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Product Review from Practical Baby Products and Flippa.

AD RescueWear

AD RescueWear

Posted on February 6, 2013 by Filippa0 Comments

At last, the relief you have been waiting for to calm your baby’s itching skin. AD RescueWear, which has been accepted by the National Eczema Association, has put together a range of special clothes to soothe the skin, lock in creams and to bring comfort and ease to your child’s struggle with Eczema.

Thought about and designed by a couple whose children suffered terribly with eczema, they found that the treatment that worked wonders was Wet Wrap therapy. The therapy worked so well, but the process was cumbersome and archaic. In addition, their son’s regular clothing wasn’t doing enough to keep him from scratching day and night. Knowing there had to be a better way, they set about designing the WrapESoothe Products to simplify Wet Wrap therapy and make life “bearable” for children suffering with eczema.

The WrapESoothe™ Suit and Sleeves are carefully designed with the eczema child in mind. Regular cotton garments can become stiff, baggy and uncomfortable to put on wet. The WrapESoothe™ Suit and Sleeves with flat seam technology and soft, stretch fabric make it easy to dress your child. The fabric stays soft and remains close to your child’s skin, making it more comfortable. Attached hand and feet covers and fully enclosed legs prevent children from scratching and causing further irritation.

The products are made with 94% TENCEL, a fully sustainable fibre made from eucalyptus wood. The fibre and the manufacturing process have been awarded multiple environmental awards such as Oeko-Tex Standard 100, proving that the fibre is free of hazardous chemicals. The TENCEL fibre is smoother and more breathable than cotton with excellent cooling and thermo-regulating properties. The unique fibre minimizes the growth of bacteria, an important benefit to children with eczema.

You can find out more from https://www.facebook.com/ADRescueWear

Put an end to the misery of eczema.

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