Which cream for baby's eczema-prone skin?

Finding the best cream for eczema when your baby has dry, atopic-prone skin is a real deal. Baby eczema , or atopic dermatitis , can be explained by two main factors. In the majority of cases, it has genetic origins. Also, if you parents have problems of this type, there is a good chance that your little one does. It is also explained by the permeability of the little ones' skin . During the first months of its life, its skin is very thin and is more sensitive to external aggressions (cold, irritating products, fabrics, allergens, etc.). Atopic dermatitis results in red patches , irritated, itchy skin and a baby who is not really happy...

What is the best cream for atopic eczema in babies from birth ?

This skin disease is common among children and we have everything you need in terms of products to relieve atopic eczema, such as our DERMABébé range with care dedicated to dry, atopic-prone skin. We present to you our range dedicated to dry skin with atopic tendency at the end of this article, enjoy reading!

  • How to choose a cream suitable for baby's atopic eczema?
  • Creams for baby's atopic eczema
  • A range designed for atopic skin with a tendency to eczema
  • Focus on the best cream for eczema: Emollient Cream from Laboratoires Téane

How to choose a cream suitable for atopic eczema?

The main function of the skin is to protect, to create a barrier between the inside and the outside. For people suffering from atopic skin , the skin does not play its role as a protective barrier , we speak of a skin barrier defect . In short, atopic skin is very sensitive and is therefore very permeable to external aggressors, allergens and products, and in particular cosmetic ingredients that are placed on the skin.
It can be difficult to know which cosmetic product to turn to to take care of baby's fragile skin. The golden rule is to choose the most natural treatments possible . This ensures that potentially toxic ingredients are not allowed to penetrate your skin. Or irritating cosmetic ingredients to dry out your skin more than it already is!

Ingredients not recommended to avoid

It's no longer a secret. Conventional cosmetics contain many chemical substances. Not only does their composition need to be reviewed, but they also contain very few natural active ingredients (1 to 2% vs. 30 to 40% in organic cosmetics). As a reminder, babies suffering from eczematous skin have a skin barrier that is permeable to the ingredients that are applied to their skin. Allergens or even toxic substances penetrate very easily. For these reasons, we advise you to look at the labels of the eczema creams you want to buy and be wary of a few ingredients.

To name just part of it:
- PEGs , often written with these three letters on the labels, they are easy to find.
- phenoxyethanol , a potentially toxic preservative and a suspected endocrine disruptor that is still found in many conventional products.
- surfactants , irritating and drying foaming agents that we often see under the names Sodium Lauryl Sulfate or Sodium Laureth Sulfate.
- synthetic perfume to avoid contact with allergens.
- mineral oils from petrochemicals such as Liquidum paraffinum.
- BHA and BHT, neurotoxic antioxidants with potential endocrine disruptors.

Decipher the ingredients or trust the labels

You can turn to products labeled organic if you do not feel able to do so, which is completely understandable given the size of the ingredient lists and the scientific terms used. COSMOS, COSMEBIO or even ECOCERT are guarantees of safety and guarantee the naturalness of care.

Paying particular attention to the products chosen to care for your infant is essential. Whether he is prone to dry skin or not, his skin remains fragile. She must be protected and hydrated every day with a cream adapted to her eczema to strengthen her skin barrier. Also note that an infant does not need to be washed every day , two to three per week are enough!

However, be careful with a few false friends for dry skin with atopic tendency. Essential oils and alcohol are widely used in organic cosmetics. Although very interesting for many reasons, it is best that you put aside eczema creams containing these ingredients. In fact, they can be potentially irritating for babies suffering from dry, atopic-prone skin.

Creams for baby's atopic eczema

You have done everything in place to preserve your child's skin with natural solutions but you notice that no treatment relieves or treats your baby's very dry skin. Your baby surely needs care dedicated to this skin problem: specific creams to treat your baby's eczema .

When a baby has eczema skin , a moisturizer or virgin oil is not enough to prevent itching or irritation. As for creams based on cortisone, or corticosteroids to treat eczema, they are effective instantly. They will relieve inflammatory outbreaks but will not resolve the problem in depth. To address this skin problem naturally and effectively, Laboratoires Téane have designed a suitable cream . Skin prone to atopic eczema needs to be protected and nourished. However, you also need to soothe breakouts and strengthen your skin barrier. Our organic emollient cream meets all the requirements of skin prone to dermatitis. And a little extra: it’s suitable for the whole family! This cream is the best alternative to creams with cortisone.

A range for atopic skin prone to eczema

best emollient cream

Emollient cream


best baby wash gel

Cleansing Gentleness


best baby oil

Multi-care oil


baby product box

Baby care box

€34.40 instead of €49.20


The DERMABébé range for the most fragile skin

Our DERMABébé range is dedicated to babies' dry, sensitive and atopic-prone skin. We have imagined a routine that will soothe fragile skin, eliminate dry patches and protect it .

Formulated with ingredients of natural origin and COSMEBIO certified, this range includes three products. Our certified organic cleansing gentleness is perfect for washing your baby two to three times a week without damaging their skin. In addition, its natural composition makes it an ally in protecting your skin!

For an even gentler bath, you can add our certified organic multi-care baby oil . A few drops to apply to the skin before bathing help limit the drying effect that water, which is often hard, can have: this helps avoid tightness after bathing! Used in massage, it relieves and soothes the scratching that can cause dry and irritated patches.

The best cream for eczema

To complete the routine , consider our certified organic emollient face & body cream, the best cream for eczema ! It can be used from the birth of your child, on the face and body. Its organic and natural formula is formulated specifically for very dry skin with atopic tendency . This cream contains our patented Cassia Alata extract which will repair and restore the skin barrier. In addition, prolonged application of this treatment will help space out eczematous outbreaks. The ingredients it contains soothe itching sensations from the first applications and reduce redness . It is also ideal because it deeply hydrates and nourishes the skin. Its anti-inflammatory properties make it essential for atopic-prone skin.

Natural treatments with proven effectiveness

This organic emollient cream has been clinically tested and the results speak for themselves! More than 72%* of people felt long-term hydration and 100%* of them had a feeling of soothing .

In conclusion, the use of organic, natural, gentle products adapted to baby's atopic skin is a first step towards soothed skin. For more information, do not hesitate to read our article on tips for relieving atopic skin !

For more information, or if dermatitis persists, consider consulting a healthcare professional .

* 20 volunteers with atopic skin prone to eczema, 1 application per day for 28 days. Tests carried out under dermatological control - BIO-EC Laboratories - Longjumeau.

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