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What is Diaper Rash?

Learn how to identify diaper rash and when it’s time to call the doctor.

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What Causes Diaper Rash?

Did you know that teething, introducing solid foods and sensitive skin can all be triggers for diaper rash?

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How Can I Treat Diaper Rash?

Try these doctor-recommended steps for soothing and treating baby’s diaper rash.

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How Can I Prevent Diaper Rash?

Prevent diaper rash by keeping skin dry, changing diapers often, and using preventive treatment.

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Dr. Smith’s® Diaper Rash Ointment is a creamy blend of premium ingredients proven to deliver gentle and effective relief for even the most severe diaper rash.


Dr. Smith’s® Diaper Rash Spray soothes, treats and prevents diaper rash with an easy, touch free application.

The Solstice® is the registered trademark of Honeywell.

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Dr. Smith’s® Diaper Rash Spray is formulated with Solstice® Propellant, one of the most environmentally preferable aerosol technology available on the market today. This propellant:

  • Is non-flammable
  • Has an ultra-low global warning potential
  • Is not a hydrofluorocarbon (HFC)
  • Is not a volatile organic compound (VOC)

The Solstice® is the registered trademark of Honeywell.