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Excellent for eldelry bed-ridden person. Soothing ointment for sore skiin
this cream has been a miracle for chronic pressure sores from being in a wheelchair ,being an obese 52year old man wheelchair bound .it has stopped the bleeding and pain and protects against infection replaces endoderms and skin ripping tape and skin prep..
My son has super sensitive skin and I can only use 7th Generation wipes or Babyganics wipes on him. So when it came to time to find a diaper rash cream that didn't bother him, I tried this first because I loved how well it worked for my older son. Thankfully, this worked great on my sensitive son as well. Not only was it gentle enough but it really worked. Happy baby = Happy mommy :)
I'm a busy mom of 5. And diaper rash is the last thing that I have time to play with. I tried this product after trying everything else even RX meds nothing would work on my daughters sensitive skin so, I said I've spent money on everything else I might as well try this. OMG it was a life saver it cleared up the rash after one use and it was completely gone after two days. So now if I see a rash coming I reach for it and it does the trick well worth it plus it comes with a 1.00 off coupon inside the box. My only regret is that I didn't know about this product four babies ago. stop wastin money and purchase the last diaper rash ointment you'll ever want to buy. A little goes A LONG way. So only use a little it's very thick but it speads easily and it coats the skin so it leaves a protective barrier. I hopes this helps.
After my surgery, I have tried many ointment produces, even some of the most expensive one in the market, with no significant improvement. Then I bought this A and D ointment because my friend S.R. recommended it and their family use it for generation. Upon trying it and it does what it said in the product description, after few days of using it, my butt wound starting to heal, how do I know that? Because it doesn't hurt as much any more. I believe this may have to do with the first-aid additive within the ointment itself.