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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Finding Eczema Relief, Thanks to Polysporin Eczema Essentials #EczemaAndMe #CollectiveBias #shop

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Here we are mid-November and dare I say that we've already felt our first blast from Old Man Winter.  I know as a Canadian, I shouldn't be surprised or even complain about winter starting in November.  I just have a difficult time embracing the cold and snow.     I am not sure that I am quite ready for boots, coats and mittens yet, but it seems....ready or not - here winter comes.  One of my least favourite parts of winter is how I feel within my own skin.  Already, I can feel that all too familiar itch of eczema.  It's the feeling that comes from living within a dry house, due to having the furnace cranked to combat that cold winter wind and temperatures.

Eczema is a chronic condition that commonly causes skin rash and itching. Signs and symptoms of eczema that I experience are dry skin, redness, scaling and cracking. 

I have always struggled with dry skin and eczema.  My hands are particularly susceptible and take the wrath of the elements.  There were times during my working career that my hands became so bad (the eczema blisters were so unsightly and painful) that I had to wear a pair of thin cotton gloves while at work.   My working outside of the home days may be behind me, yet, my eczema rages on and the quest for a solution is never ending.   When #CollectiveBias put out a call asking bloggers to talk about their experiences with dry skin, I was happy to participate and share my thoughts.

Recently, during a visit to Walmart, I took a look around the health and beauty department in search of Polysporin Eczema Essentials.   In particular, I was searching for Polysporin Eczema Essentials Daily Moisturizing Cream.  This product is clinically shown to provide healthier looking skin within three days and it starts working immediately to reduce the itch and other symptoms associated with eczema. 
It is important to me to find a product that is also safe for the whole family and that is suitable for every day use.  I love that Polysporin Eczema Essentials Daily Moisturizing Cream is steroid free and fragrance free.   This cream goes beyond ordinary lotions to relieve the symptoms of eczema. 

Walmart stocks Polysporin Eczema Essentials in their facial/skin care product aisle.   I was looking for it down the aisle with hand creams, and asked staff to direct me to where I could find it.  It's not with the other moisturizers because it isn't like all the others, Polysporin Eczema Essentials Cream helps to soothe, it also helps to heal skin.

I don't believe that I am unique to the issue of dry, itchy skin.  I think a lot of Canadians suffer right a long side me.  I've found much needed relief for (my hands in particular) my skin by using Polysporin Eczema Essentials Moisturizing Cream.  I love that this cream absorbs easily and quickly into my thirsty skin.
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Polysporin Eczema Cream has become a game-changer for my winter-ravaged skin.  So, bring it on, Old Man Winter - I am at least prepared to combat my eczema with Polysporin Eczema Essentials!

Follow along on twitter @PolysporinCA and look for the tag #EczemaAndMe to join in the conversation.  

5 comments:

Jennifer Van Huss said...

I am a huge eczema Suffer and I work outside! Not a great combo!! I have never tried this stuff but am a HUGE fan of polysporn! I think this may be the solution I'm looking for!

Jessica Terry said...

I suffer so badly in the winter and I have never tried this stuff. I just might have to check it out!

Annemarie Leblanc said...

I always have polysporin in my house, it's a must have!

Suzanne said...

I am sad to say that we have to use Polysporin for eczema as my little guy has it quite bad, but it does work well, especially now with the nasty cold seeping in :-(

Cyn said...

I definitely must try these products - it sounds like they work so well! My eczema is driving me extra crazy this year. #client