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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?

Sarah x

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