|Baby Eczema on Jan 17, 2016 @ 07:17 am|
When my daughter had it ,I took her to the doctor and he prescribed a cortate cream ,it cleared it up
|Eczema on Jan 17, 2016 @ 02:38 pm|
I have eczema and I go to my dermatologist and she recommended me a cortisone cream. Also, aveeno lotion and body wash really helps reduce the itchiness and is very gentle on the skin. Also, I find that cetaphil works great too.
|#) on Jan 19, 2016 @ 03:34 am|
They gave us two different cream ! One for his face and one for his body plus adaphor to use all over..
I think I got those cream ! Got to recheck the name
Aveeno for him wasn't working
I have Cetaphil but I going use adaphor first
We did baby oil ! Nothing happen basically make it worst! So they told us adaphor and prescription.
& I find out more Thursday
Thanks ladies I appreciate
& Cassrey ,
If you don't mind me asking, how it feels to live life with eczema? I want to know , because I want to know how he feels and have a picture in my head to know . I can help him as time come!
|I have eczema on Jan 25, 2016 @ 03:35 pm|
Hi! I'm 17 and I've had eczema all my life and I treat it in various ways. I can give you some tips if you'd like - just let me know! :)
|eczema on Jan 25, 2016 @ 04:25 pm|
If you can stay away from corticosteroids/cortizoids, that's the best - if those are used on a regular basis they become inefficient - so I'd save those for really bad flare-ups...
I would try to see a dermatologist if the eczema is really bad, but some basic tips are to do laundry in no dye-no perfume detergent (Nellie's brand is awesome), use no dye-no perfume wash and creams - for baby you don't even need to use a wash most of the time, just water is enough. Aveeno has some really gentle stuff, so do Cetaphil and CeraVe.
|Remedies on Jan 25, 2016 @ 05:15 pm|
I have been prescribed Cortisone and another cream that contained methanol to help with the itch (the cooling effect).
However, I try to avoid any and all fragrance, using Cetaphil and Aveeno when possible. But if the outbreak is huge - the OTC cortisone creams work as well. Make sure the rashes are kept moist but not wet and not super dry to the point it is cracking.
|eczema cream for babies on Jul 27, 2016 @ 07:07 am|
I recommend TruBaby Sweet Baby Eczema Cream. It is unscented, steroid and fragrance free so it does not irritate even the most sensitive of skin types.
|Both my kids on Jul 28, 2016 @ 01:17 am|
no fragrance in anything. Especially laundry soap. No downy or fabric softener. No fragrance in shampoo or baby soap. Dove liquid unscented baby shampoo and soap. And only organic cotton baby clothes if possible.
|top choice on Jul 28, 2016 @ 01:41 am|
I always recommend to my clients Avene from Piere Fabre ( not Aveeno). Any Shoppers carries this line. Its specifically designed for kids with eczema. They use thermal water from French lake and have a clinic on site for kids with severe eczema. Just few weeks ago, one my customers returned to tell me that nothing helped his 3 year old as this cream. he also uses cleansing oil and bottled spray water for flare ups.
|. on Jul 30, 2016 @ 12:17 pm|
How old is baby? I would suggest an allergy test if possible - eczema is often linked to allergic reactions in the body! Would be great if you discovered an allergy and could just avoid, decreasing or eliminating the eczema. I myself get eczema on the inside of my elbows (so weird) if I eat bananas.
Spectro makes a great baby eczema cream - it is kept behind the pharmacy counter.
Aveeno colloidal oatmeal body wash to soothe, and try an over the counter hydrocortisone cream (Polysporin makes a 1% hydrocortisone cream, try it out!)