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Why should I use Curash baby wipes?
All Curash baby wipes are soap free, alcohol free, pH balanced and hypoallergenic. Curash baby wipes are recommended for use at every nappy change to gently and thoroughly cleanse baby’s skin, which will help prevent nappy rash.
Can Curash baby wipes be flushed down the toilet?
No. Please dispose of used baby wipes in a disposal bin.
How long do Curash baby wipes last?
Curash baby wipes last 3 years from the manufacture date if unopened. Make sure to store below 30° Celsius.
Is there alcohol in Curash baby wipes?
No. All Curash baby wipes are alcohol free.
What are Curash baby wipes made from?
Curash baby wipes are made from non woven cloth, which is a super strong, super soft material – just perfect when dealing with baby’s little messes.
Do Curash baby wipes contain soap?
No. All Curash baby wipes are soap free.
Should I use baby lotion after each bath?
We recommend using a Curash baby lotion after each bath to give your baby’s skin the protection it needs.
Babies have very delicate skin with a natural protection that’s called the “acid mantle”. Products that contain soap can strip the acid mantle and this leads to irritation and dry skin. All Curash bath products are soap free and help maintain the moisture in the skin. Enriched with aloe vera and vitamin E, Curash Moisturising Soap Free Bath helps to moisturise and cleanse the skin.
How can I remove nappy rash cream or powder from my clothes or carpet?
When changing your baby you may accidentally smear some cream or powder onto your clothes or carpet, but don’t worry. These zinc oxide products can be removed easily. Just follow these simple instructions:
Remove as much of the cream or powder as possible with a damp cloth.
Soak clothing in clean warm water (40°C), apply a mild washing liquid and gently rub the fabric on itself until the spot is removed, then rinse well.
Blot a small section of carpet with warm water (40°C) then apply some diluted mild washing liquid to the area. Use a clean, colourfast cloth to work up a lather in small circles. Then, blot the lather away with a clean cloth. Repeat if necessary, then leave to dry.
My baby has sensitive skin. What products are suitable for him/her?
Can I use Curash skincare products if my baby doesn’t have nappy rash?
Yes! Curash Babycare products are specially formulated for use on all skin types and regular use will help to prevent nappy rash and maintain healthy skin. Babies with sensitive skin successfully use the range.
When should I apply Curash Medicated Nappy Rash Cream?
Curash Medicated Nappy Rash Cream should be applied to your baby’s skin at each nappy change or at the first sign of redness. You can also use our nappy rash cream at bath time as a barrier to seal out wetness and prevent breakouts of nappy rash.
Can Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder be used by adults?
Yes, adults can use Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder, but we also have Curash Family Powder, which contains 25% zinc oxide This is popular with sports enthusiasts, cyclists, horse riders, gardeners and the elderly.
Are there any other uses for Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder?
Should I use Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder or Curash Medicated Nappy Rash Cream to treat my baby’s nappy rash?
Both products are clinically proven to be equally effective. The choice is simply personal preference as they both contain zinc oxide and are proven to help treat, soothe and protect against nappy rash.
Why is Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder better than normal baby powder?
Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder contains a high concentration (25%) of zinc oxide in a cornstarch and talc base, which helps treat nappy rash, soothe irritation and provides a very effective barrier to wetness and irritants. Normal powders, such as baby powder or plain cornstarch powder, don’t contain zinc oxide and therefore don’t treat the nappy rash.
Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder is finely milled and is softer and finer than normal powders and this helps ensure the powder does not bead in the nappy as beading can irritate the rash.
How does Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder treat and prevent nappy rash?
The Zinc Oxide in Curash Powder treats nappy rash by helping to reduce redness and soothe irritation. Zinc Oxide provides an effective barrier to wetness and irritants, the major causes of nappy rash. Curash Powder helps prevent nappy rash by absorbing moisture, keeping the baby’s skin drier and rash free.
How do I apply Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder?
It’s important that Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder is first applied to your hand then smoothed onto your baby’s skin. Don’t use directly near your baby’s face or allow your little one to play with the container.
How can I treat nappy rash?
Nappy rash is a contact-based skin condition and therefore responds well to barrier protection. Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder and Medicated Nappy Rash Cream include zinc oxide, an excellent treatment and skin protector. Nappy rash should respond within 24 hours. However, if the rash doesn’t clear within three days, there might be a secondary bacterial or fungal infection. In this situation it’s best to consult either an early childhood nurse or doctor.
How can I avoid nappy rash?
Fresh air and “nappy-free” time are two of the best ways of avoiding nappy rash. Curash Anti-Rash Baby Powder absorbs moisture (the leading cause of nappy rash), which helps keep baby’s bottom drier and rash free.
What is nappy rash?
Nappy rash is a common skin disorder in infancy. It’s caused by prolonged contact with urine and faeces, along with chafing and heat. In its mildest form, the skin can be moist with a red, slightly rough and angry appearance. Nappy rash can also cause burning and itching that can result in restlessness, irritability and sleep problems. It should be addressed when first seen.