Re: Re: BAD EXCEMA


Tuesday, Dec 14, 2004

Re: Re: BAD EXCEMA

Posted by Valerie on 08/10/03 at 10:19 PM

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My three nieces inherited the skin disease of excema which appeared on them in their infancy as well. The oldest niece is now 4 years old and has been free from excema breakout a majority of those 4 years. Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Buttermilk Lotion for sensitive skin of all ages is the lotion that has worked successfully for our family. Since excema skin is dehydrated skin, it is important to keep the skin moisturized. Using products that don’t contain steroids is a must. The lotion is an all natural lotion that benefits the skin and doesn’t eat away at the skin’s epidermis like the steroid products do. We’ve been using the lotion daily (for 4 years) and the results have been extraordinary. Your grandson needs to build up his immune system. Drinking more water and eating more vegetables is a good start. Decrease the salt intake. Please read the message I posted on the fourth of July, where I’ve outlined my research on the skin and excema in order to give you a better understanding as to how to fight (SUCCESSFULLY)the disease. The lotion cost about $8.00-$12.00 and can be found at ‘Whole Foods’ grocery stores. I became fervent in my efforts to stop my nieces from suffering and my sister and I accomplished what the doctors couldn’t. They’re still learning too.


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