A child's woe & detergent for sensitive skin

by - Tuesday, May 05, 2015

As a parent, one of the most important things in life is your child. When I realized that my son also was blessed with my sensitive skin I felt terrible. So the one thing that I could do for him was to try and figure out what was causing his eczema and how to deal with it in each aspect. I never imagined that it would be such a chore for both of us.

Thankfully, when it came to our laundry routine I purchased a large size of All Free Clear that would keep us stocked for a good while. I purchased this because all free clear is the #1 recommended detergent brand by Dermatologists, Allergists, and Pediatricians for sensitive skin. It's tough on stains yet gentle enough for the whole family. Plus, it's safe for use in standard and HE machines. It rinses clean and has a gentle, hypoallergenic formula. Powerful Clean. Gentle on Skin. It was also available at my nearest big bulk store and I purchased the mighty pacs from my local Walgreen's.

A few selling points that made me even more comfortable with the All Free Clear was that the detergent, fabric softener and dryer sheets received the National Eczema Association (NEA) Seal of Acceptance™. Products with the NEA Seal of Acceptance™ are those that avoid certain chemicals, dyes, perfumes and residues that are known to be unsuitable for use by persons with eczema or a sensitive skin condition.  The other thing that was wonderful is that all free clear has only 9 ingredients! That's less than almost all detergents on the market.

With me not having to think about my laundry routine by just dropping a little mighty pac into the wash machine, I can have more time to myself to read my latest magazine or catch up on my endless e-mails. I am thankful for this great product that is so widely available! Thank you to all free clear for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring me to try all free clear!

With my laundry routine squared away, now I just have to make sure my boy isn't eating dairy products and is limited on his sugar in take. As my son would say, "easy, peasy, lemon squeezey."

Does your child or someone in your life have sensitive skin? I'd love to know what you do to take extra precautions!

best, rachel

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