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An Honest Review Of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste
A Tried and True Diaper Rash Ointment
As a first time mom with the twins I never knew what to use when they would get diaper rash. I tried all of the at-home remedies like having them soak in a tub of Dawn soap and using corn starch. It was messy and the twins were fussy and in pain. Nothing seemed to work on their cute little tushies. Naturally, I sought the advice of my other mom friends which wasn’t very many at the time because I was one of the youngest moms in my group of friends. I found myself studying every diaper rash ointment in the baby aisle at Target. This bright red tube with a cute cartooney baby caught my eye and I looked it over carefully. I just wanted something that got the job done and provided relief to my babies. I enjoyed the pleasant smell and was impressed with the texture. It didn’t slide off of the twin’s skin and stuck to the diaper. Boudreaux’s Butt Paste was my go-to diaper rash ointment from that day forward!
Fast forward eight years and my youngest was born. She was a solid breast milk baby and was fortunate enough to not have diaper rash issues. I had registered for Boudreaux’s Butt Paste and had a tube on hand in the event that I may need it but only used it a handful of times. It was still the great diaper rash ointment I had always relied on and could still count on it to heal my baby’s owie bottom. I had been very particular about this pregnancy and made sure I read the labels on everything before buying or giving it to my youngest. I was relieved to find that Boudreaux’s is still free from dyes, preservatives, talc, phthalates and parabens.
Why I Use Boudreaux’s On My Toddler…
Then, last February, we took a family outing to a new indoor trampoline park that had just opened up in our area. I had actually won family passes so we had a budget-friendly family outing. Even though we followed the rules and regulations strictly we were not prepared for what happened that day. Our little Lil received a buckle fracture of her tibia that afternoon because children six and under shouldn’t be playing on trampolines of any kind. Period. Their bones are just too soft still. You can read more about our experience here.
We were in the middle of potty training Lily and she was making great progress. Unfortunately the fracture resulted in Lily wearing a full leg cast for almost six weeks. She wasn’t able to walk for about a week and when she finally did she struggled and hobbled along. She couldn’t sit down on her little potty chair do go potty any longer because her leg was straight and couldn’t bend.
This unforeseen accident resulted in severe potty issues for Lily. She was a 22-month old toddler who was almost fully potty trained and now couldn’t sit down to relieve herself. The lack of running around and playing as her usual self resulted in severe constipation. She’d go days without a bowel movement and when she finally did go they were so hard and long that they cause Lily to tear a little bit. Her poor little bottom was so sore. It absolutely broke our hearts. But we knew we could rely on Boudreaux’s Butt Paste to provide Lily with the relief that she needed and to quickly heal her bottom.
Trusted and Loved!
Lily still has issues from time to time and I always whip out good ol’ Boudreaux’s Butt Paste! I am extremely thankful to Moms Meet and Boudreaux’s for sending us a generous supply of Boudreaux’s Maximum Strength Butt Paste in a tube and a tub as well as a tub of the Original Bourdreaux’s Butt Paste. Unfortunately, we were supposed to be sent the new Boudreaux’s Butt Paste Rash Kicking Kit and didn’t receive that so we were not able to sample and share our review of that specific kit. It was supposed to include the innovative Butt Brush, a mess-free silicone applicator that helps parent’s apply a thick and smooth amount of Butt Paste. Since I didn’t receive the new Rash Kicking Kit I looked it up on Amazon. It looks pretty nifty because it comes with two 2 oz. tubes of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste in Original and Maximum Strength along with the new Butt Brush. The Butt Brush looks pretty nifty so parents can keep their hands and fingers clean from mess. It appears to help apply the rash ointment nice and smoothly as well. The really cool thing about the Butt Brush is that is has a suction cup on the back of the applicator so you can stick it to nearly any surface and not worry about it falling or getting dirty. How innovative! I’m pretty bummed I wasn’t able to personally review it for you but you can find a video to the product on Amazon here. It retails for $14.99.