It depends on where the change is and how badly my diaper is soiled. The basics, which I carry with me in a backpack are: powder, cream and wipes. If I am at home, I prefer to change on my bed and use a changing pad.
Wipes when the wet one comes off, baby lotion and powder when the fresh one goes on. I used to get just a little rash if I wet overnight. Since I started using lotion and powder I have never had a rash.
wipes when taking off, cream when putting on, and sometimes powder.
I only use the cream in my crack because I get irritation there (probably not from wetting -- I don't poop in my diaper). I alternate between a cortisone, an aloe and a menthol cream because they are effective in some sort of combination. For a powder I use the Gold Bond powder, the scent of baby powder somehow bothers me . . .
mm usally if at home i lay down a changing mat (not so important just makes the thing much more babyish feeling)
use a wipe or two before putting on the nappy to make my area down there feel nice and fresh, then i put a very small ammount of cream on the place that needs it then proceed with the baby powder (sometimes a practical amount and sometimes ALOT for the feel and to make an over powering smell (again if i want to make the whole experiance more AB).
Then when changing use wipes and some more powder and then diaper up.
I never really got the point of baby oil. like i reckon it could be fun if i had someone changing me but when i experimented in the past it just tended to get everywhere and seemed pointless.
is there a point to it? like say if you are a fir hairy down there does it help with keeping the pee off the hair or something? (i'm just mushing thoughts here...)