Exactly 7 years ago, I was eagerly awaiting my 1st to be born. My sister in law gave me a few “essentials” to get ready for the big day and one of them was Boudreaux Butt Paste. The name made me laugh. Little did I know this butt paste was “no joke” and we’d be using it on our baby in no time. My sister in law had 3 babies of her own and knew what I needed to have on hand.
7 years and “4 behinds” later, we are still using Boudreaux Butt Paste. It’s been around since 1978 and was created by a pharmacist. It helps on contact and really does the trick for diaper rash. This year, there’s a new Butt Paste in town: the new Maximum Strength Butt Paste Jar. I wish I had this jar over the past few years. It features a flip top which is key when your hands are covered in paste and there’s a wiggly baby on the changing table.
Boudreaux’s Butt Paste Maximum Strength is a fast-acting and a safe solution. It’s made with 40% Zinc Oxide which is two times the power of their original formula. My pediatrician told me years ago: when looking for a good diaper rash cream, you want a high amount of zinc oxide. So there’s a lot of the “good stuff” but none of the bad stuff. Boudreaux Butt Paste is free of dyes, paragons, preservatives, phthalates and talc.
Personalized “1” shirt from Etsy shop Teeny Tots Studio
Keep those baby bottoms feeling good with Butt Paste!
For details on a neat event Momtrends hosted to celebrate the launch of the new Putt Paste, check out this post: MAXIMUM-STRENGTH MAMAS CELEBRATE #BUTTPASTEBOOTY