Monday, 08 October 2012
Diaper rash gives me goosebumps. I hate the thought of my poor little one with a sore, red bottom. I wish so badly that someone would invite a magic cream that instantly soothes and cures a bad diaper rash. Oh wait, Boudreaux's pretty much does! I'm serious, after three kids and two in diapers right now, even before they were born I knew I would only be using Boudreaux's. I remember our first diaper rash, when our oldest was an itty bitty baby. I felt HORRIBLE. I'm his mom, I'm supposed to change his diaper frequently and make sure he doesn't sit in a wet or dirty diaper for too long. But life happens, and rashes happen, and we can't be hard on ourselves. So to soothe him, I did everything. EVERYTHING. I let him lay on a towel so he could air dry after each diaper change, I used a super soft washcloth with just warm water (those wipes are cold and the ingredients can sting!). I tried cream after cream, we changed his diaper around the clock. I felt horrible that it wasn't going away and that he cried at each diaper change.
So finally, as we worked our way through the available concoctions, we tried Boudreaux's. A thin layer on a dry bum, and at the next change? It was already clearing up. We stuck with it, hoping we had finally found "it". We had.
With the younger two, it's all I want to use. They have a maximum strength that is perfect for that red-as-heck butt, super sore toosh, and then just the regular strength for the minor rashes.
Boudreaux’s Butt Paste® was specifically formulated by a pharmacist with direction from a respected pediatrician to provide effective diaper rash care. Skin protectant with 16% Zinc Oxide and Peruvian Balsam. Treats diaper rash and soothes irritated skin.
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