Diaper Rash

Procter & Gamble says the skin microbiome in the diaper region of infants is 'unique' with 'microenvironments' that change during disease states (Getty Images)

Special Edition: Baby and Toddler Skin Care

P&G study finds microbiota may play ‘important role’ in diaper dermatitis

By Kacey Culliney

Personal care major Procter & Gamble (P&G) has shown that the skin microbiome in the diaper area among infants differs naturally but also changes according to disease states, suggesting microbiota may play an important role in diaper dermatitis.

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An animal treatment used by vets and farmers over 100 years ago,
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