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May 20th, 2013, 03:15 PM
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My 3 month old has had eczema since birth, which gets really red and inflamed on his face, it looks like he has constant scabs on his face, he has it no where else on his body though, he was prescribed zerobase which made it worse so he has now been subscribed an antibiotic cream to try and get the scabbing gone and face cleared up and a moisturiser cream to use on it after to keep it soft, doctor is not sure if it could be a milk allergy, wants us to try these creams first and if they don't work then to change milks and see if that is any good.
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September 26th, 2013, 09:53 AM
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My daughter who is now ten suffered from ezcema for years with no relief. Although she is lactose intolerant that wasn't the issue. She actually was allergic to bath products. Many of which also contain q-15 a known allergen and skin irritant. Once I found Melaleuca she hasn't had an outbreak. Many people suffer from skin disorders due to chemicals in laundry soaps, cleaners, and personal care items. Hope this helps
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Great thread. Thanks for the nice post.
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