Now the “correct” name is actually Triple Paste Medicated Ointment – but many people just call it Triple X Diaper rash cream.
This is probably the best medical diaper rash cream on the market. I can really see no reason why you would chose anything else, except if you want to use a completely natural way to treat your baby’s diaper rash.
This is what your pediatrician or dermatologist will probably recommend for your baby. It provides gentle and quick diaper rash relief, and comes with an unconditional money back guarantee.
Ok For Daily Use?
It’s save to use this daily on your baby if you want to treat and prevent diaper rash.
Ok To Use For Baby Rash With Open Sores?
Yes, you can apply this cream also on baby rash when there are open sores.
Simply put a good layer of Triple X cream to cover the complete rash. In general it’s better to put on a little more than not enough, especially because this cream is really gentle on the skin.
The ingredients in Triple X cream are all hypo-allergenic and fragrance-free, and contain no preservatives.
- zinc oxide,
- white petrolatum,
- corn starch,
- anhydrous lanolin,
- stearyl alcohol,
- oat (avena sativa) kernel extract,
- polysorbate 80
Money Back Guarantee
They offer a 100% money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with their cream for whatever reason. You just call the number on the package and they’ll send you a postage-paid envelope and as soon as they have received your return they’ll refund the money to you.
- One of the ingredients in Triple Paste Cream is petrolatum. Petrolatum is the same thing like Vaseline, it’s also known as petroleum jelly. Now if you are using Vaseline, then you won’t have to worry about the little bit of petrolatum that’s in Triple Paste Cream. But what you might not know is that while petrolatum is considered safe, there is a risk of contamination by cancer-causing chemicals. However, the petrolatum used in cosmetic or pharmaceutical products like Tripe X Diaper rash cream has a very low risk of contamination, and in my opinion can be considered safe. (Again, if you worry about this, there are very few cosmetic products that you can use, because petrolatum is a widely used ingredient in cosmetics and baby care products).
- It’s a bit more difficult to apply because it’s thicker and a bit dryer than other creams. However, this actuallyis a blessing in disguise I think – because it won’t rub off easily onto diapers or clothes and the active ingredients can work better to reduce the rash.
When Best To Use It?
I’d really recommend using this for every kind of diaper rash – from light to mild to severe. (The only exception is a yeast diaper rash!). It’s safe, soft and effective – a rare combination to find. No negative long-term side effects. It’s what pediatricians and dermatologists recommend and what mothers rave about after they’ve tried all kinds of other creams and ointments. And most importantly, it’s what will help to relief almost any baby from the nasty diaper rash.