This week, we have a very special product to offer you in our Weekly Giveaway. It’s not a cloth diaper, but it’s the answer to so many cloth diapering mama’s prayers.
CJs Butter Stick is a natural diapering ointment that will help with almost all of your baby’s diaper rash issues. CJs does have a special yeast formula, but with the ingredients being shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil,beeswax, cocoa butter, Vitamin E and colloidal oatmeal, this version will also help with yeast. While it’s not specifically formulated for yeast, coconut oil itself will go a very long way in fighting yeast. The Vitamin E and colloidal oatmeal will help ensure that amidst a yeast infection, a secondary bacterial infection cannot present itself. CJs Butter Stick will help heal any kind of rash, but is instrumental in irritation rashes and also helps fight bacterial and viral rashes with its wonderful ingredients.
And about those ingredients… this stick is specially formulated to be used on all of your cloth diapers: including the synthetic versions. The only time any issues arise, it has been when used with detergent that is normally not recommended for cloth anyway. Even then though a very hot wash will break up any build up.
But wait… there’s more! (And yes, I tried to sound like an infomercial to by funny, but only because there really is so much more to this Butter Stick than just diapers.)
CJs Butter Stick has many functions beyond just diaper rash control. It’s ingredients all also double at fighting eczema, rashes of any kind, rug burns, cuticle repair, dry skin, cold sores, bug bites and hang nails. You can even take a little and dab it into your naturally curly hair to eliminate damage and restore the “curl integrity.” You can even apply a small amount to a little one’s hair to make the ouchies of combing go away after a bath.
Speaking of baths, you can add a little dollop right to the bath water as a moisturizing, anti-inflammatory soak for postpartum soreness and hemorrhoids. And while I don’t support circumcisions because of the guilt I carry from the difficult circumcision experience with my son, for those of you determined to circumcise, this gentle antibacterial ointment would be a healthier barrier to use than just petroleum jelly that first week or two while it heals.
So, who wants to try one out? If this is your first giveaway with us, be sure to check out our rules here.