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    hi, my 6 month old daughter has dry skin,pretty severe eczema. we have tried some ointments like aquaphor,cetaphil etc as prescribed by doctors and also have tried some home remedies like almond oil, neem oil and castor oil.Things help bit but there is not very marked improvement .Skin remains dry and itchy.Does anyone have any good home remedy which has been successful to help reduce this itichiness and dryness?i will appreciate your input.



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    Its better you contact some skin experts.. dont just try anything without your knowledge.. do you know child skin is very sensitive.. so please..

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    you should go for baby's doctor.

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    Hi frnd, i would advice you to take the baby to Ram dev baba's ayurvedic clinic.they will give u a oil for massage,its very effective and reduce itching

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    Hi Friend, please take an advise from a homeopathy doctor. Inn homeopathy, very good medicines are available. For your six month old baby, it will act very fast.

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    thanks everyone for your time and kindness.I will post improvements soon.

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    Hi,
    My kid also affected by eczema, Really we suffered a lot. I had visited so many doctors(dermatologist in US), but no one help us.

    I returned back to india and my grandparents gave a suggestion about this disease.
    They suggested "Sundakkai"s botanical name is "Solanum torvum" and "Turkey Berry" in English,". Sundakkai leaves will cure this disease.

    There is no expense(0$) and no side affect. I have applied that leaves liquid for my kid for 3 months. Now it is totally cured.
    Please contact me i will give the tips. Plz try it.
    [email]kamal_goa@yahoo.com[/email]

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    hi kamal we were trying to contact you by mail.please send us the information.and from where we can get these leaves(in usa or from which part of india) and how to use these.thank u very much.

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    Dear Kamal,

    I.m very happy by seeing your comment on remedy for Eczema , as my Kid is effected this since one week born onwards, now he is 5 months old & still it is not cured so far by using different medicines.

    Kindly tell us this oil can apply to my 5 months old baby boy or not ?
    If we can apply this Oil , Can you please suggest me where can I get Sundakkai or Turkey berry oil and also how & when to apply, as Im working in Dubai but at present my wife & Kid are staying in Vijayawada ( Andhra Pradesh ), and I will appreciate if you can provide the info as soon as possible.

    Once again, Thanking you,

    Srinivas.

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    Dear Kamal,

    I.m very happy by seeing your comment on remedy for Eczema , as my Kid is effected this since one week born onwards, now he is 5 months old & still it is not cured so far by using different medicines.

    Kindly tell us this oil can apply to my 5 months old baby boy or not ?
    If we can apply this Oil , Can you please suggest me where can I get Sundakkai or Turkey berry oil and also how & when to apply, as Im working in Dubai but at present my wife & Kid are staying in Vijayawada ( Andhra Pradesh ), and I will appreciate if you can provide the info as soon as possible.

    My e-mail I.D. is [email]msrinivas9@yahoo.com[/email]

    Thanking you,

    Srinivas.

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    Kamal,
    My 11 months old Daughter has severe Ezcma , We all will appreciate if you reply.

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    reg ecezma

    [QUOTE=Guest;32682]Hi,
    My kid also affected by eczema, Really we suffered a lot. I had visited so many doctors(dermatologist in US), but no one help us.

    I returned back to india and my grandparents gave a suggestion about this disease.
    They suggested "Sundakkai"s botanical name is "Solanum torvum" and "Turkey Berry" in English,". Sundakkai leaves will cure this disease.

    There is no expense(0$) and no side affect. I have applied that leaves liquid for my kid for 3 months. Now it is totally cured.
    Please contact me i will give the tips. Plz try it.
    [email]kamal_goa@yahoo.com[/email][/QUOTE]

    Hi,
    Could u pl advise me where can i get this Turkey Berry as I have 6 year old son and 3 months old girl and both
    of them are suffering from ecezma. Its really hard to manage as I have tried everything from cream to homeopathy but nothing seems to help.They just work for some time and not gone.My email id is ran112002@yahoomail.com.
    Thanks
    Ranjana

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    Eczema cured

    My baby had SEVERE eczema too but it got cured.Like you, I also applied a myriad of creams to no avail. I chanced upon Aveeno cream for babies during my stay in the US and it worked wonders for my baby.I am posting this information as a parent who has undergone several sleepless nights like you because of my baby's problem. Even if one baby gets cured by my posting this, I will be happy.
    So back to the cure : Aveeno eczema relief cream for babies is what did the trick for me. Unfortunately it is not available in Indian stores (I live in Mumbai). So I checked online and found hushbabies.com do sell this product. Although they took a lot of time (nearly 15-20 days) to send me, but sure enough they did and they are accessible through mails when the delay happens.
    How to apply: Initially apply twice (a good amount of quantity say a teaspoon) all over the body - once just after bath and once before she goes to sleep. Since it is all natural, applying it in large quantity will not effect your baby's skin.
    It is a little expensive (It cost me Rs 595 shipping included) but it is totally worth it. Also apply for atleast 3 months before you start expecting results. Good luck!!

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    I think you have to contact with a good skin specialist.

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    Natural baby eczema treatment tips

    Avoid internal allergens - determine and eliminate foods from the diet that cause eczema.

    This is one of the most overlooked aspects of baby eczema treatment. Once the food that causes the eczema has been found and removed from the diet, it can take only few days for the eczema to clear up.

    Here is a list of foods that are known to cause eczema in babies and should be removed from the diet:

    Cow dairy (milk, cheese, yogurt) - replace with goats dairy. Cow dairy in formula can sometimes be enough to flare up eczema. If possible, feed your baby instead of cow diary with breast milk (it is the purest of all milks). Breast milk is an important factor in building up a strong immune system.
    Citrus
    Wheat
    Soy
    Berries
    Chocolate, peanuts and peanut butter
    Fish

    Avoid external allergens - use 100% pure cotton clothes and cloth diapers, use natural scent free soaps and baby shampoo for washing and keep your home dust free. Use creams and lotions with only natural ingredients.

    Cloth diapers are not as cheap and comfortable to handle as disposable diapers because you have to use diaper service or handle the diaper load by yourself, but it is important that your baby's most sensitive parts are in touch only with natural materials to avoid eczema flaring up where it is most painful.

    Use calendula cream, chamomile tea, unrefined olive oil and sea salt baths to soothe and treat the baby eczema.

    Based on many success stories on internet forums, these natural remedies have turned out to be very effective for eczema treatment. You can find more information about them in my previous article titled Natural Cure for Eczema. You can also try Aloe Vera to soothe and heal the skin, but keep in mind that some babies are allergic to it.


    Boost your babies immune system by taking him/her out to FRESH air as often as possible.

    http://eczema-treatment.yourhealthorbit.com/
    Last edited by eczematic; 11-09-2011 at 11:32 AM.

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    Smile try using organic massage oils

    I'm happy to see such lovely suggestions by a lot of people.

    For us what helped was staying away from chemical based products. We moved to organic massage oils and lotions. I had my mom get some for me when she came to visit me in Jan. Particularly one organic oil that really worked for my little boy was the Rustic Art USDA certified baby oil. I ordered a few products online from this website called NaturalMantra.com and shipped to my mom's place. Maybe you can try these. Considering these are certified I was sure what I bought was safe.

    I use it twice a day. Once immediately after a bath and once before going to bed. It really works wonders. I have now started using for my skin too

    Hope this helps.



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