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5 Reasons Not to Sleep on Cloth Diapering
5 Reasons Not to Sleep on Cloth Diapering

Warning: you might get addicted to collecting cloth diapers. 

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The ultimate guide to baby diaper rash in cloth diapers
The ultimate guide to baby diaper rash in cloth diapers

Does your baby wear cloth diapers and have a diaper rash? Look no further. This chart is the ultimate diaper rash diagnosis. Compare your baby's rash to our diaper rash pictures to determine what type of rash your baby has, what caused it, and how you can treat it quickly and safely.

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The shocking truth about diaper rash cream and your cloth diapers
The shocking truth about diaper rash cream and your cloth diapers

A look at the top 10 most popular baby diaper rash creams and their effect on synthetic and natural fabric. Which ones will affect absorbency and which ones won't?

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Using the power of Ayurvedic science to soothe your baby
Using the power of Ayurvedic science to soothe your baby

Does your baby seem to be fussy all the time?  Is your baby gassy or constantly getting diaper rashes? If it seems like you've tried everything but nothing is working, the one thing you might be missing is Ayurveda.

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Cloth Diaper Rash Cream Recommendations - a list of good and bad diaper rash creams for cloth diapers
Cloth Diaper Rash Cream Recommendations - a list of good and bad diaper rash creams for cloth diapers

Not all diaper rash creams are created equal. We've compiled a list of diaper rash creams that are and are not recommended for use with cloth diapers. 

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5 steps to remove rash cream from your cloth diapers
5 steps to remove rash cream from your cloth diapers

Traditional diaper rash creams have heavy oils and other ingredients in them (e.g. zinc oxide and cod liver oil) that stick to cloth diapers, causing them to leak and retain odors. Unfortunately you’ll need to use some elbow grease to make them useful again using the following steps.

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3 steps to cure yeast diaper rash
3 steps to cure yeast diaper rash

Yeast diaper rash occurs most commonly with the use of oral antibiotics, sugar, non-organic dairy, gluten, or breast milk from a mother with a yeast infection. Here's how you can clear it up.

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