A customer named Debbi asked us the following question about the use of Bye Bye Diaper Rash on her granddaughter:
My daughter has a baby 3 months old who continually spits up no matter how little or how much breast milk she gets. Her first baby had the same problem – it’s a valve thing. It doesn’t close for maybe another 3 months. Anyway she has a horrible solid red, burning rash under her chin and down her neck because there is no way to keep her dry. She does this all day long and at night. She cries because when her spit up gets on the rash it burns. Could I get this diaper rash spray for her to use not only in the diaper area but also under her chin? Thanks for your help, have been a customer for years and love your Olive Leaf Capsules I always give the free one (buy one get one free) to my daughter. Debbi
We get this question several times a year from mothers noticing that their infants have rashes over other areas of the body besides the diaper region. Below is Seagate’s response to this question:
Hi Debbi. No problem. Customers have been using the diaper rash spray all over their baby’s body. It is perfectly safe. Just make sure to avoid contact with their eyes. It will sting the eyes. A rash, whether caused by a wet diaper or on another area of the baby’s skin … is still a rash. The Bye Bye Diaper Rash will help protect and heal almost any rash. It should work very well for this application.
Seagate Customer Service
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