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Unlike many petrolatum based products on the market, this hydrating cream does more than preventing trans-dermal water loss, it restores skin natural barrier and truly moisturize skin through replenishing water in skin.This product helps to sooth eczema symptoms, and improve skin texture. It restores healthy looking skin, especially for infants, babies and young children with eczema, irritant contact dermatitis, or severely dry skin and scaly skin. Its light and non-greasy formula is very gentle and nourishing even to the most delicate and sensitive skin of infants. A single application in the morning will keep the skin hydrated throughout the day. For dry skin, additional application is recommended. Long term use of LEMYKA natural hydrating cream will minimize the frequency of future flareups. All LEMYKA natural skincare products are proudly manufactured and packaged in the U.S.A. By making all of our products here allows us to keep a close watch on quality.
When we decided to try out the LeMyka cream, the first thing I noticed was the color. It is a bit of a tan color and of course I was concerned that it would stain her clothing. Nope, once it is rubbed in to her skin, you can not tell it was ever there, except for the feeling of it on your skin. It is weird, it is like the cream absorbs and it feels like you just rinsed her off with a little bit of water. She has had no weird reaction to it, so we shall see how it does. I can say that it does not appear to be getting worse, but I can not see that it is all better... yet. I am thinking her case is a severe one and it will take a bit longer. Yes, I am still using it and so far so good. I do hate that it is $45 for the tube of it, but as the doctor and I discussed, some of the other "less expensive" options are just a mild form of help and in the end we end up spending just as much on it. I think we will keep using it like we are and see what the end result does for our case. If we have it when Broxton has a flare up, I will use it on his skin and get his reaction as well. Fingers crossed I don't get his view, as it is pretty painful from what he says.
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