Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

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Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby trimummy » Mon Jun 23, 2014 11:11 pm

Hi mummies,

Want to ask, anyone familiar with the product Eucerin Eczema Relief? Its a tube of cream that is used to relief eczema. Never try the product before but saw it online and dunno if its effective or not. Want to get it for my son who suffers from ezcema.

Anyone who tried this cream before pls let me know. :thankyou:

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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby sembgal » Mon Jun 23, 2014 11:29 pm

trimummy wrote:Hi mummies,

Want to ask, anyone familiar with the product Eucerin Eczema Relief? Its a tube of cream that is used to relief eczema. Never try the product before but saw it online and dunno if its effective or not. Want to get it for my son who suffers from ezcema.

Anyone who tried this cream before pls let me know. :thankyou:


Ceradan is better in my opinion but very expensive.

Physiogel AI Cream can only get through prescriptions and it works wonders too. Physiogel AI cream is not the same as Physiogel cream. It comes in a slimmer tube and more concentrated. Physiogel AI Cream is also very expensive.

Both products are recommended by doctors to me.
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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby autumnbronze » Mon Jun 23, 2014 11:39 pm

Trimummy,

I cannot comment on Eucerin. But here is my personal sharing.

I think every kid's skin 'condition' or texture is different.

I started on Mustela. Which really worked for my kids. But because it was so expensive, I tried other brands that were recommended by doctors, friends etc ...

My kids have extremely dry skin and the elder one suffers from mild eczema.

I have tried cetaphil, physiogel, gaia and some others that I cannot remember. None of the brands worked for my kids although it worked for others.

In the end, I went back to the Mustela range. Even though it burns a hole in my pocket, it seems to the THE brand for the kiddos.

You may need to try it out and see for yourself whether it works for you or your kids.

Hope this helps :smile:

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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby ammonite » Tue Jun 24, 2014 5:54 am

Agree with autumn bronze. Just to add, not only is every kid's skin different, what they are sensitive to can also be different. So if your child has food or chemical sensitivities, read the labels of the body products as well.

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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby trimummy » Tue Jun 24, 2014 3:47 pm

Thanks mummies :love: ...will go look around...wanted alternative cream other than the mild steroid cream he was prescribed by the doctor..breaks my heart to see him scratching himself constantly..my 2 other kids are ok though, only he has eczema.... :cry:

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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby ammonite » Tue Jun 24, 2014 3:52 pm

The best advice given to me by a group of mothers whose children went through bad eczema - look for the trigger and remove it. Jia you!

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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby sparks » Tue Jun 24, 2014 4:01 pm

oh, I've just ordered this cream @ US$7.99 from amazon - free shipping & cheaper than the one avail @ q0010 @ $19.90.

Hv tried Physiogel A1 but it didn't work for my son.

My family doctor recommended me Cetaphil Restorderm (by prescription only in Spore). I think it costs abt S$30+. I got from Amazon @ US$11.59 (free shipping too). So far, hv been using this for both my children, it's not bad. Don't expect instant results but after using it for half a year, their skin is not as drying as before.

I intend to try out this Eucerin cream for targeted spots. At least, it claims to relief itchness which may help reduce scratching. Will arrive end of month. Hope it works.

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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby sleepy » Tue Jun 24, 2014 4:25 pm

trimummy wrote:Hi mummies,

Want to ask, anyone familiar with the product Eucerin Eczema Relief? Its a tube of cream that is used to relief eczema. Never try the product before but saw it online and dunno if its effective or not. Want to get it for my son who suffers from ezcema.


I don't like Eucerin's ingredients. You can google it

I have eczema on my lower legs and feet. I'm all for natural (and ideally organic too) products. I feel that cutting down on chemical loaded products really benefit my skin.
I guess it takes experimenting to find the product that suits. Fighting eczema is a life long battle

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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby sleepy » Wed Jun 25, 2014 7:31 am

sparks wrote:oh, I've just ordered this cream @ US$7.99 from amazon - free shipping & cheaper than the one avail @ q0010 @ $19.90.

Hv tried Physiogel A1 but it didn't work for my son.

My family doctor recommended me Cetaphil Restorderm (by prescription only in Spore). I think it costs abt S$30+. I got from Amazon @ US$11.59 (free shipping too). So far, hv been using this for both my children, it's not bad. Don't expect instant results but after using it for half a year, their skin is not as drying as before.


Is it direct international shipping from amazon?
No shipping cost at all? Any other cost involved?

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Re: Eucerin Ezcema Relief - Good?

Postby sparks » Wed Jun 25, 2014 2:59 pm

sleepy wrote:Is it direct international shipping from amazon?
No shipping cost at all? Any other cost involved?


Yup. there are conditions attached - min purchase of US$130 (there abt) & only applicable for items that are sold by amazon.com & which are eligible for int'l shipping.

So, you can gather a few items or buy with a few friends.

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