20.5.14

Eczema Creams & Balms Part 2


I am often approached for advice on products for eczema. Back in 2012, I wrote a post and provided a list of natural eczema creams/balms that I knew about and/or used (click here). Obviously, as time has gone by I am aware of more brands which could help people so I thought I would share those here. I've only tried two of these and the rest are on my To Try list.

Allergenics Steroid Free Emollient Cream - some how I managed to miss this from my original blog post. Allergenics have a range of products but I have personally used the cream and have had good results.

Herbfarmacy Skin Rescue Balm - this won Silver in the Problem Skin Category for the Free From Skincare Awards 2013. It is a blend of herbs and essential oils, full ingredients are available on the website.

Soothe Me Dry Skin Fix - this is a blend of Shea butter, Sweet Almond & Avocado

Gem’s Dry Skin Cream - a new discovery for me and they entered the Free From Skincare Awards 2014. This is described as an ointment made with cocoa butter, beeswax, sweet almond oil and a blend of essential oils.

Hope’s Relief - was developed by Melbourne Naturopath Jacqueline Hope. It's ingredients were too strong for me but I've seen many rave reviews for the cream.

Back to Nature Healing First Aid Balm - you may remember I interviewed Amanda (click here) and she told me her Mum uses the first aid balm on her eczema and finds it very effective.

Shaloah Skincare Calendula & Borage Soothe & Repair Cream - a new discovery, I don't know much about this company but their cream popped up in a Google search and it's been on my list ever since.

Pure Nuff Stuff Eczema Cream - one of the very first natural companies I ever came across and it's taken me three years to give them a mention. This cream is a blend of moisturising ingredients (Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter) and essential oils (Chamomile, Yarrow Essential Oil, Marigold, Evening Primrose Oil) 

Moo Goo Skincare Irritable Skin Balm - a company I know from my love of Australia and their entire range is always highly recommended. Please note there a nut free cream available but be aware other products in the range contain milk proteins, all ingredients are listed on website.

I hope anyone with eczema/dry skin finds this helpful. Have you tried any creams from this list?

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10 comments:

  1. My mum suffers terribly with eczema so i might just have to purchase a few of these products for her and see how she gets on, thanks for all the info!! :) xx

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    1. I hope you find something that can work for her, you will have to report back as I'm interested to hear how people get on as I'm always looking to treat my own eczema :-)

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  2. thanks for sharing these. i do have eczema prone skin, and even though my skin has been behaving, it's always great to find new products to try in case i need them. haven't tried any on this list.

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    1. I wanted to create a list for people to come back to when needed, hope your skin keeps on behaving for you :-)

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  3. I've only just stumbled on Moo Goo today in my local chemist! I was going to ask if anybody had heard of them. My son doesn't have eczema, but does suffer from dry itchy skin, especially after using sun cream in the summer. Will give this a go...x

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    1. Fingers crossed it work for your son, I hope so, it's a lovely brand so should be good :-)

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  4. Great post Sarah :) There's definitely a few products from this that I want to try now and some brands I wasn't aware of before x

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    1. I'm pleased to hear you've found some new brands to take a look at :-)

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  5. Thanks for sharing Sarah :-) I'm always on the lookout for good eczema products,it's something I've suffered from since I was a child, and it's so annoying to deal with. The Pure Nuff Stuff cream sounds really nourishing, will definitely be putting that on my shopping list. x

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    1. I'm the same as you Heather had since I was a baby so I understand your annoyance. Would love to know if you buy the Pure Nuff Stuff if it works for you and helps manage your eczema

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