Kick some RASH! With Boudreaux’s Butt Paste

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This post is sponsored by Boudreaux’s Butt Paste®, the effective diaper rash cream that treats and prevents diaper rash with every change. Let’s kick some rash!

If there is one thing that parents can ALL agree upon, it might be that diaper rash is not fun at all.  Not for the baby, and not for the parents or caregivers.  Sure, treatment methods may vary, but ultimately? If you find a diaper rash treatment that works for your child, you stick with it.  Always.  I know for me, once I knew what worked for my babies’ skin, there wasn’t much that could persuade me to try other products, brands, etc.  Having seen my little ones’ sore tushies and feeling like I wasn’t able to help them feel better wasn’t something I wanted to mess around with.

Boudreaux’s Butt Paste was a brand I tried for diaper rash treatment because the name caught my attention.  It’s a brand I love and use even today because it works great on my kids.  I still love the name.

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My kids all had diaper rashes, but my daughter’s first diaper rash was the most memorable.  I was so diligent about changing her frequently, and keeping her clean and as dry as possible, and like many diaper rashes, started as just a hint of redness on her diaper area.  I patted her dry and put a small amount of cream on her.  An hour later, I changed her diaper again. I was very surprised at how red her diaper area was even after I’d used a little bit of cream. This time, I decided we’d do some naked time on a blanket, and I let her “air” for a few minutes. I applied cream much more liberally after this and diapered her again, making a mental note to check her again in an hour.  Thankfully, things didn’t get worse, and a few days of applying diaper cream liberally had her good as new.  Other rashes we have had have been far worse,  thankfully only a handful of them- most were about the same.  I’ve tried to have quality diaper creams in the house that help to soothe tender skin and provide a barrier to wetness to keep that baby skin from getting worse and letting it heal. Like I said before, Boudreaux’s Butt Paste has always been a favorite brand to Kick some RASH! with!

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  • In addition to change diapers more often, we used chamomile cream and also Boudreaux’s paste to help.

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  • My daughter gets diaper rash so easily, I change her often – pat her bottom with a paper towel after wiping her, then put on diaper rash cream!

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  • we usually leave balemx or powder

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  • Depends on the diaper rash but what has worked for us is diaper free time and coconut oil!

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  • i care for diaper rash by using Boudreaux’s Butt Paste. It’s truly a miracle in a tube!

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  • Buttpaste & vitamin E is the best!!

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  • After cleaning the baby’s bottom with mild soap & water we’d put them in the cradle to air dry for a while then use a little diaper rash lotion before putting the diapers on again.

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  • Letting a bottom air dry is the best thing! Thanks for the opportunity to win, try this.

    Seasidesmitten@aol.com

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  • Diaper free, breastmilk on rash & coconut oil.

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  • A cool wash and pat dry with time to air dry, then a good butt paste for protection. For a bad rash I’d change dia[ers more frequently and use this same routine each time.

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  • Luckily, we haven’t had a lot of problems with diaper rash. When we do, we usually give some no diaper time and use a diaper rash cream.

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  • I think letting it air dry is key

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  • Air that butt out! Keep it clean, dry, and free from dyes and fragrances. I sometimes use plain old vaseline.

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  • Lots of naked time, frequent washing with just water, and making sure the baby is dry before putting a diaper on!

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  • I give my daughter a bath and then wait a while to put a diaper back on (making sure she’s thoroughly dry). I then like to treat her bum with some Butt Paste when I put a diaper on her.

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  • Change the baby more often than the diaper will hold. I can’t stand when I see kids wearing overfilled diapers because their parents think the diaper can stand a little more. The bad thing about the fact that a lot of diapers hold in wetness is that people leave their kids in them longer. I mean it’s different when it’s overnight.

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

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  • give a bath then rub on diaper rash if its not gone by morning repeat

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  • Lots and lots of naked time is how I always fixed it (and boudreauxs when he needed to be diapered). I’m pregnant with #2 and that is my plan for her too!
    smartinez03 at live dot com

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  • I believe in letting babies air dry if there is a rash for as much as possible and when using any kind of creams or ointments to use it on clean dry skin!

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  • I usually use Desitin and make sure I change the diaper more often.

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  • Diapers should be changed more often than normal, when treating a diaper rash. Skin should be washed with a very mild soap and air dried or lightly patted dry. And of course use a good ointment to help healing, such as Boudreaux’s Butt Paste! Boudreaux’s Butt Paste really works!!!!!

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  • I always use LOTS of butt paste when dealing with a diaper rash! It’s all about creating that barrier!

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  • Make sure the area is completely dry before applying cream!!

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  • When my babies get a diaper rash, i quickly clean them with a wet paper towel or cloth so the wipes won’t hurt her. I usually use one diaper rash ointment but in some cases i mixed two together.(and it does work) i let her be freely so the diaper won’t cause her more pain.

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  • Change often and Use Ointment
    Kims2312@verizon.net

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  • I always used Desitin and left the diaper off
    pedidentalasst at yahoo dot com

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  • Cream, frequent changes, air and rinsing! Tedious repetition and prayers.

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  • I would change him frequently and use a rash creme.

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  • Shared on Twitter–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/254560347866951681

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  • I care for Diaper Rash, by letting little butts air dry after baths and making sure they’re fully dried before putting a new diaper on after a change.

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  • We use barrier creams and air dry in some cases if the rash is very bad.

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  • After bathtime, i let my son play naked for about 20 minutes to ensure that he is fully dried, I change diapers quickly and don’t feed him high acidic foods!

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  • My son is very sensitive so I always let him air out between diaper changes which makes a huge difference and I apply an ample amount of diaper cream at every diaper change for prevention and treatment.

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  • I care for diaper rash by changing my grandson’s diaper a lot more often, dry the area off, and apply a form of diaper rash cream.

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