The safest, most effective diaper rash treatment available without a prescription
Our zinc cream helps with baby’s eczema, skin problems and cures baby diaper rashes fast! Our simple but effective formula is unlike any other diaper rash creams on the market.
100% Natural, 100% Guaranteed.
What is Baby Butz cream?
Why is Baby Butz cream better than any other diaper rash cream?
- Heals diaper rashes in 4-6 hours!
- 100% Natural. Does not contain perfume, alcohol or chemicals
- Has a thick, creamy consistency that adheres to the skin to protect and heal
- Will immediately stop the pain
- Provides complete overnight protection, parents can sleep soundly knowing baby will not have diaper rash in the morning
- Applied at every diaper change guarantees that your child will never develop diaper rash
- Has passed the stringent requirements to be approved as a Natural Health Product
- Baby Butz diaper rash cream is used in hospital neonatal units
- Pediatricians recommend Baby Butz cream and provide samples to patients
- 100% Guaranteed
What is an NPN and Why is it Important?
The Natural Product Number (NPN) is an eight digit license number located on the product label. This number means the product has been assessed by Health Canada and deemed to be an all natural product that is safe, effective and of high quality.
Can I use Baby Butz cream on Cloth Diapers?
It is recommended that you use a disposable or reusable liner when you use any skin care product when you cloth diaper.Baby Butz diaper rash cream sticks to the skin so your baby has maximum protection and a small amount will stick to the diaper.
A liner provides a solution but if there is still a concern for the cloth diaper, an easy solution is to swap out to a disposable diaper until the rash has cleared.
How it began
My first child was born with a rare syndrome, Cornelia de Lange. Since his birth, he has been in diapers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week which has forced me to learn a lot about diaper rash.
I tried every diaper rash cream available, anything and everything that promised a “cure”, none were effective and not one came close to the product that was provided from the hospital pharmacy.