Best Diaper Rash Creams
by Anne Fritz
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At some point in your parenting journey, you’ll open up your little one’s diaper and find a red, sore-looking bottom.
Diaper rash is a common skin irritation that’s typically triggered by a combination of moisture, air, friction from diapers and irritants caused by poop, pee or even the ingredients in diapers or bath products. Sometimes yeast (which loves moisture) is involved, particularly with severe or recurring rashes.
But no matter what the cause, you’re going to want to help relieve baby’s symptoms — stat. The good news? Diaper rash cream can help.
Why you need a baby diaper rash cream
While getting to the root cause of diaper rash is crucial for getting rid of the red, warm, bumpy rash, using a diaper rash cream can help provide relief as your baby’s sensitive skin heals and prevent future flare-ups. How? “Diaper rash comes from moisture to the skin, which allows yeast and bacteria to flourish,” says Michele Green, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist in New York City. “By creating an occlusive layer, and minimizing the moisture, these organisms won’t grow.”
Types of diaper rash treatments
Faced with an aisle lined with options, you may wonder how to even begin to choose a quality diaper rash cream — especially when those ingredient lists are so lengthy.
Before stressing over each individual ingredient, you should know that there are two main types of diaper rash cream:
- Petroleum-based products, like classic petroleum jelly and Aquaphor
- Zinc-oxide based products, including Desitin or Balmex
What to consider when choosing the best diaper rash cream
First, consider the type of rash your baby has. If the rash is mild, a petroleum-based product may be sufficient. But if your baby has a moderate to severe rash, zinc oxide-based products will provide a bit more protection from further irritation. Also know that thicker creams and pastes are best for soothing existing or severe rashes, while ointments are ideal for preventing diaper rash from occurring in the first place.
Now, take a look at the lengthier list of ingredients: Look for ingredients like zinc oxide and lanolin, says Green. “Anti-fungal creams, A+D ointment, Balmex, Triple Paste and Butt Paste are all good choices to treat diaper rash.”
Conversely, you should avoid products containing boric acid, camphor, phenol, baking soda, salicylates or diphenhydramine, because they can be toxic to babies, says Green. “You also want to minimize the use of hydrocortisone cream, as it can thin the skin.” Products with heavy fragrance can cause even more irritation, which is why it's not recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
It may also help to experiment and try different creams to see which works best for your baby’s bum and type of diaper rash.
To apply diaper rash cream correctly, dry the skin well before applying and wash the area with a gentle cleanser free from perfumes, says Green. And don’t forget to change baby often. Though you don’t have to apply cream with each change, a zinc oxide cream can work as a preventative measure. (Anti-fungal creams used to treat active diaper rash should only be used two or three times a day, says Green.)
If the rash persists, make sure you’re applying it correctly before jumping from product to product, though. Baby’s bottom should be completely dry before you slather on your diaper cream of choice gently and liberally all over the area. You don’t need to — and shouldn’t — wipe the cream off between changes, but make sure the area has dried a little before putting a new diaper on your baby. (Remember: moisture breeds bacteria.) After wiping, you can fan the area or wait a minute or two before closing the diaper and getting baby dressed.
How we made our picks for the best diaper rash cream
We chose the following products based on the AAP recommendations for diaper rash creams to ensure all products on the list are as safe and effective as possible. Among the items that fit that criteria, we selected top-rated and highly-reviewed products — both petroleum-based and zinc oxide-based — that parents in our community swear by.
Best Diaper Rash Cream
Aquaphor Baby Diaper Rash Cream & Healing Ointment
Pros:Creates an excellent moisture barrier, easier to wash off fingers, great value
Cons:Not as healing as other formulas
Why We Love It
This diaper rash cream, sold with Aquaphor's Baby Healing Ointment (made to prevent diaper rashes), is excellent for creating a moisture barrier to protect baby’s skin from loose stools.
Plus, this system isn't just great for preventing or healing diaper rash on your baby — the highly versatile healing ointment is sure to become a household favorite long beyond the baby years, since adults can also use it to heal dry skin and chapped lips, repair cracked cuticles and tame flyaways.
Size: ounces (diaper rash cream); 14 ounces (healing ointment)
Most Versatile Diaper Rash Cream
Grandma El's Diaper Rash Ointment
Pros:Cloth diaper-safe, a little goes a long way, smells good
Cons:Expensive, slightly sticky
Why We Love It
Made in the U.S., this diaper rash cream boasts lanolin, vitamin E and amber petrolatum (a protective ingredient). It's also cloth diaper-safe and can be used on eczema, heat rash, minor burns and cradle cap, too. It comes in a ounce jar, as well as a 2-ounce tube.
Best Diaper Rash Cream for Sensitive Skin
Babo Botanicals Soothing Diaper Cream
Pros:Natural ingredients, a little goes a long way
Cons:Strong smell, temperature sensitive
Why We Love It
With colloidal oatmeal and organic calendula flower extract, this zinc oxide-based diaper rash cream soothes diaper rash without irritating even the most sensitive skin. It also moisturizes, thanks to shea butter. Moms of babies with allergies will also find comfort in the fact that this formula is gluten-, soy-, dairy-, peanut-, almond- and walnut-free. Still, it’s highly effective, thanks to a 25 percent non-nano zinc oxide formula.
Size: 3 ounces
Best Hypoallergenic Diaper Rash Cream
Boudreaux's Butt Paste for Sensitive Skin
Pros:Easy to spread, hypoallergenic, doesn’t contain fragrances
Cons:Hard to wipe off of skin, lower concentration of zinc oxide
Why We Love It
Boudreaux is known for their incredibly popular original butt paste, and now they have this sensitive-skin option, which is made with just five ingredients: zinc oxide (the primary one), mineral oil, castor seed oil, petrolatum and paraffin. Even better, it’s free of fragrances, dyes, parabens and preservatives. But just because it’s gentle, doesn’t mean it’s ineffective. This easy-to-spread cream has all the same benefits of the beloved original formula and is guaranteed to help nourish baby’s bottom, while adding an emollient layer of protection from wetness.
Size: 4 ounces
Best Affordable Diaper Rash Cream
Desitin Rapid Relief Diaper Rash Remedy
Pros:Hypoallergenic, affordable, comes in multiple sizes
Cons:Lower concentration of zinc oxide
Why We Love It
This healing diaper rash cream is gentle enough to be used daily as a preventative treatment (it contains no parabens, phthalates, fragrances or dyes). Just know that at a concentration of 13 percent zinc oxide, this cream contains less than some of the other brands on the list, so it may not be as suitable for severe rashes. That said, it’s an affordable choice for those on a budget — and will provide ample protection for mild to moderate cases. It comes in a ounce tub, so it'll likely last for quite a while, too. But don’t worry: If this cream secures a spot as your favorite, it comes in more portable sizes — like a 4-ounce tube.
Size: 16 ounces
Best Fast-Acting Diaper Rash Cream
Triple Paste Medicated Ointment
Pros:Expensive, treats a wide range of skin conditions, hypoallergenic
Cons:Lower concentration of zinc oxide
Why We Love It
If nothing else works for your baby’s stubborn diaper rash, give this fragrance-free and hypoallergenic formula a try. Though it’s a little pricier and only contains percent zinc oxide, parents swear it gets rid of stubborn rashes fast. And if their word for it isn’t enough for you, you can feel comforted by the fact that if it doesn’t work for your baby, the company will refund your money, no questions asked.
Size: 16 ounces
Most Mom-Friendly Diaper Rash Cream
Balmex Complete Protection Zinc Oxide Diaper Rash Cream
Pros:Washes off easily, proven to reduce symptoms and rash itself, multiple sizes
Cons:Temperature sensitive, harsh smell
Why We Love It
This diaper rash cream easily washes off your hands — which is important when you’re doing up to 10 (or more) diaper changes in a day. And when you have a crying baby on your hands, trust us: You don’t want to labor over the sink trying to wash off a stuck-on cream.
Despite the ease at which it comes off of your own hands, the creamy formula protects baby’s bottom from chaffing and wetness, but also soothes her delicate skin. It’s also clinically-proven to actively reduce redness in three hours.
It comes in a ounce jar, and smaller tubes are also available, so you can stock both your home and your diaper bag with the most convenient size.
Size: 16 ounces
Best Organic Diaper Rash Cream
Earth Mama Organic Diaper Balm
Pros:Safe for cloth diapers, certified organic and non-GMO, plant-based ingredients
Cons:Strong smell, expensive
Why We Love It
Created by a mom, this USDA-certified, organic diaper rash cream contains plant-based ingredients — including olive oil, beeswax and shea butter — to gently nourish baby’s skin while fighting diaper rash. That certification alone is enough to sell some parents, since it’s not a label you’ll find on a lot of other diaper rash creams.
The formula is safe for use with cloth diapers — a no-no with most mineral oil-based diaper creams — and can also be used on minor cuts and scrapes. It's sold in a 2-ounce tube, and sets are available.
Size: 2 ounces
Best Classic Diaper Rash Cream
A&D Original Diaper Ointment
Pros:Easy to spread, rinses off hands easily
Why We Love It
From the makers of Bayer, this diaper ointment has been a trusted brand for generations of moms. It’s what your parents used, and it’s just as effective today. In addition to petrolatum, it contains vitamins A and D (hence the name) and lanolin to soothe and protect baby’s bum. It’s a fantastic staple to have in the house, too — use it to help with cracked lips or swipe it onto minor scrapes and cuts. It’s affordable and widely available in a wide range of sizes, including this convenient 4-ounce tube.
Size: 4 ounce tube
Best Subscription Diaper Rash Cream
Honest Diaper Rash Cream
Pros:Can set up recurring deliveries, hypoallergenic
Why We Love It
If you’re already getting your diapers delivered from The Honest Company, just add this cream onto your next shipment. The zinc-oxide based cream contains soothing jojoba and coconut oils and is free of parabens, synthetic fragrances, phthalates, silicones, lanolin and more.
Best Plant-Based Diaper Rash Cream
Evereden Soothing Diaper Rash Cream
Pros:Spreads easily, doesn’t stick to hands, plant-based ingredients
Why We Love It
There’s a lot to love about this plant-based diaper rash cream. For starters, it’s formulated with good-for-baby ingredients, like soothing kakadu plum, sunflower seed and coconut oils. We love the consistency of the formula, too. It’s not too thick, not too runny — and it doesn’t stick to your hands the way some others do. What’s more, there’s no harsh smell. The cream has a fairly neutral scent that just about anyone can get on board with.
Not to mention, the product has insanely cute branding that makes you feel hip just for having it in your arsenal of baby gear. One thing’s for sure: After trying this cream, you’re bound to want to explore the company’s other products, which includes one of the most delicious-smelling baby shampoos you’ve ever tried.
Size: 3 ounces
- WhatToExpect.com, Diaper Rash in Babies, March
- American Academy of Pediatrics, Common Diaper Rashes & Treatments, January
- Mayo Clinic, Diaper Rash,
- Michele Green, M.D., Dermatologist, New York, NY.
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The 8 Best Diaper Rash Creams of
The Boudreaux's Butt Paste Diaper Rash Ointment is our top choice due to it coming in both normal and extra-strength versions. The regular formula is perfect for daily use to help prevent diaper rash while the extra-strength version is ideal for handling intense flare-ups. If you're looking for something that's sure to revitalize broken skin then go with Pinxav Diaper Rash Cream. Its price point cannot be beaten.
What to Look for in a Diaper Rash Cream
Clean and Active Ingredients
Make sure to check the ingredient label. It's best if the product is free of any preservatives, alcohols, dyes, fragrances, and any other harmful ingredients that could irritate your baby's skin. Also, consider the active ingredients. Zinc oxide, petroleum jelly, and other ingredients common in diaper rash creams are there to form a thick barrier to protect the skin from any possible irritants. Zinc oxide comes in varying percentages over-the-counter with higher percentages requiring a doctor's prescription.
Diaper rash cream comes in a jar or a tube. While using your fingers to apply the cream is easy and efficient, purchasing a spatula can help to minimize any extra mess, especially if the cream comes in a jar.
Stains and Lingering Scents
Although zinc oxide is a common and powerful ingredient in diaper rash cream, it can leave behind stains. Some diaper rash creams also have odd smells. If you use cloth diapers, it's crucial to find a cream that won't leave behind any stains or unfavorable scents.
11 best mineral sunscreens of , according to dermatologists
By now, you’ve likely heard skin care experts say sunscreen is essential in helping reduce the potential of sunburns, skin cancer and wrinkles. And as the return to normal continues and the weather warms up, you might be looking to incorporate sunblock into your daily routine to help protect yourself from the sun. Some dermatologists argue in favor of mineral sunscreen over chemical sunscreen — in January , Hawaii actually became the first state to ban the sale of chemical sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate. But what is a chemical sunscreen? And why would a mineral sunscreen be better? To inform your choice of the best sunscreen this summer, we consulted board-certified dermatologists on the differences between the two, and got recommendations on what sunscreens are worth buying.
Regardless of what type of sunscreen you reach for, experts advised using a broad-spectrum sunblock to protect the skin from the sun’s Ultraviolet (UV) rays, of which there are two types you should consider. Exposure to both can be harmful in different ways.
- UVA rays might accelerate signs of aging
- UVB rays might result in sunburns and lead to skin cancer
Mineral sunscreen versus chemical sunscreen
The biggest difference between mineral and chemical sunscreens is how they protect you according to board-certified dermatologist Deborah Spey, MD, of Schweiger Dermatology Group, who highlighted that both types of SPF are proven to be “safe and effective in reducing short- and long-term sun damage and skin cancer.
- Mineral sunscreen, sometimes referred to as a physical blocker, contains either zinc oxide or titanium dioxide and sometimes both, which sit on top of the skin and help physically shield it from harmful UV rays, explained board-certified dermatologist Hadley King, MD.
- Chemical sunscreen typically contains a combination of as many as six chemicals — oxybenzone, avobenzone, octisalate, octocrylene and homosalate — and that’s how you can tell them apart from mineral sunscreens, according to King. Chemical sunscreens “absorb” UV rays like a sponge through a chemical reaction that transforms the UV rays into heat and the heat is “released from the skin.”
You may also come across mineral-basedsunscreens — like the popular Blue Lizard Mineral-Based Face Sunscreen — which means it is not an actual mineral SPF because it contains both mineral and chemical active ingredients.
Mineral sunscreen benefits
While Spey and King both note that mineral sunscreens offer advantages over chemical sunscreens, King recommends mineral sunscreens (also known as physical sunscreens) “for everyone” since mineral sunscreens offer full-spectrum coverage and are “easy to apply and look great.” Unlike chemical sunscreens, mineral sunscreens “are naturally broad-spectrum,” meaning they offer protection from both UVA and UVB rays as a baseline, no matter which brand or variation you buy.
Spey said that mineral sunscreens are gentle enough for children and those with sensitive skin and offer “unquestionable safety and efficacy.” The same can’t be said for chemical sunscreen, which has been shown to partially absorb into skin: In its January study on the matter, however, the FDA noted that “absorption does not equal risk” and still recommends using broad-spectrum sunscreens (without specifying any difference between mineral and chemical SPFs) — paired with protective clothing, hats and sunglasses when exposed to the sun, of course.
Mineral sunscreens “offer immediate protection, there is no need to apply them in advance and wait for them to be absorbed,” said Spey. The nonprofit Skin Cancer Foundation typically recommends applying sunscreen 30 minutes before sun exposure (no matter the type of sunscreen) and reapplying approximately every two hours. Although mineral sunscreens “can definitely” rub, sweat and rinse off, they last longer in direct sunlight, meaning they require less frequent reapplication compared to chemical sunscreens, Spey explained.
Mineral sunscreen limitations
The MDs we consulted noted there are some things that a mineral sunscreen can’t do, as well as some inconveniences around using it.
Spey noted that spray mineral sunscreens tend to go on “a little sticky” but they typically “become invisible” after you rub them into the skin. Mineral sunscreen might feel heavy on the skin, too. King advised testing out mineral SPFs before fully applying to help ensure they don’t leave behind a whitecast on the skin.
Best mineral sunscreens
Shopping for mineral sunscreens is a relatively simple process — some bottles will directly say “mineral sunscreen” on the front so it’s easy to identify. Other times, you’ll need to read the label and look out for active ingredients like zinc oxide or titanium dioxide and sometimes both.
Mineral sunscreens are available in various formulas, ranging from lotion and sticks to sprays and brushes. Spey is a fan of spray mineral sunscreens from Sun Bum, BeautyCounter and Elta MD. Outside of classic sunscreen brands like Banana Boat and Neutrogena, a few other popular physical SPF brands include Cetaphil, Supergoop!, Drunk Elephant and Coola.
You can also buy mineral sunscreens wherever SPFs are sold, including Walmart, Target, Amazon and your local CVS and Walgreens. Beauty retailers like Sephora, Ulta and Dermstore and Shopping reader favorite department stores like Nordstrom and Macy’s sell mineral sunscreen, too.
Now that you better understand what to consider and where to shop for mineral sunscreens, we rounded up dermatologist-recommended sunblocks, plus other popular mineral sunscreens from our extensive skin care coverage. And since some physical sunblocks can leave behind a white cast, we also included a couple of mineral sunscreens made for those with darker skin tones in mind.
Unsun Mineral Tinted Face Sunscreen
As one of the best sunscreens for darker skin tones, Unsun was recommended by King and ELLE’s digital beauty director, Chloe Hall. King noted the mineral SPF contains zinc oxide, titanium dioxide and iron oxides which won’t leave behind a white cast. The combination of shea butter and coconut, olive oil and safflower seed oils also helps hydrate the skin.
ISDIN Eryfotona Ageless Sunscreen
Spey described this “innovative” tinted mineral screen as “ultralight” and highlighted that it utilizes peptides and antioxidants to offer UV protection, minimize signs of aging (fine lines and wrinkles) and “repair existing UV-induced sun damage.”
ISDIN Mineral Brush Sunscreen
ISDIN’s “easily portable” brush applicator dispenses “a silky fine powder” featuring zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, mica and iron oxides, which together offers protection from UV, blue light and infrared radiation, according to Spey. “Take it with you for thorough protection and easy reapplication, even over makeup.”
SkinCeuticals Physical Fusion UV Defense Tinted Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50
One of Spey’s “favorite” mineral sunscreens for “light, invisible protection” that won’t clog pores or aggravate acne is this “weightless, almost watery” SPF from SkinCeuticals. It boasts “antioxidant-rich” plankton, which Spey said can enhance skin’s natural defenses against the sun. SkinCeuticals also created a mineral SPF for the delicate eyelid area.
Skinbetter Science Sunbetter Sheer SPF 70 Sunscreen Lotion
King noted this “nice, creamy” mineral sunscreen “dries sheer” and is oil-free, which is helpful for those with oily or acne-prone skin. Skinbetter Science claims you can also utilize this SPF as a makeup primer to wear under your foundation and concealer.
Revision Skincare's Intellishade TruPhysical Tinted Moisturizer with SPF 45
King pointed out that this mineral sunscreen employs zinc oxide and titanium dioxide and offers “lightweight consistency and coverage.” Revision Skincare claims the iron oxides found in this formula offer a “self‐adjusting, universal tint.”
Blue Lizard Sensitive SPF 30+ Sunscreen
Blue Lizard's cream sunscreen is free of fragrances and parabens, which is helpful for those with sensitive skin. The brand claims this water-resistant sunblock utilizes zinc oxide to offer broad-spectrum protection from the sun's rays. It received a star average rating from nearly 4, reviews on Amazon.
Colorescience Sunforgettable Total Protection Face Shield SPF 50
According to King, this mineral sunscreen is rich in antioxidants and features niacinamide, a popular skin care ingredient that can help improve skin tone and texture. Another selling point for King is that this Colorscience sunscreen offers protection from infrared radiation, which can lead to hyperpigmentation. The brand also makes a stick version of Total Protection, which King noted is convenient for outdoor exercises and is “less likely to run into the eyes.”
Ghost Democracy's Invisible Lightweight Daily Face Sunscreen SPF 33
King also recommended Ghost Democracy’s “oil-free and non-greasy” SPF because it does not leave behind a chalky residue. Beyond being formulated with zinc oxide, it also boasts artichoke leaf and turmeric extracts, both of which have antioxidant properties, according to King.
Brush on Block Mineral Powder Sunscreen
As one of the best sunscreens for acne-prone skin, King previously noted this SPF can be dusted on the face and body as a setting powder to help extend the wear of your makeup. It utilizes a combination of zinc oxide, titanium dioxide and antioxidants to offer sun protection and protect from free radicals.
Naturopathica SPF Daily Face Moisturizer
Board-certified dermatologist Orit Markowitz, MD, previously name-checked this Naturopathica sunblock as one of the best sunscreens to wear indoors. She noted that it boasts a “smooth-but-thick effect” and “smells divine.” Additionally, it is made with antioxidant-rich green tea extract that offers an anti-aging effect.
CORRECTION (June 7, , p.m. ET): A previous version of this article mistakenly included a Blue Lizard mineral-based sunscreen, not a mineral-only sunscreen.
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