Update: 5 months later, still using this during diaper changes and love it. My son never gets diaper rash. Love it.
I’ve purchased this product for full price twice now. I had been considering it for a while, but the freeby reviews (and price) threw me off as well. But when my 5 month old had to go on antibiotics due to ear infections, I figured it was worth giving a try (he was pooping constantly, so afraid he would get a bad diaper rash). It really does seem to work. He’s never gotten terrible diaper rash, fortunately, but has at times been very red with a bit of open skin that bled slightly when wiped – I tried to fix this with breastmilk (I’ve gotten a bit crunchy since having a baby – “breastmilk, the cure for everything!”), coconut oil (“coconut oil, the cure for everything!”), topped off with Burt’s Bees diaper cream, which held it at bay but was a bit cumbersome and if not done consistently at every diaper change, the rash would return. Since using BabyBiotics, he’s pretty much been all clear (only some slight redness – and it really is slight – and only occasionally – could be due to a switch in wipe brand, etc.). Also, he had some scaly skin in folds between his legs (where the diaper rubs/moisture could accumulate) and since using BabyBiotics, that has cleared up as well. This stuff really seems to work. We’ve been using it for about a month and a half and plan to continue to purchase it. I do use it pretty liberally for every diaper change but it seems to last a while. Only 2 complaints – the last half ounce of so is kind of tough to spray out since the tube doesn’t extend to the bottom and wish they had subscribe and save for this product. Otherwise, I consider it a miracle spray for my little one.
One final side note – I did spray it on his cradle cap, but only did so a few times and not daily. Has maybe helped a little bit has not cleared it up. But could be because I’m not consistent or that concerned about it, more concerned about him being comfortable and rash-free so conserve it for the diaper area. We use e-ra organic honeybuns diaper cream (also on the pricey side) after spraying on BabyBiotics and his butt looks great!