Seeking Dermatologist

Updated on August 27, 2006
K.S. asks from Allen, TX
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Seeking dermatologist for my 6 year old son with severe eczema.

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J.L.

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Hi K.,

I too, have children with eczema and nothing seemed to work until I found the Arbonne Baby Care products. The products are botanically-based, do not contain mineral oil nor animal products or by-products, and are dermatologist tested. Both my daughter and son had dry patches on their tummies and legs, but now the patches are completely gone! I have a friend whose son was on cortizone because of his eczema, but since trying the Arbonne products, he's been cortizone-free for 5 months now! I also know of adults who use the baby care products for their eczema as well! I have a sample set if you would like to try the products on your son's skin for a couple of weeks. I also have a pediatrician's letter of recommendation for these products. I personally know how hard it is to battle eczema and to see your child in pain. I am so thankful to have been introduced to these products. Please let me know if you have any questions. I am also a stay-at-home Mom and would be happy to meet/talk with you anytime. My e-mail address is [email protected]____.com.

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L.

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My husband sees Dr. Julie Darby in Allen. I will soon be making appointments for me and my son. My husband likes her and there are a few other dr.s in the practice too. Her number is ###-###-#### and she's in the Eric Vita building by the library, 400 N. Allen Dr suite 301.

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H.Q.

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I use Dr. Poliak at Med Ctr Plano for my own skin checks. She is great - very smart and more than competent. If my son had issues, I would definitely take him to see her!

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A.

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My daughter had Alopecia and her pediatrician recommended we see a dermatologist. The dermatologist gave us a regime to do, but I wanted to do something all natural that was scientifically validated - everything I had read on medicated creams bothered me greatly. So I rubbed a product called Ambroderm on her head 3 times a day. Her Alopecia is gone and has been for over 2 years now. I'm so thankful to my friend who told me about this product and I want to now share with you about this wonderful product. If you would like more information on how to purchase the product, please call me @ ###-###-#### (you can't buy it in the stores)or email me @ [email protected]____.com Bless,
A.
(SAHM homeschooling 3 beautiful children ages 11,9,6 with a helpful hubby who is an Administrator at a Nursing Home. I also have a passionate part time business in the wellness industry.)

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J.C.

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Hi K.!
Well, I don't have a dermatologist referral for you, but i have another suggestion if you're open to it. There's a product that will cure your son's eczema. I even have a letter from a doctor endorsing the product. I personally know several people that have children with eczema that no longer even have to see the dermatologist!
If you're interested, let me know..
Thanks,
J.

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T.B.

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Dr Kerry Carder is the only ped. dematologist in the Dallas area. My oldest has some skin issues and saw her N.P. at Children's in Dallas. She does have an office but is only there 1 day a week b/c she teaches at SWMC. We were seen at the clinic at Children's and had no issues. I just suggest being the first patient of the day b/c it gets busy.

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