A Day in the Life of a Diaper Rash {Giveaway Closed}

This post is sponsored by Boudreaux’s Butt Paste®,

the effective diaper rash cream that treats and prevents

diaper rash with every change.

Let’s kick some rash!

Mason is fighting his first diaper rash as I type this- he had the flu last week and along with vomiting he also had some {interesting} diapers that eventually did a number to his little buns- poor guy!

Lucky for Mason (and me!) Boudreaux’s sent me a diaper rash kit literally a week before his rash broke out, and with this fabulous cream on the nursery shelf, we were able to start combating this rash right away!

My opinion: I noticed a great difference in the redness of his buns after using it 1 time! And can I just say how happy I am to find a cream that doesn’t smell so terrible?! Some of those creams burn the inside of my nose and smell awful!!!

But let’s face it – no matter how sensitive or tough your baby’s skin is, diaper rash is an inevitable part of babyhood.

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The Best Way to Treat and Prevent Irritation is to Block the rash!

A diaper cream can act as a barrier between a rash and your baby’s skin.

View even more diaper-rash prevention and treatment strategies entry by “Liking” the Boudreaux’s Facebook page

Boudreaux’s has been helping moms treat and prevent diaper rash since 1978. The paste can be used with every diaper change to help avoid rashes from occurring, providing baby with comfort and mom with peace of mind.

 Want to give it a try???

One lucky reader will receive a prize pack of gift cards

to Target,  Babies ‘R Us & Wal-Mart (a $150 value!)

The winner is comment #20 Lindsay!

 Download and view the official contest rules HERE.

I can’t wait to see how you intend to kick some rash!

As part of the DailyBuzz Moms Featured Publisher Program, I received a stipend and a Boudreaux’s Butt Paste® Mom Toolkit in exchange for my participation in this program.


About Stephanie

Stephanie is the creator of Somewhat Simple. She is married to her her best friend and together they are raising 4 sweet kids who keep them busy, but make life fun! They are Orange County transplants who are now enjoying life in Phoenix, AZ. She enjoys traveling, shopping, organizing, and creating simple projects in her "spare time."


  1. iu always used desitin but i want to try this for the next round! Thanks for a super giveaway!

  2. Kristy S. says:

    I give my son lots of naked time to combat diaper rash! It can be dangerous indoors so he gets less naked time in bad weather, but if we’re hanging out in the backyard and he’s got even the hint of a rash starting, I whip off the clothes and let him run around in the buff. He loves it!

  3. I apply diaper rash cream as soon as I see some redness and so far this has prevented a major rash! (knock on wood)

  4. Harmony B says:

    We love Butt Paste it works , we are using right now poor little guy has the poops .. Butt Paste baby wash works well too

  5. Jan Messali says:

    My daughter got diaper rash frequently even though we changed her often. We found that certain foods were the culprit. I guess she was just extra sensitive to them. When we kept a food diary and cut down on these food items she did much better. Of course, diaper cream is a must as well.

  6. I use baby powder and baby wipes for sensitive skin. I like Boudreaux on Facebook as Elena Istomina.

    elena150980 at yahoo dot com

  7. Sarah Davis says:

    I prevent diaper rash by using pampers swaddlers and changing him as soon as I see a blue line. Sarah at realtorsd.com

  8. I always let baby air out after a change, and then either put on cream or powder them up with baby powder!

  9. Anne Lehnick says:

    I soothe a diaper rash by getting my daughter’s bottom clean (gently!) then patting it dry. We let it air out as much as possible before putting on a diaper. But when it’s time for a diaper, we use a moisture barrier cream to protect her rash from what she might do in that diaper. When she has a really bad rash, she seems to like to sit in a warm bath for a bit.

  10. I have worked in several day cares and seen many different products. When parents ask for a recommendation I recommend Butt Paste because it works better than anything I have seen!

  11. I am not sure WHAT my wife did, but our kids rarely had diaper rash, so she must have done it right! (Maybe she used Butt Paste?)

  12. Jessie C. says:

    DDs suffered diaper rash , in addition to change diapers more often, we used chamomile cream and also Boudreaux’s paste to help.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  13. Kathleen Conner says:

    Zinc cream is a godsend for babies–it can help stop a rash before it really takes hold

  14. Michelle Spayde says:

    We’ve always used Baking soda baths, and diaper cream.

  15. My daughter gets diaper rash a lot….I find that it helps to let her walk around the house naked to air everything out. I should try boudreaux’s.

  16. John Billiris says:

    We used zinc cream frequently, which means that Boudreaux’s Butt Paste would great, because of its high zinc content

  17. I let my daughter keep her diaper off as much as possible and use cream if needed.


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