Dermatologists warn: baby napkins cause skin problems. According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Dr. Rosemary Nixon believes that napkins are soaked with an antibacterial fluid that provokes dermatitis. It contains a preservative metilizotiazolinon.
According to statistics from two Australian clinics, he caused 11.3% of skin reactions recorded in 353 patients last year, 8.4% of responses - in 2012 and 3.5% of responses - in 2011. In general, it can be said that the number of allergic reactions increases. The reaction in the form of a red rash was manifested within 48 hours after contact. The reason may be that there is too much preservative or it stays too long on the skin. Also, the connection is dangerous if the skin is damaged. So it's easier to penetrate deep.
Cases of reaction to compounds are registered worldwide. In children's napkins, a dangerous component can be found in cosmetic products, deodorants, shampoos, conditioners, sunscreens and moisturizing products. In circulation it was introduced from the beginning of the 2000s. As for reactions to napkins, most likely, the statistics are irrelevant. Many adults do not assume that the napkins contain allergen.
A rash in children is often associated with the use of a diaper.