Frequently Asked Questions
Babies often get heat rash. This is because they can’t regulate their body temperature as well as adults and children can. If your little one has a heat rash, try to keep the skin cool. A cool bath or a cool wet cloth on the rash can help. Avoid using soap that contains harsh chemicals. The NHS recommends loose cotton clothing and lightweight bedding as well.
Heat rashes tend to go away after a few days. Our range of baby heat rash products can help with soothing the heat rash, especially since coconut oil contains healing lauric acid and is known for its cooling properties.