Protect Your Baby Butz From Redness and Rashes

Disclosure: I received the following product for review purposes.

babybutzcream.jpgWe’ve been very lucky with Em. She has very rarely ever had a diaper rash. When she does it usually due to a loose number 2 diaper. The problem lies in the fact that she never tells us about until we’ve gotten a real good whiff of it. Like the other day in the middle of food shopping. Yeah, that wasn’t fun. 20140227-204511.jpg

Baby Butz cream is made to relieve and prevent diaper rashes. It is packaged in a convenient 2 oz tub and has a security sticker seal on its side, but it isn’t tamper proof. I’d prefer to see it a plastic seal on the inside or a tamper proof seal on the outside. The expiration date is clearly displayed in big text right on the bottom of the tub.


The cream was nice and thick but not so much so that you wouldn’t be able to wipe it off. I used the cream on Em as soon as we got home. For obvious reasons I didn’t take pictures. By the next diaper change I noticed the redness had disappeared, but not the product. It was still there, protecting her skin as it claims to help seal out wetness. It hadn’t been simply absorbed by her skin or rubbed off onto the diaper. That was a big plus. 20140227-204543.jpg

I even used it on Preemie’s skin. Not just on her butt but also under her arms and around her neck and in any creases/folds I could find that looked irritated. It really worked to get rid of the redness and keep it from coming back.


The manufacturer of Baby Butz says that the cream will make a mild case of diaper rash clear up in less than 6 hours or by the next diaper change. Severe rashes will heal in 24 hours or less! It is the only product that has passed the stringent requirements to be approved as a Natural Health Product in Canada and its FDA registered. Your satisfaction is guaranteed or you get your money back!

Baby Butz cream is made with 100% natural ingredients. Active Ingredients: Zinc Oxide 30% which acts as a skin protectant and Inactive Ingredients: Corn Starch, Lanolin and Petrolatum. It contains no alcohol, perfume, or chemicals and is Paraben and Gluten free.

  • Zinc Oxide
    Accelerates healing of skin, as well as containing powerful antioxidant properties and being an important factor in immune system response
  • Lanolin
    Extracted from the wool of sheep, it helps skin to retain moisture and prevents it from drying out, while allowing skin to breath naturally
  • Petrolatum
    Also known as petroleum jelly, it adds lubricity and moisture resistance to lotions, creams, ointments and hand cleaners
  • Starch
    Separated from mature grains of corn, used externally as a filler in ointments

Since I received it directly from the manufacturer I felt safe in knowing it hadn’t been used by anyone. I likely would not have purchased it in a retail store, but only because of the lack of a real security seal on the product. You can buy directly from the manufacturer by visiting them here. Even though you can clearly see to the left it had not been touched, I am iffy like that when it comes to certain products. I hope that they will consider using a more tamper proof seal.

Aside from this same very fixable issue, I loved the cream itself. I will continue using it for both girls. I recommend you check it out for yourself. It has worked better than other diaper rash creams we have used in the past. Check out this very interesting diaper rash cream comparison chart to learn more about what is being put on your baby’s butt.

You can find Baby Butz on Facebook and Twitter.

Which diaper rash cream are you using? Are you happy with it? Let me know.

Disclosure: Mama’s Mission received the product mentioned above for free using for review purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. All opinions are honest, true and 100% my own. I will never allow any outside influences, including free products, to affect my opinion. Mama’s Mission was not compensated for this post. The disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

Mama E

Multitasking mama to 3 living in Miami. Blogging about parenting, lifestyle, cooking and traveling. Covering everything from diapers to dorm rooms. Ask me anything, I've done it all.

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