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Cassie posted this 27 November 2018

What's everyones favorite lotions, soaps for toddlers who suffer with eczema? I've tried aveeno, dove, Johnson & Johnson...

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olivia posted this 18 May 2019

Shea butter and coconut oil works great for our little ones 

Gabby posted this 17 May 2019

My daughter is 7 and still suffers... we have tried everything! For a daily lotion we use Restoderm by Cetaphil. Then we use aquafor for when its really bad. At bedtime, after a bath I would put it all over her hands and wrist, then take damp socks and put those on her hands if thats a rough spot for the eczema (it usually is). All our other lotions are prescriptions. But that trick always helps when it gets bad!

Jinni posted this 17 May 2019

We love Eucerin Eczema Relief cream. Make sure you're applying several times a day! And have you ruled out food/environmental allergies? Found out my daughter's eczema was caused by several different allergies. Now that we've eliminated those and started on allergy medicine her eczema is much better! 

Ruthann posted this 14 May 2019

Gold bond eczema works for my niece pretty well. Natural Shea butter works for my daughter. I want to try eczema honey healing cream. 

Alexis posted this 14 May 2019

I love Aquafer. It has a really greasy texture though, unfortunately. It was the only lotion that helped with my son's eczema. His eczema started clearing up the say after using it.

user9 posted this 14 May 2019

I love using goat milk soap (with no additives or perfumes) on my LO's skin. To moisturize I use coconut oil.

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user4 posted this 11 May 2019

If you are looking for something from the drugstore then Eucerin, Aquaphor, or straight up Vaseline! I am an all-natural girl and use unrefined, organic extra virgin coconut oil. I found it on Amazon!

jill posted this 22 December 2018

Shea moisture, this stuff is great ! 

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Carol posted this 27 November 2018

Maybe something more natural  like coconut oil or eucerin or one of those other gentle lotions like cerave.