has anyone tried this rash cream if so I can use this in my groin area, does it work better then destitin or about the same? Here is a pic of what I’m talking about I look forward to hearing from you guys thanks.
I've used it. Yes, you can use it in your groin area. It's the same as Desitin Extra Strength (40% zinc oxide). I've used Desitin or a similar zinc oxide ointment on most diaper changes for at least 30 years. No issues yet, except my skin looks very white (kidding about that last part :biggrin:)
 

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Have you used Sudocreme before? This Butt Paste sounds like a "maximum strength" version of Sudocreme.
 

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If you guys can get a prescription cream then ask your doctor for "triple diaper cream". As expected for a prescription it works much better than over the counter stuff.
 

GabeG23

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I use sudocreme all the time. It does really help keep skin from becoming inflamed when in contact with urine
Thanks for your help.

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If you guys can get a prescription cream then ask your doctor for "triple diaper cream". As expected for a prescription it works much better than over the counter stuff.
Thanks for uour help.
 
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