CJ's BUTTer® PLUS has all the benefits of Original CJ's BUTTer® plus ingredients that treat fungal skin problems naturally.
The neem oil and sesame oil in CJ's BUTTer® PLUS make it especially effective when diaper rashes and skin irritations are yeast based thanks to the anti-fungal properties of both oils! Try it on: Yeast Rash, Thrush, Cradle Cap, Athlete's Foot, Yeast Based Eczema, Psoriasis and more!
Please note: CJ's BUTTer® PLUS formulas are not artificially scented. Neem oil diffuses a distinctive smell, which some find somewhat unpleasant. Nonetheless, most users agree that the effectiveness of the product by far overcomes the smell of the PLUS formula.
- Pediatrician Recommended
- Safe for both Cloth & Disposable Diapers
- Contains No Sulfates, Parabens, Phthalates or Gluten.
PLUS comes only in unscented and contains no lanolin or oatmeal and includes sesame and neem oils which have skin protection, healing and antifungal properties.
CJ's BUTTer® PLUS:
Organic Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter,Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil,Olea Europaea Fruit (Olive) Oil, Theobroma Cacao Seed (Cocoa) Butter (Cocoa Butter, Citric Acid), Cera Alba (Beeswax), Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil, Melia Azadirachta (Neem) Seed Oil,Tocopherol** (Vitamin E).
**Derived from soy
How can CJ's BUTTer® PLUS be used to help with cradle cap?
Apply the PLUS liberally and massage gently. Reapply as needed, especially immediately following bathing as traditional shampoos can often increase drying.
Is CJ's BUTTer completely cloth diaper safe? Even when used with synthetic fibers? Do I need to use a liner?
Yes!! CJ’s BUTTer is completely cloth diaper safe. No liner needed. It will not cause repelling OR staining and washes out easily with hot water and detergent/soap. There is only a very small amount of lanolin in the formula and it melts away easily in the wash.
My child (or dog) just ate some CJ's BUTTer. Should I be concerned?
CJ’s BUTTer® is edible (although I don’t think it tastes particularly delicious) and is made with food grade ingredients. If a large amount is ingested, you may notice a slight laxative effect when it reaches the large intestine, but unless your child (or dog) is allergic to one of the ingredients, you shouldn't notice any adverse reactions. If you’re still concerned, please call poison control. (This is what we were told when we called.)