Kicking Rash with Boudreaux’s Butt Paste {Giveaway}

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My little Lilah Rose is going to be celebrating her second birthday in just a few months and I suspect shortly after that we have the possibility of being a diaper free household.  Well at least with my girls that is.  Three to four days a week I have the pleasure of snuggling with my precious nephew while his mama and daddy are at work.  He’s almost five months old which means I’ve got lots more diaper changes coming my way.  One things for sure with the motherhood experience of four kiddos of my own I have definitely figured out what diaper rash creams work the best.  One of my absolute favorites is Boudreaux’s Butt Paste.

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The best way to treat diaper rash is by preventing it in the first place.  This is why pediatricians have always recommend parents use a diaper rash cream that leaves a thick barrier between the diaper and babies sensitive skin.  Boudreaux’s Butt Paste does just that which is why I recommend using it at every diaper change.

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It has been specially formulated to provide the thickest barrier of protection that forms immediately upon contact with your baby’s bottom.  Plus it goes on and cleans off easily.

 

Boudreaux’s Butt Paste is available in three targeted formulas all of which are free of harsh butt-irritating ingredients like Parabens, Preservatives, Dyes, Phthalates and Talc ingredients found in some diaper rash ointments.  The Original Formula and All Natural Formula are both perfect for preventing diaper rash and using at every diaper change.  Both contain 16% Zinc Oxide which treats skin irritations by creating a barrier to seal out wetness.  In addition the All Natural Formula also contains natural soothing and calming ingredients like Aloe Vera and beeswax to soothe skin.  Sometimes no matter what you do a diaper rash will sneak up on you and that’s when it’s time to pull out the Boudreaux’s Butt Paste Maximum Strength Formula which contains 40% Zinc Oxide for over two times the rash fighting power as the Original Formula.

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Ready to stock up on Boudreaux’s Butt Paste?  It can be purchased at most major retailers including Walmart, Target, and many more.  Check out the Boudreaux’s Butt Paste website to learn more and receive a coupon for up to $3 off!  Even if you don’t have a little one in diapers this is a fantastic baby shower gift.

GIVEAWAY

What:  A selection of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste products and a $25 Visa gift card.
How:  Simply comment below with your best tip for preventing or treating diaper rash.
This giveaway will end on September 18th at 12PM EST and a winner will be notified via e-mail.
Good luck!

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23 Responses to Kicking Rash with Boudreaux’s Butt Paste {Giveaway}

  1. Lisa Brown says:

    Change diapers often: keeping it as dry and clean as possible, prevents diaper rash.
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  2. mami2jcn says:

    We use barrier creams to try to prevent diaper rash.

  3. Beverly Bashore says:

    The best way for us to prevent diaper rash is keeping the area as clean and dry as possible. Changing often and when changing let the area dry before putting on a new diaper. We’ve never tried Boudreaux’s Butt Paste products but would love too. Thanks for the chance! 🙂

  4. HS says:

    I use diaper creams and ointments act as a barrier to help.

  5. Stephanie Phelps says:

    If my children have a poop I use a wash rag that is wet to clean them after the wipes to get any left over residue from the poop and the wipes off them and it works!

  6. Ellie Wright says:

    We do frequent diaper changes and love Boudreauxs. I wish I had had it when my children were little. The only time my granddaughter has had a bad rash was while she was on antibiotics.

  7. Janet W. says:

    My best tip for preventing diaper rash is frequently changing your child’s diaper, and after a BM, wipe the area really well with a damp cloth.

  8. DEBIJOT says:

    Change diapers frequently and keep area dry as possible.

  9. Tiffany Schmidt says:

    We change quickly and often and air out!!

  10. Diane Sallans says:

    pretty basic – change diapers often, wipe the tushie, bath daily & at the first sign of redness use Butt paste!

  11. Amanda Alvarado says:

    Aside from using a diaper cream, frequent changes and wiping after every change – not just dirty diapers are my tips!

  12. Nicki J. says:

    We just change diapers frequently, and use diaper cream always at night. This has worked for us to prevent rashes!

  13. Susan says:

    Keeping the bottom dry is important!

  14. dianne hall says:

    I use ointment regularly just to prevent rashes.

  15. manda says:

    We use cloth diapers, which can help. I also let me little one air dry( 😉 ) after bath for while. I think this helps

  16. Elle says:

    My tip is to change the diaper often, don’t let it sit and to keep the area as dry as you can.

  17. Kenny says:

    Frequent changes and not tightening the diaper too tight really helps.

  18. Kelly D says:

    My tip for preventing diaper rash is to change the diaper frequently.

  19. Denise says:

    Using diaper cream a few times throughout the day

  20. Laurajj says:

    Oh I would have to say changing diapers more often really helps. If its really a messy one, we will hop into the tub right away!

  21. Caroline B says:

    To prevent diaper rash, I make sure his little bum is nice and dry and change the diapers often. Cloth diapering helps greatly as well!

  22. Dawn says:

    When we have to deal with diaper rash I keep it clean and dry and let some air get to it. My grandkids break out from cheap diapers.

  23. Elena says:

    my tip is to use diaper creams

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