Recently I was asked to review Baby exederm, a new line of Sensitive skin-care products for babies, and I immediately said yes. While we have used products we liked, Squish still suffered with dry patches, and mild eczema.
What I immediately liked about exederm was their philosophy to skin-care.
We believe that exederm is a simply sensible approach for anyone with eczema, dermatitis and dry or sensitive skin.
Use products with less irritants and go “Ultra Sensitive”
With exederm it’s possible to gently cleanse, to deeply moisturize and get smoother and healthier skin – without using unnecessary chemicals.
The average person can use up to 100 different chemicals on their skin before leaving home in the morning – just in our daily skincare routines.
We wash, we scrub, we buy soaps, washes, cleansers, toners, shampoos, conditioners and on and on and on … Is it any wonder that millions of people suffer from dry, sensitive and reactive skin?
It’s time for less …
exederm raises the bar for hypoallergenic and sensitive skincare
Not only do we avoid common chemical irritants like parabens but we also avoid common Internet irritants
– affordable pricing
– no hidden ‘clubs’ or long term commitments
– free shipping offers
– genuine money back guarantee
It’s just common sense – nothing more
We received the full line of Baby exederm skin-care (including cleansing baby bath, intensive baby moisturizer, hydrating baby lotion, soothing baby oil, non-irritating baby shampoo, and the eczema flair cream (for children 2+)) we mainly used the cleansing baby bath and the intensive baby moisturizer.
We also used the Baby exederm shampoo. I was really happy with how quickly Squishy’s skin responded to the exederm cream. After just a few uses his dry patches were gone.
Over-all we were very impressed with Baby exederm. They also have a great line of adult products. How quickly it took care of my son’s dry patchy skin earns exederm ultra sensitive skin care an Extra Squishable!
You can buy Baby exederm on Amazon, Drugstore.com, and BuyBuyBaby. OR You can WIN it here!
exederm Ultra Sensitive Skin Care is generously giving one lucky Family and Life in Las Vegas reader a Baby exederm prize pack valued at $84.00.
- cleansing baby bath
- intensive baby moisturizer
- hydrating baby lotion
- soothing baby oil
- non-irritating baby shampoo
- eczema flair cream (for children 2+)
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Disclosure: All opinions expressed are 100% my own and may differ from yours. I did received a exederm skin care package for review. No monetary compensation was given for this review.
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