Eczema

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Eczema is a form of dermatitis, or inflammation of the epidermis (skin) (the outer layer of the skin). In England, an estimated 5.7 m...
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Aveeno 11,427 Hydrocortisone 10,250 Aquaphor 6,460
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Aveeno
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Vaseline
Other name: Oatmeal Bath (Oatmeal Bath)
Other name: Aquaphor (Aquaphor)
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Eczema
Diaper Rash
Method of use:
Ointment
Method of use:
Ointment
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OTC
Aveeno is a manufacturer of skin care and hair care products in the United States and is a subsidiary of United States consumer goods and pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson. Aveeno was founded in 1945, and its first product was their Soothing Bath...
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Vaseline is a brand of petroleum jelly based products owned by Anglo-Dutch company Unilever. Products include plain petroleum jelly and a selection of skin creams, soaps, lotions, cleansers, deodorants and personal lubricants. It has been considered g...
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Nausea
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Lack Of Sleep
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Allergies
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Blisters
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Irritability
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Tiredness
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Discomfort
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Nose Bleeds
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Numbness
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Aveeno is a manufacturer of skin care and hair care products in the United States and is a subsidiary of United States consumer goods and pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson. Aveeno was founded in 1945, and its first product was their Soothing Bath...
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About Vaseline
Vaseline is a brand of petroleum jelly based products owned by Anglo-Dutch company Unilever. Products include plain petroleum jelly and a selection of skin creams, soaps, lotions, cleansers, deodorants and personal lubricants. It has been considered g...
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twice a week. We use Aveeno moisturizer (the one for babies...
" ...week. We use Aveeno moisturizer (the one for babies with eczema) and Vaseline on the really dry parts. He gets creamed up daily as it is the only way we can keep his skin ...I use Vaseline to... "

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have now started using the aveeno again and touch wood it...
" Sheridan, I have bad excema also, and the thing ...but have now started using the aveeno again and touch wood ...only ones that give me relief have tried the vaseline and I cant do... "

1% hydrocortisone. If I use Aveeno even once he will get...
" ...for baby eczema. DS eczema seems to be under control right now. For flare ...1% hydrocortisone. If I use Aveeno even once he will ...lotion. He said it is basically vaseline with water ad... "

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do use it at night. I used aveeno in the mornings and it hel...
" ...absolutely nothing for me. Vaseline was instant relief, but carmax healed ...with the redness/severe dryness. However, I do use it at night. I used aveeno in the mornings and it helps a lot, eve... "

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old baby?...
" ...Can i use aveeno on an 8 ...( 7 months) has pretty bad excema over his face. Diprobase was hopeless but I have found Epaderm to be great. Its really thick like vaseline but keeps things under c... "

now for handcream is Aveeno, the intense relief handcream....
" ...used when I was fighting the eczema was A&D ...the day. What I use now for handcream is Aveeno, the intense relief handcream. So far ...like Eucerin does. Used to love Vaseline's Dermasil, ... "

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and Vaseline is a life saver. Aveeno products are great...
" VASELINE. I swear to you it ...the seasons change and Vaseline is a life saver. Aveeno products are ... "

for me. I've tried lots of lotions and this one works...
" ...Aveeno. I use the baby lotion for Lillian and the regular for me. I've tried lots of lotions and this one works best ... "

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and there. ALso I use Aveeno on her and that really helps...
" ...her a bath about once a week and just sponge baths here and there. ALso I use Aveeno on her and that really helps,... "

(no scented is fine). I use Aveeno for my LO, but she has...
" ...wash face and use either Vaseline (no scented is fine). I use Aveeno for my LO, but she has eczema. You might not... "

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