Excema with a toddler.Answer Question
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Answer by RN4kids at 7:31 PM on Oct. 26, 2008
I have had eczema my whole life and my daughter started showing signs of it when she was a newborn. My eczema seems to be in remission, since some point during my pregnancy, and my daughter has been free of eczema, too, for the last 9 months. My daughter's eczema disappeared after we diagnosed her milk allergy and stopped using any bath products with sodium laureth sulfate (SLS). I was already using an eco-friendly laundry detergent and not using any laundry softeners. As a result of my daughter being allergic to milk, I completely cut it from her diet and, because she nurses, mine. I also started her on probiotics. At about the same time, I switched her bath products. Her eczema disappeared shortly thereafter. Now, my daughter is close to turning 2, and I am considering reintroducing dairy products to see what will happen. But, I will never use soap or shampoo with SLS for either of us again.
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