Frequently Asked Questions
Softush orders arrive within 5-7 business days of processing your order.
We accept all major forms of credit cards including Visa Mastercard American Express and Discover Card.
If you want your Softush baby bottom dryer faster than normal delivery you can select a faster shipping method when you checkout. You can also check our Shipping & Returns page for all available shipping methods and prices.
1 Softush Natural Baby Bottom Dryer
1 Charging Cord
1 Charging Base
1 User Manual
Length: 176 mm / 6.9 inches
Width: 110 mm / 4.3 inches
Height: 75 mm / 3 inches
weight: .3 lbs
It takes 3 hours to fully charge Softush Natural Baby Bottom Dryer.
Softush Baby Bottom Dryer will continue to dry your babies bottom for up to 30 minutes.
If you are experiencing issues with you Softush Natural Baby Bottom Dryer please visit our Support Page and submit a ticket so that we can resolve your issue as fast as possible.
If you haven’t received your Softush Natural Baby Bottom Dryer use the shipping tracking code that was included with your order to locate your shipment. If you still experience further issues, please visit our Support Page and submit a ticket so that we can help locate your shipment.
If you are unhappy with Softush Baby bottom dryer, please visit our support page and request a refund. You will be required to your contact details and order number in order for our support staff to process your refund.
Diaper rash is a common condition of the skin where the skin appears red or patch-worked bright red.
Diaper rash is commonly caused by prolonged contact with moisture from diapers. Moreover, it can be caused by some detergents, soaps or dye from diapers. Yeast and dermatitis (inflammation of the skin) are also causes of diaper rash.
Diaper rash is very common concern for babies.
Often parents are hesitant to go to the doctor for something as common as diaper rash. Working with Dr. Natalie Lynch, Pediatrician here are the top 5 indicators when you should visit your child’s doctor:
- if you see open sores, raised bumps, or blisters in the diaper area
- The skin is oozing or bleeding
- The rash spreads beyond the diaper area to the arms or face
- If your child has signs of a fever, which can indicate and infection