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    Default Calling 30 parents of children with ezcema to trial a cortisone-free eczema cream!

    Would you like to review a cortisone free eczema treatment?

    This call-out is now closed

    Dermalex are giving 30 lucky Bub Hubbers the opportunity to trial their Eczema Treatment Cream for Babies & Children.

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    Dermalex is a cortisone free treatment for babies and children suffering from mild or moderate atopic dermatitis symptoms. It can be used on sensitive areas, such as the face and next area.

    If you have a child between 8 weeks and 6 years old that is suffering from mild to moderate eczema, and not using other eczema treatment creams and would like to participate and review Dermalex's Eczema Cream, please type 'Pick Me' in this thread and let us know why we should select you!

    If your baby of child is currently using other creams, it is a requirement that you stop using those other creams before proceeding with this trial. Dermalex cannot be used as part of a combination treament with other creams during the trial.

    We'll be selecting 30 reviewers later this week from all the posts made by midday, Tuesday 12 June (Brissie time)!

    Members of the Reviewer Panel will probably receive an email about this opportunity too. Please make sure that you reply in this THREAD and do not reply to the email.

    If you are selected as a reviewer you must provide us with a written review within 14 days of receiving the sample.

    When we select reviewers, we give preference to regular contributors to our community and those who have posted in our reviews section previously. (How to add a review guide.) So if your review total = 0, the chances are you won't get picked! You can review nappies (disposable & cloth), wipes, your local park and whole heap of other pregnancy & parenting items. So get to it if you want a chance to get your hands on this fabulous booster seat for nix!!!

    And if you miss out this time, don't worry, there will be plenty of other opportunities coming up soon! Subscribe to this section to make sure you are the first to hear about any opportunities.

    If you are not a member of our Reviewer Panel and you would like to be considered for FREE products, find out how to you can join up here
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    Pick me please, ds is 2 and has been having awful problems with eczema since the start of the colder weather. It is mostly on his face, so I am reluctant to try anything cortisone based. Have seen this at the chemist and would love to trial the product for a review.

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    Pick me please - not for my dd - but my SIL who is having major problems with her skin especially now that winter is upon us.

    MIL is desperate to try anything that could help as it is all over her arms and legs, face and body and nothing is working. SIL is 5 years old and MIL would be more then willing to provide a comprehensive review via my account.

    Thanks.

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    Pick Me - my dd emma has shocking ezxema all over her knees ,neck and elbows and i'm pulling my hair out as to what to do. With winter upon us its just getting worse.

    I would love to have the oppourtunity to review this product please

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    Please pick me.. My 6 month old has had eczema since she was 4 weeks old on her face but now the cold weather has hit she now has it spreading over her trunk and arms

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    Pick me,
    my little one is 8 and a half months and since the cold weather he has broken out in eczema all over his back and it has started to disrupt his sleeping please pick me to ease his discomfort

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    Hi - my DS who is 4 suffers from eczema mainly on his legs and a little on the remainder of his body. I'm yet to find a product that works. I'd love to trial this product.

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    Please pick me! My baby gets coveted head to toe nothing so far has helped enough to go away...

    mummy to gods gift to us

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    Pick me! Ds is 13 months and constantly has eczema all over just like his father! I'm finding it is even worse with the colder weather and different foods now that his eating a greater range of food. His poor little face is always so sore

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    My two year old has battled eczema since he was born. He gets so itchy and distressed, especially at night and its heart wrenching! Would love to try a cortisone free cream for him; I do worry about the continual use of cortisone based creams


 

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