Baby & Adult Diaper Rash Recipe
Today we are going to share with you a non-food recipe that has the healing benifits of fighting diaper rashes.
Preparation Time: 15-20 Minutes
Aloe Vera plant
Plastic Container (glass container for longer storage) with lid for storage
▸ Cut open an Aloe vera plant and let the yellowish resin drain out into a cup upright for about 5 minutes
▸ Peel the Aloe
▸ Scoop a spoon full and place in a clean bowl
▸ Scoop a half of spoon of the bentonite
▸ Approx 5 mls of spring water (bottled spring water is fine)
▸ Mix this together
▸ You want this to be a paste. If it’s too runny, then you should add a pinch more of bentonite until it’s in the prefect form.
▸Put your paste in your small container. The mini food containers that can easily be found at the Dollar Store will work.
You do not need to refrigerate your paste. It will keep good at room temperature for at least 2 weeks. The remaining aloe should be stored in a mason jar if you have one and put away in the refrigerator.
The beta-sitosterol in Aloe vera does wonders for pretty much any kind of skin aggravation. Aloe is one of those multitask type of plants. There are more than 20 different amino acids, tons of vitamin and minerals and offer fast help makes it an incredible home solution for rashes whether the cause is bacterial, parasitic, viral, or a gigantic secret.
Rashes are usually caused by the level of dampness (urine, feces, ect) on or around the skin, the aloe will help keep this down so the skin can heal. Which is why it’s one of the preferred treatments as it promotes new cell turnover.
Aloe can be used even on delicate infant skin to forestall diaper rash and other basic aggravations.
Diaper Rash is described by red, delicate, swollen skin, generally warm to the touch. As in babies, it’s typically brought on by delayed contact with the damp (like stated above), encased environment of a dirty diaper.
But wait; adults can get rashes similar to that of an infant diaper rash. Because most rashes are frequently joined by a yeast or bacterial contamination and exacerbated by skin hypersensitivities. It’s occasionally mistaken for heat rash (Aloe can help with that as well), itchy and bumpy infected area around the genitals.
In the event that your infant or an adult has tender red bumps, and or cracking skin in their region, these can hold an excessive amount of dampness and prompt to incessant rashes and should be treated immediately.
Besides the Aloe plant, a dirt solution to treat the rash; Bentonite clay (or some other dirt like French green mud) is highly recommended. When you apply bentonite to the skin it draws out the poisons. This aides in keeping any sort of bacterial and yeast disease as well.
It’s also a great idea to apply bentonite like a baby powder from time to time to help prevent future rashes.
Just like the recipe, you can blend with a little water and some Aloe to apply on the skin, and there you have an astounding, cost effective, healing cream formula that anyone can use. If you would like, you can substitute the Aloe Vera for some pure coconut oil. Coconut oil is known to treat many kind of skin fungal like diaper rashes.
Nonetheless whatever you try just make sure it coats the skin of your infant or the adult to secure against wetness and draw out the infection.