Natraderm and Eczema

Baby Eczema, Dermatitis and Psoriasis
Welcome to Natraderm
Written by Admin   
Monday, 25 September 2006
natraderm eczema treatment
New 150ml Size

Welcome to the Natraderm skincare and eczema advice page. From here you will be able to share information on treatments, including those suitable for babies, with fellow users and read through selected news and good quality dermatitis related content on topics such as infant or baby eczema, skin rashes or irritations, and new treatment methods. The Eczema Info section contains useful information not just on eczema, but on a range of topics including atopic dermatitis, psoriasis and other common dermatological conditions. From here you will be able to share information  and read selected news and good quality dermatitis related content on topics such as infant or baby eczema, skin rashes, irritations, and new treatment methods.

 
Answers to many of your questions can be found in the FAQs section. Alternatively, find out what our customers have to say in the Letters and Reviews section. Health News provides up to date and informative content on a range of general health issues of interest to our users.
 
Natraderm is a gentle, trusted skin care range that does not contain detergents, sulphates or corticosteroids such as hydrocortisone. For this reason it can be used on babies and young children. Recently, due to popular demand, we removed the paraben-based preservative and replaced it with a safe, DHA based, Ecocert recognised alternative, which has not been tested on animals and is gentle for eczema sufferers. The new 250ml product is currently only available by mail order, but soon will be available once again in chemists and health shops in the United Kingdom. For more information about skin problems or the Natraderm product range click 'read more'...
Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 March 2013 )
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Eczema Dermatitis and Infant Skin Rash Advice
Written by Admin   
Tuesday, 10 October 2006

Eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, common skin rash conditions and their possible causes. 

Dermatitis and eczema are often considered synonymous and psoriasis is often treated in the same way. They are not infectious. However, such problems may also have internal causes; there may be a family history of hay fever, asthma, or atopic eczema. Predisposing causes are nervous strain and allergic tendencies which further complicates the different treatments available.

Dermatitis (or eczema) is an inflammation of the skin where swelling, redness, itching or a burning sensation is present. Sometimes the first inflammation is felt, rather than seen, as it is immediately beneath the skin's surface . Reddened spots, scales, crusts or blisters may be present, either alone or in combination. It may take a mild form, or be more severe. Eczema is particularly common in infants under three years of age.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 08 October 2008 )
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Review: Baby Eczema Help
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Sunday, 20 August 2006

This is a truly excellent product. I bought it to use on my 5 month old baby boy (now 8 months) who was being treated for eczema by my GP with (product name removed - contact us) cream. It was having minimal effect and very heavy on the skin. I purchased the Natraderm in Framar Health Belfast on the advice of a sales assistant who had used (product name removed) for almost 20 years with little if no effect.

I just wish it was more readily available in shops here. Consultant dermatologists recommend that i cream the baby 10 times a day. A bottle of 125 mls only serves to last 5 days. I find the bottle rather small. Is it possible for you to produce a larger bottle that would also be more cost effective?

Many thanks Jackie H , Antrim, northern Ireland

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 08 October 2008 )
 
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