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Top 10 Eczema Creams

Updated on March 17, 2014

Getting Relief From Eczema

If you or a loved one are suffering from eczema, that's what it's all about - getting relief! Atopic eczema is the most common type of eczema and that is the type that we will be talking about. Even though over 70% of eczema conditions start in children under five, many extend to adulthood as well. Eczema is a condition that is characterized by inflamed irritated skin, rashes, and intense itching.

As hard as living with eczema and it's flare ups, there are ways to find relief. I have included tips about ways to avoid flare ups, minimize them and gain relief from them when they happen. I know that living with eczema can be miserable at times. You can deal with lack of sleep and embarrassment as well as the soreness, inflammation and itching from eczema. I make no claims that any product or treatment will cure eczema since that would not be feasible or honest!

Read on if you, your child or a loved one is dealing with the symptoms of eczema and you would to help find relief.

While you may read some recommendations of certain products here, you should carefully consider the listed benefits of each to see if any sound like they may apply to your own unique situation. If you select the product, you will be taken to the website where you can read actual customer reviews, which I believe are invaluable in making a decision. Again, I make no guarantees. I am just sharing the knowledge I have gained. Please do not take these ideas as advice not to see your doctor or seek a physicians assistance.

What Are the Best and Most Effective Eczema Treatments? - Top 5 Eczema Creams

Consumers voted to make these eczema creams among the top 5!

Aveeno Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream For Sensitive Skin, 7.3 Oz
Aveeno Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream For Sensitive Skin, 7.3 Oz

Soothing oatmeal and natural ingredients have been helping eczema sufferers for over 60 years! Excellent customer reviews!

 
Vanicream Skin Cream With Pump Dispenser,16 oz
Vanicream Skin Cream With Pump Dispenser,16 oz

Non greasy and easily absorbed, this cream is a favorite for those with eczema. The reviews speak for themselves!

 
Neosporin Eczema Essentials Daily Moisturizing Cream, 6 Oz
Neosporin Eczema Essentials Daily Moisturizing Cream, 6 Oz

Works fast and doesn't dry out your skin. You can even use it on your scalp as a shampoo!

 
Cortizone-10 Intensive Healing Lotion Eczema 3.50 oz
Cortizone-10 Intensive Healing Lotion Eczema 3.50 oz

Relieves intense irritation and really helps get rid of dry skin!

 

13 Tips To Coping With Eczema

1) Avoid allergens like pet hair and pollen.

2) Avoid perfumes, harsh soaps and skin products containing alcohol.

3) Do not take very hot showers or baths.

4) Wear cotton clothes, and avoid tight fitting clothes.

5) Avoid dust and sand.

6) Avoid sudden extreme temperature and humidity changes.

7) Watch out for food triggers like dairy, eggs, wheat and nuts.

8) Try to minimize stress and anxiety.

9) Moisturize your skin daily after bathing to help control eczema

10) Keep fingernails trimmed short to control scratching.

11) Wear gloves when you need to put your hands in water.

12) Use cold compresses to help control severe itching.

13) Drink at least 8 cups of water a day and keep your skin moist.

Symptoms of Eczema

Main Symptoms of Eczema:

Skin is red and/or inflamed.

Small raised bumps on skin.

Itching that can keep you awake at night.

Itchy patches of skin.

Lesions that thicken when scratched, can be scaly or crusty

Blisters that ooze fluids.

Ears may have a discharge or bleed.

Skin pigment changes.

Brownish grey or red patches of skin.

Best Eczema Creams For Babies - When You Need Extra Special Loving Care

Top 5 customer rated eczema treatments for babies!

Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream For Dry Skin, 5 Oz.
Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream For Dry Skin, 5 Oz.

Natural oatmeal formula gently soothes and relieves itchy,dry skin. Recommended for over 60 years by pediatricians.

 
Triple Cream Severe Dry Skin/Eczema Care, 8-Ounce
Triple Cream Severe Dry Skin/Eczema Care, 8-Ounce

Really works on dry skin patches and lasts all day long according to customers!

 
Babyganics Eczema Care Skin Protectant Cream, 8 oz, Packaging May Vary
Babyganics Eczema Care Skin Protectant Cream, 8 oz, Packaging May Vary

Gentle and plant based formula relieves itching, and brings relief. Tube is long lasting.

 
Mustela Stelatopia Emollient Cream, Daily Baby Cream for Extremely Dry to Eczema-Prone Skin, Fragrance Free, 6.76 Fl. Oz.
Mustela Stelatopia Emollient Cream, Daily Baby Cream for Extremely Dry to Eczema-Prone Skin, Fragrance Free, 6.76 Fl. Oz.

Soothes discomfort and brings back suppleness to your baby's skin. Excellent reviews!

 
Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy Skin Protectant, 14 Ounce, Pack of 2
Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy Skin Protectant, 14 Ounce, Pack of 2

All purpose skin protectant ointment. Many happy customer reviews!

 

Understanding More About Eczema

Check out these excellent information sources to learn more about ezcema.

We are interested in hearing about your eczema experiences!

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      hagensswiss 

      4 years ago

      I have tried on my son eczema with steroids and lotion during flare up. My wife stayed half walk at night to prevent him from scratching his face and body due to intense itching while sleeping. After using the steroids and lotion, the eczema subside for a day and reappeared again. I even brought my son to National Skin Clinic. I almost give up hope and cry until I was being introduce with a Natural Handmade Cream which made the redness dry skin disappear after 3 days of usage. Most important, it slowly stop the severe itching at night. My wife was very happy that she can sleep well at night and my son too which terrible scratching. My teenage son continue his normal activities life again after suffering for around 6 months. Kindly contact me at email support@allcaninvest.com if you need further info.

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      VictoriaThurman 

      4 years ago

      In most cases, when eczema comes, it's already right there without one knowing that it's already happening to them. I've been suffering from this skin condition in the past, good thing I came to natural methods from eczematreatmentnow.com which helped me a lot to manage it. Keeping your skin moisturized is really important, it somehow eases the burn-feeling and redness and lessens too much irritation on the skin. Excellent lens!

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      Diane Ellen 

      4 years ago

      @OUTFOXprevention1: Sorry to hear about your sister's troubles. Hope there are a few ideas you can find to help out!

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      OUTFOXprevention1 

      4 years ago

      Great info. My sister suffers from this from birth. Thanks for sharing!

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      dermaved 

      4 years ago

      I am an Ayurvedic doctor with my own practice in London and have been treating skin disorders for many years. The main factor in treating skin disorders is diet, you really need to drill down into the persons diet and lifestyle to get to the bottom of the disorder then treat with herbal medicine and my own skin dermaved skin cream made with Neem. For more info contact Dr.Deepika Rodrigo at dermaved.com

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      anonymous 

      4 years ago

      Great lens :-) I found going gluten free to help with Eczema and Asthma....give it a try, also sugar can be a trigger too.

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      shcolton85 

      4 years ago

      Stopped using steroids. Pretty addictive. Switched to organic products I've found at gentlyheal.com

    • Diane Ellen profile imageAUTHOR

      Diane Ellen 

      4 years ago

      @anonymous: I know what you mean. It is very stressful and frustrating to deal with.

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      anonymous 

      4 years ago

      The first time I discover the disease, it was stressfull, let alone the pain I went through. I thought I was bewitched, it's really frustrating and even people do not know how to express the disease

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      razelle09 

      4 years ago

      haven't yet experience one, however your lens would be a great help if i've encounter one

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      TapIn2U 

      4 years ago

      I never had any experience with eczema and thankful about it. Sundae ;-)

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