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Kim

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Aug 15, 2007
 
Hi, my son suffered from eczema when he was younger and everything that I tried did not help, until another mom recommended me a product called Renew Lotion. After three days of using it the eczema on his stomach and legs were gone, now I use it everyday to control the eczema on his arms. It works wonders and I also use it on myself for my dry skin. I have a few samples that I would be happy to share with anybody who would like to try it. My email is ameraznkimko@yahoo.com
Peter

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Aug 15, 2007
 
Of all natural treatments for excema that I tried in the last 7 years only Champori spray and cream worked for me. After 4 weeks of treatment almost all of my blotches cleared. The itch went away in just 2 days. I am very happy with the results and recommend these products to all eczema sufferers.
Cheers,
Peter
Lorna

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Aug 19, 2007
 
Peter - where can you get this Champori spray?
Peter

Los Angeles, CA

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Aug 19, 2007
 
Lorna wrote:
Peter - where can you get this Champori spray?
Verna,
You can get Champori spray online. Google Champori.
James eczema

Malaysia

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Aug 28, 2007
 
Have tried champori spray...its pretty good..works quite well
MrRobinson

Riverside, CA

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Jun 5, 2008
 
I tried excema champori cream and against my expectations it worked well!! Glad that I have found it!(it being a bit greasy notwithstandig)
Katie

Cleveland, OH

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#7
Jun 17, 2008
 
Omega 7, as well as the more common Omega 3, etc are very helpful
lauren

Cairo, Egypt

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Jun 18, 2008
 
have you tried aloe vera pills? it's Natural Treatment, i used it and it really help you can also get it online from
http://aloeride-review.info/
Alyson

Tallahassee, FL

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Jun 22, 2008
 
Aloe vera gel and lotion works great for me. I found L'Bri pure and natural products are the best -- probably because they list aloe as the first ingredient. I order mine at www.aperrin.lbri.com .

Since: Apr 07

Hastings

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#10
Jun 23, 2008
 
I have found that the best way to treat eczema is to keep the skin moist. We use E45 oil in the bath and apply E45 cream immediately afterwards and twice a day to seal moisture. Use whatever cream you find that suits the skin.
http://www.fromtots2teens.com/eczema.html
Linda

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Jul 15, 2008
 
How can ocean help eczema?
gutenberg

Greensburg, PA

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Jul 15, 2008
 
Linda, ocean helps you to relax and to think beautiful thoughts. These can't fail to help eczema.
wendy

Thunder Bay, Canada

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Jan 5, 2009
 
The Revitol all natural skin exfoliator is the revolutionary age-defying skin care system that peels away the ravages of time to reveal the secret of a beautiful face beautiful, healthy, radiant youthful looking skin.

http://www.revitol.com/site/revitol_skin_exfo...
Jen

Spring, TX

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Apr 6, 2009
 
Hi there!

I had this spots in my arms and just about everywhere now in my body. It looks like a fine pimples and just getting worst. Anybody can help me please on what to use to cure this. I had tried dove soaps and some lotions like Aveeno but still my skin problem is not getting better. Anyone can help me please? I don't know if what I have now is eczema or psoriasis. And I wanted to try champori product but I still have a second thought. I am so down with my skin problem. Please me....

Sincerely,
Jen
Jen

Spring, TX

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#16
Apr 6, 2009
 
Hi There!

I had this spots in my skin more in my arms and at the back of my legs and on top of my knees. It is just like a fine pimples and I don't know if this is eczema or psoriasis. Anyone can help me what to get to cure my skin problem? I have tried lotions of different kinds and mild soap but still no help. I am hopeless to my situation. Please, anyone can help me. Please....
Dan

Smithfield, RI

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Apr 13, 2009
 
Does anyone have any specific instructions for applying champori? I bought it and so far it has made my eczema worse (granted its only been a couple of days but still...)My eczema is on my face so I don't really want it to look greasy. Any suggestions?
Vincent

Woburn, MA

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#18
Apr 14, 2009
 
HI Dan--
Champoori people are constantly posting here, so I am sure you will get a response soon.

My daughter and I have had good luck with a product called Emily cream --right here out of Massachusetts--where I see you are too. We got it at Whole Foods and it is very simple and natural. It is herbs and oils and beeswax--so you may be greasy when you first put it on. We haven't noticed that much though. We just put it on at night and it seesm to absorb in well and it has helped both of us quite a bit. Best of luck.
Dan

Smithfield, RI

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Apr 14, 2009
 
Thanks Vincent,
Ha I didn't realize it said mass on there I'm from new jersey but I'm sure they have that product there as well.

Just in case anyone had the same questions I had, I contacted a representative from champori(who responded almost instantly, very helpful!) He recommends using the spray as soon as you get out of the shower (pores are open and it will absorb better), then followed by the cream, which you can rinse off after a couple of hours or leave on. You can also use emollients if you want between cream applications, but not before (it will reduce its effectiveness).

I have been on champori for about 4 days now, it was a little rocky at first (made the patches redder), but now that my skin has become acclimated to it it seems to be working. I'll probably post again in about a week or so and update how it has been working.
Good luck to all
Dan

Smithfield, RI

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#20
Apr 14, 2009
 
And Jen, it sounds like you might have shingles if its a rash of fine bumps, I would suggest getting it checked out before treating it, but I think Magnilife makes a shingles recovery cream that's suppose to work pretty well (idk I don't have shingles)

It might be something to look into...
Mary Anne

Dickson, TN

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#21
Apr 15, 2009
 
Creams do nothing but treat the symptoms.

I tried a website that offered an all natural cure and it worked very well. The site looks a little spammy but it thats just because they are trying to convince people.

Anyway, I don't want to look like I am promoting it but the website is www.beateczema.com

Mary anne

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