When eczema occurs on baby's face, things could be complicated. For babies less than two years old, non-steroid prescription creams are not available. Steroid-based creams seem to offer temporary relief, but repeated use are necessary. Parents are worried about such repeated use of steroid-based creams, even those over the counter products in the pharmacy stores. When the skin itches, babies tend to rub their face, and when the skin turns red and raw, more content in the creams or the cleansers may get through the skin. In addition, steroids may cause skin thinning, which is one of the common side effects of topical steroids. When skin gets thin, it is more prone to allergic reaction and irritation. It may increase the chance of infection. So what are the options out there?
We'd like to introduce LEMYKA Ultra Gentle Cleanser to you. This mild yet foamy cleanser helps to remove dirt and sweat without leaving skin irritated and dry. Press the pump twice during each wash. Made from plant-based actives, this product is ideal for eczema, acne, and anyone with sensitve skin.
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