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​Best Shampoos/Washes for Baby Eczema

​Best Shampoos/Washes for Baby Eczema

Anne Fairchild McVey

Bath Time is Extremely Important for Baby Eczema.  What Products to Use is Just as Important.

Does your baby have eczema? If so, it’s very important to use products that will not irritate the condition. The National Eczema Association is the best place to find products that won’t irritate eczema. If a product has the National Eczema Association’s Seal of Acceptance, it does not contain chemicals or ingredients knows to aggravate or cause eczema. This is very important at bath time as the skin absorbs the moisture and the products used in the water. If you are using the wrong products, you can aggravate eczema or exasperate an existing condition.

Below are some baby washes that are great for bath time with an eczema baby.


EXEDERM® BABY BATH 

Exederm® Baby Bath has been given a top rating as a product with the National Eczema Association’s Seal of Acceptance. Its formulation does not include harsh chemicals or ingredients that can aggravate eczema or trigger an eczema flare. It is great for babies with eczema or sensitive skin.

SEAL OF ACCEPTANCE RATING: 5 OUT OF 5 Stars

These products do not contain known irritants to eczema or sensitive skin.

Visit www.exederm.com

KISS OF NATURE OH MY BABY!! FRAGRANCE FREE MOISTURIZING CASTILE BODY BAR 

This soap has also received a top rating of 5 out of 5 stars from the National Eczema Association. These soaps are great for baby bath time and contains no harsh detergents and are made of the highest quality plant oils. Visit www.kissofnaturesoap.com

MUSTELA® DERMO-PEDIATRICS STELATOPIA CREAM CLEANSER

SEAL OF ACCEPTANCE RATING: 5 OUT OF 5 Stars

Mustela® Dermo-Pediatrics Stelatopia Cream Cleanser is designed for eczema and sensitive skin and are free of artificial colorants, parabens, fragrances. They are also hypoallergenic and do not contain known eczema irritants.

Visit www.mustelaUSA.com to order.

Always use an emollient immediately after bath time to seal in the moisture from the tub. Eczema skin is extremely dry and needs moisture to help heal the cracked dry skin. This blog will feature moisturizers for eczema next week.