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My sister tried vitamin E oil, but found that it didn't really help much. She has tried many things, but a prescription was the only thing that made a big difference. I know my mom was going to try a turmeric paste, but I'm not sure if they ever did or not. As my sister has gotten older, her eczema has cleared some.
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My sister tried vitamin E oil, but found that it didn't really help much. She has tried many things, but a prescription was the only thing that made a big difference. I know my mom was going to try a turmeric paste, but I'm not sure if they ever did or not. As my sister has gotten older, her eczema has cleared some.
Thanks for responding! We have vitamin E oil but we've found it hasn't helped. Witch hazel and burt's bees diaper rash cream has worked wonders though!
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June 16th, 2011, 02:30 PM
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try this cream it works well for my sister I make it at home and it really helps ps. all ingrediets you can buy cheaply on ebay

Ingredients:
1 cup calendula oil
1 oz beeswax or hydrogenated jojoba MP 56
1 oz mango butter
8 drops of lavender essential oil

Instructions:
Heat calendula oil, beeswax and butter until melted. Mix the mica into the essential oil until it has no clumps. Stir the colored lavender oil to the slightly cooled oil/butter mixture, and pour into jars or deodorant containers.
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