Diaper rash is very common in babies, it is usually easy to treat and can disappear in a few days.
Diaper rash occurs when bacteria, moisture, fungus, soap scum, feces, or urine mix with the diaper. These components, when subjected to the body’s natural heat, can damage the top layer of the skin, resulting in diaper rash. The skin in the baby’s diaper area becomes swollen, irritated, and red.
Diaper rash in adults: Diaper rash not only affects babies who wear diapers, but can also be common in adults, especially those who are overweight or have mobility issues.
The reaction is resistance by contact with substances like resistance. As more comprehensive areas and common areas are the thighs, due to the friction of the skin and mainly due to the common heat and humidity. Symptoms are more frequent of burning in the region and reddish appearance, some in which the skin becomes inflamed or painful.