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Babies don't come with instructions. So when you think yours has diaper rash, trust Boudreaux's to help you get back to happy cheeks. Use our resources below to identify, prevent and treat baby's diaper rash. Get ready to kick some rash®!

Three Easy Steps to Prevent Diaper Rash

1 Clean

Change any wet or soiled diapers early and often.

2 Dry

Dry baby thoroughly before putting on a new diaper. For best results air dry.

3 Protect

Use any Boudreaux's Butt Paste® ointment to seal out moisture and help keep baby's butt dry and free from rash.

Rash prevention

Identifying and Treating Diaper Rash

Diaper rash occurs in many varieties. When treating a rash, apply a thick coat of diaper rash ointment to the entire diaper area.

Mild Diaper Rash

Mild Diaper Rash

Faint pinkness in the diaper area and a few raised bumps
Apply Boudreaux's Original Butt Paste® or Boudreaux's Butt Paste® with Natural* Aloe

Moderate Diaper Rash

Moderate Diaper Rash

Definite pinkness in a large area and small areas of redness with scattered, raised bumps (papules).
Apply Boudreaux's Maximum Strength Butt Paste®

Moderate to Severe Diaper Rash

Moderate to Severe Diaper Rash

Intense redness, peeling, raised bumps (papules) and some fluid- containing bumps (pustules).
Contact your physician