Quoting charlene2010:Use a sensitive lotion like cetaphil or lubiderm, or aquaphor
Quoting alyssaravensmom:Bump. My daughter gets it too.
It's not natural, but I can relate. My daughter (11 now)... used to get it REALLY bad. Once she got it all inside her arms and couldn't stop itching it. She was about 2 or 3...
Anyway, NOTHING worked... no oils, creams, herbs, change of soaps, showers instead of baths, fewer showers.... etc..
I finally gave up and had the doc prescribe an ointment that had a very low percentage of steroid in it. Cleared it up pretty quickly ... and after using it for about six months (tiny jar, so obviously didn't use it often)... she almost NEVER has excema issues.
argan oil. turned my skin around!
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My oldest gets it quite bad. I use scent free, dye free everything. A few months ago I started using Galaxol cream and I am absolutely amazed at how well it works for her. My mom uses it as well as a friend who is literally covered head to toe in eczema. Both say it works very well. I buy it in the big tubs at Costco.
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