Natraderm and Eczema

Natraderm Lotion Review: Hydrocortisone and Boy of Seven Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 17 October 2007

My 7 year old son has been suffering from eczma since the birth. I tried everything the usual hydrocortisone to homeopathy, acupuncture, you name it! But all I was left with was Hydrocortisone that seemed to be the only relief for him in very bad times. Until a few months ago my friend told me about Natraderm, which I abviously tried straight away and what a change in his skin!! Of course every ezcma is different with different triggers but I can only recommand to try it! It is natural and anything better than cortisone! Since then I have thrown away the tubes of cortisone and my son feel 100% better! The only thing is that it is expensive and that it has to be used sparringly and avoid any sore places as it will sting badly! Ant chance to have it prescribed by a GP???

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

Stephanie F 19/9/07

Last Updated ( Thursday, 15 November 2007 )
 

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