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S.C. asks from Wake Forest, NC on February 12, 2007
J.A. answers from Syracuse on December 21, 2007
J.G. answers from New York on March 11, 2007
I used over-the-counter hydrocortizone cream when my two kids go to bed, and it quickly removes most of the dry skin layer. I then rub "Eucerin/baby oil in the morning to keep the area moist. Hopefully it would help you.
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K.F. answers from Rochester on February 26, 2007
You have recieved a lot of great advice from a lot of differnet people. I read most of it but did not see anyone mention and don't know if you've tried Aveeno Soothing Bath Treatment (a oatmeal skin protectant to put in the bath), Cetaphil wash (a wash that can be used without water... you can just wipe it off), or my husband uses elidel (it's a prescription but he loves it). We have used all of these products and they work great. I hope this helps or that you find something.
A.C. answers from Buffalo on February 13, 2007
try using "crisco", i know it sounds wierd, but my dr. recommended it & it actually works! (a little messy though)
M.E. answers from New York on March 01, 2007
My 8 year old daughter has had ecezma since she was born. I find the weather triggers her reactions. I took her to a doctor that prescribed WESTCORT CREAM. It is the only thing that works for us. Aquaphor is good too, but if you have a flare up you need to treat it first then coat it to lock in moisture. Get him right after a warm bath, while her skin is still moist and you'll notice a BIG difference. Hope this helps.
T.D. answers from New York on February 24, 2007
A.Q. answers from Hartford on February 13, 2007
Luke warm bath with baking soda try to do it 2 times a day. In 3 days you will see sucha difference. Both of my girls have eczema.
K.B. answers from Buffalo on February 12, 2007
My 18 month old son was just recently diagnosed with Eczema also, on his face unfortunatly. His pedicatrian recommeded we use Hydrocortizone cream. She also gave us a precription for a hydrocortizone cream w/steriod in it that helped termendously! We used that for 5 days 2 times a day, and in the mean time use the regular cream. I have learned from experience with him that nothing else you try will help long term. It will help for a day or two, but it will come right back. Good luck and I highly recommed talking to his pediatrician to see if he needs the extra steroid if it gets too bad.
T.M. answers from Rapid City on February 12, 2007
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S.S. answers from New York on February 23, 2007
Recently I found out that my 13 month old daughter has a touch of Eczema under her eye and well Aquaphor helped get rid of it right away. I would say that maybe you can try this and hopefully it will work for you the way it has for me. Good luck
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