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Slide21. A&D Ointment 2. Motrin Infant Drops 3. Infants Tylenol 4. Carlson Vitamin D Drops 5. Nose Frida

A&D Ointment is great to use at the first sign of a diaper rash. By the next diaper change, the rash already looks better.

Motrin and Tylenol are important to have in case your little one comes down with a fever, whether it’s from a cold or vaccines, you do not want to be running to the drug store when your baby is sick.

Carlson Vitamin D drops are great for breastfed babies because vitamin D is poorly passed through breast milk. Infants should have apx 400 IU of vitamin D daily and these drops are perfect because you get all of that in one drop. You can put a drop on your nipple and nurse or on your bottle nipple.

The Nose Frida is great when your little ones nose is stuffed up. Loosen up those boogies with a warm bath or saline drops then use the Frida to get them out.