This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boudreaux's Butt Paste. All opinions are 100% mine.
Boudreaux's Butt Paste, specifically the All-Natural one in green box, is one of our favorite diaper rash creams. I was first informed of how amazing this product was by one of my good “mom” friends! She told me it was a “must” item to put on the registry! I later found out that Boudreaux's Butt Paste® was specifically formulated by a pharmacist with direction from a respected pediatrician to provide effective diaper rash care. Of course, since pharmacy is my profession, I immediately respected the product and the creator!!
Since Sophia’s bum is super sensitive, the All-natural formulation seems to work best for our family and it comes in a 4-0oz tube! If you are trying the regular Boudreaux’s formulation (16% Zinc Oxide and Peruvian Balsam), it conveniently comes in multiple sizes – 1oz, 2oz, 3oz, 4oz, and 16oz. The tubes have an easy to use flip top cap! Also, there are convenient travel size containers, perfect for the diaper bag! The great thing about Boudreaux’s is that it goes on and cleans off easily! A must for a mom in a hurry!! What mom isn’t in a hurry at some point?
My mom even has her own All-natural tube at her house for when Sophia goes to stay at Mimi and Papa’s!! It is a skin protectant, which makes it perfect to treat diaper rash and to soothe irritated skin!
If you think you might like to try Boudreaux, head over to their site because they'll gladly send you a sample to try for yourself! I think you might like it- the scent is mild and fairly neutral, and I find its effective!
Boudreaux's has been featured in all kinds of media, including:
- Oprah Show
- Tonight Show
- Today Show
- People Magazine
- While You Were Out TLC.
I recommend Boudreaux's Butt Paste to friends and family, although I'm not always able to use most diaper creams because they aren’t cloth-diaper friendly. When I need to use diaper rash cream, I put a fleece strip inside my cloth diaper, apply cream, and then I don’t have to use disposable diapers.