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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on November 15, 2010
My 7 week old suffered from a very persistent diaper rash for almost 3 weeks. I tried pretty much everything under the sun to rid him of this: Four different diaper brands, different diaper wipes, I tried using washcloths with water (plus/minus baby wash), different Zinc Oxide creams (Boudreaux's Butt Paste as well as "Penaten", which is my usual "go-to diaper rash miracle")- to no avail. Finally I saw Boudreaux's Rash Protector and decided to give that a try, though I didn't have much hope this would work. After using it for two days (a small amount with every diaper change), the rash was gone, and I a believer.

This product is actually intended to be used to prevent diaper rashes, obviously it can help treat them too... It has a very liquidy (though still somewhat oily) consistency (it reminds me a little of "Moroccan Oil"), and for first time users, I would recommend putting it on your finger and then applying to your baby's bottom - otherwise you tend to get too much on there. A little of this will go a long way...
The active ingredient is Dimethicone, a silicone based polymer, FDA approved as a skin protectant (I just checked: also a main ingredient in "Moroccan Oil", maybe hence the similar consistency). Other ingredients include Aloe Oil Extract, Caprilic Triglyceride, Mineral Oil, Peruvian Balsam Oil, Shea Liquid and Vit E.

In summary: After my usual go-to diaper treatments and changing of diapering products didn't work for my little one's diaper rash, I decided to try "Boudreaux's Rash Protector", sort of as a desperate measure. It worked. I've been using this as a preventative measure when I anticipate longer intervals between diaper changes (e.g. at night or when going on a trip) ever since, and my little one has not had another diaper rash since. I'm glad I found this !
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on August 25, 2012
Felt obligated to weigh in on this stuff, but will try to focus on some positives others haven't mentioned (though I echo all the positives). I've been using the rash protector off and on for about 6 months. GREAT to not get diaper cream on my hands. I find that I use this when there's no sign of any skin problems so I COULD skip cream altogether, but it'll be (or has been) a long time until the next change (last diaper change of the night, or right away in the morning). Sometimes, though, we still use the regular cream (if he has an actual rash or he just had a nasty blow out). :)

Some other handy uses:

-We sent a bottle to daycare. Each kid has their own diaper cream, labeled, for use for their diaper changes only. We were definitely the "parents of the month" when we brought this in because it is so much easier for them when they're changing several kiddos in a row.

-I always have a bottle in my diaper bag or when we're traveling. Putting diaper cream on when you're "on the go" and can't get to a real sink to wash right away is annoying. I have to wipe the excess cream off with a wipe and then I STILL feel it. When I use this, I can just use my hand sanitizer until I can get to a sink - much better and feels more sanitary since I don't have to touch his bottom.

One BIG TIP: We've probably purchased around 10 bottles at this point. Of those, probably two were "defective" in that when we would spray on baby's bottom, the liquid came out in a stream instead of a spray. If the bottle is working correctly, it should come out in a fine mist, and you can just quickly "zap" the bottom and be done. If you have one that comes out in a stream, the bottle won't last as long and it is much harder to use properly because of the volume that sprays out. Our local store stopped carrying this product - I'm guessing this might be one reason (lots of returns/exchanges?). Definitely an annoyance (and I'll be annoyed if I have to exchange online). The reason for my four stars. Still, totally worth it for the convenience factor. I still keep a tub of both A&D and Eucerin for when things get really rough, but this is an every day life saver for us.

For the person who used it and experienced a terrible burn rash - we haven't experience anything like that. If we did, I would probably freak out, too. That's the hard thing about online reviews...you just don't know which "camp" you'll be in. Although, lots of products work great for some but terribly for others. I'd say that this product is worth a shot. If it doesn't work out, Amazon's got a fabulous return policy!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 8, 2011
This is the best stuff that I have found for my daughter's protection against '[...]' irritation. If it would last longer and cost less it would be FIVE STARS, but it goes too quickly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on November 7, 2010
I breast feed my baby and as you all know breast fed children need to be changed constantly. I noticed after every change her bottom was starting to get red. I had the regular creame version and it was to messy, it gets all over my hands and in your finger nail (if they are long)so I bought this for product and it work wonders. It is simple and fast with no messy hands just spray and put on the diaper. I highly recommend this product I will be ordering alot more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 2, 2013
If you are like my husband and do not like to get lotion and diaper creams on your hands this is awesome stuff. It sprays on nicely and always makes my toddler giggle even in the midst of the worst diaper rashes. Most importantly though, it works well, and quickly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2013
This product is truly excellent. It is a mess free way to easily treat your little ones behind at every diaper change. It is a clear liquid that sprays directly on, and coats your little one's behind making it almost "non-stick".Another advantage to the spray on form is that you will no longer waste baby wipes cleaning your fingers after applying diaper cream. I used this product after every other product (desitin, A&D, classic boudreaux's, Dr. Smith's, plain vaseline, and an rx from the hospital nursery) wouldn't take care of my son's rash, and it cleared up within 2 days. I can't rave enough about this product, and my only complaint is that more stores should carry it. Babies r us is the only one I've found that carries it, and they are constantly sold out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 10, 2013
When my little one was a year old with the rotovirus and he could not be touched in the diaper area, this is the only thing that saved the bit of sanity we had left after he was admitted to the hospital. When the store stopped carrying it I ordered it here. I ALWAYS make sure there are at least 2 bottles of it in the house, it works for a lot more than diaper rash!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 1, 2013
This stuff does the trick, 99% of the time. Plus the big bonus is that it is a SPRAY! You don't have to get your fingers all goopy, etc. The teachers at the daycare love it too!
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on March 27, 2011
My 10 month old daughter has very sensitive skin. So much so, when I tried to save a few bucks on Pampers Sensitive by buying Huggies, she got the worst diaper rash. Her skin was broken and irritated and I felt so bad for her. I tried every diaper rash cream on the market, Triple Paste, Destin, etc.., coupled with Aquaphor. I even added Lotrimin per my pediatricians advise. Nothing seemed to work. I tried this out because I had a free sample stashed somewhere and it worked almost INSTANTLY! When she had the bad rash, I used Triple Paste, then Aquaphor then sprayed the entire thing with this to "seal it in". The next day I noticed a marked improvement and within 3 days, her rash had completely healed. The only complaint I have is that I wish they would make a bigger container because this doesn't last long. I primarily use it at night when I know she is going to be sleeping for a longer stretch. She hasn't had a diaper rash since. The stuff literally allows water to roll of the skin. I have even used it alone, without the cream when we are out and about as the cream tends to be very messy when traveling in the car. It is the best and I highly recommend giving it a try!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 6, 2013
I love this product! It works well on my wiggly toddler! He gets rashes often so I just spray this on to prevent as well as to treat! Great stuff.
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