Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Product Review & Giveaway: Diaper Goop

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The winner is clenna (at) aol (dot) com.
Congratulations!

It doesn't matter how often I change Baby Bug's diaper, she will still end up with diaper rash.

Since she's been born, we've had to make sure we kept a large supply of Desitin on hand just in case. It's always worked great! However, I'm always willing to try new things so when the opportunity came up to test out Diaper Goop courtesy of the Parent Bloggers Network, I jumped at the chance.


Description from the website:
DIAPER GOOP® is a product developed for use on Diaper Rashes on children and adults. It contains Lanolin and other Natural Ingredients that not only help prevent dipaer rash but also naturally and quickly assits in the healing of irritated skin. Diaper Goop is available without a prescription.
What we've found is that it really does work in treating and preventing diaper rash. It wasn't an overnight solution but Baby Bug's diaper rash was gone within a couple of days. The only thing I would suggest is that they package the product in a tube instead of a jar. I think it would be a little more convenient and the creme wouldn't get under my nails.

Other than that, we loved it!

Would you like to try it out for yourself? I'm giving away 3 2-oz jars to one lucky winner. To enter, just leave a comment below before April 14th saying how you prevent/treat diaper rash. That's it! A random winner will be selected and notified on April 15th.

To earn extra entries, just subscribe to my feed and/or mention this giveaway on your blog. Please let me know if you're doing the extra credit so I can make sure you're entered properly. Also, don't forget to leave a way to contact you in case you win.

This giveaway is open to US addresses only. Good luck!

88 comments:

Shelly said...

First! I usually use Desitin or all-natural PawPaw ointment from Australia

gunzie said...

I use the Mustela diaper rash cream and my little girl sits around without a diaper too. I would love to try this cream so bad as I heard a lot of good things about it!!! I also subscribed to your feed. Thanks for the great give away!

Feener said...

i want it --- i want it.

Feener said...

whoops i forgot this part. i use corn starch followed by butt paste or desitin, a nice pasty formula cures it. i am linking to your site by putting it as a must read.

Anonymous said...

Diaper rash - we try everything. Gold Bond powder, rash creams, even prescription creams. Nothing works.
Please pick me!
clenna@aol.com

Lucy said...

Have you tried cloth diapers? I hear there are much fewer diaper rashes with cloth. We are planning on using cloth on our little one due in June.

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Sarah said...

I usually use A & D ointment or Lansinoh. I have found that Lansinoh works super when the little bum is really sore. It is so sad when they have such a sore bum!

Thanks for the chance to win! I am subscribed to your feed. I love your blog! :)

Don and Lisa Osborn said...

I have had great luck with Aquaphor...Luckily, my daughter hasn't had too many bad rashes despite the warm, humid climate which is a perfect breeding ground.

Thanks for the dish on the goop!

anne s. said...

i use desitin -it has worked well for me...
annjsav at gmail dot com

louiseb130 said...

We try to keep her as dry as possible

Carrie said...

We usually use butt paste, however on some open rashes (that bled) I have used antibiotic cream.

Carrie
mountainrailway at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

Wow!!

jenny said...

now where talking goop i would love to give this a try to see if its better then what i use thanks

Margaret said...

Corn starch.

Cathi said...

Hi Kailani,
I don't need to be in on the giveaway however, way back when my kids were in diapers...I know, this is ancient history...I used cloth diapers. Disposable ones gave them a rash if used for more than a day. I only used disposable if we were going to be away from home overnight.
Gross huh??
Do people even know what a cloth diaper is anymore?

Blessed said...

The only thing that works for us is Dr. Smith's and it is expensive - I would love to try this stuff!

Melissa C said...

I make my own paste of honey and extra virgin olive oil.

Andrea said...

We haven't had a lot of diaper rash since we switched to cloth, but we used destin.. my mom swears by A&D ointment. Right now we're using the Aveeno stuff! It works great!

reb said...

a&d ointment is what i always use.

Linda W said...

I use Desitin some and cornstarch and always cloth diapers except for nights and away from home times! frogz60@hotmail.com

Raquel said...

I always check to see if my daughter has a dry diaper to prevent any diaper rashes. If she has any diaper rashes I let her air it out and apply butt paste that always seems to work :-)

Raquel said...

I always check to see if my daughter has a dry diaper to prevent any diaper rashes. If she has any diaper rashes I let her air it out and apply butt paste that always seems to work :-)

bison61 said...

I use Desitin and cloth diapers

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Amira M said...

"butt paste" works!

JaniceJ said...

My daughter uses Desitin on my granddaughter, it works pretty good, but this diaper goop sounds good!!

Erica G said...

I have heard of Desitin or switching to cloth diapers.

Cassondra said...

I use Johnson's No More Rash cream. It works great and the rash is cleared up in a day or two. I've also used A & D diaper rash ointment.

Cassondra said...
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Cassondra said...

I use Johnson's No More Rash cream. It works great and the rash is cleared up in a day or two. I've also used A & D diaper rash ointment.

Cassondra said...

I use Johnson's No More Rash cream. It works great and the rash is cleared up in a day or two. I've also used A & D diaper rash ointment.

lisacna said...

I let him go diaper free as much as possible when he has a rash,,and use butt paste. Works great

Meredith said...

I used to use straight cod liver oil. Ick! It sure did stink. It worked though.

Shannon said...

Keep her dry and if necessary, Desitin.

mverno said...

desitin is a godsend for babies

agordon10 said...

we use desitin, but we're game for something new

alyssasmommy2007 said...

I try to let my daugther "air out" before I put a diaper back on her and if she is starting to get red or a rash I use desitin

chickeedee_2002 at yahoo dot com

Marissa said...

We're an old school family, so we are using cloth diapers and a homemade mix with corn starch in it to dust baby's bottom to prevent it from getting a rash.
Thanks!
Marissa :)
md-sweeps (at) hotmail (d0t) com

strawberry3d said...

to prevent diaper rash you should always stay dry and clean.

Robert said...

We use A & D ointment and it works for us.

Suzie G. said...

We used A&D for those few occasions when my daughter got a rash. When she got a wicked diaper rash last month from being sick, it didn't seem to be helping so I tried the Lansinoh Lanolin ointment that I had just bought for nursing my son. The rash looked a lot better the next morning. I think it was the Lanolin that helped.

Kari said...

When I used cloth, my kids never got a rash. However, the few times I did use disposables and they got red, I'd let them run around nekkid for a bit :)

Tammy said...

We used the trusted German brand Penaten on our baby's bottom. It has been used in my family for decades.

sweetsue said...

My oldest son always had such a bad diaper rash. The only thing that helped was cloth diaper changed often.

Miranda23 said...

We used to use baby powder to help prevent rashes for my little one.

Karen F said...

We've been using corn starch for 3 generations in our family. But my son has a new baby on the way and he is not real big on my home remedies, so I know he'd love to try an actual product for his child.
ksharp27 at gmail dot com

mogrill said...

I have always used Desitin! I love it and it works great.

bfox74 said...

It's been so long ago but the only sure fire way I remember is to potty train the baby!

~Tina~ said...

We normally use pure Zinc Oxide to treat diaper rash. If it's really bad we mix Zinc Oxide and A&D making our own goop. Sure would be nice ot have it already premade!!!

MimiJ06 said...

When my babies were small, we used some kind of lanolin based cream that was used for animals, but it worked!!

Tara Hill said...

We use desitin on him when we see a little red...and always change him often. Thanks

bucbratt at hotmail dot com

angelaandconnor at gmail.com said...

Connor gets awful butt rashes too at almost no notice.. the only thing ive found that helps is resalin (however you spell it) but its insainely expensive and its really only good once the rash has started and this child can wake up rash free and by afternoon have a butt bleeding rash.. he so has my skin!

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Michelle B. said...

I usually use Desitin although with a couple of my babies I had to use butt paste

Natalie said...

We've tried so many things and are still looking for the perfect solution. A&D has worked best so far. But I'd love to try something new.

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Anonymous said...

Change frequently and keep the area wiped clean and creamed!I use Desitin!

littlelatina
edq143 at yahoo dot com

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Good luck.

Timster said...

I usually use Desitin.

Chiara said...

We've used Desitin(sometimes works), Triple Butt Paste (expensive and so strong the butt seems to become dependent on it) and our latest is Boudreaux's butt paste, which seems to work. Would love to try the Goop
chiarascari@gmail.com

dolls123 said...

corn starch

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Anonymous said...

I use Desitin and sometimes corn starch...but I love to try something new.

stephanie_adkins@yahoo.com

mom2boys said...

I use A&D and it works most of the time. I would love to try something new. Thanks for the chance!

Sarah S said...

I use Triple Paste and swear by it!

Debbie Criss said...

What a cute name. Would love to win.
thank you

bassethoundmom said...

Let the baby air out for a few minutes a day :)

Alicia said...

I really try to dry the baby out well, and then some desitin. Thanks for the giveaway!

chrissycrue said...

I change my baby's diapers frequently and use corn starch to keep her dry.

PrincessLiz said...

We use Arbonne diaper rash cream.

ladypawnbroker said...

Butt paste always worked really well, but good old Johnsons powder worked good too.

klp1965 said...

desitin works great :)

corrie71 said...

Just a thin coat of Desitin.

sachidewey said...

The best way to prevent diaper rash is to give your baby bare butt time.

Susan W said...

I just try and keep her changed when I first notice she is wet. Doing this I have never had a problem with diaper rash.
Thanks so much!

bethany said...

Frankly, I use whatever diaper rash cream is on sale :) Thankfully my son hardly ever gets diaper rashes!!

stampedwithgrace said...

we use Desitin or powder :)

jmahurin40 said...

I use Calmoseptine !

Brooke said...

We have a bigger problem with yeast infections. I try to give as much air time as possible for the bottom.

Anonymous said...

Desitn. Air time during naps. Cloth diapers until healed.

kinchst said...

I currently use bag balm for my sons diaper rash. I would love to try your Diaper Goop. Thanks!!

jennmalan said...

"butt paste" works really good for my son

Anonymous said...

I've always been a fan of Desitin Creamy. It goes on so easy.

maryjanyne said...

I used cloth

Anonymous said...

Very simply its a combination of the Johnson/Johnson Daper Creme and the talcum powder with cornstarch base. No problems clears up quicker than a "New York Minute". Best of luck to all who enter. Many Thanks !!! SW

Jenny said...

This is something I'd totally love to have for my son right now.

Anita said...

Desetin - plus, you can buy it at costco.

lilyk said...

I use Desitin. I subscribed to your feed.

bndraldy said...

I usually use A & D ointment,or Desitin and/or corn starch. I have not tried butt paste, but have considered it. Maybe Diaper Goop would be the answer to a prayer! Thanks for another great contest.

donna444444 said...

To get rid of a diaper rash, you need to let the air get to the area. I let him go without a diaper for awhile. That helps more than anything.

ashley said...

we usually use buttpaste or a nystatin/hydrocortisone/zinc mixture. our daughter has keratosis polaris, her skin is very sensitive.

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