IS MooGoo Eczema and Psoriasis Balm any good for eczema?

Kinisimere - posted on 11/13/2011 ( 14 moms have responded )

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My daughter has very bad eczema on her face ,legs , and hands.A friend of mine suggested that I use Moogoo Eczema and Psoriasis balm.Has any of you mothers with eczema kids ever used this product and does it give a good result?

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Summer - posted on 11/15/2011

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the best i have found on the market for young babies is gentle naturals baby eczema cream ,,,, daily remewals naturals wash.......... O M G IS A MERICA IN A BOTTLE!!!!!!! and or older toddlers and kids the cortizone 10 eczema cream ROCKS!!!!!!!!

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Catrina - posted on 12/18/2013

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I've never heard of that before, but I recommend Young Living's Sandalwood Moisture Cream. It is an ultra-hydrating moisturizer infused with pure essential oils. MSM - a naturally occurring, plant-based chemical-- softens skin and promotes elasticity. It can be used anywhere on the skin. It's more on the expensive side but it works! I had eczema on the palm of my hand for a year and it was becoming worse. I tried everything and finally tried Sandalwood. I noticed results almost instantly, and it's baby safe.
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Simoon - posted on 08/01/2013

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The key assessment when determining if an eczema cream/wash will be effective on our little ones eczema is better understanding of the attributes of the ingredients in the product and whether the combination of those ingredients with the right skin conditioning agent such as water or aloe vera works best for the degree of melanin in our skin and therefore the severity for dehydration of the skin with someone with eczema. i not only had to educate myself but went as far as developing a cream and wash for my daughter who had eczema since she was 2 months. at age 4 now we maintain our daily regimen of cleansing and moisturizing with natural melanina wash and moisturizing cream found at www.mela-nina.com.
the key attributes are ingredients that are emollients, antioxidants, anti inflammatory, humectant, antibacterial, non fragrances (parfum), no colorant, anti bacterial, phospho lipiids. happy to share more insights

Roseanna - posted on 04/15/2013

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try "Renew" lotion which is great for eczema if you would like to try a sample i can send it to you

Cam - posted on 08/21/2012

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Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Moisturizing cream works good for my child, but, I also wash his clothes in All free and clear soap, and his skin I use DOVE non scented, and non scented baby wipes...He is 7 months old

Sharon - posted on 08/10/2012

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Completely natural Aloe Vera products and Propolis cream are absolutely amazing for eczema and psoriasis. Please visit www.achievealoehealth.co.uk for more info.

Vanessa - posted on 08/03/2012

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i just replied to another post about this so incase you havent found a great cream yet I will tell you too as I wish someone had told me before.

so many people suggest tons of eczema creams etc and I have tried everything from steroid prescriptions to compounds to aveeno baby etc. I heard about Cetaphil Restoraderm Bodywash and lotion and decided to buy it.. its around $20 per bottle but lasts a long time and my son went from cracked itchy skin to almost perfect skin in like 3 days!!! after the 1st night we could see the improvement! seriously dont waste money on crappy eczema creams that help only a little and short term! you can get it at any drug store but make sure it has RESTORADERM as thats what you need =P my son can stay in the bath for like 30 mins now and have no issues he always uses the bodywash so when we travel we take it with us and after his bath he gets creamed and we put a long sleeve shirt on him because he hates the wetness of the lotion. My son has been using it for about 7 mths and he rarely has any signs that he even has eczema. I have a whole shelf in my bathroom full of "eczema" creams but the cetaphil is the only one that worked long term for me.. steroid creams are very bad to use also so before you get a prescription that will only help for a few weeks try it out! I wish someone had told me this like 2.5 years ago when my son 1st got eczema he was only 10 mths old and his arms would crack so bad we thought they would bleed. gl I hope this helps!

Vicki - posted on 11/14/2011

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It didn't help for my son. I use a cream made up by a local pharmacist that works better than anything else I've tried. Only of help if you're in Perth, Western Australia though!

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