I took him to the doctor and they made me go in the back door where they send the really contagious kids. I was a little freaked out. What did they think it was? But, it was a simple case of eczema. Ok, now what. She recommended that I lotion him up twice a day and if that didn’t work I could call and get the prescription cream.
At the time Ada was taking a class at The Little Gym (a wonderful place by the way, especially for the toddler age group). I was talking about this with the other moms there and one of them popped up. Her son had also had eczema and she recommended
She said that she had tried everything, even the prescription cream and nothing had worked very well until another mom had recommended the
Well, it worked like a charm. I lathered him up twice a day and within a couple of days there was significan improvement and then it was gone and hasn’t really been back. I continue to apply the cream after every bath and then when I see I little patch I go back to twice a day and it never even gets going.
I recently recommended this to a friend who was going through the same thing and was about to start on the prescription cream and she tried it and it worked great for her too.
If your child suffers from eczema, this is definitely worth a try. It is very inexpensive and overall a great cream. I now use it as a body lotion because I have pretty dry skin.
Mom Tip – Recommended Product for Eczema – Cetaphil Cream
This is the kind that comes in a tub, not a tube. There is a lotion and a cream. Make sure to get the cream.
I also use the Cetaphil cleanser as my everyday facial cleanser andI love it, cheap and works great. Gotta love that.
Do you have experiences with eczema, cetaphil or other words of wisdom on this topic? Please share by adding a comment below.