*Based on viscosity measurements of Boudreaux’s Original Butt Paste versus leading zinc oxide diaper rash cream and ointment brands.
*Based on viscosity measurements of Boudreaux’s Maximum Strength Butt Paste versus leading zinc oxide diaper rash cream and ointment brands.
Diaper Rash can occur in many varieties and babies’ reactions can be equally distinct. We’ve created a helpful way for you to gauge the severity of your baby’s diaper rash and find the best treatment options. Simply select a level on the Rash-O-Meter to get started.
Call the doctor if your baby experiences worrying or worsening symptoms. Learn more >.
MILD DIAPER RASH
A slight pink area is visible, though very slight.
Use a warm wet cloth or wipe to clean your baby’s skin. To help prevent worsening, try Boudreaux’s Original or Natural Butt Paste. A layer with every diaper change helps seal out moisture and keep the rash at bay.
MODERATE DIAPER RASH
Use a warm wet cloth to clean your baby’s skin. When dry, apply a layer of Original Boudreaux’s Butt Paste® or Natural Boudreaux’s Butt Paste® before clothing your baby in a fresh, clean diaper.
SEVERE DIAPER RASH
Make sure there are no open sores or what appear to be infected areas. Then, use a warm, wet cloth to gently clean your baby’s skin and apply a layer of Maximum Strength Boudreaux’s Butt Paste®.
3 Easy Steps to Prevent Diaper Rash