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Sensitive eye moisturiser

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months agoFeedback:294 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I'm looking for a sensitive eye moisturiser.
My dad has an eczema patch around his eye due to stress.
I would like it to be new, no fancy 'eye lift' or anything like that, just a sensitive moisturiser please.
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PPG preferred, or BT
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Wiltshire
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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months agoFeedback:294 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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I was prescribed Fucibet cream by my GP when and it cleared up within 3 days. Has eczema round both eyes, on cheeks and neck from stress. Was the first time it had appeared. Might be better than trying lots of creams. Fucibet contains a small amount of steroids and is ideal for eczema.
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fern37
I was prescribed Fucibet cream by my GP when and it cleared up within 3 days. Has eczema round both eyes, on cheeks and neck from stress. Was the first time it had appeared. Might be better than trying lots of creams. Fucibet contains a small amount of steroids and is ideal for eczema.


Thanks, I've suggested he goes to the GP as he is really run down and has had a cough for 3 months now as well but he's stubborn and won't go.
I'll have a look at the fucibet info online, maybe it's something which can be picked up at the pharmacy.

Edited By: sickly sweet on Mar 25, 2011 21:53
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sickly sweet
fern37
I was prescribed Fucibet cream by my GP when and it cleared up within 3 days. Has eczema round both eyes, on cheeks and neck from stress. Was the first time it had appeared. Might be better than trying lots of creams. Fucibet contains a small amount of steroids and is ideal for eczema.


Thanks, I've suggested he goes to the GP as he is really run down and has had a cough for 3 months now as well but he's stubborn and won't go.
I'll have a look at the fucibet info online, maybe it's something which can be picked up at the pharmacy.


It contains benovate which I have heard is good for eczema. Good luck x
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if its close to his eye he will have to be careful what he uses? has he tried vaseline at night before bed? almost all my kids have had eczema at some time..i tried meds from docs and it stung for my daughter..when her eczema was wet i used sudocrem and when it was dry vaseline..it worked well.
I have very sensitive eyes ie most things will make them have some reaction. I use nivea soft..its £1.99 in home bargains..i have very dry skin and i apply 3 times a day and have no dryness. Its worth a try?

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