Do you have a baby or know someone who is about to have one? The following are a couple of great products to add to your baby-care supply items: Boudreaux’s Butt Paste and Baby Magic No-Rinse Wash. These are two products that would really come in handy to keep in baby’s diaper bag! They’d also make perfect baby shower gifts!
Boudreaux’s Butt Paste
Boudreaux’s Butt Paste is amazing stuff!! If you ever have a baby or toddler with diaper rash, try this! It’s a diaper rash ointment and skin protectant made with 40% zinc oxide. According to the package, it has “over 2x the rash fighting power.” The Boudreaux’s website says their Butt Paste can “visibly (improve) diaper rash in as little as 3 hours.”
I know moms that have used this and it does work wonders and it does so quickly! And, it’s free of dyes, talc, parabens and preservatives (as stated on website). Celebrities, such as Hilaria Baldwin and Kristin Cavallari, are known to be fans of Boudreaux’s Butt Paste. Go here to find where to purchase. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $9.49.
The other product I’d like to tell you about is Baby Magic No-Rinse Wash. This product is such a wonderful idea. Maybe they should make another one and call it Kid Magic and people could use it on all kids who don’t want to take a shower or bath. LOL! Anyways, back to the Baby Magic No-Rinse Wash. This would be a perfect product to keep on hand for when baby needs washing but you don’t have time or access to a tub for a full bath. Or, let’s say you’re out and about and baby has an accident. This No-Rinse Wash would be a lifesaver to help you get baby cleaned up.
Baby Magic No-Rinse Wash is hypoallergenic and tear/dye free. It comes in the Original Baby Scent, which makes baby smell so good! And, it’s foaming, which means a little can help a lot! You can go here to find a store near you to purchase Baby Magic No-Rinse Wash. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $5.48.
I am not a medical expert. The information in this post is not meant to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The information in this post is for general informational purposes only.