>Boudreaux Butt Paste

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>This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste. All opinions are 100% mine.

Boudreaux’s Butt Paste® was specifically formulated by a pharmacist with direction from a respected pediatrician to provide effective diaper rash care.  Before we started using cloth diapers full time Boudreaux’s was one of my top 2 choices for rash treatment/prevention.  Perhaps “was” isn’t the best choice since it’s still a top choice, I just can’t use it on the baby if she’s wearing her cloth diapers…I do still use it sometimes when we use disposable inserts for Baby B.    If nothing else, why I decided to TRY this product in the first place was the name.  It sounded kind of funny so I figured it was worth a shot.  Happily, it was an effective prevention method and treatment of diaper rash with my 3 kids.  I recommend it to moms who use disposable diapers regularly! 
Some of the key selling features of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste :

  • Pediatrician recommended
  • Goes on and cleans off easily
  • Available in convenient sizes
  • Flip top cap (tubes)
  • Handy travel size (Plus, the flip top cap is such a nice feature when you are on the go!)
  • Pleasant scent (This is a personal thing.  I don’t personally think this is a pleasant scent, nor an unpleasant one- but it’s a diaper rash ointment, not something that really needs to smell fantabulous, you know?)
  • Skin protectant
  • 16% Zinc Oxide
  • Peruvian Balsam
  • Treats diaper rash and soothes irritated skin
Boudreax has been featured on: 
  • Oprah Show
  • Tonight Show
  • Today Show
  • People Magazine
  • ESPN (This one kind of makes me laugh.  ESPN and diaper rash ointment!) 
  • While You Were Out TLC  
Boudreaux’s Butt Paste comes in several convenient sizes of 1oz, 2oz, 3oz and 4oz tubes,  and also a 16oz jar.  I always keep a small tube of diaper ointment in my car, just in case.  My kids are in the water more than not in the summer and often at the beach, which means sand in diaper/underwear areas.  That can quickly cause discomfort.  That’s part of why I keep travel sized tubes of ointments like Boudreaux so I have something to provide the kids with relief if they need it, then and there, instead of having to ride home in a carseat in discomfort.

Want to try a sample of Boudreaux without buying a large tube?  Head to their site and request a sample – you’ll need to include a 6×9 SASE with $1.39 postage to cover shipping costs.  

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  • >I actually used this paste on my oldest grandson and we all loved it. It took care of any problems that he had, and since he didn't take to potty training early we used it for quite a while.seriousreader at live dot com

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