Review of Circle of Friends Little Docs

Did you know that while it almost always begins in infancy, eczema is one of the most common chronic childhood diseases? It also lasts most often into adulthood! This uncomfortable condition of the skin (characterized by dry, red, and itchy patches anywhere on the skin), can really make a baby or child miserable! And finding out that your child has eczema can be a very difficult ordeal.

With many prescription ointments containing steroids and some OTC treatments getting the thumbs-down for effectiveness, it can be confusing as to what options are good ones for little ones. Thankfully, I was blessed to do a product review of the Little Docs line by Circle of Friends! (Yep, this is the same wonderful bunch of people who make the Lice Free Zone products!)

This amazing bunch of products are truly safe, gently, and very effective! The products contain nature’s own anti-inflammatory and soothing ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Calendula, Chamomile and Lavender and substantial levels of Vitamins A and E. There are no active drug ingredients. What's best about the products is that they are so easy to use!

There is a Soothing Shampoo and Body Wash: Put this on a toddler-sized bath poof for a fun lather that helps calm itchy skin. This is a wonderful alternative to using the oatmeal bath that is often messy and, as my kids call it, GROSS!

The Cooling Spray Lotion is my favorite. Instantly relieving the irritation of ezcema, the neat spray pump is an easy way to put on the product if your child is less-than-cooperative about having ointments put on! You may even get a giggle or two out of them...

And don't forget the Little Docs Calming Cream! A soothing alternative to pasty creams that goes on clear, I use this personally on my sunburn and bug bites!

Even if you're child has allergies, you have nothing to worry about.
The formulations are free of Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfates, synthetic fragrances, dyes, propylene glycol, alcohol, soy, nut oils, gluten, oat and dairy that can cause an allergic reaction.

You can get your
dermatologist-tested, allergy-tested, clinically-tested and non-irritating Little Docs products at Amazon and the Circle of Friends website!