ATOPIC ECZEMA IN CHILDREN:
DEALING WITH SKIN RASHES THAT ITCH AT BEDTIME
Eczema or atopic dermatitis in children can be particularly tricky at bedtime with skin rashes that itch and eczema flare ups interfering with sleep. To offer children (and their parents!) the best chance of a restful night:
• Prepare for bed with a lukewarm bath followed by a good eczema cream for toddlers and children
• Help children keep cool in bed with light bedding and cotton pyjamas. Turn the heating down in winter and keep a window open in summer
• Keep a Lipikar Stick AP+ on hand to help zap itches during the night
KEEP YOUR STICK
BY YOUR BED
Think of it as a super concentrated atopic eczema miracle cream for toddlers and children
Even with an A+ routine and perfect pyjamas, there’s always a chance you will wake up itching. Don’t panic! Just grab your Stick, swirl it around on the itch and your skin will feel soothed, meaning you can get back to the important job of sleeping!
Night time can sometimes be tough when you have an atopic eczema-prone skin. But with the right routine, you can help calm those flare ups and make your nights more restful.
And remember, when you itch, grab the Stick!
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