Diaper rash is kicking baby’s butt.
Get tough on rash
Our Pick: Boudreaux's Butt Paste® has 4 different formulas free from dyes, parabens, preservatives and talc.
You’re faced with a public poop-splosion.
Clean it up
You need to get baby cleaned up—STAT.
Hopefully you’ve packed a clean outfit as well as a waterproof “wet bag” to stash the soiled clothes. But how do you get baby undressed without getting No. 2 in their hair? Fun fact: Those little flaps on the shoulders of bodysuits are actually designed to be pulled down over baby’s torso (who knew?).
Treat it (and help prevent it) with a versatile diaper cream.
Disposable diapers are blowing your budget.
Save some $
Invest in cloth diapers.
Yes, there’s a bigger cost upfront, but with over 2+ years of diapering, cloth will save money in the long run. Plus, you can always cheat with disposables when you’re out of the house (or having a day where you just CAN’T). To make cloth diapers last, though, you’ll need a special petrolatum-free diaper cream, like Boudreaux’s Butt Paste With Natural Aloe, that won’t clog up the fabric fibers and ruin their absorbency.
Your “odor-locking” diaper pail is living a LIE.
Banish the stink
Put some odor-fighting power in that pail.
Keep baking soda near the pail and shake a little in the
bag every time you toss a diaper, or just sprinkle a bit at the bottom of a new bag. Still smelling funky? Spray the can down with a white vinegar solution when you take
out the trash (mix in a little essential oil for a scent boost). Need to break out the big guns? Put a deodorizing-activated charcoal sachet at the bottom of the pail.
Baby boy treats
your face like
It may sound obvious, but keep him covered.
Yeah, yeah, everyone has heard of the “pee pee teepee,” but honestly, a well-placed baby washcloth (or even a wipe in a pinch) works just as well. Want to encourage him to take a wee before you open the diaper? Some parents swear by swiping a cool baby wipe on his lower belly right before a change. Hey, it’s worth a shot.
Diaper cream ends up everywhere.
Keep it clean
Use a silicone Diaper Cream Brush Applicator.
This handy butt brush (yes, that’s a technical term) allows you to swipe it on, then wipe it off. DONE. Keep it suctioned on the changing table or on the top of a tub of diaper cream so it’s always within reach. Don’t forget one for the diaper bag too.
With Natural Aloe
Plant-based ingredients* and petrolatum-free
Hypo-allergenic and free from fragrances
improves moderate to intense rash
in 3 hours
Relieves slight to mild rash discomfort on contact
Accepted by the National Eczema Association
*Other ingredients may not be plant based. Plant based refers only to the source
of the listed ingredients and does not consider any processing of those ingredients.