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David's Hypoallergenic Face and Body Eczema Balm

We formulated the Lavender -FREE Excema balm (REMOVED the lavender oil) for infants, babys and children with hypersensitivities. The hyperallergenic eczema balm should work precisely the same as our Lavender Eczema Balm product, although, of course, it does NOT come with the lovely smell and color of the Lavender oil.

The hypo allergenic product without lavender oil conforms to the guidelines of Sue Dengate ( see; www.fedupwithfoodadditives.info/) who is prominent in helping children with food additive sensitivities. These children also tend to have eczema and so the Hyperallergenic product without lavender was born after requests from a number of customers. Directions for use are exactly the same as for David's Soothing Lavender Face & Body Balm for Eczema


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  1. I am the mother of 9 month old [baby girl]. She suffers from Eczema, with the worst spots being on her ankles (which are constantly scratched up), her chest, back and back of her head behind her ears. We have tried Sorbolene, Dermaveen, Body Shop Hemp Body Butter, Sudocrem and Sigma Cortic-DS 1% Cream and Ointment. None of these things seem to clear it up for any length of time. Do you have a cream that you could recomend we try for my infant daughter that is ok to use on a 9 month old.
    I would try our 'Hypo-allergenic face and body eczema balm', her situation is a bit complex as she has very itchy spots as well. Our Psorexederm Eczema Cream works very well on the really itchy areas but is a bit messy to use as it is a zinc based cream which you gently rub in then wipe off the excess with a soft cloth. ...ANSWER
  2. I suffered terrible facial eczema during my pregnancy which thankfully has cleared up very nicely. I have used your balm in the last week and found it works well but I do notice that it itches. I suspect perhaps it is the lavender, but I wouldn't really know. Have you run into this problem before? Have you heard of anyone having reactions to the lavender oil? Can you make one (Face and Body Balm) without it?
    Occasionally people are allergic to Lavender and we do make a face balm without it which is ideal for people with allergies. Using hydrocortisone with our Eczema Balm over the top is occasionally needed for flare ups, so try that for 2 or 3 days using the cortisone twice a day and the lavender balm 3 times a day. If this works then cut the cortisone down to once a day for 3 days then stop it. ...ANSWER
  3. My son (23 months old) has had eczema ever since he went off of solely nursing (at 9 months old). It is very bad behind his knees and on his left cheek now... he gets open oozy sores. Our doctor prescribed Elidel last fall and that worked well but is causing cancer in children so we have stopped using it. However, I don't see your hypoallergenic balm (the one w/out lavender) on the site yet.
    ...ANSWER
  4. I was googling, Redness reducers testimonials,and came across your page. I just have a few questions, I use pro-active, it seems lke since i started using it, it works to clear the dryness on my nose , but Irritated my cheeks dramatically. I was thinking about getting this (your) product, but i wanted to find out if I can still wear makeup with this product on and whether or not I should worry about these TWO Products counter reacting and making it worse or causing some other problem
    Our hypo-allergenic face and body eczema balm would help the dry areas if applied after cleansing very sparingly as it has an oily base. Try adjusting the way you are using the proactive products first to see if you can get your skin balanced. This may take a week or two. If you still have dry patches then try our eczema balm just for those dry sensitive areas. ...ANSWER
  5. Came across your web site after doing a search on excema and pregnancy. I have had atopic dermatitis all my life i am now 33, and have had it under control until i recently had my 1st baby. During my 1st pregnancy i developed the most incredible itch all over mainly my arms and back and legs, and was given 20% emulfsifying oint for face , 10% uea for body and 1% sigma hydo cortisone for face, it would usually clear up then re surface it became worse after bubs was born and then used stonger cortisone. I am now expecting baby 2 and it has flared up again more now on my face i am using the same cream again and wet dressings on face but cannot get rid of the redness and stinging on cheeks. it usually takes about a week to go and then i am back to normal for alittle while. Can you help or suggest anything my dermatolgist who i have used all my life is reluctant to try and thing eles and i get so fustrated as i get very embarrassed and usually go out until it has cleared up. the rash is very raw and red, and sometimes feels it is burning.
    Try our hypoallergenic face and body eczema balm which is perfectly safe for pregnant mothers and babies too. It does not sting but is slightly oily. It melts on application so you can apply a thinly colourless layer to the affected area. This acts as a barrier, stopping your skin from drying and stinging while encouraging healing. ...ANSWER
  6. Am I correct in thinking that the remedy ordered from yourselves will be treatable for my 36mths old daughter excema on her face and body. We have remedies from our own doctor to no avail however we are constantly moisturising her skin with protective hydrating gel along with a cream called Fuciden H which contains hydrocortisone Acetate.  Dont think that one has made any difference.  We look forward to using the product ordered from yourselves and hope for the very best.
    The Hypoallergenic eczema balm is the correct product. It is not a gel but is more oily so as to form a barrier to prevent dehydration of the skin with a safe antiseptic chlorhexidine to minimize bacteria irritating damaged skin areas. ...ANSWER
  7. I have eczema on my body which i have cream for and i deal with quite well. However, i am finding that the cream that i use on my body isn't strong enough for my face. I have a good face regimen, including exfoliating, cleansing and moisturising. However the moisturiser i am using at the moment (dermaveen) does not keep me moisturised all though the night. I wake up with a flakey dry forehead and eyelids, and when it gets really bad i wake up with really tight skin all over my face. I really want an intensive cream for my face that will last the whole night. i don't mind if it is really thick and takes ages to sink in. I'm only 21, and i worry that if i don't get on top of my skin now i will end up looking all wrinkley.
    You have pinpointed the problem with many cosmetics! Companies make them feel nice and light but the products don't have enough body to give decent long term skin protection. Our hypoallergenic face and body eczema balm was originally formulated for babies face rashes and eczema and is excellent at protecting sensitive skin as it creates a protective barrier in the skin to keep moisture from drying out. The balm is thick and intensive so just apply it sparingly at night and it should protect you skin all night without any tightness from the skin drying out. It is quite a lot richer than dermaveen. My teenage daughters use it after removing their eye makeup as it is safe to use on the eye lids and immediately relieve the tightness that cleansers cause. 16/07/10

...worst spots being on her ankles (which are constantly scratched up), her chest, back and back of her head behind her ears.

Subject: Eczema Treatment


Hi David

My name is RG, I am the mother of 9 month old [baby girl]. She suffers from Eczema, with the worst spots being on her ankles (which are constantly scratched up), her chest, back and back of her head behind her ears.

She has had allergy tests done which has shown her to be allergic to Egg White, Egg Yolk, Chicken, White Fish and Dogs. Her skin came into contact with egg once and came out red with blister type lumps.

We have tried Sorbolene, Dermaveen, Body Shop Hemp Body Butter, Sudocrem and Sigma Cortic-DS 1% Cream and Ointment. None of these things seem to clear it up for any length of time. Do you have a cream that you could recomend we try for [my infant daughter] that is ok to use on a 9 month old.

I look forward to hearing from you. RG


Subject: Re: Eczema Treatment

Hi RG,

I would try our hypo-allergenic face and body eczema balm, her situation is a bit complex as she has very itchy spots as well.

Our Psorexederm Eczema Cream works very well on the really itchy areas but is a bit messy to use as it is a zinc based cream which you gently rub in then wipe off the excess with a soft cloth.

(None of our products sting as by now you have probably found out some = products on the market do sting when applied.)

Try the Hypo-allergenic eczema balm first applied liberally 3 times a day. If the situation has not improved within 2 weeks let me know.

A good site for food allergy sufferers is http://www.fedupwithfoodadditives.info/ This is a good guide to foods to avoid since [your baby daughter] is already allergic to some foods you should follow up on this link to avoid further problems.

Kind Regards,
David Hosking Jan 2006


Advice from David about treating extra sensitive skin (allergy) with Hypo-allergenic Face and Eczema Balm and facial eczema during pregnancy


Hi David, Ross. I think your website is great.

I bought some of the lavender face balm to use on my four month old son, who is suffering from eczema. The AlphaKeri bath oil you recommend has worked wonders for his body, but the facial rash remains and flares up now and then. We have been using your lavender face balm for six days now and so far, although moisturised, his eczema is still there just not as irritated and flaky. It also seems to have spread. Would you have expected to see more improvement by now or is it likely to take longer? Have you heard of anyone having reactions to the lavender oil? Can you make one without it?

I suffered terrible facial eczema during my pregnancy which thankfully has cleared up very nicely. I have used your balm in the last week and found it works well but I do notice that it itches. I suspect perhaps it is the lavender, but I wouldn't really know. Have you run into this problem before?

With my own eczema I washed with sorbolene cream, then moisturised and then topped up the sensitive areas with a richer moisturiser similar to your balm. Should I try this with Caelan? This morning I moisturised his face with sorbolene and then used the balm. So far so good, but would you recommend this or not? At bath time I just wet his face with the oiled bath water, plus dabbing the extra oil on with a washcloth.

I really believe in this product and I desperately want it to work. I'm starting to think I need to use a cortisone to get it under control and then use your balm as a preventer. Any ideas? I guess what I'm really after is a 'don't give up, yet' and 'have you tried this?'.

Thankyou for your time, SWL



Hi SWL,

Occasionally people are allergic to Lavender and we do make a face balm without it which is the same price as the lavender eczema balm. I will get Ross to add it to the website as it is ideal for people with allergies.

If can give me the batch number and expiry date for the lavender balm you have and include you name and address, I will post you one at no charge and you can let me know the results.

What you are doing is fine, Using hydrocortisone with lavender eczema balm over the top is occasionally needed for flare ups, so try that for 2 or 3 days using the cortisone twice a day and the lavender balm 3 times a day.

If this works then cut the cortisone down to once a day for 3 days then stop it. You continue using the lavender eczema balm 3-4 times a day.

I think the no-lavender product will suit you best from what you have said. I have highlighted in blue what you are doing with the sorbolene. This is excellent and you should continue. Look forward to hearing from you so I can send you a no-lavender balm to try. (We call it a Hypoallergenic Face & Body Eczema Balm)
Kind Regards,
David Hosking. 25 May 2005



Hi David,

Finally gotten around to letting you know how the lavender free balm is going.
As far as I'm concerned its a winner.

I find that liberal use works best and I am using it all over his body with great results. [my baby boy's] eczema still flares up and requires cortisone, but I am confident that it would be a lot worse without the balm. We will always buy it in larger quantities from now on. Do you do I litre tubs? (I go through a lot because I keep giving samples away!)

I found that [my infant son's] face was too sensitive for even sorbolene cream so I only use the balm on his face now, but on his body I undercoat with sorbolene. It helps spread the balm evenly. Although he is very sticky after this treatment I find that it absorbs in quite well within the hour. He gets a full body moisturise at least twice a day, with several balm top ups to his face and belly (trouble spots) in between.

I am very happy with this product. There are so many other products out there which are totally useless its not funny. I will only be buying your products now and will certainly encourage other people to do so. Thankyou.

SWL July 17, 2005







Baby's Eczema developed after moving from Breast feeding to cow's milk


Dear David and Ross,

My son (23 months old) and I live in Williamsburg, VA. He has had eczema ever since he went off of solely nursing (at 9 months old). It is very bad behind his knees and on his left cheek now... he gets open oozy sores. Our doctor prescribed Elidel last fall and that worked well but is causing cancer in children so we have stopped using it.

We also apply heavy moisturizers to the area, and lately cornstarch just to see if it helped. It isn't showing any effectiveness. I am looking forward to trying oil in the bath and also going back to cortisone cream, and to top that off with 3-4x a day applying your hypoallergenic face and body balm.... (my son has a dairy allergy I suspect, and VERY sensitive skin).

However, I don't see your hypoallergenic balm (the one w/out lavender) on the site yet. Can I order that from you somehow? Thank you!!

Hopeful but feeling a bit desperate, PS in VA, USA 5 June 2005






Reducing redness and dryness on facial skin

Hi, I was googling, Redness reducers testimonials,and came across your page. I just have a few questions, I use pro-active, it seems lke since i started using it, it works to clear the dryness on my nose , but Irritated my cheeks dramatically. I was thinking about getting this product, but i wanted to find out if I can still wear makeup with this product on and whether or not I should worry about these TWO Products counter reacting and making it worse or causing some other problem.
I was also wondering if my make up may be a patrt of the reason why I havnt seent he full effect and whether or not I can use you product with the face washing routine that already adapted to??

Proactiv cleansers contain Benzoyl peroxide which is excellent for reducing acne and redness but dry the skin if you have sensitive skin. Our Hypoallergenic Face and Body Eczema Balm applied very sparingly at night will relieve this dryness.

Also read the label to find which proactive product has the bezoyl peroxide in it and try using it every second day instead of daily. Also apply it only to the areas of your face that haven't proved sensitive to it. This should solve the problem quickly for you.

It is a matter of fine tuning the amount of product use rather than the product being unsuitable for you I think you will find. You may like to take a week break from it just to stabilize your skin if you think it could help.

Our hypo-allergenic face and body eczema balm would help the dry areas if applied after cleansing very sparingly as it has an oily base. Try adjusting the way you are using the proactive products first to see if you can get your skin balanced. This may take a week or two. If you still have dry patches then try our balm just for those dry sensitive areas.

Kind Regards, David Hosking. 7/1/08






Terrible itching from atopic dermatitis during pregnancy

HI David. my name is and came across your web site after doing a search on excema and pregnancy. I have had atopic dermatitis all my life i am now 33, and have had it under control until i recently had my 1st baby. During my 1st pregnancy i developed the most incredible itch all over mainly my arms and back and legs, and was given 20% emulfsifying oint for face , 10% uea for body and 1% sigma hydo cortisone for face, it would usually clear up then re surface it became worse after bubs was born and then used stonger cortisone. I am now expecting baby 2 and it has flared up again more now on my face i am using the same cream again and wet dressings on face but cannot get rid of the redness and stinging on cheeks. it usually takes about a week to go and then i am back to normal for alittle while. Can you help or suggest anything my dermatolgist who i have used all my life is reluctant to try and thing eles and i get so fustrated as i get very embarrassed and usually go out until it has cleared up. the rash is very raw and red, and sometimes feels it is burning. Thank you and help would be appreciated

Hi , Try our hypoallergenic face and body eczema balm which is perfectly safe for pregnant mothers and babies too. It does not sting but is slightly oily. It melts on application so you can apply a thinly colourless layer to the affected area. This acts as a barrier, stopping your skin from drying and stinging while encouraging healing. Apply it as often as you need to. Do not stop the cortisone yet. Apply it as you normally would with the balm over the top then as your skin improves reduce the cortisone over a week or two until you have stopped the cortisone. This avoids the sudden flare up if cortisone is stopped suddenly. Hope this helps.

Kind Regards, David Hosking. 11/12/07


Moisturising baby skin using our Balm to prevent dehydration

Thank you for the quick reply regarding my order.  Am I correct in thinking that the remedy ordered from yourselves will be treatable for my 36mths old daughter excema on her face and body. We have remedies from our own doctor to no avail however we are constantly moisturising her skin with protective hydrating gel along with a cream called Fuciden H which contains hydrocortisone Acetate.  Dont think that one has made any difference.  We look forward to using the product ordered from yourselves and hope for the very best.

The Hypoallergenic eczema balm is the correct product. It is not a gel but is more oily so as to form a barrier to prevent dehydration of the skin with a safe antiseptic chlorhexidine to minimize bacteria irritating damaged skin areas. It is totally non-toxic and should be applied after a bath when you have dried her then at least 3-4 times a day to leave a protective shine on her skin.

You can't overuse it but you can underuse it. If a slight shine is not present on the skin then it is time to apply more balm. Please let me know the results. Kind Regards, David Hosking. 27/1/08



TESTIMONIALS

  • 19) "rashes in his chin and face are completely gone" - Mum from Kuwait  
    Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 5:28 PM
    Subject: RE: Hi David
    Hi David,

    I just want to give you an updates on my son skin condition after 1 week using your Hypo allergenic balm (I also applied fusicort once a day as per your advised). The result is really amazing. The rashes in his chin and face are completely gone. My son face is back to normal (clear, white and smooth happy baby face). The original face he has when he was born. Thank you David. I know your balm is the major contributor of this excellent result. The whole family are so happy, my husband immediately took pictures of my baby. ...

    ... Yesterday, I brought him to his dermatologist for follow-up check up. The doctor and the nurses were all amazed with the great improvement. ...

    ... All we are using now is your hypo allergenic balm only. I am very satisfied with it.

    God Bless
    Mum from Kuwait
  • 21) "after 3 days already and improvement" - FL, USA

    I would like to take this opportunity also to let you know how the cream helped my daughter. Her face looked exactly the same as the kid in the brochure that you sent and after 3 days we already noticed an improvement. I also showed it to our pediatrician and she recommended for us to get the one without the lavander (Hypoallergenic Face and Body Balm) since her allergy is severe. She is teething right now so we know that the rash will not fully go away but at least it is no longer red and somethings bleeding. I also recommended it to some friends and even my sister-in-law started using it.

    Thank you for having such a wonderful product. 3/10/06
  • 22) "Thank you so much for making such an incredible product" - SD, USA

    Hello!
    This is Carly from America, and I wanted to let you know that I ordered your fragrance-free baby face balm, and I LOVE IT! My poor 5 month old had such terrible dry skin on his face and body. His forehead would just flake and his body had little blistered eczema patches on it. Once I started to use the balm, he was a new baby! Now if I go even 2 days without using the balm on his forehead, he is scratching it because I'm sure it gets so dry in our cold South Dakota winter air.

    Thank you so much for making such an incredible product. My baby has such sensitive skin, and has had troubles with other products I have purchased locally. I recommend this product to anyone whose child has skin problems.

    Sincerely, Carly, SD, USA 27/12/06
  • 34) "(hands) are no longer cracked and sore"

    Our son (almost 17 months) had terrable dribble rash / eczema on his face and neck. We tried every thing that you can think of to get on top of it but it was always so red and our son would rub it on anything he could. We used your hypoallergenic face and body balm and after a day there was a significant improvement. Now it has been a week and he has only a small, light pink mark on his face and neck.

    Our daughter (3.5 years) had very dry cracked finger tips. We had atried everything, even strong creams from the doctor, but nothing worked. So i applied the hypoallergenic face and body balm to them twice a day and have noticed a great improvement. They are still feel leathery (and look like old grandma hands), but are no longer cracked and sore. I will deffinately be recommending this product to everyone i know with skin problems. Thanks for the wonderfull product. 23\11\07 - SA, Aust

  • 37) "don't have to use any hydrocortosine when I use this on my baby!"

    My Optional Survey comments: You lotion is awesome! I don't have to use any hydrocortosine (hydrocortisone) when I use this on my baby! THANK YOU!!!! USA, AZ, 23/01/08

  • 38) "it is working really well and also gives it good moisture"

    Received my order for hypoallergenic cream for my daughters skin condition of eczema just over 2 weeks ago and glad to say it is working really well and also gives it good moisture after having her bath. There has been no flareups so I will continue to use this wonderful cream and if I need to reorder after the cream is finished then I will notify your company. So thank you once again. Scotland, UK, 20/02/08

  • 40) "you do have a miracle cream!"

    Dear Mr. Hoskings Well, your web site is correct....you do have a miracle cream! My son had terrible excema and a rash on his face, that made the little one on your website look good! I only wish I took a picture of him before and after using your balm. I have been using both the lavender and non sented balm and he is CURED! We tried everything,and it was getting worse not better. I wish every parent knew about your cream for their little ones. Thank you for your face and body balm NY, USA 5/03/08

  • 42) "he wasn't constantly itching and irritated by it anymore"

    I just want to say that this truly does work!! I have a 3 year old son who has suffered from atopic dermatitis on his face since he was about 6 months old. His flare ups have continuously come and gone and we have been to our local doctor and a dermatologist MANY times only to have been given the same prescriptions over and over that contain steroids. He became immune to those and his face was worse than ever for about 3 months straight with no improvements.

    I came across your website and was very skeptical at first because I had bought products online with similar promises and no results. But, I searched for your product reviews on other websites and was surprised to see that they were positive. So, I ordered the Hypoallergenic Face and Body Balm for Infants. Once I started using it, I could see improvement within a couple days and within 2 weeks, his face was completely clear. Not only that, but his mood changed dramatically because he wasn't constantly itching and irritated by it anymore. I still can't believe how this product has literally changed our lives. I don't have to schedule pictures around flare ups, people don't stare anymore, and even at 3 years old, his self esteem has gone through the roof. Before, when he looked in mirror, he would say he had "acky face". Now, he doesn't even think about it. I honestly can't thank you enough and my doctor even wanted to know more about it because he was impressed. Thanks so much!! NE, USA 18/4/08

  • 43) "worked wonders on both of my childrens eczema"

    Both our kids have very sensitive skin. We stear clear of any thing with soap in it. As for eczema cream i would recomend a product available over the internet. It is called David Hosking's hypoallergenic face and body balm. It has worked wonders on both of my childrens eczema which doctor creams couldn't clear up. - Sarah

  • 43) "worked wonders on both of my childrens eczema"

    Both our kids have very sensitive skin. We stear clear of any thing with soap in it. As for eczema cream i would recomend a product available over the internet. It is called David Hosking's hypoallergenic face and body balm. It has worked wonders on both of my childrens eczema which doctor creams couldn't clear up. - Sarah

  • 46) "his skin is so soft now like its supposed to be"

    Testi for Hypoallergenic Balm.

    My baby was having a mild ezcema when he was 3months. I tried almost everything that my friends and family told me what to do and what to buy and what to put in his skin and face. I was lucky that I found DAvid's website. And I read the feedbacks from his customers. So I tried his Hypoallergenic Face and Body Balm. I followed his instructions.. I was putting hydrocortisone (2x a day) then cover with the balm (I gave my baby 3-4 times a day) because he was also dry not only in his face but also his head too and face. At first, I thought the balm didnt work. The redness in his skin got worst but he wasnt dry anymore. Only theres redness everywhere in his body. But David told me it was a normal reaction. I trust him so I continue applying balm into his skin.

    After 3 weeks of treatment (hydrocortisone plus hypoallergenic balm), his ezcema has cleared up. And the best part is, his skin is so soft now like its supposed to be. :) So I am thanking David for this wonderful product. It really does trick. To all first time mothers like me.. and to all the people who as a skin problem (dryness and ezcema), I am recommending this Hypoallergenic Face and Body Balm. It works everywhere. I am so happy and very satisfied with this product. Now, im starting to feed my baby his first food. And he might get some rashes or allergy on some foods (i hope not), but Im gonna buy 1 more jar just in case. I tried this balm on my allergy when I ate eggs. And it also works. So Im gonna buy more for later usage.

    So to David, thank you for this great product. Mothers who have babies suffering from dryness and ezcema try this Hypoallergenic Face and Body Balm. You wont regret it. To David, I hope you can make more products for our babies and for us too,,, clearing stretch marks maybe!?! :) I would be the first to buy it. :) Thanks again..!! GMT+0 26/6/08

  • 51) "daily rash above my lips disappeared, as did the cracks"

    I have suffered for many years with eczema, and it became infected with the Staph A bacteria. More recently in the last 3 years i have had a constant facial rash above my upper lip, deep splits around my lips and the left side of my cheek became dry, red & itchy. This also became infected and my face looked completly awful.

    The rash would come up everyday and i have tried so many creams and had different allergy tests, people suffering with this will know how depressed it can make you and how conscious you become. Last month i bought some of Davids face cream (without the Lavender) and i cant begin to say what a difference it has made.

    Within 2 days the rash on my cheeks cleared up and within a week the constant daily rash above my lips disappeared, as did the cracks. I have now not had a rash for 2 weeks and it has made such a difference to my life. I'm still awaiting a Patch Test just to see if the doctors can find the underlying cause, but Davids cream has been a god send and i have recommended it to so many people already! Thanks you David for this amazing cream. 5\11\08






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