Every new mom needs this cream in case their baby ever has diaper rash. Diaper rash is no laughing matter, it can lead very quickly to raw skin and worse. Olen Cosmetics has created *the* best solution to this dilemma with their Baby ButzCream. The safest and most effective diaper rash treatment available without a prescription. 100% natural ingredients and 30% zinc oxide. Used in hospital neonatal units and many pediatricians hand out samples plus medical professionals have endorsed this cream. No Chemicals, no Alcohol, no perfumes and hypoallergenic.


  • 2 and 4 oz available online now Olen
  • 8oz now available online and in most Target stores

Age range: birth+

MSRP: $19.95, 8oz.



Diaper rash is akin to a chemical burn.

Most babies will have a diaper rash at some point. Some babies have very sensitive skin and will be prone to getting rashes easily and quickly. Although the number of severe diaper rash cases have decreased over time, diaper rash is just as common now as it was 30 years ago.

When using Baby Butz cream, a mild case of diaper rash should clear up in less than 6 hours or by the next diaper change.  Severe rashes will heal in 24 hours or less!

It’s important to understand that diaper rashes are very common and do not indicate poor child care.



Diaper rash usually causes mild redness and scaling where the diaper touches your baby’s skin. In bad cases, the rash can cause pimples, blisters and other sores on your baby’s buttocks, thighs or gential area and may tend to get bloody. If the rash gets infected, it will become bright red and the skin may get swollen. Small red patches or spots may spread beyond the main part of the rash, even outside the diaper rash.



  • Babies skin is 30% thinner than that of an adult making it much more sensitive and some babies have ultra sensitive skin.
  • Most diaper rashes are caused by skin irritation. Irritation can occur from the ammonia from urine and/or bacteria from stool.
  • Rashes commonly develop overnight when baby is asleep.
  • Diarrhea
  • Teething
  • Acidic foods and drinks
  • Your baby’s skin can also be irritated by the soap used to wash cloth diapers, or by some brands of disposable diapers or baby wipes.
  • Heat, moisture and friction make it easier for diaper rash to start and for germs to grow. Diaper rash can also develop while the baby is on antibiotics (or if the mother is on antibiotics while breastfeeding.



  • Check your baby’s diaper often and change it as soon as it’s wet or soiled.
  • Carefully clean your baby’s bottom, use plain warm (not hot) water or unscented wipes.
  • Avoid baby wipes and soaps that are scented. The alcohol or fragrance can make skin irritation worse.
  • After bathing, pat your baby’s bottom dry with a towel rather than scrubbing it.
  • Scrubbing can irritate your baby’s sensitive skin.
  • If you use cloth diapers, after washing, use a warm vinegar rinse to kill germs and remove soap that could irritate your baby’s skin
  • Use Baby Butz cream to protect and heal your baby’s skin.
  • If diaper rash persists, and Baby Butz Cream cannot heal the skin, it may be a yeast infection, a visit to your doctor is recommended.


Other Uses for Baby Butz

  • Excellent for Eczema
  • Baby drool rash (from teething)
  • Bug bites…especially mosquito bites…it reduces the itching almost immediately…just a little dab on top of the bite
  • Poison Oak and Poison Ivy…kids or yourself walking in the bushes/ tall grasses…applying Baby Butz immediately soothes the itch and burn
  • Cold sores…apply a dab and in 2-3 days cold sore is dried up and gone
  • Itchy dry skin…a light layer and itchy is gone
  • Dry cracked hands and feet…apply a light layer before bedtime…put on cotton gloves/socks….overnight in the morning smooth soft hands and feet.
  • Heat rashes
  • Other types of skin rashes



  • No alcohol
  • No chemicals
  • No perfumes
  • No parabens
  • Gluten Free
  • No Animal Testing

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