Frequently Asked Questions
Your little one’s dribble contains digestive enzymes that can break down the protective layer of their skin. This can lead to their delicate skin getting raw and inflamed. To prevent this from happening, use warm water and a soft and absorbent cloth, like our Organic Cotton Baby Towel, to wipe away dribble. You can use our Baby-Soft Balm Stick to form a protective barrier on skin, particularly on cold weather days or before bedtime. We recommend our fragrance-free products if skin is particularly irritated or sensitive.
Healthline suggests baby dribble rash should go away after a week of at-home treatment. If it doesn’t show any signs of getting better, or appears to be worsening, it's best to visit your doctor. They may be able to prescribe a medicated cream to help.