Back in the olden days I had a blog about caring for babies. The post that most people came to read was about caring for diaper rashes. I was a newish foster mother at the time and had gone through my share of diaper situations.
Many seasoned moms gave me lots of good old fashioned advice that did work in the long run but for the immediate care of diaper rash one older mom, who had seen her share of baby bottoms, handed me a tube of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste® (gotta love that name).
My daughter had a diaper rash free beginning. Thanks friend!
Boudreaux’s Butt Paste was designed by a pharmacist and father of four. It contains no dyes, parabens, preservatives phthalates, and talc. You probably know why you don’t want the first three on. your baby’s delicate skin but what about talc? Many of us grew up with talced behinds so what’s wrong with it?
The complaint of talc causing cancer is still being debated but what isn’t is the delicacy of baby’s lungs and how the fine particles of talc can be harmful to a baby that breathes them in.
My daughter is pretty big now. No longer a baby at 13 but she was born prematurely with delicate lungs. For me it was pretty important to diligent about items that could be hazardous to her health.
Boudreaux’s Butt Paste: the Best Diaper Rash Cream
So you have a friend with a new baby coming. Maybe it’s her first or maybe it’s her 6th. Either way she will love you for giving her Bourdreaux’s Butt Paste Rash Kicking Kit.
We were sent such a pack through #Momsmeet. Our kit included…
- The Original Butt Paste® with 16% Zinc Oxide. The original formula is designed to start working on diaper rashes right away and create a barrier to keep future rashes at bay by blocking wetness.
- Maximum Strength Butt Paste® Rash which contains twice as much Zinc Oxide as the original formula.
- A Butt Brush to help with application. This brush is BPA Free Silicone and includes a suction cup to put it away when you’re done.
We also received a few other goodies to make a nice new baby gift.
Diaper rash is no joke. You poor baby is uncomfortable and you are doing your best to clean them up with out too much irritation. I know. I’ve been there.
Bourdreaux’s Butt Paste worked when my daughter was little with it’s simple formula. I feel it is the Balsam Talu and Castor Seed Oil that help it work so well. If your little baby suffers from diaper rash give Boudreaux’s a try. And follow my steps below for a rash free baby bottom.
Get Rid of Diaper Rash Fast
There are 6 basic types of diaper rash
1. Impetigo: Comes from bacteria. This diaper rash will look like small round red raised pateches.
2. Intertrigo: In the little folds of baby fat. Heat and wetness set this one off. Looks red
3. Contact : Like it sounds from contact with something.Could be the diapers, scented wipes or something else. You can tell this one because it doesn’t show up in the areas where the diapers don’t touch like the folds of your baby’s skin.
4.Yeast : Any of the other rashes can turn into a yeast rash if it goes on too long. White pustules. Poor baby!
5. Seborrhea: Big red patch over baby’s diaper area. Looks horrible.
6. Allergic: Your baby may be having an allergic reaction to a new food introduced. This will make a red ring on the little behind.
So in order to make sure your diaper rash cream works for you it’s important to follow a few steps in addition to using the cream.
- Remove babies soiled diaper.
- Clean your babies diaper area. A quick wash with a washcloth and be very gentle if you’re working with an active case of diaper rash.
- If you’ve got the time (and this is important) let your baby’s diaper area dry. It doesn’t take long. Fan it or something but air drying is a quick process so don’t fret.
- Apply Butt Paste® Rash Cream and use the nice applicator.
- Change baby’s diaper as soon as it’s soiled.
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I received this product for free from Moms Meet, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own.