Yes, once you get it cleaned up by running her butt under warm water (give her a break after about a min of holding her bottom area under the running water) and then do it again until it's gone. Then dry her off the best you can...be careful and don't rub hard...it may cause her to bleed...I used a Q-tip to slowly run at it a little at a time. Then take some vegatable oil and dip a Q tip in it and rub it on her vent area and along the fuzz a bit. It won't happen again
Be sure to do that every day for a week. After a week you won't see it again most likely. I had a cochin that did that and tried this and it worked wonderfully. Good luck!
Lotta people on this site dissagree with me on this, but it works for me. The straight skinny on "Pasty Butt". Believe it or not, Pasty Butt is a symptom of constipation. The cure is molasses in their drinking water. Molasses is a natural laxative for fowl. Mix it like weak tea and give it to them for 2 days. Naturally you should clean their little butts with a warm damp cloth before you start the treatment. Failure to cure this condition could result in a painful death for your chicken. This treatment is for adult birds as well as chicks.