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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
As someone who WAS battling severe eczema, I found this to be a great product--one of the best of the many, many, many I had tried. After 16 months of battle, my severe eczema is down to minor eczema, but I will tell you more about me after I tell you about this product. The 8 oz plastic tube with snap on/off cap says it is soothing skin therapy, perfect for kids and baby eczema. The tube appears strong enough to throw in your suitcase or purse or diaper bag (put it in a plastic freezer baggie just to be double safe.). The tube is about 8 ½ inches long, 3 ¼ inches wide at the bottom, slightly graduating.

The bottle says it is "100% all natural", a combination of organic ingredients. The ingredient list is too long to put it all down but it looks like it is probably all natural. Ingredients are things like organic aloe vera, shea butter, colloidal silver, nettle leaf, organic safflower oil, algin from sea kelp, jojoba oil, rosemary extract, lavender oil, vitamin E oil, etc. (Some of this stuff I took individually to try to help my condition.)

The bottle says it "sooths sensitive skin", and provides relief from dry skin, eczema, mild rashes, insect bites, mild sun burns and more. I have sensitive skin, which was dry and split in places. Because many places were raw, most lotions and creams burned for about 5 or 10 minutes. This product did not burn me. It felt soothing and cooling as it provided temporary relief by moistening my skin.

The bottle says it "restores moisture" through a combination of ingredients that target dry skin. Yes, I believe it does.

The bottle says it provides "immediate itch relief" with its fast acting ingredients. I don't think any product I tried provided immediate relief because my eczema was so severe but this was pretty fast.

The bottle says "no side effects" because it is all organic and all natural. This statement is probably true, at least for 99.9% of the folks. There is always someone around to defy the odds. Looking at the ingredients, if my little boy (now age 38) was a baby, I would not be afraid to try this product on him. (He had a bad diaper rash as a baby. I found out I could not use Pampers on him until he got a little older.)

Eczema seems to be very individual. Some things may work well for one person, and do relatively little for another. It can be a trip to Hades. Some folks, like me, had it real bad. Although many products helped to provide temporary peace, nothing really stopped it. Mine would not heal. It kept getting worse. I used to jokingly call it leprosy, but I was really scared. Stress at work aggravated it more. Some nights, I could not sleep. Even a heavy duty cortisone shot only helped some, but would not clear it. Finally, by the grace of God, my dermatologist realized it was probably one of my blood pressure meds. Sure enough, a common diuretic I had been taking for many years was the culprit. It took 16 months and 3 doctors to figure it out while I suffered. The minute I stopped this med, I began healing. Now I only have a very minor skin irritation. Products like this one work well for me now. I tell you all this to say: Don't overlook the possibility of a prescription med causing eczema, and Don't expect your doctor to figure it out without you saying something. If you have severe eczema, check the side effects of your meds. If it sounds like one of your meds could be the culprit, get on the doctor about it.

Just a few other things that also provided temporary relief when I was desperate: (Of course, please talk to your doctor before doing any of these tricks.)

--Dab apple cider vinegar on the spots/blotches with a cotton ball to temporarily cool them down.
--Spray colloidal silver 30 ppm on the spots/blotches.
--Take Advil (or Advil PM at night) to stop the nerves from jumping.
--Take cool showers to moisten the skin, rub creams on skin without drying off completely to seal some moisture in the skin.
--Rub emu oil into the skin to moisten it.
--Rub coconut oil into the skin to moisten it.
--Dot Milk of Magnesia on the spots with a cotton ball (works for some folks--only helped a tiny bit for me. Burns at first.)
--Also try Aveeno Oatmeal Bath, or at least mix a package with warm water and dab it on your skin.
--bandaids may help on a few oozy/sore spots
--CHECK PRESCRIPTION MEDS FOR POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS.
(Of course,check with your doctor. For example, you may not be able to take Advil and you certainly have to be careful taking too much.)

I also found that my eczema was aggravated by:
--Stress
--handling paper, including computer paper with colored ink
--house heat (baseboard heating in winter)
--and too much sunlight for a couple of hours.

Good luck to you if you are suffering from eczema. Believe me, I know what you are going through. DON'T GIVE UP!!!.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on November 19, 2011
I had eczema on my eyelid for over five months and was using Hydrocortisone 1% and Suuthe's Skin Repair salve with temporary results only. It would keep coming back, even if applied one or both of them every night, multiple times each night. I don't want to get a prescription, so I started looking online for a better remedy. I wish I'd looked around sooner! This stuff is amazing. After only three applications, there is almost no sign of the rash I had. There is no more itching, burning or redness on my eyelid at all!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2011
I purchased this cream for my 3 month old who has patches of eczema all over; I didn't want to have to use a steroid based cream on him. After just a single use I saw a difference in his skin. I can't wait to see the results after a few days of using it! Would highly recommend so far!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on December 1, 2011
I had a patch of cracked, itchy skin that developed on my earlobe. I tried for months to use soap, Neosporin, etc. on it. It was really terrible looking and was not healing. I never realized what it was until I did a google search on it and realized it was eczema. I searched for natural products and found this one but I ended up buying it on Amazon just because I have an account here. I have been using this cream for about 2 weeks and it's 95% gone! I noticed a big difference within the first few days. It's too much of a coincidence to be anything but the cream. I can't wait until it's completely healed, I've never had anything like that before!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on April 28, 2012
For the last couple years,I had eczema around my eyes,nose and mouth. I tried several products, but they just seemed to irritate my skin rather than help it. Grandma's Rash Remedy apparently has mild yet effective ingredients that sooth my skin, and my eczema is gone. I am so thankful to have found this great product!(review by Brian's wife)
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on December 21, 2011
I have severe eczema and was looking for a "natural" remedy to help my skin heal. This lotion had many great reviews and looked promising. I tried it out and found that it really only helps with the itching. It's not moisturizing enough to be used as a primary moisturizer on my dry, scaly skin, but it does calm the itching most days. As uncomfortable as it is, I have found Aquaphor is the best moisturizer (though I go through the day feeling as if I'm covered in sticky honey). I've also begun narrowband UVB light therapy in hopes that this will be "the cure." Good luck!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on June 7, 2012
Finally found a product that I can use daily to help with the itching of chronic excema. This stuff is wonderful!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 18, 2012
One of the reviews talked about the same problem I was experiencing. (Itchy earlobe). I had tried every lotion on the shelf, nothing helped. I found this product by accident through a search. I ordered it right away. It may not work for everyone but I got results after the first use. Might be worth a try.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 13, 2013
This lotion did help a little for the skin itching but did very little to moisturize my sons very dry skin. It would be nice to maybe have these ingredients in a cream instead of lotion, maybe that would help moisturize better
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 8, 2012
I know there is no miracle cream for curing my lil boy's eczema. Bought this cream because it was supposed to be all natural. But it did not heal or worsen his eczema. It can be used as a lotion but it is not very effective for long lasting hydration or does not soothe irritation on application. My son kept itching his spots right after I slathered the lotion on him. I've used it for a week with no improvements so now only use it sporadically.
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