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Careful if you have eczema, try a little on first use. I used it and ended up burning and making my eczema worse.
I had a really similar situation actually. Smilie Kinda strange
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Have you looked into Topical Steroid Withdrawal? There is a group on Facebook, plenty of useful information.
Hi. Thanks for the tip. I stopped using steroid cream because of that. This is actually the reason I started using the Eucerin eczema cream. For me, it helps with dry, cracked spots and relieves the itch as well. It doesn't burn when I apply it and has no scent. Maybe there are better products to use. I've been pleased with Eucerin so far. I will look into your suggestion for more helpful ways to manage it.
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I've gotten the baby eczema lotion in the past but I don't remember if it worked. I remember it's a nice substance though. I don't know if this comments helps people decide. I really like the CeraVe PM for the face bottle (I don't have it on my face but dunno if there's a pm for body so I'm specifying the one that says face on it). That's my go to. Light and not sticky.

If you haven't gotten prescription steroid cream/gel, you should! There's many different kinds, with hydrocortisone being the common one (prescription strength, not the over the counter weaker one). It wasn't recommended to try the new meds that gets rid of eczema because of all the warnings associated with it. Still a million dollar reward for those that comes up with a cure.

I've used hydrocortisone and it cleared it away. Used it up to 2 weeks straight until it disappears. Then once it starts showing up again, start the regimen again, but up to 2 weeks max even if it's not all cleared up.
I've also used another one after using hydrocortisone but I can't remember the name right now. And I've just started on one that starts with a T. Point is, there's option for relief and normal skins and you should talk to a doctor about your options.
They're all different ingredients but with the same routine of 2 weeks max. My current one instruction is 5 days on, 2 days off until it clears. Then start it again when it shows up.
They all have the potential of thinning the skin which is why you need to follow directions and not use it longer than recommended. Watch out for it and stop when you notice the thinning because it's permanent, irreversible.
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I like the tube version of this. It's a little oily. Seems to work well on my facial redness. Unsure if I should try anything else here or buy a few. Also, is the coupon limited to one product? Or one per product/order?
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the coupon works on multiple orders... just subscribe one at a time...
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good for stretch marks?
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Thanks OP. Got the advanced repair 16.9oz for our 10m old, for 6.28
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Active ingredient is colloidal oatmeal, which is the same (ingredient) as the Aveeno product we use for one of our toddler twins. I've mentioned previously that the "baby" version of the Aveeno product and the adult version have the same ingredients listed in the same order, but the "baby" version is around $1 more expensive (cause it has "baby" on the front). It's the only *maintenance* cream that tends to keep eczema at bay, otherwise we use 1% hydrocortisone for local flare ups. We've only used 2-2.5% cream sparingly (this is an Rx item) as long-term use is actually detrimental to the skin.

The above said, the Aveeno cream is $8.94 for 7.3 oz (standard tube) or about $1.22/oz (S&S 15% price btw).
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How do you know your dry skin is not due to the winter or dry weather but eczema?
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What's the difference between these? What's best for dry cracked hands?
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I had eczema for years and no matter which doctor I go to, they all say the same thing: Use topical steroids. I never like it and don't want to rely on it every time due to the side effects. I used a lot of different products to calm my skin but I found that this one has helped me the most. I haven't used my steroids in a very long time, like months because of it. I really enjoyed this product, it doesn't feel greasy either and I highly recommend it. I use this on top of aquaphor to make it feel more of a barrier to me. I do hope one day there will be a cure so we don't all have to suffer in our day to day life. Give it a try and hopefully it works for you too. Thanks OP.
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Does the 25% off coupon show for this Eucerin lotion for anyone?

https://www.amazon.com/Eucerin-Calming-Natural-Oatmeal-Enriched/dp/B000YGDRIW/ref=sr_1_5?crid=24HMIDCUJSYAS&keywords=eucerin+skin+calming+lotion&qid=1581115254&s=beauty&sprefix=eucerin+skim+calming%2Cbeauty%2C199&sr=1-5

I've made a subscribe and save order for this item before so I'm guessing that's why it's not showing up for me.
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Great!
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I don't like eucerin daily moisturizer it feels sticky and shiney once you put it on. Currently using cetaphil which feels better although it doesnt say on bottle if it has SPF protection
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Had to come back to comment, this made the small patch of eczema on my hand flare up and looks 10x worse than it did before. Its been 2 days and it's not getting any better. I think I'll stick with cortizone, it didn't make it go away but at least it kept my skin from flaring up
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