Soothing Eczema Relief from Dermarest & Gentle Naturals + a Giveaway

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My daughter has horrible eczema especially during the summer when she is suffering from seasonal allergies. We are constantly putting on creams of all sorts and prescriptions to get rid the rashes and dry skin patches all over her body.  I try to get lotions and creams that are dye and fragrance free as many too many added ingredients can aggravate sensitive skin.  We recently received Gentle Naturals Eczema Baby Wash and Gentle Naturals Baby Eczema Cream.  When I first opened them I did the smell test.  I always make sure if the product does have a scent, that it isn’t overwhelming.  The eczema cream has a very slight, but pleasing scent and ,the best part for my daughter is you can’t smell it when it is applied on the skin.  This is the way baby skin care products should be.

The Eczema Baby Wash is used like bubble bath you pour into the bath.  You simply put a couple of capfuls into the bath.  Then instead of using another product as a cleaner you just take the washcloth and wipe it over the body.   This method makes for a quick and easy bath time experience.  I can just wipe her down and away we go.  She is not supposed to stay in a bath very long and this baby wash makes it easy to get her in and out quickly.  Now I only wish this product could help me get my water baby out of the tub.  She would love to be able to stay in the tub for as long as you let her!  When I go to grab her she lays down and pretends to swim in the water so I can’t grab her.  It is cute and I would love to be able to let her stay in the water, but our doctor just doesn’t recommend it.  I love that this product is made with so many natural and soothing products such as aloe, chamomile, and vitamins.  I will be purchasing this product again next summer when she has another huge break out.

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Why should I use Dermarest®?

Dermarest® products have been formulated to provide maximum strength relief from the symptoms of psoriasis and eczema. Our products are fragrance-free, color-free, irritation-free and won’t stain so they can be used on sensitive skin. When used regularly, Dermarest® products can often help prevent recurrence of symptoms.
What makes Dermarest® different?
Dermarest® products are different because they use unique skin moisturizers with Zinc PCA Complex
Can I use Dermarest® on my face?
Yes, Dermarest® Psoriasis products can be used on the face–taking care to avoid contact with the eyes. Do not use on the lips or around the mouth as the product should not be swallowed.
Can children use Dermarest®?
Dermarest® products are specially formulated to be gentle and non-irritating to sensitive skin and can be used on children over 2 years of age. Be sure to supervise children when using the product.

While my almost 2 year old daughter has eczema,  I too have had eczema for as long as I can remember.  Where my daughter really flares up in the summer, I tend to have problems in the winter.  However unfortunately I have seen the signs that she too may have a flare up this winter also.   This last week the temperatures have dipped down so my skin has started the tingling that I get on my legs when my eczema flares up.  This is a very good time for me to review Dermarest Eczema Medicated Moisturizer and Eczema Medicated Lotion.

I first tried the Eczema Medicated Lotion as this had ingredients that I am familiar and have previously used while trying to control my eczema.  This product has 1% Hydro cortisone.  I have used hydro cortisone many times both over the counter or with a prescription when my skin get particularly bad.  What I like about this product is it is in a lotion form and it doesn’t have a heavy fragrance.  Does this product help?  I believe it does.  It helped relieve my symptoms.  I normally get my worst outbreaks on my legs as the seams on my pants rub the tender skin raw and this lotion helped subdue the inflamation.  I will continue to use this if my symptoms come back.  I will have to check with my daughter’s doctor though before I use this product on her,  as it is not recommended for children under 2 without a doctor’s permission.

Next I tried the Eczema Medicated Moisturizer.  This product also had very minimal scent and left a protective film coating on my skin.  I greatly appreciate that this product was not a steroid.  I don’t like using steroids on my skin and it seems like most products for eczema are steroid based.  This product also helped relieve some of my symptoms and I will be checking with our doctor for my daughter as this one also recommends use over 2 as well.

Do I think that these products helped me?  Yes, I do believe they helped relieve my symptoms.  Would I purchase more when I run out? I believe I would buy them again when my eczema symptoms return.  Dermarest is easily acquired as it is available at Walmart.

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This review was written by Melissa for The Mama Report.

I received the above mentioned product for review purposes all opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Christina Gould says

    Yes, I do get eczema during harsh winters. So far, I’ve used Vaseline Intensive Care for relief with limited effectiveness. Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. I dont suffer from it, but my friend does.

  3. Ashley rexrode says

    Yes I do. I was using hydrocortisone cream but it is not good when my babies are snuggling me…

  4. Kimmie Barnes says

    My husband and son both suffer from it and it is very hard to treat in a baby.

    Kimmie Barnes
    shawnandkim@suddenlink.net
    jakeremom–twitter and GFC

  5. darlene bohannon says

    yes i suffer,i use anti itch products

  6. Yes, I suffer terrible from it. As I write to you now, I am brokeout all over both of my arms.

    I usually also get it on my fingers and hands, but not this time which is great. My fingers

    usually are raw and I have to wear gloves. I use Tea Tree oil to try and dry it up.

    kapumaka@hotmail.com

  7. My daughter and I both do. I just try to stay moisturized. Thanks!

  8. I don’t, but my daughter does. We use products made for sensitive skin.

  9. chantal cooper says

    my daughter does- we use her prescription when needed and special soap

    chantal cooper
    chantalgiardina (at) yahoo (dot) com
    thischattanoogamommysaves.blogspot.com

  10. I do and I use different anti-itch products along with different products that I can soak in the tub with.

  11. Shannon Baas says

    My niece does.

  12. I don’t, buy my 6 month old daughter has it all over and so far we have found no relief. We have used aquaphor, oatmeal baths, olive oil, coconut oil, zyrtec, cortaid, eucerin and a steroid ointment which helps a little but then it comes back. I’m desperate!!!

  13. I do suffer from eczema. I use alot of lotion and hypoallergenic skincare products.

  14. Cassie Moreno says

    I do on my arms, I use vasaline and aloe.
    Cassie
    cjm92995@yahoo.com

  15. Jackie Kempf says

    My son suffers from eczema and has since birth! We have tried EVERY product out there and I am hoping this one will work!

  16. I don’t, but my toddler does, and has since he was an infant. We use bath oil every time he bathes and cream, not lotion, after every bath.

  17. my kids have eczema and we use a cream everynight for relief

  18. Nope, just really sensitive skin.

  19. Katherine D. says

    My sister does and she can’t figure out how to help it or soothe it 🙁

  20. Jessica Howson says

    I have mild eczema and my daughter suffers from moderate eczema. I personally use my steriodal presciption cream. My daughter uses a slew of things: oatmeal soap, gentle naturals eczema line, steriodal rx cream, non-steriodal rx cream, and Aveeno ezcema cream.

  21. I don’t suffer but my daughter does. We use hydrocortizone when it gets bad

  22. My 6 year old has eczema. We use Aveeno oatmeal bath and Gold Bond lotion.

  23. I don’t but my father-in-law and sister-in-law do.

  24. I don’t suffer from it, but my niece does. Use lotion.

  25. Erica Victoria Yingling says

    i do not, but my daughter does!

  26. My 3 month old has excema- I am still learning how to help him. He gets very few baths & I try to keep his skin moisturized

  27. BreeAnna McManus says

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  28. I do not suffer from it, but my son did. I used a thick cream and limited his contact with the things that hurt his skin!

  29. yes i do… it’s unsightly and sometimes painful. i experiment with different creams, etc to try and relieve it

  30. Lori Davis says

    My daughter suffers from Excema. I use Cetaphil lotion and also when it gets really bad we use a prescription cream from her pediatrician. Gentamicin.

  31. such a great product especially now with winter here

  32. Carrie Baird says

    I don’t but my kids do, especially my daughter. She has used everything from hydrocortisone cream to prescription medications. wgbc144[at]yahoo[dot]com

  33. My oldest daughter does and I use expensive lotions specifically made for eczema relief

  34. Nora Scott-Platt says

    My middle child suffers from psoarsis. It sometimes is so bad that my heart goes out to him. We use lotions and creams and sometimes it just becomes so expensive to treat. We use steroids, I ‘ve used burts bees lotions, I have used some creams from body and bath, I have used nexcare cream and eucerin seems to help the least.

  35. Terra Eash says

    Yes, I have eczema. I use a prescription medicated cream for breakouts which works very well. I also keep the area moisturized to help prevent breakouts.

  36. Desiree Dunbar says

    My brother-in-law has eczema and would give this to him.

  37. No but but dry itchy skin of use lotion a lot
    stanleybilly(at)bellsouth(dot)net

  38. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    My husband does he just uses lotion
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  39. My son has suffered all of his life and now his son and my other grandson do. I would really like to find something that helps

  40. Ann Marie Walker says

    2 of my daughters suffer from it terribly. We use a combination of things, petroleum jelly, lotion and hydorcortisone.

  41. I don’t have eczema, but I have extremely sensitive and reactive skin that’s also very dry. I can’t use anything with fragrance, and neosporin and bandaids give me terrible rashes!
    blue65829 at aol dot com

  42. shirley pebbles says

    I do. I usually try to use some l\kind of medicated lotion.

  43. kathy pease says

    i dont but my 19 year old daughter does it comes and goes but i am not sure what she uses i think it might be exederm

  44. yes i currently use eucerin

  45. My daughter does, and we haven’t found anything non prescription to help. Will give this a shot, though….

  46. My husband has skin issues, we’ve tried a few things but it’s still there.

  47. Jennifer Wery says

    No, my son and husband have it. They are worse in the winter

  48. renee walters says

    I do suffer from it and use anti-itch products and Benadryl when it is unbearable. Happy holidays! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters
    Bored2quickly@hotmail.com

  49. Brittney House says

    I dont have eczema but my daughter does.

  50. my sister suffers from this and it’s been horrible for her since she’s been pregnant.

  51. Yes, I have eczema. I use dye-free and fragrance-free lotion.

  52. I do and I use triamcinolone to help control the itchy rash.

  53. I don’t have it but my hubby has it. He currently uses hydro-cortisone lotion when he flares up, but I would love to see him use this stuff to prevent it.

  54. Jennifer R says

    I do not suffer from it but my daughter does. We have to keep her moisturized and use only mild soaps and shampoos daily. For the bad flare-ups we use a mild cream the doctor prescribed to help. reejen at comcast dot net

  55. barbara hunt says

    Thanks for the great contest!
    bahjeep@aol.com

  56. Kortney Picker says

    My daughter is currently suffering from dry skin on her face, hands, and feet. We are currently trying different techniques but nothing has worked so far, but I will take some of the suggestions on this page, thanks!
    petchk79@gmail.com

  57. Soaks and lotions.

  58. I tend to use lots of vaseline rubs on the problem areas.

    hazel
    hwilcox2008@gmail.com

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