People Are Swearing By This Bargain Baby Wash For Curing Their Eczema

February 12, 2018
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A $10 baby wash is causing quite a stir in the skincare world.

Weleda’s Calendula Shampoo and Body Wash, has reportedly been working wonders for people who suffer from eczema.

Weleda’s Calendula Shampoo and Body Wash is now being sold every two minutes in the UK alone!

People are raving about this baby body wash online after people have seen brilliant results.

The natural ingredients found in the product include sweet almond oil, sesame seed oil, and calendula flower extract.

Fans of the product have left raving reviews on Amazon.

A delighted customer wrote: “Perfect for daily use if you have a sensitive skin (even for an adult). As convenient as a shower gel with the rare advantage of being free from harmful chemicals such as polyethylene glycol (PEG) and others.”

Another added: “I love the smell of this shampoo! I have used this since birth and my ‘baby’ is now 19 months. It doesn’t sting his eyes, and a little goes a long way. I also use this as a bubble bath.”

While a third said: “Bought for myself as I have sensitive skin. Lovely on my skin and hair.

While we are not exactly certain whether or not it is suitable for everybody, perhaps it’s worth mentioning to your Doctor and find out if it’s something worth trying.

Foster Father Charged After Baby Suffers 35 Broken Bones

 

Inside Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, doctors knew something was wrong with a 2-month-old baby girl placed in foster care.Doctors took X-rays and saw that the baby girl had 35 broken bones and other injuries to her hands, legs, feet, upper, and lower back.

According to court documents, her foster father, Kyle Rice, eventually told investigators he caused those injuries.

”It’s certainly very tragic. Children 5 and under are at the greatest risk of child abuse and neglect,” said Sharon Pierce, who runs the Villages of Indiana, a nonprofit that provides child and family services.

“I think for those of us who work in the child welfare system, what can we learn to prevent this from ever happening again,” she continued.

According to court documents, Rice said to investigators that he was home with the baby one day and she was fussy.

“He tried to give her a bottle, but she was spitting it out,” Pierce explained. “He then changed her diaper and she pooped while he was changing it. He held her, but she continued to cry and wouldn’t calm down.”

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