Almost all babies get diaper rash at some point. Diaper rash mostly affects babies between the ages of 4 and 15 months. Basically anything that irritates your baby’s skin or alters the protective layer of his skin can cause a diaper rash. Why make your baby suffer more by using creams that contain toxic chemicals and alcohol when Baby Butz diaper cream will stop the pain?
Baby Butz is a mom-founded company, created by mother Majda Fick who saw a need for a diaper rash cream that was clear of perfumes, chemicals and toxins.
Majda’ s eldest son, Demitri, was born with Cornelia de Lange syndrome, a rare development disorder. He has spent his entire life in diapers, often suffering from severe diaper rash. Unable to find a cream without perfume, alcohol or other chemical ingredients found in commercial diaper rashes, Majda worked to formulate and license her own natural health product to sooth and heal his painful rashes. It was only at the request of Demitri’s doctor that Majda considered marketing the 100% natural cream for public use.
Baby Butz Cream is made in Canada without alcohol, perfumes or chemicals. Not only is Baby Butz all natural, Baby Butz is the only diaper cream in Canada stamped with the Health Canada Natural Health Product number. Because Baby Butz Cream is a topical skin treatment, a number of doctors and nurses have been using it to treat other skin conditions, including cold sores, acne, bed sores and eczema.
As a mom and grandmother I love that it is made from 100% natural ingredients. Baby Butz has has a thick, creamy consistency to it compared to other diaper rash creams. We found that you only need to apply sparingly. The cream also stays on for a long time. Though it works wonders at clearing up diaper rash we also use it on other parts of our granddaughter’s body.
When your baby begins cutting teeth, she may drool more, causing a rash on her chin, perhaps her cheeks and under her neck. Our four month old granddaughter had a terrible bumpy rash under her chin that continues to be irritated by drool, and milk. My husband applied some Baby Butz Cream to her neck in the morning and in the evening after her bath. This acted as a barrier against the irritation. The next morning her rash was gone.
Needless to say, I am definitely going to continue using Baby Butz Cream.