Wednesday, December 26, 2012
"# Change out of wet clothes as quickly as possible. Wet swimsuits or damp clothing allow water to sit against your skin, which can also lead to yeast problems. Be sure to dry your skin with a towel before putting on a dry change of clothes.
# Change diapers frequently if the affliction happens to your infant, and use a diaper rash cream. Though diapers are designed to wick moisture away from the skin, and even the tiniest amounts can make the rash worse.
# Avoid douche products for females. These are oftentimes unnecessary, as the body has a natural cleansing process, and the harsh chemicals in feminine hygiene washes or douches can upset this pH balance and increase the chances of yeast growth."