This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boudreaux's Butt Paste. All opinions are 100% mine.
You know working at a hospital you see some stuff. Stuff you will never be able to get out of your head for the rest of life. Stuff you can't believe happened. Stuff that looks really, really bad. Working in Pediatrics I have the fortunate or unfortunate pleasure of seeing some of this stuff. We had a transplant patient who had some fierce diaper rash. I mean to the point where it was even painful to touch the skin to try to clean it bad. We gave this mom prescriptions for everything we could think of in big tubs because this diaper rash lasted for WEEKS because she was also having diarrhea at the time too which didn't help the resolution process. Even one of the hematology nurses made up her own version of butt paste years ago which our pharmacy carries which did not help. I can't honestly say that we had her try Boudreaux's Butt Paste though. Or we did but with a combination of some other ingredients. It has been a while but I know I'll have this in the back of mind for the next child that has severe butt rash as we call it. Usually that doesn't come in our realm of treatment but you do what you have to do when it is presented to you at a clinic visit.
One good thing about Boudreaux's Butt Paste is that it was developed by a pharmacist with the help of a pediatrician. It includes 16% Zinc Oxide and Peruvian Balsam. Now not only does it treat diaper rash and soothe irritated skin but is a skin protectant as well. All the moms out there probably have used this in the past. If not and you would like to try it, please head over to get your free sample of Boudreaux's Butt Paste now.
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