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18 Sep 2008
my baby developed rash on his face & stomach. i bathe him with J& J Aqeuos cream since birth. is it aqeuos cream or he might be allegic to something?what else can i use to prevent rash?
Without being able to see your baby it is very difficult to be sure about what is causing your baby's rash. It may be caused by the aqueous cream so it is worthwhile stopping using this cream and seeing if his rash clears up. Do not use any soaps when bathing him and no creams at all afterwards.
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