Okay. Should I use sugar even if his skin is dry?
eucerin calming cream
gold bod healing is good
california baby calendula cream is good especially for face, that got rid of his acne too
hydro cortisone if its really bad but not too long because it is a steroid
Mix sugar and olive oil together kind of like a paste. When you are bathing him that's when you apply it.
Quoting Jamie Horn:" At my sons 4 mon check up his eczema was out of control dr told me about CeraVe cream (get at walmart) ... [snip!] ... soft and no rough dry patches anymore. I even use it on my hands after I rub him down winter is harsh on everyones skin!"
Does he still itch or was that solved too?
My son's skin got better but he still itches. Maybe its habit.
I don't see him itching or any dry skin at all. We use it once a day usually after bath and he's as smooth as ever!
Try CapriClear. As mom's we want to use products that are chemical free and this product is ALL NATURAL. It won't cure eczema but it will help give relief from the itch and the redness.
In my opinion, you just need a natural remedy for his skin. It would be save for his skin. You don't have to worry about chemical ingredients. There are various methods and ingredients that would be suitable for his eczema. example: virgin coconut oil, Apply vitamin E, aloe vera gel, Make a tea of calendula, a marigold flower, with drops of lavender essential oil added, then apply to the affected area twice a day until the irritation is relieved. A more complete understanding of the remedies and solutions can be found in the following link: