Ilex Skin Protectant Paste®: protective barrier paste used for ostomy care and incontinence.
Rave reviews from everyone who has used this paste. Order sources:
1 (800) 443-6332.
Shield Healthcare, Valencia, CA 1-800-228-7150; $4.67 per tube.
American Health Superstore, Rockville, MD, (301) 816 9600; $4.29 a tube.
Carrington Gel: (a wound healer) applied after diaper changes.
Aquafor Cream: (like Vaseline®) used on raw skin, stays on for a while; eucerite ointment
Eucerin®: moisturizing cream used to keep skin soft.
Balnol: (perianal cleanser) wipe down with cosmetic cotton squares. Gets the skin clean,
no need to rinse.
Silvadene: (burn cream) apply to rash.
Questrin powder (mixed with Aquafor) apply to rash; prescription medication generally used
to lower cholesterol when taken orally.
Baby Oil and Tissues: used to clean bottom.
Stomahesive® Protective Powder with Ihle's Paste: start with a dusting of Stomahesive® powder and apply
Ihle's Paste on top.
United Skin Care System
Uni-Wash: cleanses and deodorizes; dissolves feces, urine and emesis residue
for easy removal. Soapless with a pH factor that prevents dryness and irritation. Helps
Uni-Solve: provides a water repellent shield against external fluids. Helps
retain natural skin moisture. Use to prevent skin breakdown due to dryness, friction,
pressures and incontinence.
Critic-Aid: a thick paste containing zinc oxide and an antimicrobial
ingredient, apply to skin between diaper changes.
Peri-Wash: Feces and urine emulsifier. It loosens and softens feces for
easier removal from thin sensitive skin, therefore, reducing irritation and
formation of denuded skin around anus.
Peri-wash II: same action as Peri-Wash but contains an antimicrobial agent.
Peri-Care: moisture barrier ointment. Provides a protective moisture barrier
against urine and feces. Contains Casein which acts as a buffer between the
skin and proteolytic enzymes present in feces and urine.
Gynelotrimin: vaginal infection medications can sometimes work on yeast type rashes.
Aloe: apply fresh aloe to rash area; let dry well and then apply Desitin®
Diaper Rash Ointment and A & D® Ointment on top of dried aloe.
Prescription Diaper Cream Dr. Feinsod: contains petrolatum, cholesterol and cottonseed oil.
Available at Richmond Way, Cedarhurst, NY (516) 374-2626, Contact: Brad Jacobson.
Aveeno Bath: leave diaper off, apply baking soda to bottom to remove sting.
Mix the following together. Zinc oxide, A & D® Ointment,
Nystatin cream, Tincture of Benzoine (5 drops) and Stomahesive® powder to make a
smooth consistency and apply after each diaper rash.
Mix the following in equal parts. Zinc oxide, A & D® Ointment,
Nystatin cream, Tincture of Benzoine (5 drops) and thick part of Maalox®.