Friday, November 18, 2011
Treating Baby Eczema
If your baby has developed eczema, you need a lotion developed particularly for eczema in order to keep her skin moisturized after bathing. Also, you probably need to use a different baby wash, which may be causing the eczema to begin with. An excellent line of all natural baby products was developed when a mom discovered that her baby's eczema was actually caused by the soap and lotion she was using on her baby. I'm writing about this now because I saw the lotion being put on a child to moisturize her skin and help prevent or get rid of her eczema. Not only was it laden with unpronounceable ingredients, but it also reeked of fragrance. While the scent may be pleasing to the nose, it is one of the worst things to use when it comes to eczema! For the best all natural products, visit my internet store Eve's Best. For moisturizing dry skin common to eczema, we have an unscented baby lotion as well as a body butter. We also have unscented baby wash that will clean your baby without drying her skin, or causing an eczema flare up. I do urge you to continue searching for the cause of your baby's eczema. It could be something you are eating if you breastfeed, or it could be an allergy to something in your baby's formula. Sometimes the cause is discovered on accident, but you will be more likely to discover the cause if you are actively searching for it. Good luck!