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Bria organics(4 Posts)
Has anyone out there got a pot of Bria Balm that I could possibly buy from them as I have run out and my order hasn't arrived and I am desperate to control my out of control eczema and this is the only thing that works as I have been newly diagnosed and suffer from severe allergies
I live in east London and am happy to travel into london or essex tomorrow to pick it up
my phone no is 07502444085
We used the Bria Organics balm on our 2yo daughter's moderate to severe eczema with pretty awful results. The eczema patches became dry, red, raised and itchy. Really awful product. Back to hydromol and steroids for us
I use a mixture if Itchamol, yellow parafin and zinc oxide. It is really thick, so I put it on at night under pj's and in the morning it is like magic. Not sure if you could use it on his face though. Also it is expensive to the NHS, so they don't really like giving it, but I told my doc, I had used some of someone elses and it worked, so they had no choice. we also use cetraben in the bath which is lanolin free and dermol for washing. Get it all on prescription. Ask the doc. I got the last two after a hospital appointment but the doc might give them, esp the dermol.
Has anyone tried this on lo's eczema? I've read some fantastic reviews but seems too good to be true as nothing else I've tried had lived up to its claims! My ds, 7 months has eczema on his face, chest and back which responds to steroids but comes back with avengence when the steroid is discontinued.
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