Need a good eczema cream to help bring relief to your baby, toddler, or child?
I certainly understand. One of my kiddos has struggled with itchy eczema for years.
So below, we’ve compiled a list of favorite eczema creams for kids, per the milk allergy moms in our community.
Just be sure to talk to your doctor first and always double-check labels and call companies before using, if need be. Hope this list helps!
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If you’re struggling with your child’s itchy, red, bumpy skin…
rest assured, you’re not the only one.
Many of us allergy moms also manage eczema in the family.
Oddly enough, at our house, it’s my kiddo without food allergies who struggles with eczema.
Winter makes him itchy because of the dryness in the house and all the fleece type clothes that we finally quit buying for him.
In summer, his skin breathes better but then getting sweaty flairs his eczema. Behind the knees has always been the worst.
In addition to kiddo, my husband has dealt with eczema his whole life. His hands are so sensitive.
It’s hard to watch them both itch and suffer.
So we are always on the look out for new creams to try, hoping one will be the miracle worker.
I bet some of you can relate!
Then, what works for hubby may not work for kiddo.
Now it makes sense why so many moms recommend so many different products.
It’s really about finding what works best for you.
If I had to pick the one that’s worked best for us in general, it would be Aquaphor (affiliate).
Kiddo keeps it close by, especially in the dry winter months. Fleece is not his friend.
I use it to heal cuts on my hands from washing and drying so much (allergy mom life).
And my kiddo with food allergies uses it as lotion in the winter because it’s safe for his food allergies.
But I knew I couldn’t just post about what mostly works for US…
because your family may need something totally different.
That’s why I asked our readers to kindly share what works for their family’s eczema.
And boy, was there quite an array of answers! As expected.
We’ll list the mom suggestions below to serve as a jumping off point.
Then, be sure to narrow down your options by discussing these products with your doctor, first.
And always check labels for yourself because ingredients can change.
You definitely want to make sure creams don’t contain your allergens.
So without further delay, here’s the list of creams suggested by our eczema moms.
Hope it helps!
ECZEMA CREAMS SUGGESTED BY MOMS
PLEASE NOTE: Please consult your own doctor before trying food, supplements, or other products. Also read all labels and call companies for the latest, most accurate product information.
Aquaphor Bath Wash
California Baby Calendula Wash
Dove Bar Sensitive
Dove Wash Original
Emily Skin Soothers
Eminence Honeydew Lotion
Essential Oils (tea trea & lavender) + Coconut Oil
Free and Clear Laundry Detergent
Honest Company Healing Balm
Lush Dream Cream
Neosporin Eczema Ointment & Cream
Rodan & Fields Smoothe
Vanicream Tub Lotion
Vintage Tradition Beef Tallow
Weleda White Mallow Body Lotion
Big thanks to all the milk allergy moms who made these suggestions.
Allergy and eczema moms can learn so much from each other.
Please join the discussion by leaving a comment with your own eczema suggestions.
We would love to hear!