Eksem Moisturizing Body Cream is a light, petrolatum-free cream that applies easily and quickly absorbs into the skin leaving no residue behind. The non-greasy, scent-free formulation is fortified with vitamins A, C and E to moisturize, nourish and relieve the symptoms of itching, cracked and dry skin.
Improve skin appearance and treat your symptoms effectively without parabens or the dangerous side effects of steroids.
Steroid-free * Petrolatum-free * Paraben-free * Scent-free
Over the past year, I have had several flare ups of eczema on my cheek. They begin with the skin of my face feeling hot and develop into the red, irritated symptoms of eczema.
The last time the hot sensation began I applied Eksem in the morning and again before bed. The next day the sensation was gone and no additional symptoms developed.
After years of suffering with the terrible itching and redness, I finally found a product that works for eczema. Eksem Moisturizing Body Cream.
I have had eczema for 30 years, and it has been primarily on my legs. The very worst of the condition has been horrible itching, most notable through the night. With the consistent itch my sleep is regularly interrupted, perhaps the worst side effect of this disease. Nothing has ever touched the itching, and though I have tried not to scratch I simply cannot help it. The result of scratching is that the redness deepens, cracks and ultimately leaves a scar.
A friend told me about Eksem and I started using it right away. Almost immediately the itching subsided. Immediate means the first day! I applied the cream 3-5 times per day for the first week as my friend suggested and then reduced to 2-3 times per day. All of my symptoms quickly subsided, and then disappeared. I still apply to avoid the return of eczema and I credit this with keeping me symptom free! Symptom free from eczema for the first time in 30 years
I heard about the new $37,000 per year drug for eczema. Once I got my mind past the price, then the side-effects, it takes 12 weeks to work. Eksem gave me immediate relief, so why bother?
I still have my scars to remind me how things used to be before Eksem. I’m glad those days are gone.