Boudreaux’s Butt Paste: Review

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

When Lily was about 10 months old, she had a horrible ear infection.  The doctor put her on several different antibiotics to try and ease her pain.  Needless to say, she got one horrible case of diaper rash.  Believe it or not, up until this point, she really never developed a diaper rash so I was clueless of it’s treatment.  The pharmacist recommended that we try Boudreaux’s Butt Paste which is readily available here in the South.

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I had heard of this diaper cream, but had not tried it before.  Squeezing it out of the tube was sort of difficult because it is so thick.   This texture was just what Lily needed.  She was much easier to diaper after applying the cream and her rash healed in no time!  From that point on, I am a loyal customer and wouldn’t dream of trying another brand.  When my second daughter was born, I made sure we were stocked with plenty Boudreaux’s!  The butt paste, made of 16% Zinc oxide and Peruvian Balsam, is available in many different sizes for your convenience:  1oz, 2oz, 3oz and 4oz tubes, 16oz jar and single foil packs for on-the-go ease.

Want to try it for yourself?  Get a free sample!

Comments

  1. as a runner, I find myself chaffed on a not-so-uncommon occasion, his stuff is magic at solving that problem.

  2. deameheniaHal says:

    It’s really well done! Respect to author.

  3. deameheniaHal says:

    It’s really well done! Respect to author.

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