Healing Your Dry Skin with Eucerine Cream

When I was a little kid, I developed eczema. After a visit to the pediatrician procured a prescription, we ended up with Eucerin Cream in our medicine cabinet.

It took my eczema away, and fast.

These days, Eucerine Cream is available without a prescription, but it’s still just as effective. Winter is quickly approaching, and on the East Coast that means the air loses its moisture. When that happens, it’s crucial to keep your skin well moisturized.

I’m a big fan of Eucerin’s Original Moisturizing Creme. It’s super-thick and a little greasy-looking, so I usually just apply it – anywhere on your body; face, arms, legs, etc. – at night before I go to bed, and it really keeps dry skin at bay when used regularly.

If you’re anything like me, and you skip a day or three of applying your lotion and your skin ends up with splotchy dry patches, Eucerin is also great for healing. Score for us!

You should definitely go pick up a tub of Eucerin Cream – a little goes a long way, and it’s a great staple to keep around the house for kids and grownups alike!

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  1. We use Eucerin on my little girl because she has eczema very bad. While it has not cured the eczema, it has significantly cut down on her rashes. She is just too little for the steroid creams at this point. Hopefully as she grows, she will grow out of it or we will find a prescription that clears it up. Steroid creams are the only thing that cleared my up on my hand.

  2. Eucerin is as good as any over the counter dry skin cream you buy. Trianon International Dry Skin creme is better, but can be hard to find and cost twice as much.