Monday, August 27, 2012

Exederm - Ultra Sensitive Skin Care (Now Available at Walgreens) Review


Exederm offers ultra sensitive skincare products for adults, children, and babies who suffer from eczema, dermatitis, and sensitive skin.  Their philosophy is to avoid irritants that trigger eczema - always use the mildest ingredients possible.  Exederm baby and children's skincare line has been honored with a 'Seal of Acceptance' from the National Eczema Association.  All of their products have been specially formulated to avoid harsh chemicals, unnecessary additives and unproven herbal ingredients that may irritate sensitive skin.
~ No Fragrance
~ No Parabens
~ No Lanolin
~ No Propylene Glycol
~ No Color or Dyes
~ No Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS)
~ No Cocamidopropyl Betaine (CAPB)
~ No Phthalates


Unfortunately, Baby Hsu still suffers from eczema!  We were first introduced to Exederm when Baby Hsu was about 8 months old (may read previous post here).  Exederm has a new packaging with a 'Seal of Acceptance' from the National Eczema Association on the label.  And, their products are now available for purchase online at Walgreens.com. The Baby Eczema Cream (intensive baby moisturizer) works pretty well on Baby Hsu.  I religiously slather the moisturizer on him about 3 times a day or more and I notice that he tends to scratch less.  I have tried other lotions and he just scratches like a mad baby. The cream is light and non-greasy and is ideal for children of all ages.  The ingredients in the Baby Eczema Cream include water, petrolatum, glyceryl stearate, stearic acid, caprylic/capric triglyceride, glycerin, ceteareth-20, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, sodium benzoate, and palmitic acid.  The Baby Eczema Lotion (hydrating baby lotion) is the same as the Baby Eczema Cream, which contains the same ingredients.  The only difference is that the cream is in a jar where you have to scoop out the cream and the lotion comes in a bottle where you can squeeze the lotion out.  There's also a slight difference in the texture, but very similar.  The Baby Eczema Wash (cleansing baby bath) gently cleanses delicate skin and is ideal for children of all ages.  The ingredients in the wash include water, decal glucoside, disodium cocoamphodiacetate, disodium coco-glucoside sulfosuccinate, glycerin, xanthan gum, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, tetrasodium EDTA, and citric acid.  Exederm does not cure Baby Hsu's eczema, but it does help soothe his itchy skin.

After using Exerderm products, I am relieved to see Baby Hsu scratch less which means less bloody scabs (HSUper Parents-Approved)!

BUY IT!  The Baby Eczema Cream may be purchased for $14.99, Baby Eczema Lotion for $14.99, and Baby Eczema Wash for $12.99 on Exederm's website.  Currently, you can save 20% when you buy any 3 (use promo code save20) and free shipping is offered on orders over $50 (US and Canada only).  Their products are also available on Walgreens online, Amazon.com, Target online, Drugstores.com, and other retailers (locate retailer).  

Disclaimer:  This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of myself.  Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.  However, for review purposes, I do accept and will keep the products reviewed.

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