Anyone else ever have to deal with baby eczema???

Tammy - posted on 09/01/2009 ( 432 moms have responded )

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Hayden has eczema and gets it from his fathers side (whom I don't speak to so I cannot ask about) And Hayden gets really bad rashes and itches non stop and I would love any advice on how to make him feel better if anybody knows anything! Please!





I only bath him approx 3-4 times a week with short luke warm oatmeal baths and I have tried aquaphor, vaseline, hydrocortozone, memesotone(dr prescribed), vaseline, baby eczema creamand a few more random lotions.....nothing seems to help keep the rashes down or make the itching stop....

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Julie - posted on 09/06/2009

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I found that the oatmeal baths irritated my daughter's skin more. Eucerin has a great wash out there for sensitive skin that I use on her now. I then use the hydrocortozone right after a bath, on the really bad spots. Otherwise Eucerin lotion every morning and night when possible to help keep everything under control.

Sarah - posted on 09/06/2009

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my younger brother has eczema to this day hes 23 my mom said she could only use soap n him once a week the rest was just water....she washed his clothes in ivory snow and had to do a 2nd wash cycle to be careful it could be something in the laundry detergent.. my daughters 4 months and if i lay her on my bed too long shes gets spots like eczema

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Quoting Lauren:

depending on where you are located a lot of pediatricians offer a allergy test to see what your child is allergic to. chances are it will help him a great deal. i see it all the time. i work for a pediatrician and the test is a simple blood test and it comes back with the results of everything he's allergic to. you should really try to find out, the test is called ImmunoCap specific ige blood test.






I've never heard that Eczema is related to an allergy. It that really true?






I have had eczema all my life and now my daughter(10) has had it since birth.  I have been told that it can flare up due to certain things.  But is not truly an allergy.  I have been tested for somethings but have not found what causes mine.  My daughter will be tested later this year.  As for cures, depending on how bad it is it may never go away but make sure your laundry detergent is for sensitive skin.  Aveeno has a lotion specifically for eczema that works well.  We have also started using Gold bond medicated lotion.  This is the best so far over the counter.  As far as perscriptions, Elidel is the best from the pediatrician but depending on your benefits, can be a bit pricy, which is why we went with the Gold Bond. I have also just read an article that says a small amount of bleach in a luke warm bath will help to. But I am not liking the putting my kids in bleach thing.

Katie - posted on 09/06/2009

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Both my kids have eczema and I use this moisturizing bath cream (it lathers and used just like soap) and then very thick cream both called Lay It On Thick. You get it from Bath and Body Works. Its not cheap but it really works. Even through being at the beach with the sun, sand, and salt water, and heat and it worked so well. My girls are 3 and 7.5 months.

Kelsie - posted on 09/06/2009

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Both my children have eczema and I see great improvement with dairy restriction. I would ask your pediatrician for a rast test.

Karen - posted on 09/06/2009

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Both of my daughter's babies had very bad eczema. The only thing that helped was totally elimating dairy from her diet (she was nursing) and the 1year old's diet. This included everything even foods with dairy as an ingredient. Very difficult but well worth the effort!!!

Karen - posted on 09/06/2009

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Both of my daughter's babies had very bad eczema. The only thing that helped was totally elimating dairy from her diet (she was nursing) and the 1year old's diet. This included everything even foods with dairy as an ingredient. Very difficult but well worth the effort!!!

Katrina - posted on 09/06/2009

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try putting some white vinegar in the rinsing water when washing his clothes.

Debbie - posted on 09/06/2009

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My son had really bad eczema as a baby, it was on his head, behind his knees,elbows and his groin area, I had my mum make mittens for him so he wouldn't scratch, it still flares up every now and then he is now 12, I use dermaid 0.5percent cream the brand is 'ego' I find it works every time for him. It runs in the family on either side of ours.

As my son got older it wasn't as bad, in winter it flared up more then in summer, we live near the beach and I feel that the salt water is the best for things like eczema.

Firebird - posted on 09/06/2009

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Try avoiding lotions with cetyl alcohol, it is a skin irritant that is known to aggravate things like psoriasis and eczema . That will be difficult though because lotion makers use it to help lotion absorb into the skin quickly, but it does dry the skin out which causes irritation. You'd have to find an all natural (most likely organic) lotion for it to not have cetyl alcohol.

Tiffany - posted on 09/06/2009

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Take your baby to a pediatric dermatologist. I tried everything in the world for my baby and even tried something her pediatrician prescribed. going to that dermatologist was the best thing i could have ever done. she prescribed a combination of 2 ointments and vaseline. i noticed results in about a couple of days. my baby was about 6 months when it flared up and she is going on 3 now. trust me, it works. go see a PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGIST.

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try emu oil my sis boys had it and it worked realy well u can get soaps and other stuff that hopful will help

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try emu oil my sis boys had it and it worked realy well u can get soaps and other stuff that hopful will help

Susan - posted on 09/06/2009

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My daughter has my horrible dry skin and believe it or not her doctor said to smear her up with vaseline so I did and put her in a long sleeved outfit and to bed. After a day or 2 it really made a difference. When it is really bad use a low % hydrocortisone cream.

Linda - posted on 09/06/2009

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Hi Tammy.. My son used to have eczema. The doctor advised for him not to drink lactose milk.. so now he is drinking soja milk and no more eczema... but the eczema only comes when he is feeling hot. But you can also try Elocom cream in which it is very strong indeed that you can only apply once a day... Hope this helps..

Ahindris - posted on 09/06/2009

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Quoting Tammy:

Anyone else ever have to deal with baby eczema???

Hayden has eczema and gets it from his fathers side (whom I don't speak to so I cannot ask about) And Hayden gets really bad rashes and itches non stop and I would love any advice on how to make him feel better if anybody knows anything! Please!


I only bath him approx 3-4 times a week with short luke warm oatmeal baths and I have tried aquaphor, vaseline, hydrocortozone, memesotone(dr prescribed), vaseline, baby eczema creamand a few more random lotions.....nothing seems to help keep the rashes down or make the itching stop....


Well my son has always had since he was 2months and now hes 2. The doctors told me that its because he has undelveloped asthma and seasonal allergies. I have noticed that when the weather changes his rash area gets worse. The doctors RX him elladale cream and cetaphil. You mix them together and always let your baby air dry and than apply the creams. See if that works and with time it does seem to get better.

Julie - posted on 09/06/2009

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Baby needs more oils in diet. Vit E is really helpful. Find out more by going to the Vit area of Whole Foods or Co Op and they can help you. My sister'n law had it really bad. Tried everything! The only thing that handled it was Vit E and Fish oils.

Hope this helps.

Kristen - posted on 09/06/2009

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My daughter who is now 12 had eczema since she was a few months old. Her doctor on recommended the obvious less bathing, different soaps, etc. I took her to a dermatologist and he prescribed DesOwen which was wonderful. Within 30 minutes she would clear up. She used that for 7-8 years until they came out with Elidel. And we love Elidel!!! She would cry for it sometimes saying "I need my Elidel". So cute now looking back. The dermatologist always thought she would grow out of it and she has not had any flare ups in the past 2 years. She would only have patches on her legs and occasionally on her arms. Not as bad as some of the other mom's posts on here. We did try other prescriptions as well and found the lotion/cream based products worked much better than the ointments. I hope Hayden "grows" out of his as well.

Jade - posted on 09/06/2009

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I bathed my daughter twice a week. Try to use mineral oil to bathe them in, don't wipe them dry, pat dry. The oatmeal lotion is the best but use the mineral oil...they won't scratch so much. also have to use unscented laundry soap, if you have to use softer rinse twice.

Cole - posted on 09/06/2009

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i have had some pretty good luck with pure lanolin. it's very thick and sticky, so mostly i put it on before bed. by morning, even the really swollen, red area are pretty smooth. it doesn't cure it though, just keeps it in check.

Joni - posted on 09/06/2009

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jaime has rather bad eczema as well (also from the father's side!) and we finally went to a dermatologist which really helped cos he helped us understand the problem and to control it. basically we have to keep her skin as constantly moisturised as we can using Dermeeze (which results in a rather greasy baby!) and he also prescribed 2 different types of medicines; one to use when its more severe and the other when less... we bathe her everyday with jus bath oil.... it still flares up often but it has helped heaps.... and it'll get better in the warmer months.... apparently it will go away by itself when they're 3-5yo so nothing much u can do til then but keep it at bay!

Sheryce - posted on 09/06/2009

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I also use desonide and it clears up in 2-3 days and the steroid by mouth when it really flares up. She also takes a bleach bath once a week and that helps ALOT because it removes any bacteria from all the scratching. When we arent using the desonide (could be spelling wrong) we use the cetaphill lotion the one you scoop out the jar with your hand that is sooooo smooth on her skin.

Marlenny - posted on 09/06/2009

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My daughter had eczema when she was a baby, I used Aquaphor? that worked pretty good. Also bath him with Aveno products but don't use the cream on the spots that he has broken skin. Use the aquaphor as many times a day that he might need it. I totally understand your feelings, but it will go away with time. Just try to keep all his bedding clean, I used to wash her sheets every other day to prevent re-infection. Good luck and hang in there.

Lorrie - posted on 09/06/2009

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Quoting Tammy:

Anyone else ever have to deal with baby eczema???

Hayden has eczema and gets it from his fathers side (whom I don't speak to so I cannot ask about) And Hayden gets really bad rashes and itches non stop and I would love any advice on how to make him feel better if anybody knows anything! Please!


I only bath him approx 3-4 times a week with short luke warm oatmeal baths and I have tried aquaphor, vaseline, hydrocortozone, memesotone(dr prescribed), vaseline, baby eczema creamand a few more random lotions.....nothing seems to help keep the rashes down or make the itching stop....


Try Arbonne baby wash....I have several friends who used this product and it cleared it up completely within a matter of days.

Tina - posted on 09/06/2009

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Try Eucerin lotion. I was told by the dermatologist to use it for the bumps caused by dry skin.

APRIL - posted on 09/06/2009

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My 2yr old has excema and his pediatrician prescribed Elidel (pimecrolimus)cream (RX only) for him and we used as directed and it got rid of the horrible rash he had on his arm. We bath him every other day w/organic soap, and rub unrefined organic coconut oil on him afterwards. Every now and then I us aveno lotion on him and he seems to recieve it well. It is essential to lather the baby up several times a day to keep their skin moisturized.

Kameco - posted on 09/05/2009

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I forgot to mention about the medication for itching. Originally we were doing benadryl but it didn't help. The dermatologist prescribed Hydroxyzine and it works almost all day.

Kameco - posted on 09/05/2009

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My son was diagnosed with eczema through a dermatologist and they prescribed this sterioud cream called Fluticasone Proprionate for when it gets really bad. When it is not that bad and daily we use the Aveno lotions. You have to lotion all day everyday. I have a bottom at the changing table, in the diaper bag, in my car and at the day care. We also try to only bath him 3 - 4 times week.



All of the above really helps him to be a lot more comfortable. It's a lot of work and you'll have to get used to it at first but once it becomes part of your routine your life and his will be much happier. :)



I hope this helps! If you have any other questions let me know.

Cindy - posted on 09/05/2009

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my daughter had eczema too! Nothing worked with her either. But go to drugstore.com and under beauty I believe or in the search engine type in Jube. Its a wonderful non greasy cream. My daughter who is now 19months old no longer has eczema. I highly recommend this cream! Good luck to ya.

Elizabeth - posted on 09/05/2009

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I get it as does my 3 year old quite badly and my husband gets it mildly.

I think it is all about getting rid of the old flaky skin and getting the new skin soft and moistureised. And policing prodcuts which come into contact with your skin like a hawk. You need a combined strategy to fistly prevent it then treat any sore areas.



1st thing never ever ever use fabric softner on clothes or bedding and always use non-biological washing powder for baby clothes and bedding.



2nd; is the products you use for baby. Never use soap or bubble bath. Shampoo and conditioner are OK but ensure your rince off baby's skin.



3rd; Go to the doctors and get a perscription bath oil, (oilatum is good) you can bath baby every day in this if you wish. If you don't bath and just have a good wash or shower (i.e. on holiday) then rub a small amount of oil into babys skin on a flannel or sponge.

Get a perscription moisturiser (diprobase is good) after bath time do a head to toe massage. This can also be used as a hand wash, but we have started to use E45 hand wash, hands are a particular bad spot for my daughter. The soap they use at pre-school causes her to have a very bad reaction.

Get the steriod cream from the Doctor, who will give you progressively stronger creams as needed and apply to the affect areas at least 20 mins after the massage to ensure everything soaks in.



4th If that does not work dempand the doctor sends you to a nutritionist to start you on diet investigations. Citrus is what make me red an itchy, so it may not be diary products.



5th a dip in the sea works for both of us too. Salt water and a bit of sun (vitamin D) with a good factor waterproof sun cream obviously (you don't want to add sunburn into the mix) can be very healing. Just ensure you dry off and sore areas and don't sit around being cold and damp.



As an adult I control my eczema really well by showering everyday with a soft exfoliator spong and mild shower gel, using baleum oil post shower (whislt still wet) then head to toe moisturise with diprobase (or another mild cream). Also, I use steriod cream if I get any sore patches. Unfortunately for me I get the worst patches on may face and just have to ride them out as you can not use steriod cream on your face I use Este Lauder verity range. Stress always causes my eczeme to flare up, so exams etc.. can be a bad time. However, I do have really soft skin 99% of the time and did not get any streatch marks when pregnant.

Wendy - posted on 09/05/2009

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My children both had mild forms from birth to around 2-3years. My pedeatrician did not want to prescribe cortizone creams as they were so little.

the best advise - use only Aqueos Products - soap, shampoo, cream - absolutely everything.

These products contain No Scent and No chemical compounds.

They also had an allergy to dairy - so it was soya all the way until the age of 5.

I was luckily and they both outgrew it - but i keep up with the natural skin products as they still develop patches when we dont.

Latisha - posted on 09/05/2009

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my baby has very bad eczema. he literally scratches from his scalp all the way to his toes...literally. and i dont know why...but he really gets goin when he's sleepy, like a soon as its time for bed, he starts. and we've been up two-3 hours at a time...scratching!!! neway, i believe the oatmeal baths are really good. and to the lady who suggested the allergen test,"immunocap" Can i just ask specifically for that. i take my baby to the pediatrician many times a year, but he has yet to suggest that test. he jus gives me creams, which helps, but eventually it comes back up again.

Melody - posted on 09/05/2009

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Have you thought of bringing your child in to see an allergist? My son also has ezcema. He was always itchy and had ezcema patches behind his knees and on his forehead. I ended up bringing him in to see an allergist and found out that ezcema is caused by an allergy to something he's being exposed to. My son is allergic to Eggs, dustmites, dust, mold, cats, trees and weeds. He's on singulair, zyrtek, nasonex, and simbicort. He also has a cream that i put on ezcema when it starts to flare up. I would seriously look into this because his allergist told me that most ezcema cases are caused by allergies and if people would bring their children in they could get the relief they need. Let me know how it goes.

Ingrid - posted on 09/05/2009

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Quoting Kathy:

I don't have it... and my baby isn't born yet, but one of my brothers has had eczema since birth and my mom gets it. Like a few have said, see if you can find out what triggers the flare ups, and ya oatmeal baths help the itch, but instead of baby oils and lotions with my brother as a baby my mom was told by a dermatologist to only use olive oil. I think it was extra virgin but I could be wrong. The skin soaks it up so its not greasy, and its very pure and natural to help your babys skin.



yes, my sons dermatologist suggested extra virgin olive oil

Mary - posted on 09/05/2009

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My son had it really bad too and the doctor told me to only do a bath twice a week. That way it wouldnt dry out his skin

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eczema is very common in babies. many children grow out of it. how old it Hayden? is he crawling? crawling on the floor can make eczema worse. rubbing on the carpet is not good for sensitive skin! so, it could get much better after he starts walking!:) have you talked to his Dr about it? your Dr may give Hayden a steroid cream. & if it's bad enough may refer you to a dermatologist. my son has very bad eczema, to the point that his skin cracks open & bleeds, but after we went to the dermatologist & he put him on a stronger steroid cream, it's doing much better...he still has eczema, but his skin is not cracking open anymore! also, if he is getting rashes in addition to the eczema, he may have allergies. if he has a dust allergy & he is crawling, that could irritate his skin too! at his next well-child check up, ask your Dr. about eczema & allergies. tell him all the products you have tried that have not helped...but if you think his skin is bad enough, if it's cracking open or anything, I wouldn't wait until a scheduled appointment. it should be taken care of sooner! Aveeno oatmeal bath treatments and skin relief showr & bath oil really help my son, & Cetaphil moisturizing cream in a tub, Vaseline Clinical, and Melaleuca- Renew intensive skin therapy are great for all over & then I use his prescription steroid cream on his problem spots. I've dealt w/ eczema w/ both my boys & it's not fun! hang in there & good luck!

Siti - posted on 09/05/2009

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hi,

i dealt with some of eczema cases among my friends. i recommended them to use a special soap made of 'moor'. within 1 week of using this soap, the eczema will reduce and by the 3rd week all the rashes will totally gone. even by the 1st time of using it, the itching will stop. this special soap is called 'MIOR' luxury bar, which is available in Malaysia. But has a guarantee on curing the eczema. i've got lot of positive feedback from my friends, and now their kids doesn't have any of the problems anymore. if you need more info, you can google it, of reply to me.



regards,

fairus.

Kristie - posted on 09/05/2009

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My LO had allergy-induced eczema. He only gets a rash when he has soy. We took him to an allergist and he tested negative for every allergy he tried. Even soy, but my instincts told me it was something he was eating. So, we did an elimination diet to find the culprit and sure enough it was soy and milk. We put him on a healing diet and he no longer breaks out when he has cow milk. He now only breaks out when he has soy. He gets very itchy and tears his legs up. We give him Benedryl to relieve the itch until the soy is out of his system. When he's without soy he has perfectly normal skin. It's amazing! When he has a breakout we put vit. E oil on it and that helps soothe his skin until the soy is gone and helps heal any tears from scratching. It's a joy not to have to fight the rash anymore!

BTW lots of mom's have said that they rarely bathe their LO with eczema, but when we were at the allergist he said that the new thinking is that a daily 15 min bath in luke-warm water followed immediately by a good moisturizer is the best treatment for eczema.

Hope that helps!

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My granddaughter has been suffering thru this. She is going to be 4. She is allergic to many things and will undergo allergy shots very soon. How old is Hayden, and have you had the RAST test done?--- Blood test for allergies.. We only wash in ALL FREE, and NO dryers sheets.. Also told to never line dry clothes, just tumble dry.. No hot baths, lukewarm only, and use DOVE soap, and as soon as the bath is over, she gets rubbed down with Cetaphil CREME (not the lotion), to keep her skin moist. Her problem areas are wrists, backs of the knees and elbows only so far. Unfortunately both her parents, are allergic. I feel so bad for her :( When she scratches a lot, we will give her Zyrtec, per doctors orders. Oh, and she has had some luck with 1% cortisone creme as well..Try to out what Hayden is sensitive to, and eliminate. Thats what we're doing.. its a process..Good Luck.

Angie - posted on 09/05/2009

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My granddaughter has been suffering thru this. She is going to be 4. She is allergic to many things and will undergo allergy shots very soon. How old is Hayden, and have you had the RAST test done?--- Blood test for allergies.. We only wash in ALL FREE, and NO dryers sheets.. Also told to never line dry clothes, just tumble dry.. No hot baths, lukewarm only, and use DOVE soap, and as soon as the bath is over, she gets rubbed down with Cetaphil CREME (not the lotion), to keep her skin moist. Her problem areas are wrists, backs of the knees and elbows only so far. Unfortunately both her parents, are allergic. I feel so bad for her :( When she scratches a lot, we will give her Zyrtec, per doctors orders. Oh, and she has had some luck with 1% cortisone creme as well..Try to out what Hayden is sensitive to, and eliminate. Thats what we're doing.. its a process..Good Luck.

Ashley - posted on 09/05/2009

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I and my daughter both have eczema, Maybe try using a different laundry soap?, Im 21years old and still have to use a certain laundry soap. Tide works for me, but they have dreft and baby all you can use for your child. Also i have spoke to many doctors about eczema and they tell me to use(for my daughter)Aveeno, cetaphil, (in lotion or soap)but seriously i would try a different laundry detergent, it may be more expensive but i have eczema and i know how miserable i get with the flair ups. Your child will probly have eczema for the rest of his life but takin care of his sinsitive skin will prevent the flair ups. well good luck with it and if it doesnt work post more on it. Eucerine is also a very good lotion to use for eczema.

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My daughter had it. The doctor had me use Cephanil. You can find it in the skin care isle. There is a body bar and a face cleanser. Then she had to rubbed down with Luberderm lotion twice a day.

Teresa - posted on 09/05/2009

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yes my son had that bad when littler but getting better he is 10 now the best thing i did was everytime they itch put them bath but not to warm then the only lotion that worked for me was eucerin lotion the thicker the better also keep there nails trimed that way they dont scratch so bad i know its hard but goodluck and hope it works for you!!!!!

Christina - posted on 09/05/2009

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My daughter had it BAD and the only thing that works is: I bath/shower her almost everyday so I only use Califonia Baby soap and maybe everyother time. The alternate days I just rinse her. I also use California Baby Calendua lotion (the one in the tub) and I use it like crazy. I also keep her in the least amount of clothing possible according to weather and temp, especially at night and then... it finally went away. Hope this helps.

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Hi, my daughter has eczema and we went to a dermatologist and they told me to soak her feet in baby oil and water and then put parafin cream with vasoline over the top and it seemed to work but then again everyone is different but it's worth a try.

Good Luck

Mary - posted on 09/05/2009

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Mary Kay makes a cream that is perfect for eczema...It is the extra emmolient night cream. I have heard rave reviews from some of my customers on using it for their kids eczema. Hope this helps!

Florida - posted on 09/05/2009

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My son has suffered eczema from birth, i was so stressed out about it bcoz all the prescribed cream my GP gave me did not work at all. hydrocortizone is the worse cream ever use for a baby's delicate skin. I discovered oilatum cream and oilatum bath formula are the best for my child so i went back to see my GP and had it prescribed. Since then my child's eczema did disappeared slowly and now totally cleared. My child now age two but still using oilatum cream and oilatum bath formula on him to keep his skin moisturised. Another i could recomend is Sensitive Top to Toe baby wash and Sensitive lotion by boots. I used vaseline for baby nappy rash too. Try this stuff and see the changes youself. If your child still suffer eczema try giving him/her soya milk instead of baby milk formula.

Susie - posted on 09/05/2009

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The best stuff for this is Avon Moisture Therapy hand cream. I put it all over my kids to keep the eczema from coming back. It's the best stuff that I have found. You won't need to use anything else, but this. So much safer than the stuff the doctor will tell you to use. You have to buy the hand cream though, the body lotion will not work.

Amy - posted on 09/05/2009

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My daughter has eczema when she was young, we used an Aloe Vera gel on her rash and it cleared up with in a couple of days. The good thing about this is that it is all natural so there is nothing in it that can harm your child!!. You can get it from most health food shops.

Ashley - posted on 09/05/2009

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My son has bad eczema and was much worse before we found our dr here. She informed us to stop using fabric softener, and the fabric sheets. We also only use free and clear laundry detergent on everything he comes in contact with. (we can tell when someone holds him that doesn't....he breaks out on his face). We use the Aveeno body wash for him only...the doctor said we could try dove, but I'm afraid he might get it in his eyes or something. She also told us to bathe him everyday. Our former doctor told us to bathe him only once a week....and it made it SOOO much worse. We also switched him to soy formula, I have no idea if that made a difference or how. The only lotion we use on him is the Eucerin. He still has breakouts when he gets hot or sweaty, and for no reason sometime. I would definatly see what your child's doctor says.....I'm sure you already have though. Our son is alot better, but we still occasionally have to fight it with him and take him to the doctor. She recently put him on a steriod, which we could only use for 5 days and not on the face. And it cleared him up so quick, THAT was amazing. And she also put him on some anti-bacterial cream that seems to help. She also told us we could get the Eucerin Itch cream and wash, I believe there was a lotion as well to help him with the itching when it occurs. And there was also another lotion, to help quickly heal the area....I would have to find that to tell you it. Hope I helped in anyway! I know it's alot and you've probably already heard....just want to help! I know it's frustrating! Good luck!

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