Today I’m going to write about how the terrible diaper rash ended for a two-year-old girl.

A friend of mine has a two-year-old daughter who has severe rashes all over the diaper area. His wife has been to a few doctors and has brought every time various ointments and creams. Nothing helped, and it kept getting worse.

Then he came to me and described the problem. I asked for a photo to have an idea how the situation is. I’ve seen some stuff, but it wasn’t pretty. We then talked about how it is handled like this at home, and I then found out that the little mouse does not want a diaper.

However, she is not yet so far that it works without. Ok, at home without is not the problem, if something “happens” you can change it quickly. The problem was more at night and on the road. We then went and got such diapers, which are like panties to pull up and down. And they are also printed very cute. Then I told the father to please take over from tonight on to get the little one ready for bed. I was then watching on the phone with a picture transmission. She wriggled like a worm when the diaper was to put on, and she made a racket.

From the following evening, things went differently.

I told him to get her ready, and if she makes a racket again, he should take the diaper off again and ask her if she doesn’t like the diaper anymore. She didn’t want to. Then he should say ok and take the diaper, and the little mouse should throw it into the bucket by herself. And both then said, we no longer need a diaper. Then he should put on her the cute “magic panties.”

They did that for two weeks so that every evening a diaper was thrown away together, which were no longer used.

Within that time, you could watch the rash disappear. And she never had a new rash again. The magic panties were not a diaper for her and were also kept in the typical closet like panties. It was her job to get a diaper out of the closet and put it on herself in the evening.

Magic without a doctor and pharmacist

Note by H.Pilhar

A sweet testimonial.

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