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From vaseline to baby oil, there are a million things you can smear on your baby's butt when you change him, so what do you use? And what do you wipe with?

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I wipe with a wet washcloth (plain water), and don't smear on anything.
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I use Palmer's Bottom Butter and it works really well. My dd gets rashy easily so we use it overnight and whenever she looks a little red. I use water and cloth wipes.

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I wipe with a wet washcloth (plain water), and don't smear on anything.
me too.

I've never needed to use any diaper cream and I'm too lazy to make any type of wipe solution

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Nothing, unless she's rashy (which has happened like 4 times in 8 months) and then I use Balmex. I only wipe for poopy diapers, and then I use plain water.

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I use Baby Bits wipe solution. Since thet are looking a little red in the sposies, I've been using Burts Bees diaper ointment. In cloth I might sprinkle some powder.

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If he needs cream (occassionally) we use lasinoh or burt's bees. For wipes, I use a roll of paper towels cut in half or cheap baby washrags w/water or a mixture of aloe vera juice, tea tee, citric acid & water.
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We wipe with a wet cloth wipe and if they need some kind of cream, we use burt's bees.
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I wipe with a solution of water, TTO, and lavender and we don't use any cream unless necessary. When I do, it's usually just some plain ol' Vaseline.
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Oooh, I have a new favorite "wipes solution" I laugh because I'm too lazy to officially mix anything up...I usually just squirt something in with some water and see how it goes. I have been using a squeeze bottle of water that I have put a bunch of pumps of baby wash in and a healthy glunk of Burts Bees Apricot oil (I know, very technical measurements here )
I shake it up real well each time and squeeze some onto a flannel wipe (I sewed my own out of an old sheet in a burst of pregnancy nesting!). It smells SO yummy. I even will give him a mini sponge bath with it sometimes and his skin is so soft and yummy smelling afterwards.
Sometimes in the morning I will give a shake of the Burts Bees baby powder onto his bum just to freshen things up...love how that stuff smells too. It makes him laugh - added bonus.
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Plain water on a washcloth to clean him, and nothing else unless he has a rash...then either Butt Paste or Hyland's Calendula cream.
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My wipes solution is water, aloe vera juice, and grapefruit seed extract. If I absolutely have to use cream, then I uae Burt's Bees.
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Usually plain old water on a wash cloth and plain old lanolin the few times she has been rashy
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Plain water and no slathering on anything unless she's rashy which is very rare, but then it's either Weleda or Burts Bees ointment.

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Water, and diaperless naps on a waterproof pad. No slathering of anything.
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plain water - occasonally I will mix up a sweet smelling solution, but most of the time I'm too lazy I've never had a need to use any diaper cream
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Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potion sprayed directly on baby bottom for poo, wiped with a Kissaluvs cloth wipe. Plain water on a wipe for pee. For redness/rashies I just spray a little DLP on bottom and let air dry...then change religiously within moments of a dirty dipe...never had anything last longer than one change!
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