Because Diapering A Baby Is A Necessity
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste. All opinions are 100% mine.
As a grandmom of two, one of whom is still in diapers, I know quite a bit about changing diapers. As a new mom back in the 80s, I used cloth diapers (Surprise! They’re NOT a new invention!) that were always super soft from laundering in gentle detergent, Dreft, at the time. My girls seldom had diaper rash, but when they did, there were only one or two brands on the market at the time that I used.
If your child or grandchild does develop a diaper rash from teething, I’ve learned about an all new, all natural diaper rash ointment from Boudreaux’s Butt Paste.
Bourdreaux’s Butt Pasteis a diaper skin ointment comprised of a concentration of 16% zinc oxide, which offers natural skin protection.
Butt Paste goes and cleans easily if you get any on the changing pad or clothing. What’s nice is that it has a light and creamy, formula, and rubs in clear, as opposed to other diaper ointments.
As a grand-mom, I normally stick with the tried and true that I’m familiar with. I was pleasantly surprised at how Butt Paste doesn’t have a medicinal scent.
Unlike the “olden days” when I was a young mom, talc is no longer recommended when changing a baby. Unknown ingredients in talcum powders may cause undesirable irritation on the tender skin of a baby. It’s a good practice to always wash your hands and make sure you clean the baby’s genital areas well when changing diapers.
Diapering a baby is a necessity but to look at it as a daily chore would probably rob one of the magic between caregiver and child at changing time. It’s indeed a special bonding time for parent and child. The parent feels the intimate act of diapering is an exhibition of love and affection. To a child, diaper changing time brings love, reassurance and security.
To try a free sample for your little one, visit Boudreaux’s Butt Paste
photo credit: Joe Shlabotnik