Yes, it fully cleared. We did use Elidel (sp?) cream a few times when it was bad but we weren't using it when we initially stopped dairy. She was just a bubba though when we found out.
The spots she gets are weird and random. I even had to explain them to her teacher at school when we used to do dairy trials as she saw them and freaked out that it was something contagious. Then continuous exposure will make her have more which then sort of blend into a typical excema type rash. So when I worked out that the spots were the start of it I stopped the trials as soon as I saw one which mean't she didn't get as bad.
A few years ago she had excema and a few random vomits and I couldn't work out why. Turned out she was stealing cheese and putting it in her lunch box for school. Anything more than cheese and she will have bad tummy aches and throw up though. She insisted on a piece of ice cream birthday cake at a party once and was really sick plus her spots.
Cool. That app sounds good. I have a different app. I just downloaded the free version which only has 25 additives as I'm curious how it compares to the app I have. Although my app isn't a book. I have Food Additive 2. I can't remember what I paid for it but I don't think it was much. It has them all listed in numbers or name or risk level or symptoms like allergies/hyperactivity/asthma/gluten/migraines etc etc. the numbers are all colour coded so red for very bad lol, then orange, blue and green.