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    Winter Cream for toddler

    HK Mothercare & elsewhere do not offer the one we got from back home

    20 mo's skin is dry & german brand Bubchen's Soft Cream so far seems to work well but not sure if it can sustain thru winter, any feedback?Or other recommendatons for winter gd for toddler? Thanks!

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    just regular, cheap aqueous cream from watson's or mannings. i have eczema and it REALLY works well....it's also only about $35 for a huge tub!

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    We use aqueous cream too
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    We use Physiogel twice a day since my toddler was 6 months old. She has dry skin and prone to eczema flare-ups on certain areas of her body. Physiogel (the regular one) has no medication and our paed told us that it can be use as often as necessary.

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    Tq all for the info:)

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