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|By Don on Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - 03:14 pm:|
i was born with eczema and have been hnvaig it my whole life (no break outs though)my mom used baby aveeno on me and gave me oatmeal baths, it helped with me because i never really had any bad break outs.she also used keri lotion on me and the dr had prescribed me some cream to useim hnvaig my baby in 2days and i stacked up on the baby aveeno.
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|By tamara on Thursday, February 09, 2012 - 05:13 am:|
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|By stavros on Saturday, November 27, 2010 - 11:07 pm:|
I am originally from South Africa and can confirm that I used to get hold of oilatum in South Africa, to be honest I dont know if its still available because I live in the UK now and I was young when in SA so my mom took care of all the meds... I do seem to remember something about them pulling it from SA markets but dont quote me on it.. If u have no luck its well worth you finding someone who can send you a nice load of oilatum products or maybe amazon.co.uk.. I have had fantastic sucsess with it..
|By Stavros on Saturday, November 27, 2010 - 10:55 pm:|
OILATUM IS MY MIRICLE....
I would love to share my experiance with all u fellow sufferers out there, I too have suffered from severe atopic eczema since birth, I am 24 and have had a flare up that has lasted almost 18 months, I have constantly been using Eumovate(moderate steriod) through this flare up without results, it got so severe that i was put on a course of oral steriods for 5 days combined with potent steriods, this did help to get the flare up under control but as we all know once we stop the steriods and creams we back to sqaure one... well not this time my miricle has been OILATUM, I used to use it as a child but not as often I started using it again during my steriod treatment(5 days) because by the grace of god my sister bought me a bottle and forced me to use it and have continued to use it twice every day.. IT is magic... you can get the shower gel witch is fantastic or just use the bath stuff in the bath and the shower... It is my miricle. Its been two weeks without a steriod cream or pill or antihistamine and no itching my skin is softer than i can ever remember it being and I am probably happier than ive been for years cus I finally feel like ive cracked it... I know every one of us are different and differnt product help different sufferers but if you havent tried oilatum religously for a week or two, do me a favour and go out there and get some... If it works for you like it has for me its dam well worth the investment... please post your results or experiances.. best of luck....
|By Romy on Monday, November 01, 2010 - 10:51 am:|
Can I get Diprobase Cream in South Africa? I have searched myself to no avail? Similarly for Oilatum Cream. I'd be grateful for help. Many thanks.
|By janeywaney84 on Friday, September 17, 2010 - 10:42 pm:|
I have suffered with eczema since birth and the best thing for me is oilatum in showers and bath, sanex moisturising shower gel i find gentle to wash, double base gel or aqueous cream to moisturise and steroid cream for flare ups, also for the really awful cracked sore type of eczema especially on hands, docs can give a very waxy type of stuff, can't remember what its called now, but if you buy cotton gloves and slap it on and wear gloves over night it helps amazingly. But i must add all thse creams and moisturisers can sometimes just be slightly helping an underlying issue. I for example have a wheat intolerance and a yeast overgrowth in my gut which can play havoc with my skin. I highly recommend to everyone with skin problems going to see a specialist for allergy and intolerance testing, not through your doctors neccesarily as they tend to not always believe in food intolerances and will just treat surface problem.
|By ARRABEG on Friday, August 06, 2010 - 02:09 pm:|
ARE OILATUM PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN SOUTH AFRICA ?? IF SO WHERE??
MANY THANKS PAULA
|By Goretty on Friday, August 06, 2010 - 03:59 am:|
can anyone help?
My 3 month old baby has a dry scalp despite using olive oil, at times with red patches
|By Goretty on Friday, August 06, 2010 - 03:45 am:|
I hv a 3 month old baby with serious eczema,my doc prescribed oilatum soap n PHYSIOGEL cream. His skin is still dry n very itchy,also hs red patches on the head and face. pls heeelp!
|By eczema hater 1 on Wednesday, June 23, 2010 - 07:37 pm:|
for Atopic eczema flaring up use Cetraben emollient cream as a moisturiser and to prevent any more flare ups use synlar steroid cream 1 in 10 dilution for the face and synalar 1 in 4 dilution for the body this is what i have been using and it is like magic good luck to all with managing your eczema
|By billy on Wednesday, June 23, 2010 - 01:26 am:|
i have had severe atopic eczema flaring up on my face and recentley on my body i have used many creams and not all have worked but ive now recentley found a cream that is a magic try using cetrabenemollient cream. it moisturises perfectly but dosent always work first time if it dosent try using a topical steroid cream to prevent the eczema flare ups and you should see an improve ment i have after using both for 2 days now hope it works for you m8
|By everydaymom on Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 11:16 pm:|
Can QV flare up bath oil use for long term? My daughter (7 years old)has been using it for months and it works well on her eczema skin.
|By washyrem on Wednesday, November 05, 2008 - 10:08 am:|
Hi - just thought after reading all of these messages that I should share my experiences as a 41 year old with a 2 year old daughter. After years and years of trial and error, major skin eruptions on the face from age 19 and horrible itchy eczema all over the combination I have found works for both of us really well is Infaderm Bubble bath followed by Cetraben cream. When the face erupts i use Dermol for washing. Now I rarely have any problems - and Lottie is OK provided she lets me cream her properly (not always th case). She wears cotton pjs with mitts at night which helps a lot. And yes - winter is definitely the worst time - the constant contrasts between hot and cold is awful. Keep your house cool!
|By Morpheus on Tuesday, August 12, 2008 - 07:51 am:|
I don't know what you've used before Milly but there are lots of emollient creams that you can get on prescription: diprobase, oilatum cream, oilatum gel, aveeno cream, epaderm, emulsifying ointment, Unguentum M,calmurid etc and many more!
I don't know who told you that vaseline is 'bad' - I know they say that petroleum based products ultimately dry out your skin but I've never found that personally and when my skin has been bad in the past vaseline was the only thing that I could use that didn't cause irritation. I used to get it on prescription as White Soft Paraffin in a 500g tub (WSP is basically vaseline just not the brand name).
A lot of people seem to experience irritation with water based emollients. I certainly did. I use the WSP on my face every morning without any problems (and have been doing so for years). On the rest of me I use a lotion. You've just got to try different ones until you find one that agrees with you.
|By Milly on Monday, August 11, 2008 - 11:17 pm:|
I have been using doublebase gel on my face for the best part of a year, at first with good results. However gradually I've had more and more flare-ups - large red blotches appearing, really sore and occasionally my whole face has swelled up including eyelids - very uncomfortable and disfiguring. The soreness is now every couple of days and I'm despairing! I'm prepared to accept it could be any number of things but have begun to dread putting the gel on as it stings so much. I'm going to leave it off now for a while to see what happens, but what can I use instead? i've had a reaction to aqueous cream - I just need a plain old moisturiser. Why's vaseline so bad for the skin?
|By ash on Sunday, August 10, 2008 - 10:25 pm:|
Am so stress at the momet.My daugther suffers from eczema,from she was 5mths she started with some rashes.ave tried most of the ointments,creams and steriods which makes her itch more, an more flare ups.She is now 3years,she suffers alot. can someone help me find the best cream to use on her skin. her skin is very dark at the moment.
|By miss allergic on Saturday, March 08, 2008 - 06:54 pm:|
Hi there louise, something which I could recommend for using in the bath is Dermol 600 or for using in the shower is Dermol 200. They are very moisturising for the skin and they contain an antimicrobial ingredient to prevent infections. I have used these two products for years now and really recommend them. I follow up using them with either Dermol 500 moisturiser or Doublebase gel. Hope this is of some help.These products are available on a script from the doc in the uk.
|By Jimbob on Saturday, March 08, 2008 - 07:54 am:|
My son reacts badlt to oilatum plus and balneum plus. We did use aalgo (a dried seaweed product) with success for a while but to be honest we find that just plain water and then applying an emollient afterwards works best.
|By louise on Friday, March 07, 2008 - 10:52 am:|
I've used oilatum plus and it didn't suit me at all. Made my skin break out in hives and itch-really horrible. I use balneum plus at the moment which seems to be a lot better. I can't speak for everyone though. Also E45 bath oil is quite good because it only contains 2 ingredients. It did make me a little bit itchy though, but not as bad as oilatum. Also, i use doublebase before a bath, to create a protective layer.
|By Jim on Thursday, March 06, 2008 - 10:53 am:|
Hi, has anyone used Oilatum Plus or QV Flareup ? If so, does it work and how often do you use it ? I'm a bit scared of using it because it's got triclosan in and I'm afraid the bacteria will become resistant.
|By Bay on Sunday, October 14, 2007 - 05:06 pm:|
When my ezcema gets really out of control I head to Salon Sante for a seaweed wrap. Jil if you ask will put it in your scalp. The seaweed gets all of your toxins out of your body that creates the eczema. My eczema is healed for a month on average.
|By Bay Mackall on Sunday, October 14, 2007 - 04:56 pm:|
No, my arm hair is not darker. That would have to do with hormone changes I would think.
|By lynn on Friday, August 17, 2007 - 02:44 pm:|
is double base gel sold in south africa.
|By billi on Thursday, March 15, 2007 - 09:01 pm:|
i need help urgently ive started coming out with these ugly blotchy patches of rash/dry skin on my cheeks its like flaring up. i need a name of a cream that will help my condition!
|By kelly on Friday, February 02, 2007 - 01:11 am:|
hi i dont no if this will help but as a eczema sufferer i was born with it and found that thickly layering my skin wiv diprobase and wrapping bandages on top the heat helps the skin moisturise all the cream i am now 23 and only flares up in cold wether but u neva no wen the bad times will flare up again. my newborn son has got it too and it has helped him dont be affraid to use steroid creams as it does thin the skin over years of use but a little is a big relief to that sore flamed itch she will be suffering with. : )
|By leena on Thursday, February 01, 2007 - 06:08 pm:|
i totali understand where your coming from but theres bot much you can do to treat a 3 year olds skin as different oiuntments will ruin her skin and her skin will go thinner before the age of 20. so at the moment i would recommend you stick to the bathing solutions and then maybe when shes older use stronger creams.
|By moomin on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 - 08:49 pm:|
Can anyone help?
My friends daughter, who is 3 years old, suffers quite a lot from eczema and my friend has just bought some Infaderm moisturising bubble bath.
She is wondering if you can get it on prescription?
She has had other creams etc from the doctor but they have'nt been suitable
|By lilly on Friday, November 17, 2006 - 10:35 pm:|
my doc has put me on a course for three mnths to block out my allergies to milk. soya. wheat, eggs and nuts. the tablets i take is called citrizine dehydrochloride and its really gud as it doesntjust effect the inner body but also the outer.
|By trish on Friday, November 17, 2006 - 01:19 am:|
Hi, you have got to try lucas papaw ointment as i have tryed everything and most only worked for a week or two but papaw ointment has cleared up my eczema completely!even my doctor said he will tell people about it
|By Karen on Wednesday, November 15, 2006 - 09:18 pm:|
I can totally sympathise with you. My daughter suffered the same at that age. We were given steroid cream and Aqueous cream. The steroid cream made her little cheeks look like an od sea captain all worn and weathered and the aqueous cream made her skin even drier. I found out that the ingredients in most of these treatments tend to be liquid parrafin which is a derivative of petroleum. Apparently it puts a coating over the skin, like clingfilm, so that the skin cannot breath. As you are probably aware with eczema the skin needs to breath and to stay moisturised. I found that a bath containing only organic oats wrapped in a cloth followed by oiling her damp skin with olive oil worked a treat. I didnt use any soap or shampoo at all.
|By wheatfreecured on Wednesday, November 15, 2006 - 06:39 pm:|
Has all allergies been ruled out... Cow's milk, soy milk, breast milk... it could be something that you are eating..Sometimes, the skin presents with what is going on inside of the body and creams and oils just relieve the symtoms not the underlying problem.
|By rav on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 - 07:15 pm:|
my daughter is 3 months old and have been using oilatum bath oil and has worked well, but her face is not clearing up i used double base cream but it seems to making it worse.... my gp said he can not give nothing eles so ive orderd a cream from the net recommended by a few family members i will see if it works.. dose any body have any suggestions for my baby
|By ken on Wednesday, October 25, 2006 - 05:56 pm:|
hi i have a black dark undearneath my umbolical cord its realy dark and itchy sometime ive got a rash skin n each time i scratch it it goes woth am using witch doctor gel used eurax before also double base cream and aureomycine nothing help could any1 help me thanks in advance am 26 years old
|By vassy on Saturday, October 21, 2006 - 10:08 pm:|
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|By tabs on Friday, October 20, 2006 - 07:09 pm:|
i am an asian girli was jus wonderin creams have different effects on different skins so would aveeno cream work on me?
|By Manda on Tuesday, October 10, 2006 - 11:46 pm:|
My 8 month baby has just been prescribed with the AVEENO CREAM. I was wondering whether there should be an expiry date on it. All I could find is this code 1706/2NS on both the box and base of the tube.
Also, is the cream better than the lotion?
Many thanks in advance!
|By helenleo on Tuesday, October 03, 2006 - 12:46 pm:|
My eczema definitely gets worse in the winter. I think it is the cold harsh weather and stuffy central heated rooms which aggravate it. A tip for night time is to leave a bowl of water near a radiator (if its on) so that there is always moisture in the air.
|By laeela on Wednesday, September 27, 2006 - 05:23 pm:|
hey. im glad i found this webpage as it has answered a lot of questions i woukd have asked.
but i just wanted to ask do you think eczema gets worser in the winter.
if anyone can get back to me that will be great.
|By sania on Monday, August 14, 2006 - 08:38 pm:|
thanx for getting back to me.
|By sania on Monday, August 14, 2006 - 08:36 pm:|
try diprogel and aqeous cream (can be prescribed by gp's) and after it has cleared up there may be a few dark patches left but that can also be treated by bio-oil which is now sold in ay pharmacy and costs around £10 but its worth it.
so give it ago.
|By jav on Monday, August 07, 2006 - 07:11 pm:|
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|By Gina on Saturday, July 29, 2006 - 04:12 pm:|
There are fodds which help eczema and foods which can make it worse. It also depends on whether you have eczema due to allergies.
Get allergy tested. Meanwhile one of the best foods is carrot. It is proven to help prevent and clear uo eczema. Other good ones are butternut squash, seeds (pumpkin seed are a good bet), almonds, apricots(avoid dried ones as they are high in histamine, green leafy veg, heering, linseed oil, mackerel, mango, nuts (take care due to allergies, cantaloupe melon and avocado.
Eczema sufferers tend to be deficient in zinc, magnesium, B and C vitamins. Anything which contains these should help.
Avoid all high histamine foods - vinegar, alcohol, concentrated tomatoes, berries. The list is quite endless. I wrote the whole list under a chat on allergies about a month ago, on this sit if you can find it.
Good luck and remember if you change your diet you need to find replacements for any nutrients you might be losing out on. THis is why it is best to get tested and consult with your doctor.
|By sania on Friday, July 28, 2006 - 11:26 pm:|
is there certain things you shouldent eat if you are an eczema sufferer.
mine sometimes flares up really badly, so i was just wondering is it what im eating thats causibg this problem.
please get back tp me if you have any infomation.
|By Gina on Monday, July 24, 2006 - 06:41 pm:|
You can use aveeno forever and can get it on prescription to save paying for it. It will prevent your skin drying out in the first place. You should use it daily preferably twice a day or as required. If your eczema is really bad and you need to get rid of it quickly despite what most people think a short term steroid cream (hydrocortisone) will be fine. Ask the chemist for a 1% solution it is very week but will clear the problem quickly. Just don't use it very often if you can help it.
Let me know if I can be of any other help.
Hope it goes well.
|By sania on Sunday, July 23, 2006 - 09:28 pm:|
thanks for replying back, i am very greatful for your advice.
i just want to know how long will i have to use aveeno for, and is it effective.
thanks for taking time out to read this. u rock!!!
|By feroza on Sunday, July 23, 2006 - 09:24 pm:|
hey, i've got eczema and the thing is that i've got these really bad red blotches, and everytime i look at it i seem to start scratching more,
it's mainly on my hand, thats why i can't wear short sleeves in this hot weather and i feel that im not normal,
so pleaseee if anyone's there that had the same problem or still has a problem with eczema, can you pleazze tel me the best cream to use!
|By Gina on Saturday, July 22, 2006 - 07:25 pm:|
Try aveeno cream you can get it from the chemist without prescription and it is totally natural. It is really moisturising.
Apply after a luke warm bath with oilatum also available without prescription.
Have a good wedding
|By sania on Monday, July 17, 2006 - 03:03 pm:|
i need a bit of advice im only a 16 year old and im an asian. i have got some realy bad dark wrinkly patches on my arms and im also really self concious about my skin.
plus, we have got family weddings coming up this summer and i wanted to wear short sleeves but i cant because of my problem.
what can i do?
|By fmb on Monday, July 17, 2006 - 02:58 pm:|
i also have eczema and recently my doc gave me double base it so true that it clears up your skin plus it also cleanses ur skin, dont know if any of you users have noticed it but it does.
i think rather than spending money on herbal or chinese medication your better of with aqueos cream and double base.
also i have heard that if you are left with dark patches on your skin the new bio oil is good so get out there and give it a go.
|By Dee-Dee on Wednesday, June 14, 2006 - 09:25 pm:|
Hi I use to never suffer with eczema before until I arrived in the U.K. a year ago. It is really getting me down. I have tried E45 and aqueous cream but it burns and inflames my skin. Doctor prescribed steriods cream but it did not work. It started on my legs and seems to be travelling to my arms and hands. Please help.
|By DAL on Wednesday, June 14, 2006 - 12:42 am:|
Hi, I'm 26 years old, and have had dermatitis since the age of 10 (plus I have asthma, and varies other allergies) .. To be honest, I have found it difficult to control my symptoms when I was young, but now I finally OK (thanks to my new doctor). If you have problems sleeping, skin is itchy, and u feel hot then u need Antihistamine tablets!!!! I know people say they donít work I sleep a lot better now and donít have itching problems at work or while doing sports (judo/gym/running)...also I have found Aveeno Cream really affective (plus Doublebase Cream and Olive Oil are really good).
You have to make changes to your lifestyle to...example: for me; Iím allergic to dust mites so I changed my bedding covers/pillows, etc, wooden flooring etc. All these changes have really helped! Be careful of steroid creams! Long term use can damage the appearance of your skin. some doctors donít tell u that.. i used it for 6 years and doctors tell me after that it not good for long term use (thins the skin, pigment problems, makes skin look unhealthy)..
If u need more info: u can e-mail on email@example.com or e-mail me if u have any tips!
|By Peaches on Thursday, May 25, 2006 - 10:25 pm:|
i am 20 yrs old and have severe atopic eczema there are very few medications that have worked on my skin, betnovate as a steroid cream epaderm and doublebase as emollients and balneum plus bath oil.
Oilatum seemed to make my skin itch really badly all over as soon as my skin was in contact with it and for hours after it drove me crazy so had to stop using it. Another cream which worked was metosyn but was stopped as a prescription cream and i have never been able to find it since has anybody seen it??
|By Lorraine on Wednesday, April 12, 2006 - 01:24 pm:|
i am desperately trying to find a remedy for my son who is two years old and has eczema.gp has said to use any regular moisturiser,alternately with aqueous cream but this is not stopping my sons itching.it is now preventing him from sleeping at night and causing discomfort in the day.previously i have used eumovate,fucidin h hydrocortisone %.These only worked for a short period and then the eczeme came back with a vengeance.
|By samly on Tuesday, March 28, 2006 - 01:41 pm:|
Our daughter's eczema is really very bad, all over body and scalp. we used diprobase cream, it did not work. Discontinued dipro and used almond oil on body and coconut oil on scalp. I should not say it didnot work, it moistured the skin a bit, but the rashes stayed up& down, one morning we noticed her face really flared up and she scrathed allover her face I contacted GP,he prescribed doublebase cream and hydrocortisone 1%. Now started using it since two days .let us see the result. we are much worrid about our daughter skin condition
|By janval on Sunday, January 22, 2006 - 04:57 pm:|
My husband has really bad ppp on the hands at the moment, and the itchng is driving him insane.(Not to mention he's bleeding all over the place when the skin cracks. Hope nothing serious happens to him, cause the poilice would see the 'splatter' marks and think I've done him in! LOL). He's using Timovate - and still itching/losing bits of his fingers all over. Anyone got ideas for something to stop the itch??
He hs a pre-payment certificate.
|By firstname.lastname@example.org on Wednesday, January 11, 2006 - 08:43 am:|
vaseoline and baby oil is extremely bad for skin, it does not allow the skin to breath you are smothering your skin. use only natural oil , GHEE you can buy at whole foods. johoba oil. nothing from a drug store. I just have been to so many people i just want to pass along the info
|By Chris on Monday, October 31, 2005 - 08:30 pm:|
I'm a 47 year old woman who has ecema for the first time ever. I know that there are no proven links between stress and ecema but as I separated from my husband in March I can't see any other explanation. My doctor has prescribed Trimovate Cream and Doublebase Cream but the itching and stinging is still driving me mad. Can anyone offer any advice?
|By deb on Wednesday, April 27, 2005 - 11:05 pm:|
my son has had eczema since he was six months old,he is now 21yrs old.we have tried everything under the sun and the only thing that makes him feel better is oilatum plus bath formula in every bath and apply loads of diprobase cream (not ointment as the ointment made him feel itchy)oilatum is available on prescription but we purchase it in tescos approx £9-00 if we run out.he still gets severe flare ups but has learned to cope with them,only use non-bio washing powder and nothing with lanolin.
|By Papaw on Sunday, January 16, 2005 - 11:16 am:|
How about vaseline, I've heard to stay clear if you can. My GP/homeopath recommended something very similar in texture... "Lucas' Papaw Ointment" (Carica Papaya, 39mg/g fresh fermented fruit), made in Australia. This, along with a special diet (formulated after taking a hair test for food sensitivites) has worked a treat on my 20-month-old son who at 2-5 months old had extremely bad eczema.
I've just searched on the web and it's available at http://www.youngagain.com/pawpa.html
|By clare222 on Friday, January 07, 2005 - 11:32 am:|
I've been using double base gel for 2 weeks now and it has cleared my skin up really well, I feel a lot more confident now!
|By Vic on Tuesday, December 28, 2004 - 03:50 pm:|
I think you have to try it on a small patch for 24 hours and see, like with everything. I find Vaseline really good, but I know other people who react to it.
|By how about vaseline on Tuesday, December 28, 2004 - 02:07 am:|
is it ok to use vaseline on a babies skin after baths or is the petroleum not good for the skin?
|By patti on Friday, August 20, 2004 - 10:37 pm:|
I think I had every moisturiser under the sun and used every steroid cream including dermovate which I used on a regular basis ... then my dermatologist prescribed doublebase gel, with tacrolimus ointment for when my skin flared up. The doublebase has been wonderful, and in 2 months I have used the tacrolimus twice... I feel like a new person!
|By eczema on Saturday, July 10, 2004 - 12:02 pm:|
i found hydrolatum was very good.
you can buy it online.
|By elliedee on Tuesday, May 04, 2004 - 12:06 am:|
i have just started using the oilatum bath oil in my 4 mth old daughters bath and i've found it really helps her, i wasn't sure at first but i persisted and thankfully it's paid off. Her skin is so much better and then after patting dry i apply a little oilatum cream. I talked to the pharmacist about the cream as the gp had prescribed the adult version and i was worried it would be too harsh on her delicate skin. The pharmacist said that there was no difference between the two creams and that they both contained exactly the same thing!!
|By leo on Saturday, March 13, 2004 - 05:28 pm:|
Hello, does anyone including a doctor know or have a red rash on one or more of thier triceps mine is moderate it goes from about the end or middle of my tricep all the way to the bottom of my underarm..what kind of cream should i use and is this eczema or psoriasis?
|By TK on Monday, November 10, 2003 - 06:23 pm:|
Could anyone recommend a good website to purchase Oilatum from? Does this come in cream and ointment varieties? If so, which is preferable?
|By Ram on Saturday, July 19, 2003 - 05:00 pm:|
I have used Oilatum bath oil for quite a few yesrs after a stint with Dead Sea Salt. This I find is the best treatment, along with Diprobase cream as a moisterising soap alternative used either during or after bathing.
The price is obviously a problem but paying the £60 up front for a prescription prepayment certificate is definately worth the investment.
|By Sarah on Sunday, March 23, 2003 - 08:41 pm:|
I have now stopped using the Double Base Gel as I found it too greasy but I found it left my legs very smooth. I might try it again soon but for now am back to using Diprobase Cream. When I was seeing the Dermatologist last Tuesday, I was given 10 tubes of Dibrobase (50 grams) and also a large tub of cream (500 grams) so this should last quite a while and is useful for going on holiday. I'm going to Spain for 2 weeks next Sunday and am hoping my skin will benefit from the sun.
|By Carole on Sunday, March 23, 2003 - 01:04 pm:|
Double Base Gel is available in 500g pump dispensers from any Pharmicy for a whopping £13.00. - It is white like a cream, but wobbles like a jelly (in the dispenser) and disappers completely on contact.- This is why I have a prepayment certificate (This costs around £30 every three months), that way all my prescriptions are free. When I did pay, my GP would write a prescription for 4 x 500g pump dispensers. So it is still more economical to go thru your Doc. And even cheaper if you're eligible for free prescriptions. (You may still be able to get your prescriptions free if you are a low wage earner - ring your local Social Security Office for a form, I think it's NHS1).
I love the gel because it always feels cool to apply, even in summer. It doesn't make you sweat the way oils do, and doesn't leave a creamy residue to be spread around. It doesn't interfere with other treatments (though they must be applied before the gel). I can even go swimming occasionally by applying this first - within five minutes maximum there's nothing left on the skin.
I'll be interested to know what you think of it.
|By gin on Wednesday, March 05, 2003 - 11:56 pm:|
If you haven't tried Diprobath, try it, it's the best I've found. It's a bit expensive and I don't know if you can get it on perscription.
|By Sarah on Wednesday, March 05, 2003 - 05:33 pm:|
Hi Carole, is the Double Base Gel better than the cream. I didnt realise they did the gel. Please let me know.
|By Sarah on Wednesday, March 05, 2003 - 05:32 pm:|
Hi, I used to use Diprobase Cream but since it has been hard to get in the pharmacy I have bought a tube of Doublebase cream to try. So far it seems very moisturising and ive used it on my hands and face. The tube was expensive - £5.25 but if i like it i'll go to the doctors and ask for a tub on prescription.
|By Carole on Tuesday, March 04, 2003 - 07:58 pm:|
Try Double Base Gel. Your Doctor can prescribe it (I use a prepayment certificate). It's the best moisturiser I've ever used - I use it on my face as well. Creams make me sweat (and itch) and lotions disapper too quickly.
It can be used before and after showering/bathing - just leave it five minutes if applying before. (Any treatments should be applied first). Good luck.
|By James on Saturday, February 15, 2003 - 06:52 pm:|
I have been using diprobase cream for 10 years now, but my eczema has suddenly become very severe, My skin is extremly dry and hot, the cream, although moistrising, now seems to bring me out in a red rash! I habe since tried Oliatum cream, E45 and a few others does anyone no a good gentle but effective moisturising cream?? Help !!
|By axa on Monday, June 17, 2002 - 06:02 pm:|
my pharmacist has just told me that Oilatum cream is no longer available in 80g tubes, only the (more expensive) 40g ones. When you get thru the amounts of the stuff we do a bigger tube is handy - not to mention the fact that it works out cheaper.
Are other people being told the same thing?
If this is common and others would like to see the 80g tube back could you post a message here to support the idea? That way I could write to Oilatum asking for the 80g tube to be reintroduced and point them to the list here.
|By eczemavoice on Saturday, September 01, 2001 - 10:38 pm:|
by sae - copied across
I'm using Diprobase on Sam throughout the day. I've also got a 2.5% Hydrocortisone, 1% Hydrocortisone cream and a potent steroid (for when things get really bad) from the doctor. To be honest I try to keep their use to a minimum. Sam has a bath most nights using Infaderm bubble bath which seems to agree with him (Oilatum didn't seem to make a difference). I was using natural sea salt which seemed to take the redness out of his skin but also dried it out. I've also had Piriton syrup but this seemed to have little effect on him - it certainly didn't make him sleepy.
Recently I went to a Chinese herbalist who gave me a powder to put in his juice and said to expect a result in 2 to 3 days. His skin does seem less inflammed but I'm a bit wary about what is actually in it, although I was told it was safe.
After his bath I grease him up with the Diprobase and put him in a cotton babygro so he can't scratch his feet. He usually goes down quite well but from about midnight he's then up 5 or 6 times every night. I can't just leave him because he ends of ripping off his babygro and scratching himself to pieces.
|By Betty on Thursday, July 12, 2001 - 07:43 am:|
Good idea! Thanks!!
|By Clair on Wednesday, July 11, 2001 - 09:16 pm:|
Just a thought about bath additives - it might be worth adding them to the paddling pool too, because I was told that the benefit comes from soaking in the stuff. I don't actually use Oilatum, my daughter Efiah reacted to it, but we use Dermol 600 (emollient and antiseptic) on prescription. I don't think there's a limit to how often you can use it - whenever water contact is necessary, as I understand it.
Wishing you lots of splashing fun!
|By Betty on Sunday, July 08, 2001 - 08:34 pm:|
As previously mentioned, we get Oilatum Bath Oil on prescription for our 20 month daughter. I don't see anything about soya on the bottle but it does have "wool" products in that cause reactions in some people.
I was recently trying to persuade the doctor to prescribe the Nanny Goat Formula Milk, which we still use as all other milks seem to make things worse. Alas no joy! And it costs us £7.95 a tin which lasts 3-4 days! But worth it to keep her clear-ish!
|By Sab on Friday, July 06, 2001 - 12:38 pm:|
On Oilatum, I thought this might be of interest to everyone. I was using the Oilatum Junior cream for Katie (no peanut oil) and had to pay £4.99 a tube as it was not availabe on prescription and this only used to last about 5 days. I called the manufacturers to see if it was going to be made availabe on prescription and was told that the adult version, Oilatum Cream is exactly the same stuff and IS availabe on prescription. So, if anyone is paying for Oilatum Junior Cream ... don't!!
I haven't tried the Oilatum Bath Oil ... we used to use Balneum but it was soya based, so had to stop as Katie is allergic to soya. What's in Oilatum and is it avaialbe on prescription?
|By Betty on Thursday, July 05, 2001 - 12:15 pm:|
I get Oilatum Bath Oil and Diprobase on prescription for my little girl. The bath oil seems to work well and we certainly notice the difference to when she comes into contact with normal water in the paddling pool etc.
|By tom on Thursday, July 05, 2001 - 09:35 am:|
I use Oilatum bath oil and I find it extremely beneficial. I use the oil in every bath and it does help keep my skin supple. I also use Oilatum cream immediately after the bath and this helps too.
On the downside they're not cheap, but make sure you get the pharmacy version. These come without a fancy box, are twice the size and costs just a few pence more.
|By Davinder on Wednesday, July 04, 2001 - 08:19 pm:|
We are keen to hear from anyone who uses Oilatum Bath Oils - how do you get on? Please let have both positive and negative feedback. We can then pass this information on.
On a separate issue you may be interested to know that Oilatum Creams no longer contain peanut oil.