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Diaprex Diaper Rash Ointment - 4 Ounce Jar

$ 11.99 + shipping

Diaprex is the brand trusted by Moms and Physicians for over 50 years to gently protect and heal the delicate skin of babies.

Originally created by Bell Moss, a pharmacist at Detroit’s Children’s Hospital, Diaprex quickly became the favorite Diaper Rash Ointment in the Midwest. It has been, and remains a beloved brand for generations of Moms, Dads, and Physicians for their loved ones and patients.

Diaprex Diaper Rash ointment gently heals and protects the delicate skin of newborn babies and children.Both hypoallergenic and naturally fragrant, Diaprex will neither irritate your baby’s skin nor leave them smelling like they just crawled out of a medicine cabinet. With subtle hints of vanilla and cinnamon, the balsam of Peru is what gives Diaprex (and your baby) a pleasant, inviting aroma. To help soothe and calm skin, Diaprex is enriched with Sūthe®.

Diaprex Diaper Rash Ointment uses only USP grade ingredients of the utmost quality and is exclusively manufactured by Elba Laboratories in Troy, MI, in a thoroughly laboratory-tested FDA-compliant environment where consistency, safety and integrity share equal responsibility as Diaprex’s highest priorities.

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A dry bottom is your baby’s best defense against diaper rash, so in addition to changing your baby's diaper as soon as possible after it becomes wet or soiled, remember to air dry or pat your child's skin dry (never rub) and, then, be sure to apply a thin layer of Diaprex on their bottom after each change.

Originally invented during a time when cloth diapers were the only option, Diaprex was an innovation in helping to keep babies dry. With both the moisture-absorbing technology of the modern diaper and the amazing abilities of Diaprex working together, discover how protecting your baby from diaper rash has never been more effective or easier. Order Diaprex today.

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