Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Boudreaux's Butt Paste: Makes baby laugh when his butt feels better; makes mommy laugh when she says it.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boudreaux's Butt Paste. All opinions are 100% mine.

Even though my son was very large for being born early, he still faced a lot of the typical "preemie" issues, like a very sensitive stomach and skin, and, along with that, some very bad bouts of diaper rash.

Along with addressing his digestive issues, we tried a variety of diaper creams, even medicated ointments, to try to treat his diaper rash.  Finally, with a prescription treatment, we were able to ease his Along with addressing his digestive issues, we tried a variety of diaper creams, even medicated ointments, to try to treat his diaper rash.  Finally, with a prescription treatment, we were able to ease his pain to a degree, though his poor little behind still often stayed raw.

So I was very surprised to hear my younger sister talking about her success in using Boudreaux's Butt Paste on my baby niece.  Now, my sister speaks somewhat more colloquially than myself, and at first, I thought she was just using some sort of redneck slang for diaper cream.  Then she explained to me that Butt Paste is, indeed, a real product, and a very effective one, at that.

At first, I just couldn't get over the name.  Who would call their product "butt paste"?  It sounds like a fraternity initiatiation dare.  "Hey, go tell that hot mom over there you want her to buy a tube of your 'butt paste'.  Do you want to be a Delta Sigma Gamma?  Go sell some butt paste, bra!"

You would have to be either crazy, or really confident about your product, to call it something so ridiculous.  But the stuff works.  The evidence is certainly there to back it up.  In addition to all the positive word-of-mouth I've gotten from other moms, I've also found out that it's pediatrician-recommended, and was even formulated by a pharmacist You would have to be either crazy, or really confident about your product, to call it something so ridiculous.  But the stuff works.  The evidence is certainly there to back it up.  In addition to all the positive word-of-mouth I've gotten from other moms, I've also found out that it's pediatrician-recommended, and was even formulated by a pharmacist under direction of a respected pediatrician.

And unlike the nasty, sticky tubes of medicated ointment we received by prescription, Boudreaux Butt Paste is easy-on, easy-off, and comes in tubes with a flip-top cap.  It also smells a lot better, as opposed to my son's prescription ointment, which smelled a bit like motor oil.

It may be a bit too late for me to join in the Butt Paste-revolution with my toddler.  (And if you visit their website, you can try it out for free, right now.)  However, should the need present itself, I will definitely be using this product for any future kids' diaper rashes.

If only so I can see a cashier's face when I ask him where they keep their butt paste.

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