Goes on and clean off easily. Treats and protects. Pleasant scent. Pediatrician recommended. Boudreaux's Butt Paste was specifically formulated by a pharmacist with directions from a respected pediatrician to provide effective diaper rash care. It spreads on easily, cleans off quickly, and has a pleasant scent. Use with infants, children and adults.
Average Price: $9.79
Amazing product. Used it first time my son got a sore bum from teething. And saw a difference the next day. Went out and bought four more tubes of it so I always have some around just in case. Worth every penny to make your little ones bum feel better. Happy baby, Happy mommy!!
This was my go to cream when my son was a baby. I tried many but this was the only one that did the trick for him and quickly. When I would see a rash coming on I would only need to put a thin layer on and presto it would do the trick. I would highly recommend this product to any new mom.
I used this diaper rash ointment on my 1st grandson. He started getting a rash and I was at WalMart looking at products and came across this. They have been in business a long time, so I thought surely they would know. Turns out, they did. It is a thick cream and covers well. It's not greasy, but wash your hands good afterwards. I only had to use it for a few days once daily. His rash cleared up and he was a happy little baby.
This is an excellent diaper cream.. It is not greasy and goes on very smoothly. Whenever my daughter had a rash I would put this on and it would clear up in great time. It kept her skin in good condition. She isn't in diapers anymore but sometimes has irritated skin, I put a little of this on her and it clears it right up
Spreads a lot easier then Penaten, but overall not as effective on my baby boy.
love it!! so easy to use, not greasy, no mess... glides on where you need it and almost instantly it seems to cure the rash!! will use again!
Im not about this one. I used it and my daughters butt problem got worst but every babies butt is different so it didn't work for us or maybe i didn't use it long enough for it to work i used it for like 3 days and the rash kept on getting worst, so i don't recommend this.... But for the babies that did get relief from this creak good, :)
I got this cream for the first time from my dr. when my son had an extremely bad diaper rash! I tried many other creams and nothing was working. He was bleeding and had blister like spots on his bum. I used this cream 1 time in the afternoon and once just before bed. Woke up in the morning and the rash was basically all gone. I was so happy and my baby was also. I went out to the store the next day and got some and now thats all i will ever use.
Once you pay for a product and walk out the store, it's nobody business how you use it. Recently I discovered that diaper rash rub makes an awesome hand, cuticle and eye cream. The active ingredient is zinc oxide, making it highly effective in treating dry skin. So far, I love it. It's richness should protect my hands all winter long. A good one, available at drugstores, is called Boudreaux's Butt Paste, so you know the inventor has a sense of humor.
The idea of consolidating toiletries by finding new uses for old products is appealing. So is saving time and money by finding drugstore counterparts that work as well as their designer cousins. Why buy three different products if one gets all the jobs done? Or, overpay to achieve identical results? On occasion I may want an expensive cosmetic. But if I choose to spend twenty times more for a designer brand, I have to like it twenty times more than the cheaper version. I like products with more than one use to reduce clutter. And whenever possible I want to keep life simple with one-step shopping at the corner drugstore.
You don't have to change your personal care items all at once, but as a savvy shopper, ask yourself why you use them and what you expect them to do for you. Consider: (1) Does a product work; (2) what are its active ingredients; (3) and, can you get a similar result cheaper?
If a product makes a fantastic eye and hand cream, well then, what's in a name?
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