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1 year old child, suffering from red blotchy rashes on stomach, chest, appears after bathing, painful when inflamed. Treatment?

my 1 year old daughter has red blotchy rash mostly on her stomach and chest . it appears mostly after baths and seems to be painful when inflamed. lotion or oil seems to make it worse. we have tried several different soaps - johnson s moisture therapy , aveeno, and aquaphor baby soaps. We have tried eucerin extreme dry skin lotion, aquaphor ointment, johnsons s creme lotion and regular lotion, and all cause the red raised rash to become even more inflamed and painful... please help!
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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skin is sensitive you should use non toxic oointments creams and soaps
it should be without proteins
it should be nut free milk free soya free
you an use petrleum jelly for drness
for soap there is nikko soap which is free from all toxins
it is pfizer product
and after bathing can use calamine lotion and antifungal powder like mycoderm
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