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5.0 out of 5 stars No Mineral Oil or Petrolatum, Works on my 5 MO baby with eczema & cradle cap, November 30, 2010
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My 5 month old infant has very dry, flaking skin in patches from either cradle cap or eczema or both. Whenever I used a product containing mineral oil or petrolatum, her condition would deteriorate.

This is one of the very few products I could find anywhere that works for eczema on infants but does not contain mineral oil or petrolatum. It works very well at soothing her skin. I use the lotion often and she drinks it up. I only wish they would develop a thicker cream as well in this line, because I would use that product also.

I would highly recommend this to any infant with very sensitive or dry skin. It is worth the price to relieve the dryness and itching.
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Initial post: Oct 26, 2011 8:52:34 AM PDT
SarahK says:
I think they honestly can't make it thicker because it doesn't use the mineral oil or petrolatum. My son is the same way - either one of those products make his eczema worse. Two nights of this and his skin is almost like new again.
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