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Aveeno 'Baby' & Regular Ezcema Product lines?

Postby mint9317 on Thu Oct 26, 2017 6:23 pm

This product line was suggested by my doctor and I have been using the Aveeno baby Ezcema Care Moisturizing cream, Body Wash and Nighttime Balm, also have the adult regular anti-itch cream (looks and feels just like the baby nighttime balm), as well at their oatmeal bath packets (Yes this all cost a lot of $$ :shock: )

I am wondering if a lot of people are using these product lines and have any good long term success with them? I'm located in Canada and haven't seen many options in stores 'specifically' for ezcema I would like a really good moisturizer I can carry with me everyday to continue to keep my skin from drying out.

Any differences with the baby line and regular ezcema line of Aveeno products?
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Re: Aveeno 'Baby' & Regular Ezcema Product lines?

Postby Marcie Mom on Fri Oct 27, 2017 4:40 am

Hi! Aveeno has oat as one of its ingredient, and there are some studies that support oat as being to retain moisture for the skin better and less likely to irritate skin. The difference in various product lines likely lie with the ingredients, and you can check the label and see the difference in the ingredients, and the order of the ingredients. It is a requirement to name the highest content first, and then in descending order.
Can try other brand like QV, Physiogel.. do see this link on a little more knowledge of what to look out for in product label. ... gredients/

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