Subbing, my son has it really bad at the moment.
Where do you get moo goo from?
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28-09-2013 15:14 #21
28-09-2013 15:55 #22
I got Moo Goo from their website, it also has a list if stockists, but at the moment I wouldn't recommend it... I'm going to give it another couple of days... The. I think I might try the coconut oil...
28-09-2013 16:25 #23Senior Member
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After years and years of trying many different products, MooGoo is our favourite moisturiser. It's the ONLY one that DS says doesn't sting when it goes on his rashes.
We also use Celestone ointment for a few days every few days.
17-10-2013 19:34 #24Junior Member
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Have you tried using cetaphil for baby? and sudocream is very helpful to get rid eczema. My nephew used sudocream before going to sleep when he used to have some itchiness or redness on his skin.
I would highly recommend this link. This helped me a lot in dealing with eczema http://eczemafreetips.com
I hope this one would help you a lot too
17-10-2013 19:38 #25
Ds had it really bad when he was a bub. The ONLY cream that worked was betnovate. I agree with the others, keep bub moisturised, no 'soap' in the bath, natural fibers.
17-10-2013 20:13 #26
My DS has had eczema since birth (he is now 2)... We tried a lot of creams and what has worked for us is QV bath wash only in the bath, coat him head to toe in QV body lotion every night and use a sensetive laundry liquid. When he gets the odd flare up we use prescription cream (cortico DS)
It had gotten better with age so maybe he grew out of the worst of it. I have noticed that even the slightest dry skin can lead to a flare up so keep the moisturizing up!!
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17-10-2013 21:41 #27
Sudocream worked for DS1 when he had it really bad on his legs and back
17-10-2013 21:49 #28
Moo goo made my dd skin so dry that her skin would sting when I put her in the bath. Currently using a brauers soap wash but have been recommended cetaphil by the dermatologist.
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17-10-2013 22:15 #29
DS2 is 13 months and since July he has suffered bad eczema and no product was working. A pharmacist recommended Mustella baby products and gave us some free samples. That night we washed him in the baby wash and shampoo combo, put the baby lotion on after that then the steriopa eczema cream and we were shocked when the next day he woke up and there wasn't a trace of a rash on him. It is expensive those 3 bottles cost me $90 all up but they are big bottles and last about 3 weeks to a month but they work brilliantly!
17-10-2013 22:24 #30
Moo goo cream. I think its for cadle cap but worked so well on dds eczema
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