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CJ’s BUTTer Rash Cream – Tube Format Review

CJ's BUTTer #clothdiapers safe rash cream from @UpOnThe_Hill via @chgdiapers

I purchased the pictured item myself. Post contains affiliate links. I’ve used CJ’s BUTTer in the past, and I now have a new favorite form…CJ’s in a tube!

CJ's BUTTer #clothdiapers safe rash cream from @UpOnThe_Hill via @chgdiapers 2 CJ's BUTTer #clothdiapers safe rash cream from @UpOnThe_Hill via @chgdiapers 3

It’s also my son’s favorite, if you can’t tell by the grubby handprints on the label. 😉 The 4 oz squeeze tubes retail for $9.50 each, and are available in a variety of all-natural EO scents, unscented and fragrance oils. Like the tub format, the CJ’s in a tube is great for boo boos, scrapes, dry skin, and diaper rash. It is “cloth safe” when used sparingly (use a liner to be on the safe side) and smells wonderful.

I find it easier and less messy to use than the tubs, but I do find it sometimes needs a little shake before opening when it’s particularly warm in the house, so a bit of oil doesn’t come out when I open it. A little goes a long way whether you choose the tube, tub, stick or spray formats!

Have you tried CJ’s? What’s your favorite format and scent?


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Maria Moser
Maria is the mother of 3, writing about cloth diapers & going green. You'll often find her juggling her toddler and typing 1-handed in between sips of cold coffee. Maria works with many companies within the cloth diaper industry and beyond, providing social media management, product development and other services.

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