Can your eczema treatment be used on the scalp?

Can your eczema treatment be used on the scalp?   Yes, you may definitely use our eczema treatment products on the scalp. Our products are completely safe and non-toxic even for sensitive skin areas. Most of our eczema products are made from natural ingredients and will not leave a greasy feeling when applied on your…

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What Risks Are Associated With Eczema?

Risks Associated with Eczema “Baby eczema” is a term sometimes used to describe the most common chronic type of eczema when it appears first in infancy.  Of new cases of eczema, 65% are diagnosed in babies less than one year of age. It is this age group of eczema suffers that are the most difficult…

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Can babies have child eczema?

Can babies have child eczema? Yes, babies can have child eczema. In fact, eczema is prevalent among young children. It is stated ten or more percent of infants and children have child eczema symptoms at some point during maturing. As children get older, it should gradually improve or completely clear. However, this is not always the…

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Aren’t parabens harmful to people with eczema?

Aren’t parabens harmful to people with eczema? There are no studies indicating that Parabens harmful to people with eczema. Parabens are preservatives widely used in cosmetic products to protect these products from any microorganism. Most cosmetic companies will use more than one preservative to protect against a broad range of microorganisms.

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How do I use your All Stop Medicated Body Wash for eczema?

How do I use your All Stop Medicated Body Wash for eczema?   For severe eczema treatment the All Stop Medicated Body Wash should be used once per day by washing the severely affected areas with the eczema body wash to eliminate any harmful bacteria, sanitize, and heal the skin.

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