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Old 01-28-2008, 05:57 AM
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Default VERY helpfull cream!!

I dont know how well this would work on the face with the eyes and other open areas, but it worked great on my little 3 mo old. Her hemangioma is located right beside her labia, and thanks to a VERY good friend that works at a nursing home, we got some good information from a wound care nurse!! CALMOSEPTINE is the name of it. It is water barrier, and promotes healing. My daughters ulceration has pretty much completely dissapeared, and now she is never in pain anymore, u could touch it all day long, and she just lays there happy like a baby should be, so i hope this helps u all out a lot!!! ive got a few links where u can buy it, the first is the cheapest i have found it!! Good luck all!!!

http://www.medichest.com/calmoseptineoin-5456.html

these are other places u can find it!

http://www.calmoseptineointment.com/
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