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Since the little prince was born we have been dealing with his sensitive skin constantly getting a rash, using many different types of ointments and cream we hadn’t found one that quite worked for our son. We have easily tried between 5 to 10 different products with each of them falling short. Now that he is 2 and we have started potty training diaper rashes are a lot less frequent but, they still happen. A few weeks ago little man got sick and along with that came that dreaded diaper rash. Perfect time to try out Dr. Smith’s Diaper Rash Ointment. I hated seeing the pain in my sons eyes when the other creams took days to work, Dr. Smith’s unlike other diaper rash ointments seemed like it worked instantly to our amazement. Dr. Smith’s diaper rash ointment has a nice consistency. It’s not too thin or thick. Some other diaper rash creams I have used have an almost paste like consistency. I would say Dr. Smith’s is more like a thick body lotion. What I also love about Dr. Smith’s is the smell…or lack of! There are so many other diaper rash creams out there that have a very strong scent. I love that Dr. Smith’s is odorless. Dr. Smith’s applied easily to little man’s bottom and was easy off mama’s hands. Lots of mom’s and dad’s out there are now using cloth diapers. You can even use Dr. Smith’s with cloth diapers!
I love Dr. Smith’s, just wish I had found this product sooner, like when my son was an infant. I had not seen Dr. Smith’s in my local drug store, if I had this product would of been used long ago. Fortunately, distribution of Dr. Smith’s has grown greatly, with over 10,000 new locations added. Dr Smith’s is now available in all Walgreens stores throughout the US and on Walgreens website. It will also be available in Kroger and some Walmarts. There will be increased regional availability as well, including Albertson’s, H-E-B, Publix, Harris Teeter, Ingles, Schnucks and many more. The ointment can also be purchased online from Amazon and Drugstore.com.