This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boudreaux's Butt Paste. All opinions are 100% mine.

I really have no idea what this Boudreaux's Butt Paste was all about not until a cousin of mine from Ohio who had a baby as old as my youngest boy then, brought home a tube of this butt paste and shared it to me.
At first the thought of, ‘never mind I‘m using a local brand which work well for me, so why bother trying another, besides I’m doubly cautious not to set off any skin irritations or diaper rash since it would really make a baby cranky which in effect disrupt my work.’

But sometimes your means are tested. Angelo, my son of 6 months then was left in the  care of a nanny for 2 weeks, I need to rush my academic papers to meet my deadline. Towards the end of the first week, Angelo’s butt begun showing signs of irritation and started to become uneasy, so my cousin went to the rescue, she washed the baby’s butt clean and squeezed a generous amount and put it on the irritated part, it has pleasant, gentle smell, the rash did not disappear immediately though, but it sure has calmed the baby and eventually went dry and vanished.

There weren’t diaper rash incidence that occurred after that then. The tube was still almost untouched, but my husband experimented it since it worked well in a baby’s sensitive skin it might as well work for his razor burn, he sure was right, he used it all up instead and been asking my cousin in Ohio to insert some butt paste tube every time they sent a package home.

How can it not be effective when it was formulated especially for baby’s sensitive skin, with 16% Zinc Oxide and Peruvian Balsam that is responsible for speedy healing. It comes in convenient sizes of 1oz, 2oz, 3oz and 4oz tubes, 16oz jar.

Reliability of this product really showed as it was even featured in Peoples’ Magazine and has gotten time with Oprah’s Show and etc. And, if you want to try out the effectiveness of this product you can log on to their official website at to learn more about how to get a free sample.

It’s a bit pricey though, but I highly recommend this not only for mommies who have babies but just keep a tube in your medicine kit for skin inflammation emergency.

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  1. It does work ate, used butt paste a couple of times with my burritos (different brand nga lang heheh)..

  2. pretty well said te...mau pa dire kay busy si butt paste...ehehehe!

  3. swallow's nest in an edible gel form is supposed be good for the skin too. it gives that clear and pasty skin that we all love.

    it's mad expensive. my brother and i bought some for my mom for her birthday. it was like 400 bucks for like a 6-8 oz jar. Luckily we finally found the one of popular brand online ( and

    dad said it's really popular in indonesia. that a guy has to climb a high mountain to get the nest. that's why it's so expensive.

    i mean why doesn't the dude just look for the fabled korean swallow king, capture it and let it lay eggs full of gold! then, he wouldn't have to work so hard and climb them high mountains.


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