Monday, March 1, 2010

Fluff in the Spotlight! Thirsties *New* Booty Luster Bottom Cleaner!

Thirsties has done it again! They've managed to come out with yet another fabulous product to add to their already awesome lineup.

Their new Booty Luster bottom cleaner is awesome and the perfect accessory for any cloth diapering mom.


  • A completely non-toxic, non-irritating solution
  • 100% biodegradable
  • Custom formulated by a chemist especially for use in cleaning your baby's diaper area
  • Designed to help loosen waste, thoroughly cleanse, and gently moisturize your baby's skin
  • Restores skin's natural barrier against bacteria
  • Soothes skin and helps prevent diaper rash
  • Dries completely clean; will not leave residue
  • Made in the USA


Thirsties Booty Luster is blended by hand in small batches, using flowers, plants, resins, and high quality organic ingredients. Each component of our wipes solution has been carefully selected to not only clean your baby's diaper area, but to soothe and moisturize, as well. And perhaps most importantly, the properties of Thirsties Booty Luster actually help to restore the natural barrier your baby needs to protect him/herself from harmful, rash-inducing bacteria. Use Thirsties Booty Luster at every diaper change to clean thoroughly--yet gently, to moisturize, and to help protect your baby from diaper rash.

Shake bottle vigorously and admire the swirling luster! Add 2-4 sprays to your baby's soiled diaper area and wipe clean with Thirsties® Fab Wipes.

For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.

Aloe Vera, Vitamin E, water-based Extract of Coconut, Honey, Grapeseed Extract, traces of Glycerin, Avocado Oil, Humectant Moisturizers, and other Organic Ingredients.

Thirsties Booty Luster is free of petroleum, alcohols, animal products, parabens, sulfates, DPGs, or any dilutants; nor are any of our products ever tested on animals.


Want to try some Booty Luster? Enter this week's Pimp Your Stash and you could win (2) bottles!



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