Eczema Treatment
BarneyBee

Colton, CA

#44 Jul 30, 2007
I ordered Freederm in 2004, and it had 1% Hydrocortizone as an active ingredient, so I didn't use it: I can buy this stuff in any pharmacy for less.
Janet Simpson

London, UK

#45 Aug 1, 2007
Hey Steveo,

First of all give your little guy a big hug from me. I had eczema as a child and it's not something I'd wish on anyone.

For a natural complete cure you may want to look at http://www.youreczemacure.com
It's what got me past the condition.

Hope that helps!

Janet
Jason

Colton, CA

#46 Aug 2, 2007
Monica, here is your link to the best natural treatment for eczema on the market today:

http://www.champori.com/eczema-relief.asp

Best,
Jason.
Dee Marie

United States

#47 Aug 6, 2007
I have a slight case of dermatis on my hand.It will never completely go away.Detergent's make it worst. Does any one have any suggestions?
Dee Marie

United States

#48 Aug 6, 2007
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get rid of a slight case of dermatis on my hand?
Goodsamaritan

Philippines

#49 Aug 7, 2007
Treat your leaky gut / intestines treats your eczema.
The condition of your skin is a reflection of the conditions in your intestines.

http://www.eczemacure.info/article/articlevie...
David K

Portland, OR

#50 Aug 13, 2007
I'm like you: "since I was born practically" but now I don't get it because I stopped drinking cow's milk products and use light olive oil instead. In my 30s my mother realized I didn't have eczema till she stopped breast-feeding me and weaned me onto cows milk !
eve wrote:
iv had eczema since i was born practicly an ive tried everything the doctor has ever given me an now 37yrs old still have it can any1 help me with treatments they have tried would be appretiated.
David K

Portland, OR

#51 Aug 13, 2007
About 1955 medics experimented on my eczema by giving my hands long doses of X-rays twice a week for a month. It did nothing but I sometimes wonder if it's possible to sue them for probable effects in later life. Anyone else had weird experiments done on them?
lolly

Winchester, UK

#52 Aug 20, 2007
Freederm made my eczema worse - do not buy this product, dont waste your money!
David

United States

#54 Aug 20, 2007
I ordered Frederm in 2004, and there was 1% hydrocortizone among the ingredients.. I would rather buy Cortizone-10 cream: cheaper and more effective.
willy

Peru

#60 Sep 11, 2007
HOLA SOY DE PERU
Y TENGO PSORIASIS HACE 5 AÑOS CLARO E VISTO OTRAS Y LA MI ES MODERADA ME APARECEN PEQUEÑOS PUENTOS EN EL CUERPO HASTA EN EL CONTORNO DEL ANO
Y TAMBIEN EN LA CABEZA ESCAMAS
ME CONTROLO CON UNA MEDICACION A BASE SDE CLOBETASOL, 0.05% ACIDO SALICILICO Y 2% DE UREA CUANDO LO APLICO AL CUERPO LO CUBRO CON UNA VENDITAS PARA QUE LA ROPA NO SE LA LLEVE LA CREMA
Y EN EL CABELLO ES LA MISMA COMPOSICION PERO EN LOCION UZANDO 2 VECES AL DIA POR UNA SEMANA DESAPARECE EN LA PIEL YA NO VUELVE A SALIREN LOS MISMOS SITIOS PERO LO QUE ME PREOCUPA ES EN LA CABEZA POR QUE AHI SI ME VUELVE A SALIR EN LOS MISMOS SITIOS ES POR ESO QUE ESTOY BUSCANDO OTRA ALTERNATIVA
POR QUE FREEDERM HC SOLO ES CREMA Y ESO NO ME PUEDO HECHAR EN LA CABEZA

SALUDOS

WILLY
E-MAIL [email protected]
LIMA-PERU
Sarah UK

Birmingham, UK

#61 Sep 17, 2007
You are well and truely an idiot. What are eczema sufferers supposed to eat??? It is not all about diet at all, everybody has allergies! It is genetic or allergic not dietry!(although not eating too much chocolate and stuff can help) I am 20 years old and had severe eczema as a toddler and in childhood which cleared up through specialist only to return again when i was 17! And i can tell you now, in high school my skin was perfect and i drank and ate whatever i wanted!!! So you are wrong!
KenGuy wrote:
You guys don't have to suffer from severe Eczema all your life. You simply have to cleanse/detox your bodies, and eat a healthy diet.
Create a new eating lifestyle. Creams and lotions DO NOT work in the long run.
As long as you poison yourself with food EVERYDAY how can these creams help you?
You wouldnt put gas in your fish tank.
You wouldn't put water in your gas tank.
you wouldn't put poisonous foods in your body, if you KNEW they were causing your disease.
Few examples are Bread, Coffee, Tea, All Corn Products, All Condiments, Alcohol, All Sugars(including fructose from fruit, Dairy, Meat, ALL DRUGS, Smokes, Soda Beverages, Processed Foods, just to name a few there.
If you have ate, or are eating these things currently in your diet, you are polluting yourself deliberately, causing more acid build up, leading to more disease-like symptoms.
Lisa uk

Uxbridge, UK

#62 Sep 24, 2007
what is freederm HC really like is it any good. i've had eczema for aver 3 years now all over my face its so embarrassing i dont want anyone to see me also i have it on my arms i always wear a jacket even in summer!! ive tried all creams from doctor and i need a solution now has anyone got any ideas thank you very much

Lisa x x
Dave Tan

Singapore, Singapore

#63 Sep 24, 2007
Steveo wrote:
Has anyone tried FreeDerm HC? My 1 year old son has moderate to severe eczema and all 'off the shelf' creams and lotions simply don't work. FreeDerm HC seems to always comes up No.1 on a google search under "eczema" but I can't find any independant ratings.
Any feedback on this product would be greatly appreciated.
Steveo
Dear Steveo
I understand how you feel, because I have went thru the same thing with my son. Right now his eczema is under control infact has not occur for more than 6 months. I can send you a photo of my son before and after using the cream. His face was all bangdage but now his skin are very smooth. the chinese cream has non steriod. How I know is because 1 of the dermatologist wanted to partnenr with me to sell his cream and he do a mapping of the ingredient and was amaze that it do not have steriod. one of the ingredient inside of the cream is made of chinese herbal that work just like steriod but do not have side effect of steriod. You can email me at [email protected] so that I can show you photo of my son.
Regards
Dave tan
Embarrassed

Englewood, CO

#64 Sep 28, 2007
My son and I both have eczema, but I have it in a particularly embarrassing and difficult to treat location. It's complicated by three factors:

1) It's not somewhere I want to be rubbing lotion or anything else several times a day.
2) It's a natural channel for sweat, which aggravates and inflames the eczema.
3) It's exposed to bodily excretions that can contain lots of substances, including bacteria, that might cause problems. In particular, I've found that spicy foods will cause an eczema flare up on the way out.

The absolute best thing I've found so far, including prescriptions, is bag balm. Use it liberally as a lubricant before a bowel movement, clean the area VERY well afterwards, and then reapply bag balm to protect the skin from sweat. It's not readily absorbed by the skin or washed away by sweat, so it doesn't need to be constantly reapplied.
prajeesh

Thrissur, India

#65 Oct 9, 2007
i wnt to know more
Christine

Woodstock, GA

#66 Oct 13, 2007
My daughter also has eczema since she was 3 months old. We found out it was because of her food allergies. Our allergies doctor recommended us a cream called Vani Cream, it is non prescription but you could not find it in the counter, just go to your pharmacist and order it.
It is very thick but not greasy. It help with her dry skin.
Naturally Aware

Wellington, New Zealand

#67 Oct 15, 2007
Vani Cream is just another in a long line of petrochemical based products (meaning its a bi-product of crude oil). The first (and largest volume) ingredients are water and white petrolatum (or petroleum jelly). This sort of cream will only ever seal your skin off to oxygen and eventually do more damage without containing a single healing ingredient. The sooner people realize that they are being used as a dumping ground for a petrol bi-product that is cheaper to give away to skin care manufactures than it is to have it disposed of legally you will start to see better health in all areas of your life.

for an all natural product with truly healing ingredients look at www.potofgoldbalm.co.nz
Stephanie

Overland Park, KS

#68 Oct 16, 2007
I haven't tried bag balm but I know some moms that swear by it for diaper rash. Does it have chemicals in it? I found that the more natural stuff works better for me. Both neem oil and calendula are great ingredients. I've been using salve that has both and it's really helping. bought it online at site that sells chemical free stuff: www.carenonline.com
May be sold at health food stores too. not sure.
FERNANDO CHILE

Santiago, Chile

#69 Nov 2, 2007
So FREEDERM is not good for DERMATITIS??? I'm 23 years old and I have suffered with my dermatitis from the age of 2? Somebody know effective solution for my trouble?.... I tried with INMUNOMODULADOR ELIDEL of NOVARTIS www.elidel.com which give a is a temporary cure, I´d be appreciated any feedback.

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