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As a first time mom I didn’t realize that a good diaper rash treatment is a must to have on hand at all times. I figured it was something I’d use once in a while, but I was so wrong! Luckily, we haven’t had any run ins with major diaper rash but we’ve had a few close calls. Diaper rash is such a common occurrence, especially in the first year, and that’s why a good product to relieve diaper rash is a must-have at all times.
Something I didn’t know before is that most diaper rash creams include zinc oxide. Zinc oxide can make the creams difficult to spread and remove which can lead to further irritation and a lot of frustration (for a parent and their baby). We’ve tried a handful of different creams that were such a pain to spread and remove, so much so that I had to let my daughter soak in the tub to remove a cream once! I almost lost hope that there was a product out there that would apply easily, work well, and be easy to remove! Then I learned about Dr. Mom Butt Balm!
When I tried Dr. Mom Butt Balm for the first time I was a bit skeptical because of all our prior trial and error, but I honestly fell in love with the formula. Dr. Mom Butt Balm is different from other diaper treatments because it goes on smoothly and it wipes away easily. The Dr. Mom Butt Balm formula includes spearmint oil which smells great and helps to soothe irritated skin.
I love using Dr. Mom Butt Balm on my daughter because it doesn’t sting or irritate her delicate skin, but rather helps her to feel more comfortable. I am partial to the smell too; spearmint is one of my favorite scents! I am also a big fan of the packaging. It’s a mess free tube that is easy to toss in the diaper bag and take on-the-go.
If you’re in the market for a gentle baby cream that’s free of preservatives and dyes, smells nice, is easy to apply and remove and soothes your babies skin then Dr. Mom Butt Balm is your product! Dr. Mom Butt Balm ensures that the only substances that come into contact with your baby’s skin are those that are beneficial or absolutely necessary.