Mexsana saved Seabass’ butt. Literally.

25 Aug

Old-school awesomeness in a bottle.

This one’s going out to Seabass’ great-grandma, Nana, who recently helped me out with a burning, stinging, blistering problem in our household: Seabass’ diaper rash.

All told, I went to Dr. Awesome about four times to deal with it to no avail.  We did barrier creams, we did prescription creams, we did baking soda, we did chlorine-free diapers.  We also got a boatload of suggestions from all of you out there in Blog Land.  But still, whenever Seabass got teeth, the problem would once again rear its ugly little head in the form of angry red bumps on little dude’s heiney.  And it was SO uncool.

It was during one of these episodes that Nana came to town.  We whined and moaned about the problem and she suggested something called Mexsana powder.  “That was the only thing that worked for me with young kids,” she added.  Perhaps sensing that we were up to our ears in failed suggestions, she quietly went out and bought some for us.

And wouldn’t you know it?  It works.  Consistently.

So thanks, Nana, from the bottom of our clean, fresh, neutral tushies.

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4 Responses to “Mexsana saved Seabass’ butt. Literally.”

  1. Jill Whitacre August 25, 2011 at 1:54 pm #

    First, I love the name Nana. That is what I call my Nana…I love Nanas. Enough.
    Second, I am going out and getting some now for the JBoy. Sound wonderful and effective. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Megan August 25, 2011 at 3:07 pm #

    Nanas know everything. Ev er y thing.

  3. Anne Keo of Always Half Full August 25, 2011 at 5:08 pm #

    The oldies are often goodies.

  4. Debbie August 25, 2011 at 8:31 pm #

    Simple and old fashioned – often works best.

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