Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment, Advanced Therapy, 14 Ounce Jar (Pack of 2)
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- Free of Fragrance and Preservatives
- Hypo-Allergenic and Non-Comedogenic
- Able to absorb three times it weight in water
- Ideal for sensitive irritated skin
- Recommended by Pedatricians
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Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment, 14 oz
Aquaphor – a gentle and effective formula recommended by dermatologists, pediatricians and pharmacists – is an essential multi-purpose ointment ideal for the entire family. It is a skin protectant formula with glycerin, bisabolol (chamomile essence), and provitamin B5 to moisturize, soothe, and protect to enhance healing.
Safe for Delicate, Sensitive Skin
Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment protects dry, cracked, irritated skin, which helps enhance skin’s natural healing process. It is fragrance-free, preservative-free, and dye-free, making it safe for your baby’s delicate, sensitive skin.
Use Aquaphor Healing Ointment to protect your baby's skin from dry, cold weather, drool rash, and chafed skin, as well as diaper rash. It is clinically proven to reduce diaper rash within six hours, without the zinc-oxide mess.
Ideal for the Entire Family
In addition to tending to skin care needs of babies and children, Aquaphor Healing Ointment provides effective moisturizing relief for dry skin associated with Atopic Dermatitis (eczema). The multi-use formula soothes, moisturizes, and protects to help heal dry, cracked heels, chapped lips and hands, minor burns, and any patches of dry, rough skin, making it ideal skin care for the entire family.
Size: 14 Ounce (Pack of 2)
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Top Customer Reviews
Several patients have this cream prescribed to them by their doctors its so good.
I highly recommend this cream to everyone that suffers from dry, cracked skin!
Thank you for reading my review.
UPDATE July 2013:
So I write this review in 2008. No other reviews for 3 months then a few throughout the years then this spring there are suddenly over 150 new ones and my review gets not helpful over 20 times in 2 weeks. Seems fishy if you ask me. Thanks a lot fellow "reviewers"
This is the only product that has helped his skin condition. If we use it on him twice a day his eczema is nearly non-existent. It has worked so well on him that I started using it after I shower and it has made a tremendous difference in my skin. I don't have eczema but in the winter I end up with severe dry skin and this is the only moisturizer that made a difference.
The only downside to this ointment is that it goes on greasy and can take a few minutes for the greasiness to soak in. I prefer not to put on any good clothes right away in case some of the grease transfers to my clothes before it soaks into my skin. If there is a greasy spot or two on the clothing then using powder on the spots helps to get it out (let the powder sit on the greasy spot for a few minutes or more so it soaks up the oils, then brush the powder away). Even though it goes on greasy I decided to give it 5 stars because it is an 'ointment' rather than a 'moisturizer,' and it does what it is supposed to better than any other product we have tried.
There is one mistake I made recently I thought I'd share. I was at a Walgreens looking to purchase more, and chose the store brand over the Eucerin Brand. Big mistake!!
The store brand product immediately liquefied in a sort of filmy, slimy liquified version of something that's meant to soothe and coat your lips with moisture. Upon further research I found a few interesting facts...
First, both products do contain the key ingredient of Petroleum (41%). However, the Aquaphor brand contains other Inactive Ingredients listed as: Mineral Oil, Ceresin, Lanolin Alcohol, Panthenol, Glycerin and Bisabolol. The "Store Brand" lacks the last three I've listed in the Aquaphor Brand. The difference is quite shocking. Could this be why the store brand is such poor quality as compared to the Eucerin brand? I don't know, but I'll never buy store brand for this product again.
Be sure to check labels before you buy store brand to make sure it really is similar to the name brand, otherwise you might find that you've saved a $1 on something that turns out to be a waste of money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The only diaper rash ointment on the market that actually works-I went through many different types before finding this. It work amazing-don't bother with any other kind.Published 5 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I liberatly applied this ointment to my sons bum after a bath and made sure his skin was dry before application. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Krogers
I was a Balmex mommy til I tried this! This works so much better and faster at healing up diaper rash than any other cream I have tried! Highly recommend! Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Meaghann
This product is wonderful for healing skin problems including skin irritation in the elderly or bedridden. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Marty
Great to keep at anywhere where changing diaper could happen.Published 2 days ago by Value-oriented Buyer