This homemade butt paste will help heal even the most severe diaper rash.
Parenting: Age 0-2 Infant / Baby
Parenting: Tips & Tricks
Butt paste Ingredients:
• Non creamy Desitin
Mix 1/2 cup Vaseline and half of the tube of Desitin. Add about 2 tablespoon cornstarch. Mix again. Add about 2 tablespoons of Maalox. Add more cornstarch or the other ingredients if necessary to bring the mixture to a more pasty consistency.
The result will be a white greasy paste that should be used at every diaper change until the rash is 90 % gone. Then switch to pure cornstarch. Cornstarch absorbs the moisture and will effectively eliminate the diaper rash.
Using Maalox in the mix will eliminate the red bleeding diaper rash and neutralize the acid that is causing that sensitive little baby butt to burn. The cornstarch will also do the same. This mix cuts a nasty diaper rash healing time.
Store in an airtight container so that the mix lasts a long time and will not dry out before your little one gets another bad rash. Don't forget to label the container so that it doesn't end up as a cracker spread by someone who thinks it might be a tasty treat.
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