Amazon: Cetaphil Eczema Calming Body Moisturizer ONLY $8.42 Shipped (Awesome Reviews)

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Calm Dry, Itchy and Irritated Skin!

Hop on over to Amazon where you can score this highly rated Cetaphil Restoraderm Eczema Calming Body Moisturizer 10oz bottle for just $8.42 shipped when you clip the $2 off coupon and opt for Subscribe & Save.

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  1. Susan Wallace

    Thank you! My 16 month old needed this badly!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  2. Jay N.

    This works okay for mild eczema patches and as an all over body lotion but it wasn’t near as strong enough to help with more severe flare ups. Thicker balms and creams work better and I used them in conjunction with wet wrap therapy on both my children.

    • Mobeen

      What is wet wrap therapy?

      • Cortney

        Yeah tell me more about wet wrap therapy!

      • riss

        Go to national Jewish health website. I think they have a video on how to do it. Or nationaleczema.org

      • Jay N.

        There are different adaptations but basically you wet the area during your bath. Then while the skin is still damp moisturize with a thick cream. And then cover with the wet layer which helps your skin really absorb the moisture. Then to keep your kid warm layer with a thicker outer layer. For my son we used two layers of baby leggings for flare ups on his arms and legs. Then loose clothing on top.

  3. Pmludin

    Awesome! My husband could use this!

  4. Jenny

    My daughter has had some of the worst eczema her Dr. has seen, she’s 15 and has had since a few months old. Wet therapy is the number one thing we’ve ever done!!!!! Right after a bath she’ll glob her lotion or Vaseline, whichever she’s using at the time, and put on long johns, a long sleeve top and pants and socks on feet and hands soaked in warm water, and cover with layers of sweats until she’s warm. In the morning she’s like a new person. When she was real young she’d actually ask if she could do wet pajama that night if her skin was starting to act up.

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