Ds had awful dribble rash, the childrens nurse said no to sudacrem but more than one H/v said it was fine, just a thin layer. In the end nothing really worked that well and it cleared up on its own when he stopped dribbling and the sun came out.
Just keep his chin as dry as you can and vaseline works well to stop it getting worse, under chin and in rolls of skin.
Thanks, have put a thin layer of sudocrem on which he has promptly covered in dribble and wiped off with the sleeve of his sleepsuit! So annoying. Glad to hear it'll get better, it looks awful at the moment and must be painful for the poor little chap.
we got a fantastic weleda cream - rose I think. It was the tube of cream not the moisturiser. You rubbed it in and so they couldn't rub it off. It cleared up ds's (which was so bad that it was beginning to bleed) in a day or 2.