What are the Best Eczema Creams for Your Skin?
Do's and dont's to keep eczema symptoms under control.
DO choose an eczema cream that’s dermatologically tested.
The best lotion or cream for eczema is one that has been reviewed by a doctor who specializes in the treatment of the skin, further supporting the efficacy and safety of the product.
Vaseline® Intensive Care™ Deep Moisture Jelly Cream is a cream that relieves itching and irritation due to Eczema. It is also approved by the National Eczema Association.
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DON’T choose a cream with fragrances.
Sometimes creams can include compounds to make them smell better. Stay clear of these, as added fragrances can put you at risk for skin irritation.
DO read the ingredient label.
Moisturizing ingredients, colloidal oatmeal and shea butter to name a few, will leave your skin smoother and prevent further dryness. What’s more, be sure to lather up within three minutes of taking a shower so you can effectively lock in the water your skin needs.*
DO make certain it can be used on any part of the body.
Vaseline® products are versatile enough to be used on the hands, feet, and body. Having these product options can make it easier to treat the areas you need.
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