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Jamison's is worse at night, which is why I am pretty sure it is related to the drooling. He isn't in pain from it that I can tell, but if there is something I can do to help clear it up, I feel like I should! I have some vitamin A & D clear ointment that they used on him in the nicu... I've thought about trying that for barrier protection, but it will make him look kind of greasy
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Sean had a rash like that from spit up. I used diaper cream on his face (just a very thin layer and I rubbed it in all the way) and cornstarch (just a tiny bit and put it on my hands away from his face and then rubbed off the excess). Both worked great at clearing it up and vaseline helped provide a barrier.