E. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington
Answered Aug 22, 2019
Many households commonly use Aquaphor ointment for skin discomforts, such as a rash, blemishes, or simple itching. The Aquaphor regular ointment does not contain glycerin and bisabolol, while baby Aquaphor contains both ingredients. Naturally, baby Aquaphor is better for baby diaper rashes, while regular Aquaphor performs well on cracked and dry skin. Baby Aquaphor is packaged in 3 and 5 oz jars, and 1.75 oz tubes.
Regular Aquaphor is packaged in 14 oz jars, and 3 oz tubes. The original Aquaphor does not contain glycerin, which acts as a lubricant, panthenol, which is a moisturizer. The regular ointment has a mildly unpleasant smell, while baby Aquaphor is naturally scented with floral flavors.