Aqueous cream 'aggravates eczema'

Aqueous cream 'aggravates eczema'

There are 1 comment on the BBC story from Oct 18, 2010, titled Aqueous cream 'aggravates eczema'. In it, BBC reports that:

Cream often prescribed to relieve the symptoms of eczema may be making the condition worse, researchers claim.

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Cera Ve fan

San Rafael, CA

#1 Oct 18, 2010
For years my little one had eczema, which I treated with Aquaphor. It did not get better, and in fact, the rash seemed to spread everywhere. Then lo and behold, a friend told me that the lanolin from the Aquaphor irritates some children. I switched to Cera Ve. In a week, the eczema was gone. It has now been six months and he is eczema free. No more benadryl at night. No more cortisone creams. He can focus at school because he doesn't spend the time distracted by the itching. I am shocked at how good he looks. For me, stopping the Aquaphor and starting the Cera Ve completely changed his life.

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