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Ingredients that may be of concern as it relates to food allergies and skin sensitization are Olive Oil, Vegetable Oil and Hydrogenated Palm Glycerides.
Solace Cream is a FDA-approved formulation once only available by prescription under the brand name, PruMyx. Now available without a prescription, Solace Cream provides clinically proven, safe and effective, steroid-free atopic dermatitis (eczema) relief. This triple-functioning cream not only helps relieve eczema symptoms, like itching, burning, and dryness, but is proven to both restore the integrity of the skin barrier and keep eczema in remission longer, thus reducing or eliminating the need for topical steroids to address flare-ups. Safe for even infants, Solace Cream can be used multiple times per day, for as long as needed, all over the body and face. It contains essential skin building blocks like cholesterol, fatty acids, ceramics, and Palmitamide MEA (PEA) and is hypoallergenic.
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