Dr. Dana Johnson: Are Cloth Diapers Better For A Baby's Skin?

Cloth diapers don't wick the moisture away from the skin as well as disposable, so it is important they be changed more frequently to prevent skin irritation. I also have had infants become irritated from what we could only deduce was the detergent used by the diaper service to wash the cloth diaper lining. When the liners were washed at home, the rash resolved and returned when the diapers went back to the diaper service.

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