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Dead sea salts

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
ok long shot but can anyone help me out with this

I tried out some deja vu dead sea salt scrub and body butter for me eczema and it seems to help the only thing is i cant find it on the net so was wondering if anyone could find it and point me in the direction of the site or could recommend me similar ones that are good :)

Thanks in advance
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
This is the one I use; http://www.deadseacosmetics.co.uk/
#2
I know this isnt what you were sking for but my son when he was one was covered from head to foot in eczema. After spending a fortune of various stuff I found some cream in America called freederm. Its expensive (about £20 for a single tub including shipping) but I have never found anything even close to it since (and neither has his consultant). My son now has the odd tiny patch which will clear up in 2 days with the cream. Have tried it out on my work buddies too and it works wonders on them. Suppose it depends on how bad your eczema is but if you want a look heres the link

http://www.freederm.com/
#3
Hiya I get my dead sea salts, moisturiser, hand cream , body lotion etc all from T K Max . I usually stock up when i see it in store. It's also much cheaper than online. It works a treat. especially the dead sea mud. If you can't get it in your local store let me know I will try my local stores for you.
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cat74
I know this isnt what you were sking for but my son when he was one was covered from head to foot in eczema. After spending a fortune of various stuff I found some cream in America called freederm. Its expensive (about £20 for a single tub including shipping) but I have never found anything even close to it since. My son now has the odd tiny patch which will clear up in 2 days with the cream. Have tried it out on my work buddies too and it works wonders on them. Suppose it depends on how bad your eczema is but if you want a look heres the link

http://www.freederm.com/


how long does shipping take?
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allstar2
how long does shipping take?


if I remember correctly it took about 5 days, if that :thumbsup:
#6
try skinshop.co.uk

ive got psoriesis and a lot of their stuff helps, they do things for eczema as well
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cat74;2370455
I know this isnt what you were sking for but my son when he was one was covered from head to foot in eczema. After spending a fortune of various stuff I found some cream in America called freederm. Its expensive (about £20 for a single tub including shipping) but I have never found anything even close to it since (and neither has his consultant). My son now has the odd tiny patch which will clear up in 2 days with the cream. Have tried it out on my work buddies too and it works wonders on them. Suppose it depends on how bad your eczema is but if you want a look heres the link

http://www.freederm.com/


That site looks less reliable than a plumbers estimate...

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