Bepanthene Baby - 100g
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- Brand: Bepanthene
- Product Code: MM-BPB100
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Bepanthen Baby is an ointment for changing the diaper with double action, protects from redness and regenerates the skin of the baby's tail. Bep.. See More
- Bepanthen Baby is an ointment for changing the diaper with double action, protects from redness and regenerates the skin of the baby's tail.
- Bepanthen Baby forms a clear layer that lets the skin breathe, helping to protect even the most delicate skin from irritants and friction that can cause redness.
- Bepanthen Baby contains 5% dexpanthenol, which promotes the natural process of regenerating delicate skin, keeping it moisturized.
- Its water-in-oil formulation provides the ideal conditions to keep skin healthy without drying out. Contains no preservatives, coloring, or perfume.
How to use Bepanthen Baby?
Bepanthen Baby is so soft it can be used on every change of diaper to protect the most sensitive skin, including the skin of premature babies.
Thanks to the non-sticky texture and easy to remove, Bepanthen Baby® provides extra comfort for the baby.
What are the main ingredients of Bepanthen Baby?
Dexpanthenol and lanolin.
Conservation: Do not store above 25 ° C.
What is Bepanthen Baby®?
Bepanthen Baby® is a protective and regenerating ointment for diaper change that contains 5% dexpanthenol (provitamin B5), which promotes the skin's natural regeneration process, keeping it hydrated. It was specifically formulated to protect and regenerate babies' delicate skin from the redness associated with the tail area. You can use Bepanthen Baby® at every diaper change, from birth, including premature babies.
Babies' skin is very sensitive, so you need a suitable and smooth product to protect it without damaging it. The Bepanthen Baby® formulation has no perfume, dyes, or preservatives. Gently cares for delicate skin with a tendency to irritation, protecting it from dryness, irritating agents and friction.
How does it work?
Bepanthen Baby® Diaper Changing Ointment with double action, protects from redness and regenerates the skin of the baby's bottom.
- Bepanthen Baby® Protects: Clinically tested, Bepanthen Baby® forms a transparent layer that lets the skin breathe, helping to protect even the most delicate skin from irritants and friction that can cause redness. Bepanthen Baby® is so gentle that it can be used with every diaper change to help protect the most sensitive skin, including the skin of premature babies.
- Bepanthen Baby® Regenerates: Bepanthen Baby® contains 5% dexpanthenol (provitamin B5), which promotes the skin's natural regeneration process, keeping it hydrated. Its water-in-oil formulation helps to maintain the skin's natural hydration, providing the ideal conditions for it to regenerate smoothly, without drying your baby's delicate skin, thus keeping it healthy.
How should I use it?
You should apply a thin layer of Bepanthen Baby® to the baby's clean, dry tail after each diaper change. Bepanthen Baby® provides additional comfort for your baby, thanks to its non-sticky texture and easy to remove.
INGREDIENTS: AQUA, LANOLIN, PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM, PETROLATUM, PANTHENOL, PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS OIL, CERA ALBA, CETYL ALCOHOL, STEARYL ALCOHOL, OZOKERITE, GLYCERYL OLEATE, LANOLIN ALCOHOL.
Where can I find Bepanthen Baby®?
Bepanthen Baby® is a cosmetic product available in pharmacies and parapharmacies in 100 g tubes.
As soft as ... a baby's tail!
The skin on your baby's bottom is smooth, soft and very sensitive. It is a thinner and more sensitive skin than adults, with a higher pH. In addition, babies' skin is exposed to extreme conditions, as they spend most of the day and night wrapped in a damp diaper and often soiled with feces and urine.
What causes redness of the buttocks?
The redness of the buttocks is caused by the contact between the baby's delicate skin and irritating agents present in the urine and feces. This can be made worse by a tight diaper, which rubs the skin and prevents air circulation. Bepanthen Baby® creates a barrier against the harmful effects of feces, urine and diapers, which helps to protect the skin against these causes of redness in the buttocks.
Do you know that?
- Is protecting your baby at every diaper change with a thin ointment barrier recommended by pediatric dermatologists, midwife nurses and other healthcare professionals?
- Can your baby urinate many times a day?
- A baby's skin is half as thick as an adult's, so is it important to use products adapted for babies' delicate skin, free of perfume, dyes and preservatives?
- Babies who are bottle-fed (with artificial milk) are more likely to have redness in the buttocks, as they produce more alkaline stools than babies who feed on breast milk?
Cares to take:
- Change the diaper frequently
It is vital to prevent the urine trapped in the diaper from being in prolonged contact with your baby's delicate skin, so it is important that you try to change the diaper frequently. If you use reusable diapers, a disposable system can help protect your baby's skin. With each diaper change, the entire area of the tail should be cleaned and completely dry.
- Use a specific diaper change ointment
Cover your baby's bottom with a thin layer of diaper change ointment, such as Bepanthen Baby®, each time you change the diaper.
- Allow your baby's skin to breathe
Disposable absorbent diapers can keep your skin dry, but make sure they are wide enough to allow air to circulate. Let your baby spend some time without the diaper whenever possible, ensure that the room temperature is pleasant, and that he has a towel or a diaper change for any loss that occurs.
- Daily care
For daily protection, use an ointment formulated for baby's delicate skin, such as Bepanthen Baby®.
Diaper erythema in babies
At Bayer, we know that nothing is more important than your children and that is why we have dedicated ourselves to caring for your delicate skin for over 70 years. This is referred to on the Bayer -Bepanthene website.
Baby's skin is thinner and softer than ours, and much more sensitive. Its pH is higher, which makes it more sensitive to irritants. Despite being unpleasant for you and your baby, diaper erythema is very common and easy to treat, as long as you use the proper care. If your baby has diaper rash, don't feel like you've done something wrong - it happens to everyone.
With the combination of scientific innovation and a passion for family health, Bepanthene® has a range of products without preservatives, perfumes and dyes that protects your baby's precious skin.
What is diaper erythema?
Diaper erythema can occur at any time during the period of diaper use. Most children will experience this, with symptoms such as redness, swelling or pimples on the bottom, thighs and genital area. The affected skin area may also be hot to the touch.
The risk of diaper rash changes as the baby grows. During the first 12 months, diaper rash is very common, as feces are more frequent and the baby's skin is thinner, more permeable and with a higher pH. Bepanthen Baby® was scientifically developed to help prevent diaper erythema in babies, from birth.
How does diaper rash affect your baby?
Your baby's behavior may seem altered - you may cry as soon as you touch it or while bathing it, or you may wake up frequently during the night because of discomfort.
What causes diaper rash?
The most frequent cause of diaper erythema is the combination of a dirty diaper and friction. The baby's delicate skin becomes fragile and painful when in contact with the chemicals that naturally exist in the urine and with the enzymes that exist in the feces.
This is made worse by a tight diaper, which simultaneously rubs, removing the protective lipid layer of the skin, and which prevents air circulation. If left untreated, fungal infections by agents such as Candida albicans can develop. Some baby diapers and cleaning products can also cause irritation.
Diaper rash is more likely if your baby:
- it is premature;
- he is sick;
- is recovering from vaccination;
- you are taking antibiotics;
- you have diarrhea;
- is in the weaning phase;
- it is susceptible to hereditary eczema.
When should I seek medical help?
Remember that diaper erythema is very common and, in most cases, will pass quickly with proper care.
If a few days have passed and the erythema spreads beyond the diaper area, if the skin is cracked and perspired, or if the baby is feverish, there may be an infection. These symptoms are common and are not necessarily a cause for alarm, but you should see a doctor.