I know eczema and dry skin will affect a lot of you with young children and babies, particularly in the winter months, so I’ve teamed up with Diprobase for an emollient lotion giveaway which can help relieve symptoms.
One in five children in the UK have eczema and many babies develop the condition before their first birthday.1 Emollients such as Diprobase are recommended by the NHS health authority, NICE, and help relieve symptoms of itchy dry skin and delay flare-ups.
Diprobase lotion is free from common irritants, such as Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS), parabens and fragrances and can be used by mum and baby. It works by helping to restore the skin’s natural barrier function, keeping it moisturised, soft and supple.
Today, I have 1x Diprobase 300ml Lotion and 2x Diprobase 50ml Lotions to give away to TWENTY lucky readers – ideal for use at home and to keep handy whilst on the go.
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NHS Choices. Atopic eczema. Introduction. 2014. Available at: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Eczema-(atopic)/Pages/Introduction.aspx [Last accessed November 2016]
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