When Emma was born I was pretty clueless as to which products were safe for her sensitive new skin. Like many other new moms, I bought the products on the shelf from certain brands that have been around for ages. Then I started reading articles about the harmful chemicals they contain, so I began to research alternatives.
All this time, exederm never came up in my search for more natural methods of cleansing and moisturizing, but consider me a new fan. The exederm line is made up of a full range of products from shampoo and conditioner to body lotion, rash cream, and so much more. All products are formulated without the use of Fragrance, Parabins, Lanolin, Propylene Glycol, Color or Dyes, (SLS) Sodium Laureth Sulfate, or (CAPB) Cocamidopropyl Betaine,Phthalates.
The baby won’t be here for several more weeks, but the other day I had the opportunity to test out one of the exederm products when I discovered a very red and itchy burning rash on my body. Apparently the hormones are wreaking havoc on my skin, so I thought I’d try out the flare control cream. It’s not just for babies, you know.
This cream treated my rash quickly and it’s barely noticeable anymore. I’d definitely trust this brand for treating any skin conditions that may arise with the baby.
How much? Exederm products range from $12.99-$14.99, click here to find out where to buy exederm.
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Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell says
I’m really glad it worked so well for you!
Meghan @JaMonkey says
I just got some of this to try as well. My niece has problems with her skin so we are going to try it out on her!