Protecting baby’s delicate skin: the #BepanthenProtects Challenge

This post is an entry for the #BepanthenProtects Challenge, sponsored by Bepanthen. Learn more about how to protect your baby’s sensitive skin on https://www.bepanthen.co.uk/

If you’d told me a couple of years ago that in 2019 I’d have a blog and that I’d be writing about bum cream, I’m not sure I would have believed you. But here we are. It’s 2019. I have a blog. And I’m writing about bum cream.

But all for a good reason!

You see, over the last few weeks, we’ve been taking part in the #BepanthenProtects Challenge, using Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment every day to protect against the effects of nappy rash.

Before taking part in the #BepanthenProtects Challenge, I have to admit that we didn’t always apply ointment each time we changed Zak’s nappy. We tended to only apply once we saw that his little bum was getting a bit red. But Bepanthen works by preventing nappy rash, rather than treating it. By forming a transparent, breathable layer, Bepanthen protects delicate baby skin against friction and other irritants. And in case there is any doubt, “other irritants” is a very polite way of saying wee and poo! 

Over the course of the past few weeks, we’ve noticed a real change. Zak’s delicate skin isn’t getting as irritated and we haven’t had to treat him for nappy rash. By applying Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment each time he gets a new nappy, we know that we are protecting the skin in a very delicate area. And let’s face it, he spends a lot of the day sitting on his bum, so it needs to be rash-free and protected!

We’ve been using two different tubes – a big one for in the house and a smaller one for popping in Zak’s changing bag. I have to say, one of the perks of these tubes is that the lid is a flip-top rather than screwing off. This is a lifesaver when you’re trying to juggle a dirty nappy, a clean nappy, wipes, a wriggling baby and your sanity!


One comment

  1. We need lifesavers in the challenges of parenting so glad you found this one helpful. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part.

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