I'd like to hear from the nurses on here about how to deal with the problem in the pic. I get this every once in a while on the skin under my bandage, almost always in this same location. It's a location where my belt or edge of my pants rubs against constantly. You can see the skin is red and weepy, but not painful or bleeding. I only notice it because the bandage won't stick to the weepy skin, and when I checked my barrier this morning to decide if I should change it or not I noticed it not sticking in this location. I'm hesitant to put anything like triple antibiotic ointment on it, as I'd rather let the air dry it out. I really need to wear pants (or shorts) to work today, so until I hear back from you guys I'll do what I aways do.....just fold up a few sheets of toilet paper and slip it between my pants and this red weepy skin (to absorb the moisture) and go about my day. But is there anything I can do to speed up the healing process? I've tried a variety of things in the past.....now I'd like to know what the "proper" way to address this problem is.