Have you met my oldest Ava? Ava is 6 years old and is the perfect blend of both mother and father! It’s amazing how you can pinpoint which attributes she gets from which parent. She is stubborn and feisty like her mother. She is both naturally talented and intelligent like her dad. She has fine hair that she got from her mother and sensitive skin that she got from Dad. Blending together both Stubbornness and sensitive skin makes for one grumpy and self-conscious child.
As a baby, she had sensitivities to Aloe Vera, which is a fairly common ingredient found in baby products like diapers and wipes. At one point she had such a bad diaper rash that her poor little bottom was bright red and firey. It was only through the process of elimination that we figured out that it was Aloe that was causing her such grief. Lotions, wipes, you name it and it probably has aloe in it. We have always been mindful of the products we use on her sensitive fair skin.
She’s always had little dry spots here and there and we’d treat it with a lotions and it would subside but never for good. As she’s gotten older they’ve developed into full-blown spots of eczema. Remember that first trait I mentioned that she got from mama? She hates putting on lotion, therefore she will not, it is a battle to get her to put on lotions to help keep her poor skin hydrated! She drinks lots of water, she eats a plethora of fruit and vegetables but yet we couldn’t seem to kick this eczema.
As her Eczema would flare up and the discomfort would really set it, we began looking for some type of natural relief and that is when we found Pure Hazelwood. A Canadian product line by a Canadian company containing 100% Natural Hazelwood from the Canadian Boreal Forest, Hazelwood is known to help relieve symptoms related to inflammation. Upon further research into the Canadian Company, we learned that Pure Hazelwood uses the highest quality Hazelwood, gemstones, clasps and the like, they have been a world leader on Hazelwood products for the last 18 years
I was skeptical, how can necklace provide relief for Ava when we’ve tried everything else that we were supposed too and nothing has helped. No Cortisone cream, baby lotions specifically for Eczema or a healthy diet would help, so why would a wearing a Hazelwood necklace work? What’s the worst thing that can happen? So we dedicated a solid two weeks straight to wearing this necklace and refraining from using any lotions.
After having completed 2 full weeks with the necklace on, only removing for bathtime both myself and Ava couldn’t be happier that we set our skepticism aside to try it the necklace, the red dryness has reduced within the last two weeks, her blisters are smaller in size and she no longer scratches her skin. It’s not 100% gone yet but it’s reduced significantly, her skin looks so much better and she is much more comfortable in her skin which in turn makes her happier. The proof is in these pictures ,which have not been altered, photo-shop or enhanced in any way shape or form.
Pure Hazelwood has made such an improvement in our day-to-day happiness both as mother and child with the relief that it has offered Ava as some of the blisters were becoming quite painful. Ava will continue to wear her necklace without question and this makes me a happy mother. Win…WIN! Enter to win one of three Pure Hazelwood prizes, which include a $50 gift card and a Pure Hazelwood product (valued at $50). Pure Hazelwood Influence Central Contest
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