Natural Baby Eczema Cream

Baby Eczema Cream | Grahams Natural

£19.95 GBP



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Developed to relieve the symptoms of Eczema, Dermatitis, itchy and dry skin and minor skin irritations. 

A naturally formulated Therapeutic product for babies and children with clinically tested ingredients.

How to use:

Apply to affected area 2 to 3 times a day.
For the best results we suggest you use the baby eczema cream with Grahams Baby Eczema Body & Bath Oil. 
Always patch test before use.


Water, Cocoa butter, Olive oil, Shea butter, Jojoba oil, Vitamin E, Vanilla tincture, Colloidal Oatmeal, Allantoin, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate, Cetyl alcohol (vegetable), Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Cetearyl glucoside, Cetostearyl alcohol, Bisabolol, Sclerotium gum.

Learn more:

Please check out our How To Guide for further information.

FAQ's for Children and Babies with Eczema.

Our blog page also is filled with great information on babies and children with eczema, you can read more here.

Always read the label. If symptoms persist, consult your health care practitioner. As with all products, patch test first to check for allergies.

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We love hearing from our customers and in fact it is what drives us more to get the message out to mums and dads that there is a natural option for them to try!  Even better when we receive photos from a mum below!   

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      "I just wanted to share with you some pics of little Charlotte. Her skin is totally clear of eczema now & we’re using only your products daily at bath time!” - Sam

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grahams natural ingredients we love

Colloidal Oatmeal

colloidal oatmeal grahams natural. We provide natural, effective treatments for people suffering with eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and rosacea. Our wide range of products will help to sooth the itchiest of skin.Clinical data supports and is approved for use by the FDA as an over-the-counter skin protectant. Colloidal oatmeal has been clinically proven to have an anti-itch affect. It soothes, softens, reduces water loss and moisturises skin thereby reducing redness and irritation. Colloidal oatmeal works great to help relieve dry, skin patches and more importantly Eczema.

Vitamin E

Or tocopherol, is well-known for its skin benefits and is easily absorbed into the skin and hair. Vitamin E may potentially help to promote skin cell formation. However, it is highly moisturising, which makes it an ideal addition to shampoos and conditioners. The Vitamin E content also keeps the oil from becoming rancid; thereby increasing a cosmetic or hair care product's shelf life.

Shea Butter

grahams natural shea butter. We provide natural, effective treatments for people suffering with eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and rosacea. Our wide range of products will help to sooth the itchiest of skin.One of the best moisturising and protectant ingredients. It helps to make the skin more supple, nourished and moisturised. 

Cocoa Butter

Has exceptionally high emollient properties due to its source of functinal lipids.

Jojoba Oil

grahams natural jojoba oil. We provide natural, effective treatments for people suffering with eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and rosacea. Our wide range of products will help to sooth the itchiest of skin.Jojoba oil's resemblance to sebum allows it to easily absorb into your skin, helping making it a gentle, softening moisturiser.  It may assist for a variety of skin infections due to its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. It may also improve and help relieve an skin conditions such as psoriasis, chapped skin, sunburn and eczema.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is an excellent ingredient for those with super dry skin! It moisturises the skin while leaving a silky smooth oil barrier on the skin to protect the skin from dry climates & environments.

Vanilla Tincture

Vanilla contains a range of complex aromatics that are used for emollients to 'smell good'. We love the vanilla in the Kids Eczema cream as it gives a beautiful yet soft aroma to the cream and to your little one.

Potassium Sorbate & Sodium Benzoate

Potassium sorbate and Sodium benzoate are predominatly used as an antifungal preservatives both in food and cosmetic preparations. 


What may aggravate eczema?

Heat, letting the skin get dry and prickle aggravate eczema.  Keep your child cool, apply plenty of moisturiser and dress them in loose, light cotton or bamboo clothing and blankets. More information can be found on eczema here.
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Heat & Bedtime

Your child will most likely itch more at night as they get hot under the covers and most will get into the habit of waking up.  It is best if your child sleeps in their own bed to avoid overheating.  Cotton or bamboo bed linen and at most one thin cotton blanket is the best bedding for your child.  Woollen blankets, plastic mattress protectors and doonas should not be used.  Constant waking and scratching at night and the sign of blood on the sheets the next morning are signs your child’s skin is too dry and more moisturising or oiling needs to be applied.  Keeping your child cool helps reduce the itch.

Heat & Bath time

As heat can aggravate your child’s condition we recommend you bath your child once a day in warm (not hot) water adding a cap full of Grahams body & bath oil to the bath (using this as a soap substitute). Soaps can dry out the skin. Try and bath your child at least two hours before bedtime.

Dryness & the skin

Keep your child’s skin moisturised as much as possible during the day, this will help with the dryness.  Water, air-blowing heaters, cleaning agents, soap, swimming and the environment can all be drying to your child’s skin..

Can my child go swimming?

Yes, but if they are having flare ups your doctor may suggest the swimming stops until the eczema gets better. Before swimming we recommend you apply moisturiser to the skin.  After swimming wash the chlorine/salt water with cool fresh water apply bath oil, and then apply a moisturiser before dressing.

Is my child allergic to foods?

10% of children with eczema have food allergies. Children who have food allergies may have extremely itchy skin without the redness. Other children may develop a hives reaction to foods straight away or within a couple of hours after food. These reactions generally start in the early months and often your child will grow out of them. If you are worried your child might have food allergies, keep a diary and your child’s skin reaction to these foods to show to your doctor.  Foods that cause allergies are; egg, dairy, seafood, nuts, beef, chicken, wheat, acidic fruit and junk food. When you introduce a new food it is best to only give a small amount of each new food. Don’t restrict your child's diet without consulting a doctor.

How will I know if my child's eczema is infected and what should I do if it is?

When eczema gets infected it will crust (normally yellow in colour), it might weep, and is normally a sudden change in the eczema. It might be itchier than normal painful to touch. In severe cases your child might find it hard to extend their elbows or knees. It is common for children with uncontrollable eczema to get secondary infections. The reasons behind eczema becoming infected is usually because the child scratches and breaks the skin. One small infected area can flare other areas of eczema. If you believe the eczema to be infected go to your family doctor and have the infected areas swabbed and treated.
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