Boogie Bottoms No-Rub Diaper Rash Pump Spray, 1.7 oz. (2-Pack)

SKU# 10196b

Boogie Bottoms No-Rub Diaper Rash Pump Spray, 1.7 oz. (2-Pack)

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SKU# 10196b
Boogie Bottoms No-Rub Diaper Rash Pump Spray, 1.7 oz. (2-Pack) is a creamy, soothing diaper rash cream designed to help treat and prevent diaper rash with no mess. It also seals out wetness to protect sensitive or chafed skin.
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Boogie Bottoms No-Rub Diaper Rash Pump Spray, 1.7 oz. (2-Pack) is a creamy, soothing diaper rash cream designed to help treat and prevent diaper rash with no mess. It also seals out wetness to protect sensitive or chafed skin. Take your health to the next level with FSA eligible Bundles.

Features:

  • Professional-grade, soothing diaper rash cream in a spray form
  • Recommended by pediatricians
  • Zinc oxide touchless spray provides a therapeutic effect and forms a protective barrier to seal out wetness, help maintain skin's moisture balance, protect sensitive or chafed skin, and speed healing
  • Its touch-free application is easy-to-use with one hand and stays where it’s sprayed without running or caking
  • Over 200 sprays per bottle and yields less waste than traditional tube or jarred diaper rash creams

Includes:

  • 2-Pack - Boogie Bottoms No-Rub Diaper Rash Pump Spray, 1.7 oz.

Concentrated 25% Microfine Zinc Oxide,  20% Dimethicone

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