Baby Butz Cream

Baby Butz Cream Review & Giveaway

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If there is one thing about having a baby that I do not like, it is the constant annoyance of baby skin conditions. My daughter really struggled with Eczema and that is finally starting to go away. My two year old son has always been prone to diaper rashes and my newborn has cradle cap and face rashes. Ugg. Having children has sure caused me to do my research on sensitive skin and cures for skin problems! But, through my extensive research I have found so many helpful hints and products, I now feel adequate to handle just about anything. Diaper rashes tend to be the most bothersome issues for babies (from my experience) because they occur in sensitive areas and are often very painful if left untreated. I remember one time my son had a dirty diaper and for some odd reason, I didn't realize it. When I changed him, he had been in it for about an hour and had developed a mean rash. It was one of those moments as a mom when I just felt so terrible and like I had failed him as a mother. After treating the rash with my usual diaper rash cream, he was much happier. I hate those kinds of rashes!!!
Recently I came across a Canadian-based company that carries a fantastic diaper rash cream that I really was interested in. Baby Butz is a mom-founded company and was created because a mom saw a need for a diaper rash cream that was clear of perfumes, chemicals and toxins. Here is more of her beautiful story...

Baby Butz is truly a product that came about as a result of a mother's love. Oh, how I envy this little boy for having such a wonderful mom. I just love their story.
So, for this review I was sent several tubs of Baby Butz Cream to try on my children. The packaging is sooo cute for babies. That was what first caught my eye...I love the colors and the little turtle. This tub looks so great in my nursery.
Baby Butz Cream is 100% natural and 100% guaranteed. It really doesn't smell like anything at all, which is nice because I grew up around Desitin and that stuff stinks!! The ingredient list is: Zinc Oxide, Lanolin, Petrolatum, Starch. Pretty simple and totally natural! The texture of this cream is really different and something that I was not used to. It is VERY thick and dense which means you need very little. I tried out this cream on my son's bottom for several days and here is what I found. The cream stays on for a long time. I applied it at bedtime and even though his diaper was wet in the morning, his bottom was still dry and you could still see the cream. It kept him dry and comfortable, which I appreciated. Today, I did an experiment with Baby Butz as I heard that some have had it work on Eczema.
My 14 week old has had a mild rash on his face and it does not want to go away. So, I applied a very thin layer of Baby Butz Cream to it and by mid-afternoon, the redness was gone and tonight when I put him to bed, it was almost completely gone altogether! Sooo, I am really excited to use this again on him. Obviously, I was careful to not get it near his eyes and massaged it into his skin really well so there was little residue left.

Needless to say, I am definitely going to keep using Baby Butz Cream on my babies. I am also going to recommend it to other moms who have little ones. Diaper rashes are no fun and there is no need for babies and toddlers to suffer when there is a great product like this on the market. Baby Butz Cream can be purchased primarily in Canada, but can also be found in New York and also online directly from the company. Their largest tub costs $14.99 which is a GREAT deal and well worth it.
I have a large and small tub of Baby Butz Cream that I would like to give away to one of my readers! Don't worry, they are sealed and have never been used. :) Here are your entry options...

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Disclaimer: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I did receive free Baby Butz products for review purposes. All quotes and stock photos are from the Baby Butz website and email. Prize is being provided and shipped by myself. All thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.

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27 comments

  1. I'm expecting my first, so I haven't tried any yet. I know of the old standby, Desitin, and Bordreaux's Butt Paste. I'll be much better versed in this next year!

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  2. I currently use A&D ointment, works great but can get a little expensive

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  3. I love Baby Butz cream! My son would get rashes so bad that they would blister and bleed. We tried everything and A&D gave him a bit of relief but on the advice of another mom I bought some Baby Butz cream and he has not had a rash since! I also love that fact that it is chemical free. heatherg2002@yahoo.ca

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  4. I am currently using Bordreaux's Butt Paste.

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  5. We are going to start trying for a baby soon, but my sister uses plain coconut oil on my niece's behind & it works wonders!

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  6. We like to use Bordreaux's Butt Paste or whatever is on sale

    gohanxavier@yahoo.com

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  7. Happy future nonrinse cleanser works good too.

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  8. I still love Butt Cream, and of course sweet cheeks!

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  9. I use for my baby Desitin

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  10. We use Desitin, even as adults as it's great for heat rash. :)

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  11. i use Bordreaux's Butt Paste
    stracey2010@live.com

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  12. I use A&D oinment.

    stephanie_adkins@yahoo.com

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  13. I use A&D ointment

    stephanie_adkins@yahoo.com

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  14. we use desitin right now
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  15. i use either desitin or bordreaux's butt paste

    hollyngunter@gmail.com

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  16. My first baby is due next month, I haven't used any yet!

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  17. We use desitin on our 7 month old.

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  18. I am currently using Desitin.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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