Johnson's® Extra Dry Baby Powder
Clinically proven mildness. Superior moisture absorption - in vitro vs Johnsons? Baby talcum powder. With pure cornstarch. Baby extra dry powder. We love babies. And we understand that baby's skin can easily be irritated by prolonged exposure to...see more...
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I’ve used this for my sons bottom when we’d go on long car rides and it helped quite a bit. Obviously we stopped when we could, but when we couldn’t it helped until we got to where we could. I also use this for my shoes! Great for hiding any odors and helping my feet stay dry. Not sure why, genetics from dad I guess.. My feet sweat when trapped in shoes. That’s why you’ll never see me wearing closed in shoes during summer. But I use it during the winter days and it helps so so much.
The thing I love most about Johnson baby powders is that you can use it for more than just one thing. Of course the obvious use is for diaper rash/irritation soothing. This worked great for when my baby would get a red bottom from his old diaper brand. I also would use this on the carpet after cleaning up a spill with a cleaning solution. It seemed to neutralize the harsh cleaning product smell before vacuuming it up 👌🏻
I know that there is a faux pas associated with baby powder but my husband and I have are 3rd daughter in have continued to uses and love it. I swear up-and-down that this is the reason why none of them have ever got really badd diaper rashes.. Because they are continuously dry down there it's never an issue for them to chafe or chap. There will always use this product and love it dearly.
Purchased at: Walmart
This powder has really come in handy for me as my son is more on the chubby side so he sweats lot. But I've noticed that if I put some on him after a shower or diaper change it really helps him stay dry. Also it's good on diaper rashes in my opinion. I put the aquaphor cream and top it off with this powder and the rash basically just disappears after one diaper change.
Not my favorite powder. My go to is more of an "extra dry" kind because i feel it helps protect any kind of rash or sensitive skin while a diaper becomes wet, all us mommas know diaper rash and a wet diaper do not mix well, but this extra dry did not do the job as well as hoped for. Still in search for better, but for now it will at least do.
So I’m not a baby powder fan. I like the thick zinc based diaper rash creams. My boyfriend however loves the powder and swears the baby enjoys him putting on that much more than the cream. I don’t mind him doing a diaper change during the day and him applying that, but overnight it gets clumpy right on the sides.
We have only used this on very rare occasions. One of them being that our son had an ear infection and the antibiotic made him poop a lot so he had a really bad diaper rash, like the worst I had ever seen, and this along with a&d ointment helped make it all better. I also use this instead of dry shampoo on occasion.
Before choosing that I'd used this product before, I just saw that they make this in lavender scent, too, which now I'm dying to try! There's not much to say about baby powder - I just use it for controlling moisture in my baby's diaper and for the ease of getting into jammies after a bath. No complaints here!
I'm not much of a fan towards a powder and would rather do a paste but I usually like to use this to refresh the mattresses for my kids and even the beds the adults use. it's gentle on the skin and the scent is so subtle you can't hardly smell it. I don't really have much to say about the use on a baby lol.
Can't say enough about this. From diaper rash prevention to keeping redness, to a minimum when waxing this product doesn't disappoint. The only down side i can see is that it comes out rather quickly so when changing a diaper in the middle of the night you may find yourself with a bit of a mess.
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