rich emollient used in the management of eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.


Apply your eye cream or emollient using your wedding ring finger to avoid too much pressure on any facial eczema, as skin around the eyes is more delicate.



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2 Responses to Delicate Eyes and Eczema

  1. smilinggreenmom

    >Hey! I just found your blog under Eczema in my google alerts and I wanted to share our success with our little boy. He had severe food allergies and Eczema since he was a baby and it was terrible. He could not even sleep at night due to itching and crying etc. We tried so many things to help him and nothing and no doctor could. It was very frustrating. But then we were told about probiotics and how they are being shown to help so many people with this issue so I knew we had to try them. He started taking the Vidazorb chewable probiotics (for kids) and he not only LOVES it – it has nearly cleared him completely!! It has been unbelievable and an answer to prayers. I just really wanted to share this with you and maybe it could help!! Thanks 🙂

  2. TalkEczema

    >Thank you for the information about probiotics. We have further information about this subject on our site here

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