- Soothes and prevents diaper rash
- Moisturizes and nourishes baby’s sensitive skin
- Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth
- Does not contain petroleum or other ingredients which coat fibers and cause diapers to repel moisture and hold odors
Works great on my son’s eczema
I can’t speak for how this works as a diaper ointment, but it is the ONLY thing that has worked so far on my 9 mth old son’s eczema. It works great for that!
STAINED MY NEW DIAPERS 🙁
This stained my new bumgenius elemental diapers. I would not recommend to anyone. Coconut oil works just as good as doesn’t stain and is super cheap. Don’t buy!
awesome, effective, love it!
I love this stuff! We have a 2 month old son that uses thirsties covers with prefolds and the booty love has been a lifesaver! He has very sensitive skin and cannot use disposable wipes or diapers because they give him a painful rash. We switched to cloth when he was 2 weeks old and with the help of booty love his skin is healthy and comfortable again. We use it at every change! the scent is very mild and pleasant. a little bit goes a long way. this jar lasts about for a month or more with use at every change. it works well and is cloth diaper safe.
So far I haven’t had to use this much but when I do it seems to clear up the diaper rash really fast. I love that it doesn’t ruin my prefolds like A&D would.
I love it.. It is cloth diaper friendly and you use very little. It is one of two products that won’t give my little one a rash. Highly recommended.
Great Rash Cream
I’m a first-time mom so I was a bit ambitious wanting to use cloth diapers. I have them but haven’t started using them yet. Trying to get into a rhythm with motherhood first. My little one is still very “new.”I bought this cream after taking a cloth diaper class. This product was shown to the class as being one of the top creams chosen to use with cloth diapers. There’s not many creams out there recommended to use with cloth diapers. I read reviews and almost didn’t buy it but wanted to try something more natural than what the hospital recommended or what I found in most baby stores. I also wanted to try to use cloth diapers so I figured this would be a worthy investment to at least test out.I bought the Booty Love and started using it not too long after my little one came home. The hospital sent me home with Desitin samples and my pediatrician sent me home with Butt Paste. Good creams but I gravitated toward the Booty Love because I preferred the ingredients. To be honest, I didn’t think it would work well but I was delightfully surprised when his redness disappeared quickly. My mom was also surprised and wrote down the name to share with other friends that were struggling with diaper rashes after she spent a couple weeks with me using this treatment on my little guy.Out of curiosity, I tried Desitin and was disappointed. It was heavy and left a white mess all over. It did work but the Booty Love was gentler and I really liked the application. I also loved that my son smiled every time I rubbed it on.I’m sure there are other rash treatments out there that work well and some I haven’t tried but I’m really happy with this choice and will continue to use it. My little one has sensitive skin and Booty Love is gentle, relieves the irritation quickly, and has better ingredients then what I have been given to sample.Try it out. It’s worth the investment.
Definitely BOOTY LOVE!
My baby girl’s booty wouldn’t be the same without this stuff! It’s wonderful. I’ve tried lots of brands and this one works the best on my baby’s booty.