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Eczema / dry skin home solutions?

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    Hi Liquorice, can I know where you got your 2x75ml for physiogel AI? I go to watsons and mannings all the time but never seen it before. It would be helpful for me to get bigger tubes since my child is such a huge user.thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carey View Post
    Inkmink, Is it possible that I have the Chinse herbal water recipe in Chinese language? I want to make no mistake about it.".
    sorry Carey, I don't know Chinese! I wrote the recipe down in my "own translation", went to a Chinese shop and asked for it. The shop keepers (been to 3 different ones so far) all understood me fine.
    Last edited by inkmink; 09-03-2011 at 10:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gataloca View Post
    If your baby skin turns red after bath, it might be the water temperature being too high. My baby skin used to be like that, but now we bath him in warm, almost cold, water. We also use emulsifying ointment instead of soap.
    Agree with gataloca. Sounds like the water might be too warm. My daughter's bath water is also lukewarm. And we bath her very quickly - no more than 10 mins. We use California baby sensitive shampoo and bath. My little one reacts to emulsifying ointment - it contains sodium lauryl sulfate.

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    [QUOTE
    What do you do with mild rash on the body that doesn't seem itchy? Do you just put cream on it? I am not totally against Steroid cream but am careful not".[/QUOTE]

    We moisturise every few hours and monitor the rash. If it becomes less, continue with just moisturising, if more, steroid is used.

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    Trttrt - that is great news! It feels so wonderful to see clear baby skin, as it should be isn't it? Please keep us posted!

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    Hi trttrt, sorry, I think I might have confused the products. I have checked and mine is just Physiogel cream. Not Physiogel AI. Anyway, I bought it from Watson's or Manning's in Telford Plaza. I cannot remember which but I am going to Telford Plaza on Wednesday so I'll be able to say which one later.

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    Wink Recommend you to proceed the skin prick test

    Recommend you to proceed the skin prick test.
    Allergist, Dr. Adria Wu in Prince Building

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    Quote Originally Posted by trttrt View Post
    Hi Liquorice, can I know where you got your 2x75ml for physiogel AI? I go to watsons and mannings all the time but never seen it before. It would be helpful for me to get bigger tubes since my child is such a huge user.thanks!
    Hi, my 4-month old has eczema as well. I bought a box of physiogel AI cream (2x75 ml tubes) from Manning plus at IFC mall yesterday.

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