Eczema has always been a problem for me since I was a child. I always had the special creams and had to take steroids to control it. I'm sharing this with all of you because if you have a child with eczema, this is at least worth trying.
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My dear friend Karen hasn't turned back since she used this with her first born. This is what she told me about Alyssa's battle.
Alyssa had pretty bad eczema since she was just a few months old. Her pediatrician had us try oatmeal baths, coat her skin with vaseline, and eventually put her on steroids. The steroids worked almost immediately, but because she was just an infant, I didn't want to have her on them for more than a few days at a time.
What I noticed was that as soon as I took her off the steroids, the eczema reappeared. I was finally introduced to the arbonne baby care line a few months ago, and quite frankly, I was amazed.
Within 4 days, I noticed that the dry, patchy skin was no longer raised and inflamed. About a week later, the eczema was almost all gone, leaving behind just some scarring from the 20 months of having it. She's been using the entire baby line for 5 months now, and her skin has never been softer.
The best part is that I know I'm putting a product without any chemicals, steroids, etc onto her skin.
This is her bathtime routine... I put a few drops of the body oil into the bath water. I use the hair and body wash. Then after the bath, I mix the lotion with the oil together for her body.
To purchase the Arbonne Baby Care line, leave me a comment and I'll get you set up. I'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. You can also visit my site http://desiretoinspire.myarbonne.com/ to learn more about it.