Eucerin Dry Skin Intensive 10% w/w Urea Treatment Cream Reviews
Product Type: Eucerin body care
Description:Brand: Eucerin / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisture Cream / Subcategory: Treatment / Cream / For the daily care of extremely dry, itchy, flaky skin, including aged skin /
Newest Review: ... for a 100ml. ***THE CREAM*** This cream may be a little expensive for a 100ml tube, how-ever it's espicially designed for ... more
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Customer Eucerin Dry Skin Intensive 10% w/w Urea Treatment Cream Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/10/11 (Very useful, 139 readings)
Lately I've been suffering from some dry itchy patches on one of my legs. I've been scratching them quite a lot to the point where they got a little scabby, which isn't nice. The itching was driving me crazy and I had tried slapping on E45 cream but it made no difference. I decided I needed something better so popped to boots to see what I could find. I looked at the section in boots which was for dry skin, they had lots of different types of E45 cream and then I saw the Eucerin products, which I have heard of before and recently read a few reviews about. They have lots of different products for area's such as the face or hands, but I decided to get the Dry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/11 (Very useful, 151 readings)
Since as far as I can remember ( I think I was about 6 years old), I have always had these horrible spots on my upper arms. When I was younger, it never really bothered me that much so I used to still wear capsleeve/short sleeved tops. As I grew older people would start commenting on my arms making me really self conscious so from the age of about 12 to this day ( I am now in my 20's) I have not worn any sleeveless tops or any tops which show my upper arms. It was really frustrating and after seeing several GP's and 2 dermatologists, the only response I got from them was 'moisturise and it will fade as you get older' - very sympathetic (detect tone of sarcasm). I took ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/08, updated on 05/08/10 (Very useful, 2413 readings)
Introduction Since 2002 I've been suffering from sensitive, itchy and very dry skin on my hand and elbows which was due to my allergy to chrome, a substance that I have an unusual sensitivity to even in tiny amounts. For the next 2 years I had been told by GPs, chemists and dermatologists that my skin is 'just' dry and I should use a barrier cream like Neutrogena to keep my hands moist. This of course didn't help and even got worse. Itchy blisters started to appear underneath my skin that looked like spots. When scratched they would ooze water and itch even more. With time, these blisters then rose to the surface where they looked like rashes. ... Read the complete review
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