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  • What is eczema?

    Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition that causes patches of the skin to become red, dry, scaly and itchy, typically seen on joints, the face and hands.

  • What does dermatologically tested & hypoallergenic mean?

    Dermatological testing assesses a product’s potential to cause irritation while the term ‘hypoallergenic’ ensures the product is free from common allergens.

  • Does what you eat affect eczema?

    Food allergies may trigger eczema flare-ups in some people, it is not the cause.

  • What is Avemide?

    Extracted from colloidal oatmeal, Avemide soothes skin and relieves dryness associated with dry skin conditions.

  • Why does my child have eczema?

    The exact cause of eczema is unknown. Some common eczema triggers include heat, detergents, grasses and wool. It can start at any age, most commonly in children with some outgrowing it.

  • What are Parabens?

    Parabens are widespread in food, cosmetics and medicines, and play a vital role in preventing the growth of harmful fungus, bacteria and other microbes.

  • Does acne occur in babies?

    It's estimated that up to 20% of newborns are either born with acne or will develop it within the first 4 weeks of life.

  • What is Mineral Oil?

    Also known as Paraffinum Liquidum, Mineral Oil has been used in cosmetics for over 100 years and is one of the most effective moisturisers known.

  • Is eczema contagious?

    It is not a contagious skin condition and cannot be spread from person-to-person or from skin-to-skin contact.

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