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Paediatrics Paediatrics

Care of the nappy area

Newborn skin is more susceptible to external irritants. The most important thing in its care is maintaining skin integrity, hygiene (with special attention to the genital and nappy areas) and the adequate use of soap and emulsifiers.

The most common problems

Aggressive soap abuse and the excessive frequency or duration of baths or showers and water temperature enhance the occurrence of dry skin or irritative dermatitis.


The inguinal areas and the intergluteal and genital folds are particularly susceptible to irritating, flaking, and exudative conditions, such as irritative or allergic nappy rash or vulvitis or vulvovaginitis in girls.



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