Exederm Eczema Cream Review and Giveaway!

My daughter is two and suffers from mild eczema. It is especially bad in winter with the very dry and cold air – this winter has been brutal for that, which means her breakouts have been worse than normal. When the opportunity came up to try out a new eczema cream, I jumped all over it!

We have tried various topical creams on our daughter to help give her some relief from the itchy and sometimes painful eczema - regular lotions, aloe cream and sprays, and mild steroid cream. Most of these work temporarily, but don’t actually make the red dryness go away.

When I received the Exederm samples, I was pleasantly surprised by the three large bottles that were sent. These items included an intensive moisturizer, a bath wash and a baby eczema lotion. The packaging of each item is simple and clear, containing all of the important information regarding the product.

The one thing I loved to see on each bottle was the list of ingredients that are NOT included. I hate the idea of putting chemicals onto my daughter’s skin and Exederm products have NO fragrance, color or dyes, parabens, gluten, lanolin, propylene glycol or phthalates.

We started with the intensive moisturizer and bath wash. The worst spots were on her legs, backs of her hands and a few spots on her arms. We made sure to really load up her hands with the moisturizer since they are by far the worst affected areas. We put the moisturizer on her hands frequently and on her legs every night. Within a matter of days her arms and legs were fairly clear and the redness was completely gone! I was surprised at just how quickly the spots went away. When it came to her hands, the moisturizer helped to minimize the itching but the redness and dryness was still there. We decided to try the baby eczema lotion on her hands but only saw the same results.

I noticed one night after our daughter ended up in bed with us, that she was scratching her hands quite a bit while she was sleeping. That’s when I realized that as long as she continued to scratch, the patches were not going to go away without some seriously heavy duty steroid cream, which I am just not willing to use. 

We continue to use both lotions and the bath wash since (aside from her hands) it has helped to keep our daughter’s skin relatively clear. I know the warmer spring weather will help to clear everything up as well, but in the meantime I like to keep her as comfortable as possible. I definitely recommend this product for both adults and children who have mild eczema or dry skin. The products are reasonably priced and provide relief within a matter of days. I have used the lotion on my hands as well since I tend to get dry spots in the winter time.

Exederm creams are available to purchase online on www.exederm.com with prices ranging between $12.99-$14.99 per item. Lucky for our MSW readers, Exederm has agreed to contribute some of their products to a lucky giveaway winner! Enter below and good luck!

Must complete first three entires to qualify. Must be 18 years of age or older and reside in the U.S. only. Contest begins on Wednesday, April 16th and ends on Tuesday, April 22nd at 11:59 p.m. PST. 

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4 Responses to Exederm Eczema Cream Review and Giveaway!

  1. I use natural brand products that are mild and gentle for my kids. I also add dry milk to their baths to help keep their skin moisturized.

  2. We use coconut oil for our eczema! Thanks for the great review! We look forward to trying this.

  3. Right now we’re not really using anything because he’s so little. We’re noticing he had pretty dry skin, and I need something to use…

  4. We’ve tried numerous brands- Aquaphor (Baby), California Baby, SheaMoisture (Baby), as well as coconut oil… hoping to try this to see if it clears my little guy’s skin!

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