As a mom of three, I’ve experienced my fair share of diaper rashes. While I usually make my own homemade concoction at the onset of a rash, sometimes it just doesn’t fully knock out the redness and bumps as quick as I’d like. (Because, let’s face it, a fussy baby makes for an entirely unhappy fam jam.)
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That’s when I turn to Boudreaux’s!
Their Original and Maximum Strength Butt Pastes are just what I need to get the job done and put a happy face back on my sweet babe! The best part?! You can get BOTH pastes in Boudreaux’s Rash Kicking Kit with their parent-loved Butt Brush! This thing is my all-time fav!
Not only are their tried and true products free of dyes, preservatives, parabens, and talc but, they also have a Natural Butt Paste that is full of natural ingredients and aloe!
Don’t know which product from the kit is best for your baby’s toosh? Check out THIS awesome chart on Diaper 101. It gives all the details you need when cleaning and protecting against diaper rash and how to treat symptoms at the onset!
Are you a new mom who’s experiencing diaper rash for the very first time? Or are you an expecting mom who’s currently wishing there was a Parenting 101 book for things like diaper rash? Don’t be freaked out! It’s totally normal!
There are roughly 3 million cases of diaper rash per year in the U.S.! It should be no surprise that your babeâ€™s butt could look perfectly fineÂ before bed and thenâ€”BOOM!â€”red, swollen tooshie the next morning.
Sometimes, diaper rash just can’t be prevented and that’s OKAY!
Check out the many potential causes of diaper rash:
- Friction against diapers or tight clothing can cause chaffing
- A wet diaper that’s been on for a little past it’s expiration date
- Introducing solid foods to baby’s diet
- Certain foods that are eaten by a breast-feeding mama
- Taking antibiotics
- Baby’s who have sensitive skin and/or Eczema are more prone to diaper rash
- Introducing a new product such as soap, diapers, wipes, detergent or fabric softeners
With proper use of Boudreauxâ€™s, diaper rash symptoms can disappear like magic (no matter the onset reason!) and your baby will be back to his normal self in no time!