Graham's Natural Nappy Rash Cream 100ml
Grahams Nappy Rash Cream is formulated with all natural & carefully selected beneficial ingredients, this rich cream cares for delicate baby skin in the nappy area. With powerful skin friendly Sunflower Oil and Zinc Oxide ingredients to provide a protective barrier against excessive redness, rashes & soreness. While also using the benefits of Almond Oil and Shea Butter to provide gentle care and soothe the skin.
(This Product is a Class l Medical Device & has clinical data/evidence proven to work.)
Effective for the relief of:
• Baby Rashes
• Soreness & Redness
• Irritated "wet" Skin
The beautiful natural yellow flower, well what happens when we extract this flower into a super oil? Sunflower oil has been tested to reduce inflammation when applied to the skin, also reducing discomfort for those with dry skin! With a high potency of Vitamin E, this works great to rejuvenate and enrich the pores of your skin. Sunflower Oil has also been known to have high antioxidants that stop the spread of bacteria on the skin, and this is vital for eczema & psoriasis sufferers!
Is one of the best moisturising, anti-aging regenerating and protecting natural product in the world! It protects your skin from UV sunlight, harsh climate, dehydration and pollution damages. Let's say in short that it is one of the best anti-aging agents for your skin. It strengthens your skin by stimulating the production of collagen, which is the youthful scaffolding protein in your skin. It makes it more supple, more alive, nourished and radiant. If you have wrinkles, fine lines and crow feet or if your skin is dry, very dry, damaged or devitalized, Shea butter will make all of these problems vanish and bring your skin back into life and beauty. It is the most moisturizing skin care product in the world.
Acquired from the almond seed, which contains protein, vitamin E and B vitamins as well as essential minerals, healthy fats and protein. Almond oil has emollient properties, which gives it the ability to rejuvenate and soften the skin & reduce skin irritation such as itching and swelling.
Or tocopherol, is well-known for its skin benefits and is easily absorbed into the skin and hair. Vitamin E can help to promote skin cell formation. However, it is highly moisturising, which makes it an ideal addition to any natural product. The vitamin E content also keeps the oil from becoming rancid; thereby increasing a cosmetic or skin care product's shelf life.
Zinc is a well studied natural treatment used in a range of products to dry the skin. Mainly used as a acne treatment & people with oily skin, zinc oxide is a great natural ingredient for drying "wet" nappy rash skin.
Zinc Oxide provides a dry barrier on the skins layers to protect & stop the skin rubbing and causing irritation. Zinc is also a part of your skin's make up to protect your skins collagen & lipids. While also fighting bacteria and infection on the skin. It is the perfect ingredient for baby rashes and inflammation!
Heat & Bedtime
Your child will most likely itch more at night as they get hot under the covers and most will get into the habit of waking up. It is best if your child sleeps in their own bed to avoid overheating. Cotton or bamboo bed linen and at most one thin cotton blanket is the best bedding for your child. Woollen blankets, plastic mattress protectors and doonas should not be used. Constant waking and scratching at night and the sign of blood on the sheets the next morning are signs your child’s skin is too dry and more moisturising or oiling needs to be applied. Keeping your child cool helps reduce the itch.
Heat & Bath time
As heat can aggravate your child’s condition we recommend you bath your child once a day in warm (not hot) water adding a capful of Grahams body & bath oil to the bath (using this as a soap substitute). Soaps can dry out the skin. Try and bath your child at least two hours before bedtime.
Dryness & the skin
Keep your child’s skin moisturised as much as possible during the day, this will help with the dryness. Water, air-blowing heaters, cleaning agents, soap, swimming and the environment can all be drying to your child’s skin..
Can my child go swimming?
Yes, but if they are having flare ups your doctor may suggest the swimming stops until the rash improves. Before swimming we recommend you apply moisturiser to the skin. After swimming wash the chorine/salt water with cool fresh water apply bath oil, and then apply a moisturiser before dressing.