I’ve done a few reviews on products that are meant to help treat those with Eczema. I recently had a major breakout with the Eczema and it’s even spread to other parts of my body, which is frustrating.
I’m still on the hunt for products that are truly going to help the itchiness, and the red irritated skin. Not to mention, it’s extremely dry in the areas that I had the Eczema outbreak. What I’m looking for is something that could replace my prescription steroid and truly help heal and calm the skin.
This time around, it’s time for quality Eczema Therapy products. I’m testing out three products from Kamedis Dermatology. Their goal is to share their discoveries of effective skin solutions. Their skincare products are made with botanical rhubarb and clinically proven to reduce eczema flare-ups by up to 50 percent. They’re free of Parabens, Steroids, Dyes, and Fragrances, and completely safe for babies.
Eczema Therapy Wash
I’ve been using a bar of soap from DOVE, which was recommended by my dermatologist. I’ll be honest, I was a little nervous about testing this since it’s the first time I’m trying an Eczema Therapy Wash ($12.99) that are made as a form of treatment. This gentle foaming cleanser will help reduce dry, red, itchy skin caused by Eczema.
I have to say, this works really well. The only issue I have is with my feet. I’m allergic to the cleaning products I use in the bathroom, so every time I take a shower my feet get red, irritated and burn a little. The Eczema Therapy Wash does work, but I feel like because of the allergic reaction I’m having, it’s not working at the level it could be.
Everywhere else I have Eczema, this has done amazing things. It’s still a work in progress, but I can definitely tell it’s helping calm my skin. It’s still a little irritating, but it doesn’t get as red anymore, and the irritation isn’t as bad as it normally is. As I continue using the Eczema Therapy Wash, I”ll definitely notice a major improvement in my skin.
Eczema Therapy Cream
Throughout the day, I would use the Eczema Therapy Cream ($20.99). I apply it twice a day: once in the morning and again before I go to bed. I’ll apply this on my feet and put on a new pair of socks. This was a recommendation from my dermatologist. This is going to calm dry, itchy irritated skin due to eczema and rashes.
I’m really enjoying this so far. If I apply this when the skin is irritated, I can feel the skin calming down within a few minutes. It’s working just as good as my prescription ointment, the big difference is that this is not a steroid ointment.
This Calming Lotion ($10.99) is going to instantly soothe and relieve red, itchy and irritated skin. And let me tell you, It does! When my Eczema flares up and gets itchy and irritated, this soothes it almost immediately. I’m not going to lie, I didn’t think it was going to… but it did!
The Calming Lotion is used one to three times a day. I followed the directions and used two applications, 10-15 minutes apart. I definitely have to pick up another one of these, because I actually think it’s working better than my prescription ointment.
Eczema Therapy Final Thoughts
Having to deal with Eczema is a frustrating mess. In order to get my prescription, I constantly have to Pau my $45 co-pay to see my dermatologist when we all know it’s the Eczema. But, she won’t send in refills without seeing me.
I won’t have to do that anymore since I’ve finally found eczema therapy products to replace that prescription steroid ointment. If you’re struggling with Eczema, I highly recommend giving this a try. It’s been working so well for me so far, and it’s super affordable!
If you’ve tried anything from Kamedis Dermatology, let us know your thoughts!
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