Reddit Reddit reviews Aveeno Eczema Therapy Daily Moisturizing Cream for Sensitive Skin, Soothing Lotion with Colloidal Oatmeal for Dry, Itchy, and Irritated Skin, Steroid-Free and Fragrance-Free, 7.3 oz

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Aveeno Eczema Therapy Daily Moisturizing Cream for Sensitive Skin, Soothing Lotion with Colloidal Oatmeal for Dry, Itchy, and Irritated Skin, Steroid-Free and Fragrance-Free, 7.3 oz
7.3-ounce tube of Aveeno Eczema Therapy Daily Moisturizing Cream from the #1 dermatologist-recommended eczema moisturizer brand is clinically-proven to relieve dry, itchy, and irritated skin due to eczemaThis breakthrough eczema cream has been awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Approval and is clinically shown to help relieve the key symptoms of eczema, including itchiness, the appearance of redness, dryness and irritationThe nourishing formula of this moisturizing lotion is enriched with colloidal oatmeal and contains ceramides, essential lipids naturally found within skin, to enhance and restore skin's protective functionFrom the #1 dermatologist-recommended eczema moisturizer brand, our daily eczema cream is also designed to help prevent the recurrence of extra-dry skin. It is allergy-tested, steroid-free and fragrance-free and is safe for daily use on the bodyAveeno uses the goodness of nature and the power of science to keep your skin looking and feeling healthy and balanced
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21 Reddit comments about Aveeno Eczema Therapy Daily Moisturizing Cream for Sensitive Skin, Soothing Lotion with Colloidal Oatmeal for Dry, Itchy, and Irritated Skin, Steroid-Free and Fragrance-Free, 7.3 oz:

u/PlasmaSheep · 10 pointsr/DepthHub

Aveeno eczema therapy:

It's expensive and probably too greasy for your face, but it does a really good job of moisturizing skin elsewhere I think. And trust me, if I could use a cheaper one, I would.

u/HapaKappa · 5 pointsr/hapas

I am super big into skincare and beauty products in general.
When it comes to dry skin, I found that this product works the best.

I generally spend a lot on beauty, but with moisturizers, a 10 dollar product is just as good, if not better than a small 80 dollar glass bottle from Nordstrom.

If you are wanna spend some more time and money into getting better skin, I can give you advice on face masks, cleansers, anti-aging cream, and exfoliating products.

u/iplaymccree · 3 pointsr/Psoriasis

I've used Aveeno's Eczema cream with oatmeal to help soothe my itchy skin. To be clear, my plaques don't itch but sometimes random parts of me just become itchy for like an hour.

u/wintermute-rising · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Have you tried the Aveeno Eczema Therapy Cream? Worked quite well for me! :)

u/Expensive_History · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I used Aveeno Eczema Moisturizing Cream when Vanicream wouldn’t help.

My eye area would get really irritated and red, while also flaking. So I figured, this is kind of similar to the symptoms I experienced as a kid when dealing with eczema. So I hypothesized that using a product designed for eczema would help out my face. And it did. It really calms down any irritation on my face.

Here’s how I apply it: Use a layer of the cream on the face, then apply Differin, avoiding the eye area. Then wash hands. Take another layer of the cream and mix it with a tiny bit of water. And then layer this on top.

u/mama-chari · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hey! I get discoid eczema on my face, too!

It sounds like you're doing a lot to remedy the issue. I have a few questions for you:

What's your experience with washing your face? Would you consider washing with a gentle, hydrating cleanser before applying the Cetaphil Restoraderm on your face?

I've found that washing my face at night with a gentle cleanser (I use CereVe's Hydrating cleanser), patting dry, then applying a thick cream followed by something occlusive on the discs, really helps calm any irritation and keeps the eczema well moisturized (I use Aveeno Eczema Therapy Cream, but Aquaphor also has worked for me).

How has the Vaseline been working for you, and how do you apply it?

You mentioned you do tennis; do you wear sunscreen while you play?

You mentioned you get it around your hairline. Do you mean around your facial hair, or your actual hairline?

Here's a few things that I've learned in dealing with it over the years:

  1. I never rub it; I always pat when drying or applying product to it. There's something about rubbing that makes the eczema more irritated. This includes touching my face, and when I wash my face. If you have a specific area that's more prone to getting it (for me, it's eyelids and neck), don't rub those areas either (even if the eczema isn't present). Especially when drying off with a towel.

  2. I almost never conceal it. I know this isn't ideal for you during interviews, so discard this if you'd like. But, honestly, I've had a really hard time finding a cosmetic product that doesn't irritate my eczema in some way. I honestly avoid applying anything potentially irritating to a flareup.

  3. Sunscreen can be really irritating. Especially chemical sunscreen. I switched to a chemical sunscreen without alcohols and without the "dry touch" feature that some have.

    I'll edit this post if I can think of more advice. I've struggled with this for a large portion of my adult life, so, I really understand where you're coming from. I'm sorry you have to deal with this.
u/hellohappymonday · 2 pointsr/eczema

Aveeno Eczema therapy is the best I’ve ever tried, always does the trick 🙂

u/TangiestIllicitness · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

> What have you used on your seb derm?

EVERYTHING. Lol Basically, any lotion/topical I found that mentioned seb derm, I tried it. The dermatologist gave me prescription strength hydrocortisone and had me use that with an OTC anti-fungal. I've tried cleansing with sea salt, honey masks, etc. Everything would work awesomely for a week, and then the bumps would start forming again.

With everything I've read, the most recommended ingredients were zinc oxide, salicylic acid, and sulfur. My skin has actually been looking pretty good for a week or so now (knock on wood), so I'm sticking with my current routine of:


  • Rinse with water

  • Apply a good layer of pine tar soap and let sit while I shampoo my hair; rinse

  • After drying, apply a thin layer of Cetaphil Restoraderm lotion to just the area around my mouth and nose and let sit while I brush my teeth

  • Apply EltaMD UV Clear sunscreen all over face


  • Wash with Noble Zinc soap

  • Every-other-night, apply BHA all over; let sit for 20 minutes

  • Opposite nights, Vitamin C serum; let sit for 20 minutes

  • Thin layer of Aveeno Eczema Therapy cream around mouth and nose

  • Use Bee Naturals Oil-Free Moisturaizer everywhere else.

    I did just get a silver serum, which I ordered from overseas prior to my skin starting to calm with the current routine. If things start going south again, I'm going to give that a try.
u/Sun1337 · 1 pointr/confession

For your ezcema have you tried

It worked for me for a long time. Worth giving it a go. In the end the best advice is to remain positive. It cheesy I know, but I know how you feel. I have a chewed up shoulder which is in constant pain and will likely require surgery, which will be a huge pain. My knees are screwed up also. I have asthma, allergies, ezcema and depression. Everyone has to deal with hardship one way or another. It's up to you to look after it and find any way possible to fix it.

Sometimes I'll feel like giving up. But then you realise that there's so much interesting things in the world that I know I can't. Hopefully you'll get better.

u/hachi6 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I've got eczema on my hands and the only things that have helped (besides steroids) is drinking a TON of water, and keeping my hands ultra mosterized. I really like Aveeno's Eczema Therapy Moisterizing Cream. I keep it in my purse and put it on four or five times a day. It's especially important to put some sort of moisterizer on after you get out of the shower or wash your hands. Another thing that helped was switching to gentle cleansers, like CeraVe, from actual soap. I also switched my laundry detergent and dryer sheets to dye and scent free ones. Good luck!

u/sewsewsewyourboat · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

that would be the colloidal oat in it. Rosacea is often treated with colloidal oat, perhaps that is what you have. First Aid Beauty has it, but only at 0.5% concentration, whereas Tatcha has it at 3%. This Aveeno one has 1%. I can't seem to find something with as high of a percentage, though.

Some other ingredients that might help, though, are aloe, chamomile extract, licorice extract, and ceramides.

do keep in mind that 3% might be overkill and even a small percentage may help; don't feel bummed out about that. sometimes it's a total gimmick to add more of something when it's not necessary to treat the specific skin problem.

u/colliwag · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Yeah, I've had itchy skin since 2nd trimester. :( The thing that's helped the most is using Aveeno eczema lotion twice daily. I think it might be the oatmeal in it that helps? Any other lotion I've tried does nothing.

Whatever you decide to try, GOOD LUCK! Itchy skin is so annoying to deal with.

u/DharmaTurtleSC · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Have you found a solution? I used to be on prescription steroid cream, but someone recommended Aveeno Eczema

which works well, but I have to keep using it :(

Kinda looking for a lotion I won't be forced to use everyday.

u/cilucia · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Have you tried Aveeno Active Naturals Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream?

u/itisbenji · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty
u/scaramouth120 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Hey which one did you get exactly, did you get this one?

I developed really bad eczema on my arms and legs a few months ago and I can't show them in public now because I have a terrible rash everywhere, and my eyes have puffy bags under them now all the time that are red, itchy, scaly, and dry as hell. Will try whichever one worked for you as I have tried everything and I am desperate to be normal again! Please lemme know thanks!

u/feathereddinos · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

(PART 1) I couldn’t fix my painful dehydrated skin until i incorporated urea and lanolin, and regular use of petrolatum into my skin care. But idk how you feel about those... It took me a good year or year and a half to fix my dehydrated skin from overexfoliation.

Also, putting on occlusives right away after you wash and put on humectants is super important. Otherwise it can dry you out more.

So what I do is use a very gentle, non-foaming cleanser (I use LRP Gentle Hydrating) and while my face is still wet, put on all my hydrating toners and serums. Then go into lotions and creams RIGHT AWAY. You can watch Dr. Dray on YouTube who describes why this works.

When my skin was SO full of pain, from extremely dry, tight skin and irritated acne-like cysts everywhere, the only thing that didn’t hurt like a mf was Vanicream. It took me hundreds of dollars and tons of trial and error and babying my skin to get it back to normal. Now I can use AHA, azelaic acid, vitamin c, and even tretinoin and hydroquinone without a problem!!!

It took me hundreds of dollars and tons of trial and error and babying my skin to get it back to normal. Now I can use AHA, vitamin c, and even tretinoin and hydroquinone without a problem!!! 

No one or two products fixed my dehydrated skin. It took a TON of research over the years learning which ingredients were the most healing, moisturizing, how they work, etc.. And an entire routine around hydrating and moisturizing as much as possible. 

And i know everyone raves about the cosrx snail essence, but it didn’t do shit when my skin was that dehydrated. But there IS some evidence of snail healing damaged skin. The point is to put in as much healing and soothing ingredients into your routine as much as possible. 

I always make sure to include ingredients like: panthenol (derivative of vitamin b5), allantoin, urea, hualuronic acid, glycerin, aloe, colloidal oatmeal, ceramides (huge!!!), niacinamide (especially useful for brightening and healing your skin), petroleum (there is NOTHING out there that reduces transepidermal water loss like petroleum can. I tried to be all ~natural is better~ for a while, but realized it wasn't doing anything to help fix my skin), etc.

And not just adding these helped fix my skin, but leaving things out was a HUGE step in finally letting my skin heal. I avoid these like the plague: fragrance, natural (essential oils) or synthetic, alcohol anywhere other than sunscreen, sodium lauryl sulfate (sodium LAURETH sulfate is the gentler one, but I avoid that for my face too anyways. Any surfectants can be aided to be milder by adding cocamidopropyl betaine), all acids until my skin could handle them (interestingly enough, vitamin c serum actually helped my skin hold more water instead of hurting me), and things that I know irritate my skin.

Things that were/are biggest contributors of keeping my skin moist and hydrated, in no particular order:

Thayers Unscented Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel - the first thing that goes on my skin after washing. It's just water, aloe, glycerin and witch hazel. It's so simple but idk why my skin likes it so much, lol. It's HG for me.

Hadalabo Premium Lotion - HG, must have. ALWAYS put occlusives on top, do not wait for it to dry. Hyaluronic acids, urea, algae. This is my one non-negotiable skin care item.

Aveeno Eczema Therapy Cream - Super moisturizing. Colloidal oatmeal, glycerin, panthenol, petrolatum, a ceramide, dimethicone. (Also, people demonize silicones, but they are not bad ingredients. They are actually really helpful in keeping in moisture, providing slip, and smooth feel for skin and hair. And no, they don't prevent other things from reaching the skin.) And Aveeno Eczema Therapy Night Time Balm for something heavier but has same ingredients. You can use both.

And of course, CeraVe Moisturizing Cream - ceramides, cholesterol, must have skin-identical lipids that dehydrated skin lacks, hyaluronic acid, petrolatum, dimethicone. This by itself didn't help a whole lot, but with an army of all the different gentle, soothing things, it helped tremendously.

CeraVe PM- same as the cream, but much lighter and has 4% niacinamide I believe. Niacinamide has been key to helping my dry-ass skin. It does SO many things. I DIY 6% niacinamide and 5% n-acetyl glucosamine to boost the niacinamide even further. But you can find this ingredient in loads of AB things and Olay products. Make sure the Olay stuff is fragrance-free if you get them. I like the Olay Anti-Aging Face Cream a lot. You can use the CeraVe lotion if you for some reason can't tolerate niacinamide, but want something lighter than the cream.

Aquaphor Healing Ointment - SLUG LIFE is a MUST if you have dehydrated skin. You can use Cerave healing ointment too, but it's redundant if you use the cream or lotion. It's not as occlusive as aquaphor. Aquaphor isn't just a more pricier Vaseline as people suggest. It does have white petrolatum that is oh-so helpful, it also has healing ingredients like panthenol and bisobolol, and also lanolin alcohol and glycerin for humectants. I put on a THICK layer of this when I go to bed.

If you wanna go a step further and go super saiyan, and you aren't sensitive to lanolin, you can use Lasinoh Lanolin before or after Aquaphor. I can't stand the smell of lanolin, but this one is medical-grade and doesn't have a smell. Lanolin is SUPER helpful because of it's crazy humectant properties but it also acts as an occlusive.

For just uber Panthenol healing, you can get something that stars Panthenol as the main star ingredient, like DML Forte Cream or Timeless Skin Care Vitamin B5 Serum. I don't use the cream anymore, but I do still use the serum. It looks expensive, but if you get the refill sale, it's about $7/oz (idk what country you live in, but this is the price for me in the U.S.). I HIGHLY recommend their vitamin c, e, ferulic acid serum as well when your skin can handle it. It works out to about $8 an ounce if you get it during refill sale. It stays good for a while in the fridge. I wrap it in foil and transfer it to a 1 oz dropper bottle for using it in my bathroom. It gives glow to your skin like NOTHING ELSE, and boosts your sunscreen (the antioxidants slow the degradation of sunscreen ingredients, giving a huge boost to your sunscreen) and has helped me with water retention. If you can't get it on refill sale, use the HotandFlashy (I also recommend her Youtube channel) code hf5off to get $5 off. It's a forever coupon code.

u/sixfans · 1 pointr/Dermatology

Thank you this seems to be the closest diagnosis looking at the pictures. I don't think I have eczema but I just read lichenfied skin is treated as such, so would this help with the healing process?

u/scumteam14 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

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u/torreneastoria · 1 pointr/eczema

My daughter had a patch on her elbow that nothing helped. I started using aveeno eczema creme and Queen Helene Cocoa butter mixed together. It went from 2 months of weepy and painful to finally starting to heal. I put this mix on her 3-4 times a day after I would wash the area with a mild soap. At night I add a few drops of food grade Grape seed oil to the mix for added moisture. Every couple of days I'd lightly exfoliate it to get the dead skin off.

You look like you have some healing but some build up of dead skin too. It is hard to tell. Since the eczema is happening on your hands you may need to make a small bottle of the mix then carry it with you. Apply liberally every time you was and dry your hands. Please read all ingredients for any previously known allergies 1st. Also patch test all the products individually, and then mixed together. Do this in an area that does not have an eczema breakout on it. While none of these products tend toward allergies; we are eczema patients and we seem to have a higher likelihood of random allergies.