TriDerma Skin Healing Products Review and #Giveaway @TriDermaSkin #TriDerma

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My Thoughts

Having a baby means making decisions, lots and lots of decisions! From what kind of diapers to buy to the best carseat, stroller and crib; the possibilities are endless. It can be overwhelming to have too many choices. When it comes to things like skincare, at least I know I can go with a name that I know and trust with TriDerma.

Jax has been really sick for the past month with a double ear infection that won’t clear up and Pneumonia. This last round of antibiotics they put him on finally seems to be working but it has had some really bad side effects. It causes stomach upset which results in bad diaper rash. I have never seen a rash this bad before where it’s swollen, red and so raw that it blisters and bleeds. My previous diaper rash cream wasn’t working so I decided it was a good time to try the Severe Diaper Rash Fast Healing Cream.

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For raw, irritated skin and hard-to-heal rashes, moms trust TriDerma Baby. Our gentle and effective formula has FIVE times more healing power than traditional diaper rash creams, which means it helps heal and soothe even the most severe diaper rash. Plus, daily use helps protect against diaper rash for a healthy bottom.

Ideal for hard-to-heal diaper rash from medication, changes in diet or formula
Works when all other diaper creams have failed
Recommended by Doctors and Pediatricians
Provides everyday wetness protection against diaper rash
Non-greasy, sticky or tacky
Fragrance and paraben FREE

I saw a difference in his rash after just a few applications. It’s awful to see your baby in pain so quick results were exactly what I was looking for. Priced at just $6.99 this is a really affordable way to treat your baby’s diaper rash.

There are other great products in the baby skin care including Daily Healing Moisturizer which is a nice alternative to the popular scented lotions that smell great but don’t actually do must moisturizing.

daily_healing_mosit_6.2_newThis gentle daily healing lotion helps soothe baby’s delicate skin leaving it feeling extra-silky soft. It helps provide fast healing for dry skin, cradle cap, sunburn and other minor skin irritations.

Ideal for newborns, babies and kids

Other baby care items include Eczema Itch & Dryness Fast Healing Cream, Scar Block for Kids and All Purpose Aloe Healing and Cleansing Gel. Whatever your baby’s need, they have you covered! Right now you can enter below to win the complete line of five products for baby!

In addition to taking good care of baby’s skin, TriDerma has a whole lineup of products for mom too.  Whether you have problem skin like psoriasis or eczema or just want to combat the natural effects of aging, you can find the right product for you. I appreciate their affordability, effectiveness and natural ingredients. TriDerma gave comfort to my baby during a miserable time and now I am going to use it to treat the aging effect it had on my skin with all the sleepiness nights, worry and lack of care my own skin got during this time.

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The IE Mommy

The IE Mommy

I am a stay at home mom of three; ages 7, 6 and 1! I love doing product reviews and finding the best things to use for my family. Reading and writing have always been my passions so this allows me to incorporate them with the things that mean the most to me!
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Comments

  1. Annmarie W. says:

    Especially in the winter, my hands needs the most help…they get so dry & cracked!

  2. Debbie Welchert says:

    My face needs the most help. It is so dry on my forehead.

  3. Natalie Brown says:

    Hi! As I’m aging, the area of my skin that needs the most help are the smile lines around my eyes. Also my skin is somewhat dry. Thank-you for this generous chance. 🙂

  4. laurie nykaza says:

    i have eczema so this would help my skin problem love to try it

  5. Rebecca Parsons says:

    My elbows need the most help.

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