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I have to rebuild my entire stash of products for my child — or my child is so sensitive I may have to experiment with several products. Is cheaper better? As published on http://eczemablues.com/2012/02/sensitive-skin-product-series-what-ingredient-to-avoid/. Follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/marciemom. Marcie Mom: For a parent on a tight budget (also considering long term and frequent use of moisturizers), should […]


So many products claim "X-FREE!" and there's lots online about ingredients that are toxic or otherwise harmful. What's real? As published on http://eczemablues.com/2012/02/sensitive-skin-product-series-understanding-irritant-free/. Follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/marciemom. ‘Perfume Free’, ‘Propylene Glycol Free’, ‘Paraben Free’, ‘Lanolin Free’, ‘Preservatives Free’, ‘Colorant Free’ – So Many ‘Frees’! Is this too much or too little? In this post, I’ve consolidated a […]


As much as you'd like to know everything about ingredients so that you can choose the safest products for you or your child, this simply may not be a realistic goal. As published on http://eczemablues.com/2012/02/sensitive-skin-product-series-understanding-ingredients/. Follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/marciemom. Product Label – Deciphering the Ingredients Marcie Mom: Laura, thanks again for continuing to help us make […]


Tips on Reading Cosmetic Ingredients Lists As published on http://eczemablues.com/2012/02/sensitive-skin-product-series-understanding-ingredients-patch-test/. Follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/marciemom. Product Label – Deciphering the Ingredients I’ve written in this post on how difficult it has been comparing the ingredients across products and make some sense of what they mean. For one, not all products list all their ingredients and even when they do, […]


Understanding Baby Skin and Eczema As published on http://eczemablues.com/2012/02/sensitive-skin-product-series-understanding-suitable-for-eczema-children/. Follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/marciemom. MarcieMom: Suitable for Eczema Child/Infant – These are the most important keywords for a parent looking for sensitive skin products for his/her child with eczema – how much surer can it be when the product is labelled (and often prominently so) that it can be […]


What Does "Hypoallergenic" Really Mean? As published on http://eczemablues.com/2012/01/sensitive-skin-product-series-understanding-hypoallergenic/. Follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/marciemom.   Terms on Product Label – “Hypoallergenic”, “Natural”, “100% Organic” – What They Really Mean and Do They Mean Well? Common terms that the average consumer may look out for will be ‘hypoallergenic’, ‘natural’ and ‘100% organic’. Hypoallergenic refers to less likely to […]


What's the difference between "Natural" and "Organic"? Which is better? As published on http://eczemablues.com/2012/01/sensitive-skin-product-series-understanding-organic-non-comedogenic/. Follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/marciemom. Terms on Product Label – “Hypoallergenic”, “Natural”, “100% Organic” – What They Really Mean and Do They Mean Well? Marcie Mom: Today’s learning more about terms like ‘organic’, ‘non-comedogenic’ and ‘pH-balanced’ Organic – This is a term that always […]