This post is brought to you by Boudreaux’s Butt Paste and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.
My youngest is just shy of two and a half and has the energy of five kids. It’s crazy! He is my last and while I’m getting rid of a lot of baby items (insert sad AND happy face) there’s still a few items that we need even though he’s a toddler. One of those items is diaper rash cream. Yes, he still gets diaper rash and sometimes the older two need it as well.
Why would a toddler need diaper rash cream?
My youngest son wears overnight diapers and I would be lost without them. I’ve used overnights with all the kids to prevent leaking because they sleep heavily. Yes. I said it. My kids actually sleep at night. Besides being sick sometimes or the occasional bad dream, I have good sleepers.
Little C also drinks water at night. And by water I mean he has a full sippy cup in his bed at all times. Believe me when I say it’s easier than fighting with him. And it’s a safe middle from milk which he seems to ask for every single night. He’s very persistent.
This combination of heavy sleeping and drinking (yes I’m talking about my two-year old!) makes for wetting his diaper faster and longer exposure. I can put a dab of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste on his tush to help prevention. You know that old saying? ‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’? It’s one of my favorites. Butt Paste works quickly and starts healing on contact. It’s free of paraben-, preservative, and phthalates and has no artificial fragrances. After trying other cream that I didn’t care for I’ve used Butt Paste with all my children and would recommend it to new (and seasoned) parents after trying.
Original Butt Paste (for minor to moderate rash), Maxium Strength (for severe, stubborn rash), and All Natural (for minor to moderate rash and free of petrolatum) was developed by a pharmacist and father of four. He wanted to kick diaper rash fast without the harsh ingredients.
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