All diaper rash creams are not created equal--can I get an AMEN!? :) If you are a cloth diapering mama like me, you know that the number one rule of butt creams and cloth diapers is to NOT use your typical store brand. You need to purchase cloth diaper safe creams--or else!
Truly, I actually had a nightmare a few nights ago that I dropped my daughter off at the church's nursery (which, I never do!) and they, trying to be helpful, loaded her butt up with Desitin--in her cloth diaper. Yes, it was a true nightmare! I made a mental note to myself that whenever I do start to put her in the nursery, that I write out instructions on using her diapers!
Earthly Remedies by Erin has a line of Baby Butt Cream/Balm that is cloth diaper safe, AND works great! The Baby's Butt Balm comes in a container that is just like a Chapstick tub. That means you can rub it all over baby's butt without having to get the balm all over your hands.
Maybe it was the fact that the balm looked like Chapstick, maybe it was that I had dry lips. I don't know, but I decided before I used it on my baby's butt, to use some of the Baby's Butt Cream on my dry lips. I figured, if it's good for red chapped butts, it will work on the lips too. And, you know what--it did! It made them nice and smooth and was very soothing. Call me crazy, but I always seem to have dry, chapped lips and I'm constantly looking for something better to help them. So, if you've got this same problem, try the Baby's Butt Cream! Really!
Baby's Butt Cream and Baby's Butt Balm. Whether you cloth diaper or not, it works great on my daughter's behind and keeps her red-free! Check out Earthly Remedies by Erin today! Don't forget to search for her on Facebook too!
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*I was not paid for this review. I only give my honest opinion. Thanks to the company for the complimentary review and giveaway items.*