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... Remember that eczema is a condition that gets worse with irritants. Its not the irritants that are causing the eczema. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, it absolutely can. My good friend just took her 15 month old to the doctor because her daughter had a bad reaction to sun lotion. She has eczema as well. I believe she is using Blue Lizard sun lotion on her DD. ... (8 replies)
... Yeah definitley. My DS has mild to severe eczema all over his body. Anything with a fragrance cause him to flare up. Vaseline is supposed to work great but for some reason it causes my DS's to flare up. ... (8 replies)

... I know that is eczema too but cap can take up to 8 months to go away gently. ... (8 replies)
... s bathing suit bottoms. I would maybe give her some benadryl and see if that helps clear up the reaction. Alot of times allergic cutaneous reactions can mimic eczema so this may help clear the rash. If this helps i would then switch to a different brand of sunscreen. Hope that helps! Good luck! ... (8 replies)
... My 17 mo has eczema and it has been under control until this past week. The only thing I can think of is that we put sunblock on her. Could this be making it flare up again? ... (8 replies)
... was small it was really bad. Anything on her skin except certain lotions would make it a lot worse. Do you use or have you looked into sensitive skin types of sun screen? ... (8 replies)
... Thank you all for your replies. You are so very helpful!!!!!!! We have been very lucky. She has only had one patch on the back of her thigh the size of a quarter and a small spot on the top of her foot the past year. It hasn't been until this weekend that it has spread. I was silly to think that a baby sunblock would be sensitive enough. She now has it on her arms and... (8 replies)
... Yes.. if the child has a contact allergy to a component.. I have an allergy to propylene glycol and it is in almost all lotions. You should look into skin testing for contact allergens. Dermatologists and allergist both do this.. though allergist cover more allergens in there test. I have Exzyma and Rosecea. I know how painful flare ups can be. (8 replies)




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