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Friday, June 5, 2009

Albolene review and giveaway ends june 19


So Both me and my baby suffer from severe eczema. I'm lucky enough to have it just on my fingers and hands but my poor baby has it all over her back and stomach and legs. Well I got to try out Albolene, which is a gentle skin moisturizing cleanser, and I must say it works wonders. It didn't dry out my skin or my daughters skin. It didn't irritate our eczema. I was especially worried about my babies skin. Her skin is so sensitive to everything. Albolene did what it said it did. my daughters and my eczema even cleared up some. I loved that it helped with the itchy skin too so we didn't even have to use our cortisone and stuff. That's awesome! So if you or someone you know has sensitive skin or eczema you should definitely try Albolene!

Here is some Company Info on Albolene:

I thought that you might be interested to learn that while some moms may know Albolene as a gentle, skin moisturizing, makeup remover; it also has a new, clinically-proven use for the treatment of mild to moderate eczema, according to a new study in the March 2009 issue of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. Albolene is just as effective as a leading prescription moisturizer, Mimyx® in the reduction of dryness, scaling, itching, redness and peeling related to mild to moderate eczema. And, Albolene costs a fraction of the price and has widespread availability in the drug store for a suggested retail price of $9.95 for a 12–ounce jar.

For the 10 percent of babies and children suffering from eczema, it is important to find a safe and effective, non-drug treatment to quickly stop the itch-scratch-itch cycle that further aggravates this common skin condition. However, when the itchy, dry, red skin patches appear, it isn’t always easy for a child, most often under the age of five, to ignore the itch. An easy treatment is to use drug-free Albolene Moisturizing Cleanser, which is readily available, over-the-counter, and has been clinically proven for the treatment of mild to moderate eczema. Albolene is made with mineral oil, petrolatum, paraffin, and ceresin which provide superior skin moisturization by trapping the moisture, which is a key factor in treating eczema in both children and adults.

Although the study focused on eczema sufferers 18 and older, Albolene is as safe and effective on children, according to dermatologist David Bank, MD. A complete copy of the study is available at: http://www.dsehealthcare.com/Pages/graphics/albolenestudy.pdf, or for more eczema information, visit http://www.alboleneclinical.com/.

For the giveaway, Albolene is giving two sample size packets to one lucky reader of mine!

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45 comments:

GabbyLowe said...

I like that not only is it a great makeup remover and facial cleanser, but Albolene has been clinically proven for the treatment of mild to moderate eczema

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A new study in the March 2009 issue of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology found Albolene to be as effective as a prescription moisturizer for eczema
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lili11 said...

What I like about it is it is a favorite among makeup artists and theatre performers who have to remove stubborn stage makeup each night.

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Anne said...

I like that it is as effictive as a leading prescription moisturizer

Anonymous said...

I love that it's great for mild to moderate eczema

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