Best of Baby Winner for Top Diaper Rash Cream

Keep baby’s bum soft and irritation-free with this 3-in-1 wonder cream.
ByThe Bump Editors
Updated
Sep 2020
aquaphor baby diaper rash cream
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And the Winner Is: Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment

Redness, skin irritation and discomfort are all tell-tale signs of dreaded diaper rash. The best defense? Daily protection. Known for its award-winning cult favs, Aquaphor’s Diaper Rash Cream delivers ultimate skin protection for baby. The formula glides on easily thanks to key ingredients like panthenol and mineral oil—no wrestling matches mid diaper change. The cream provides a rich barrier between baby’s bottom and a wet diaper, protecting even the most sensitive skin from irritation. If you’re looking to treat an existing rash, this powerful blend of 15 percent zinc oxide and panthenol will soothe soreness and heals almost instantly.

What We Love

• A 3-in-1 solution prevents, soothes and treats diaper rash thanks to a powerful blend of zinc oxide and panthenol. It’s perfect for daily-use or for treating an existing rash.

• The formula glides on easily making application efficient—super important when you’ve got a wiggly one on the changing table.

• The tube is perfectly sized for the corner pocket of your diaper bag.

• Fragrance-free and zero preservatives make this a winning cream.

Buy it: $14, Amazon.com

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