Yeast looks like a raised sunburn.
If you do have a yeast rash, the diapers need to be stripped. Some mommas strip the diapers and go to disposables until the yeast is gone. I just keep stripping the diapers until I am sure the yeast is gone. If you dont strip the diapers, the yeast lives in them and the baby keeps getting the yeasty rash. A nasty vicious cycle. Here is what we did to get rid of yeast.
I made a wipe solution of water, vinegar, a little Tea tee oil and a drop of lavender to make it smell nice. Used that at every diaper change. Then let her butt dry. Then I mixed GSE and water in a spray bottle and sprayed that on her booty at every diaper change and let air dry. Did LOTS of naked booty time. With her diapers we washed them with soap nuts (out normal diaper detergent) and baking soda, then put vinegar in the rinse cycle. I then did an additional rinse with GSE. Then we dried them on the hottest and longest cycle twice. I strip diapers at each wash until the yeast has been gone at least 1 week and make sure you get all diapers and cloth wipes if you use them.
I know all that sounds like over kill but we did some of those things alone and none them were enough for us. So, thats what we do when we get yeast. Some mommas do a vinegar bath but we have never had to do that. Good luck and I hope that helps.
A wife to A, unschoolen mom to C (7), T (3) & little A (9 months).Hey Nena, I know you are creepen on me. Get a life.