I am now 28yrs old and ive had exzema all my life,at times i will say that it gets so bad till i just dont want to be bothered, when it flares up im really angry and in one of those dont bother me moods. ive tried everything when i say everything i mean everything but just reccently i would say about an yr ago i had one of my flareups and didnt have the money to get the cream tha my doctor had perscribed for and all of a sudden while i was watchin tv a commercial came on talking about the cortizone10 intensive healing creme and lotion, and from that day forward thats wat i have been using and its really good, i mean really it is. I thought that i would never find something that would help me but when i tell u it works i mean it really works,and i can only use dove body soap anything else irritates my skin but i cant use all dove only the dove white or the dove for sensative skin,just thought that i would comment on your post because i know how your child feels, you dont know a person pain until you yourself has experienced it and i am currently experiencing this same situation,but now ive gotten it under control,so if u havent already tried this then you should i promise you u will see results within a weeks time.View Thread
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