Exederm: Skincare for Excema**Closed


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 12. Lauren said…

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Our girls have very sensitive skin.  In addition to their sensitive skin, they also have patches of skin with excema and dermatitis.  #1 even comes up to me and tells me her skin is irritated and itchy, and you can feel the extra scaly-ness.  Unfortunately, #2 can’t tell me, but it is very obvious on her, too.

We already use clear laundry detergents and soaps or all natural ones.  But, it’s hard to find baby skin care that fits into this category.  Exederm also has other helpful hints on how to reduce irritation (including using a humidifier and wearing 100% cotton clothes).
Enter Exederm’s children’s line it contains: No Fragrance, No Color or dyes, No Paraben, No Lanolin, No Sodium Laureth Sulfate, No Phthalates, No Nut Oils

The new line was launched in April and was just honored by The #2ional Eczema Association.

Serious Tested:
The soothing baby oil was perfect for that extra hint of locking in moisture that is needed during the dry months.  It absorbed right into the girls’ skin and didn’t leave a greasy residue.
The non-irritating baby shampoo was very sudsy and quite effective at cleaning.  I was a little worried that it would make #1’s curls matted and flat, but it actually gave them even more bounce.
The cleansing baby bath was perfect for cleaning the girls in the tub.  It also lathered very well and did the job.
The hydrating baby lotion was good for all over moisturizing.  We used this on the spots that didn’t really have visible irritation.
The intensive baby moisturizer was surprisingly light weight, not greasy feeling and well, moisturizing.  I saved this for the areas that were visibly irritated or #1 said were super itchy.  It absorbed very quickly and she said she felt relief.

WIN IT: Exederm would like to give one Really, Are You Serious? reader their choice of any one item from their baby line.

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  1. Baby Eczema Lotion would be good to try with my son. He has very dry skin and has a prescription for medicine.

  2. camiller1234 says:

    I would love to try the shampoo. My 7 yr old has excema, and she HATES the "nasty smelling green stuff", I shampoo her hair with.

  3. totally need something like this in my house now…we have eczema coming out everywhere! I would be into the intensive moisturizing lotion for our little bub.

  4. OMG!!! I was seriously just telling my hubs we needed to get better lotion for juju (who had excema in the womb). I definitely want the Flare control cream.

  5. I think the nasty scaly stuff on EJ's scalp might be excema so I would love to try the shampoo!

  6. I would get the Baby Eczema Cream. Two of my boys have really bad patches of skin. I'd love to see if this helped, since I can't find anything else that does.

  7. the intensive moisturizer is what i would like to try.

  8. I would love to try the Baby Eczema Lotion for my sons legs. I dont know if its eczema, but his legs are always really dry.

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