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    I have awful eczema on my feet at the moment - if you open it up to 30+ year olds I would be really interested

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    I'd love to review this product, my 2.5 year old has eczema.

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    @MummaOJ - if we don't get enough reviewers we can certainly ask the promoter! send us a PM so we have your details.
    @AmyEL - Can I trouble you to send a PM? We have increased our privacy measures and no longer store address details and names on our system (to prevent hackers accessing these details)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Yes please. DD is 3 and has mild flare ups, I'm currently using a steroid cream which I try to avoid using daily; but NOT using it daily results in the flare ups so we are stuck in a bit of a cycle.
    My only concern is with the pictures required as I don't let it get to the stage where it's that noticeable, I treat any redness and spots quickly so not sure if the patches will show up. I see them though and her skin becomes very rough to the touch and pale pink patches spring up. Might be too mild a case for this exercise but I have read about this product before and always wanted to try it. I don't think it was available in stores at the time though, it was mail order if memory serves me.
    But yes, would love to try it.
    ETA- do I need to PM? I have reviewed products before and my address is still the same.

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    @MummaOJ - I have just spoken with Dr Iraj and he has said that we will now be opening the review up to all ages, including adults.

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    Yes please, I have horrible eczema on my arms arm

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-community View Post
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    PM sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-community View Post
    @MummaOJ - I have just spoken with Dr Iraj and he has said that we will now be opening the review up to all ages, including adults.
    This is great, both myself and my 15 year old DS have eczema flare ups as well, I can use it on us all and definitely provide more visible and accurate before and after photos.

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    I would love to try this for myself as I've suffered eczema since I can remember My 19month old has just started to get it too. I have to use a strong dose of steroid creams daily just to keep my hands from cracking open and I have terrible scaring on my legs from constant scratching . I have reactions to lots of other natural creams so would love to find something that actually works and doesn't make it worse.
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