Prevention is essential for nappy rash. You should:
Change your baby regularly once they get wet.
Clean your baby's bottom well, i.e. several times a day, at each nappy change, to avoid contact between urine or faeces and the skin as much as possible.
Use a suitable cleansing water or cleansing milk and rinse gently. In case of irritation, spray with a fine mist of Thermal Spring Water.
Dry with a clean, soft cloth or tissue, avoiding rubbing. You can then apply a nappy cream, which acts as an insulator, forming a film between the skin and its " aggressors ". In case of redness, leave your baby's bottom free to breathe without a nappy as often as possible. If, despite all your precautions, the rash persists, consult your doctor.