Experience with Cetaphil & Vaseline

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DemetriaRogers
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by DemetriaRogers on Thu May 25, 2017 1:38 pm

Re: Experience with Cetaphil & Vaseline

My little boy had the worst eczema on his little hands and on his elbows, and foderma serum (with a lot of prayer to the good Lord), practically healed him overnight! It makes us very, very happy to see him feeling so much better!

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by senthilz on Mon Oct 25, 2021 9:25 am

Re: Experience with Cetaphil & Vaseline

You can absolutely go for cetaphil moisturizer. It seems this cetaphil moisturizing cream is approved by Dermatologist from Cureka(online store for curated health products) The cream contains glyceryl acrylate/acrylic acid copolymer,propylene glycol, disodium edta and sodium hydroxide. In terms of clinical factors, there is no harm to your skin. It actually helps to soften and brighten skin. 100% sure to go for it.

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by MissCandyGirl on Thu Oct 28, 2021 2:19 pm

Re: Experience with Cetaphil & Vaseline

Try Cetaphil to start with: and see how it reacts with the skin. If there is no reaction, then stick with it. But it is a case of trial and error. Because every individual reacts differently to different moisturizers. Some creams make my skin burn - E45, Nivea and Vaseline - but Zerobase does not.

Keep trying skin creams and do a patch test for each one, too.

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