CeraVe or Cetaphil or Amlactin? Eczema, Dry Skin.

By AmazinglyAnh . Created on Jan 09, 2019
I’ve dealt with eczema all my life, and I’ve yet to have found a good topical cream or lotion that will keep my skin hydrated and moist without feeling sticky and oily. I used Cetaphil here and there but I, for some odd reason, cannot maintain moisture. For CeraVe, I’ve used it but it so expensive to buy and I use tons of cream and lotion. AmLactin it makes my skin feel great but it is expensive and makes me feel sticky. What items do you guys like?
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CeraVe

CeraVe

Cetaphil

Cetaphil

Amlactin

Amlactin

Vaseline

Vaseline

By Hope
on Jan 9, 2019
Gold Bond

Gold Bond

on Jan 9, 2019
Aveno

Aveno

on Jan 9, 2019
Aveno

Aveno

on Jan 9, 2019
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Melissa F. said on Jan 30, 2019
Raw Coconut oil, naturally healing, anti: bacterial, fungal, good inside and outside the body. Drinking lots of water, eating as fresh as you can, vitamins and good probiotics.
My daughter suffers from both eczema and psoriasis, her outside didn't start healing until her insides/immune system were better :) She's tried so many products, over the counter and prescription, ...
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Cetaphil
Anonymous said on Jan 28, 2019
I've had eczema all my life too. My dermatologist recommended Cetaphil or Cera ve. Whatever you go with though, make sure it's a cream instead of a lotion.
Gold Bond
Eddie said on Jan 25, 2019
Euc
Gold Bond
Robert said on Jan 20, 2019
I chose Gold Bond only because Eucerin isn't listed.
Aveno
Anonymous said on Jan 18, 2019
Vaseline too greasy and I don't know the other brands.
Aveno
Anonymous said on Jan 16, 2019
The best thing for eczema is vegetable glycerin
Anonymous said on Jan 16, 2019
Eczema is a gut issue. It is a symptom. You treat the issue the symptoms go away. But goat milk soap or lotion helps with eczema.
kittyroara said on Jan 16, 2019
You should try my cousin's body butter. It had only natural oils in it that your skin will absorb and USE, which will increase moisture and prevent further drying. A baker in Nfld. (who makes the friggin tastiest chocolate granola I have to say) recently bought some from her after trying a sample because he said it's '”he only thing that has actually moisturized my hands and kept my skin from getting ...
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