Eczema Broke Out On Thigh And Front Diaper Area
Author: Lynn M W.
Skill: Massage Therapist
Word Count: 246
Questions Received: 3
Testimonial ID: 7994-OR
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My son is 2 years old and recently had an eczema outbreak on his upper thigh and front diaper area. I tried everything I could think of naturally (homeopathic creams, coconut oil, eczema lotions, diaper cream, exclusive cloth diapering etc) with no improvement. I decided to call the Pediatrician and he recommended a steroid cream which I wanted to avoid.
I remembered I had some Young Living German Chamomile and decided to try that mixed in with his Calendula Diaper cream. I applied the German Chamomile neat to the eczema, then the diaper cream, then diaper, applied about 3 times daily, or whenever I was doing a diaper change and it had been absorbed.
I also used Detoxzyme and forgot to mention this! I believe both products helped tremendously. I used about 1/5 of a capsule of the Detoxzyme mixed in with his food at every meal. He even liked the taste of the Fennel in the supplement. I love this enzyme and would say it works great for the whole family! (too much may cause loose stools I found, so you can decrease amount used if this happens.) Detoxzyme helps with breaking down the proteins that a young body may have difficultly with-also removed dairy from his diet just in case.
It was really amazing. Within 24 hours I saw a great improvement and within three days the redness, rough skin and inflammation was completely gone. Such a relief for my little guy and me!
Additional keyword(s) assigned by the editor: redness, itchy, rash, diapers, baby, toddler, infant, inflamed.
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