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1.0 out of 5 stars Caused redness & burning!!, April 22, 2012
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This review is from: Episencial Snuggly Lotion - 8 oz. (Health and Beauty)
I really wanted this product to work. It was so highly recommended by a friend and my daughter has been suffering from dry skin & a rash for months. I tried both the snuggly lotion and the soothing cream. Two things happened. First the soothing cream made her scream, squirm and cry like she was in pain from the second I put it on her skin. It actually made the rash redder. I felt so bad I used a wash cloth to take it off. Hoping it was just a one time thing I tried it again the following day and the same reaction. The snuggly cream made her squirm in discomfort. I will not be using this brand on her again as it is obviously causing her distress. Sadly I also tried the snuggly lotion as I didn't want to waste it and within 15 minutes my arms felt warm and got very red! I don't know what is in this brand to be causing these reactions but it won't work for us.
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Initial post: Oct 9, 2012 7:04:47 PM PDT
Erin Murphy says:
This just happened to my child, too! It looks like blisters! Did you ever determine what ingredient was causing it? This is alarming to me, because all of the other Episencial products work great and cause no allergic reaction!
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