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    Well I feel much better about getting a cortisone cream now! Thanks for coming back and sharing your advice Lillac, can I get demaveze from any chemist? I'd be interested to see if the eczema probiotic makes a difference, it's worth a try at this point. I've got one more question, if his neck rash fades and seems dry does this mean it's healing or getting worse?

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    My family is plagued by this and other problems.
    As well as everything pp have suggested I have one more that worked out to be our life saver.
    We do all the creams bath pulls and special laundry powders and soap free alternatives. But nothing really helped. Until...

    Soy milk.
    One cup a day. Or more for ds1 as it's all he has. But it's cleared us all up and is safe for Bub.
    Ds2 is almost 1 so I put it in his sippy cup instead of water with solids.
    He is still bf and was covered in excema from birth. We all have soap allergies so that didn't help.

    I hope you find something that works for you. It's a bit of a hot and miss with excema. What works for ds1 won't work for ds2.

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