Oct 18, 2017

Tips and Tricks For Eczema-Prone Skin

Not too long after my son turned one, I noticed he had a red scaly rash on his legs. My husband and I took him to see the pediatrician, who confirmed it was eczema.

Just in time for Eczema Awareness Month, here are some of the things that worked for us with our little one's eczema –

1. We took our little guy to the doctor. As a first-time mom, we took our son in for everything. I was also on a first name basis with the nurses...#AllTheQuestions #IHadBecomeOneOfThoseMoms

2. We talked to our doctor about ways to help treat his condition, and followed all their tips and tricks. One of the biggest things that worked for us was switching our laundry detergent to a fragrance free one.

3. We kept our son's skin hydrated, and from our experience with him, we do the same for our daughter. Every day (at least once or twice a day) I spread some of Mustela's Stelatopia Emollient Cream onto my kiddos' legs. That's the area I notice they get the patches first.

4. During bath time I make sure and use Mustela's Stelatopia Cleansing Cream. It's super hydrating, and I know that it will be my must-have all winter.

5. If I notice any patches popping up, I apply the Mustela Stelatopia Emollient Balm. This stuff has a rich texture and helps reduce the itching that comes with eczema on my kiddos' skin.

Mustela’s full Stelatopia line for eczema-prone skin has worked wonders on my kiddos eczema prone skin. The products are all fragrance-free and hypoallergenic with plant based ingredients like avocado perseose and sunflower oil. They even just released new cleansing wipes and a foam shampoo specifically formulated for eczema-prone kiddos which you know I’m excited to try!

Simple, easy, and all at my local Target. #winning 

This post is sponsored by Mustela. All thoughts, stories, and opinions expressed are my own. I am not a medical professional. This is just what works best for us.

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