“This testimonial has been kindly offered with written permission.Bee
On a Saturday morning when all of us are spending quality time with our family, a mummy was very worried
Siti Whatsapp-ed me with photos of her 18-month old daughter’s worsening eczema on the chin and arm folds. She said that she was concerned with re-applying the two steroidal medications and that the doctor has prescribed and was looking for an alternative remedy.
Day 1(Saturday) :
Siti: Hi, would like to know which cream is suitable for 18 months old child with flare up on the chin, elbow folds. Currently, she is using ointment, baby wash and cream from the pharmacy but doesn’t seem to work.
Bee: Her chin’s wound is slightly severe. For wounded or scratched eczema, conventional creams will not help but may aggravate the condition. She will need QV Flareup Foam
Siti : Thank you for your advice. Yes, the clinic gave 2 seperate creams for her face and body but both contain steroids and I don’t dare to use it on her.
Bee: It’s a good decision to avoid prolonged use of steroid especially on the face area which is more sensitive. Furthermore, the baby’s face can heal naturally with the correct supporting safer skincare. I would suggest these products for her wounded chin :
- QV Flareup Wash – This is a mild wash with antibacterial and antiseptic properties for eczema flareup.
- Argasol Silver Gel – This is an anti-bacterial, antifungal, anti-viral and contains a food-grade gelling agent which makes it non-toxic and safe for children.
- YNN Pure Emu Oil – Pharmaceutical grade, 100% pure natural oil that helps to heal, protect the wound and minimize inflammation.
After cleansing with the Flareup wash, apply Argasol Silver
Day 3 (Monday) :
If you have a flareup or skin rash that you need us to recommend suitable skincare product and regime to help manage your eczema, you can whatsapp your photos to 98753185 and I will try to respond as soon as I can.
Do note that your results may vary from the photos shown.
~ Bee (Skincare Consultant, Nutrition Therapist)