Healthy Skin for Happy Families

I partnered with this brand in exchange for sharing my honest opinion.

When my middle child was born, he had terrible eczema all over his body. He would scratch his poor skin all day and I remember trying lotion after lotion to soothe him. As a mom I felt helpless and could see how miserable he was. I just wanted him to have healthy skin.

Even now he has bouts of skin issues and as he calls it, he gets the “itchies” on his legs. Some lotions burn and irritate him still which of course we don’t find out until we try out the brand. Natralia is a brand that has a line of products to help keep kid’s skin health and manage fare-ups. Their regimen of three products are made without harmful ingredients found in other eczema products. All three products also act as a skin protectant to help relieve itching, minor skin irritations, redness and dry patches of skin.

There are no steroids, no parrafin, no parabens, no artificial colors and no fragrances in Happy Little Bodies.

Natralia Happy Little Bodies line is both safe and effective. The product line includes an Eczema Relief Cream, Eczema Body Wash & Shampoo and Eczema Moisturizing Lotion.

Healthy Skin = Happy Child + Happy Parents!

For kids with eczema or just sensitive skin, Happy Little Bodies is a great natural line to help their skin. I love that the line is a whole regiman rather than just a lotion.

Did you know that a child’s eczema rash can worsen because of the soap or shampoo they use at bath time? The Eczema Body Wash & Shampoo is a 2-in-1 body wash and shampoo gentle enough for daily use. The wash is not harsh nor does it dry-out skin like traditional soap and shampoos. It comes in a nice pump bottle so you can pump out just what you need while your bathing your child. I actually have this in the shower for my 8 year old to use and it is easier for him as well with the pump spout.

The Eczema Moisturizing Lotion is a lotion designed for daily use to help retain moisture for healthier skin. It contains collodial oatmeal which is known for its skin-soothing properties. It alleviates discomfort caused by eczema. This is a nice big 6 ounce bottle and a little does go a long way! Oh and the lotion is non-greasy feeling either which is nice.

Finally there is the Eczema Relief Cream for when your child has a flare-up or rash. Its steroid-free formula is designed to be gentle enough on skin but powerful enough to soothe it. The bottle is smaller at just 2 ounces but it is a product that will hopefully only be used occasionally. This cream is even as effective as hydro-cortisone cream!

While I don’t wish eczema on any family, if your family does have it then Natralia Happy Little Bodies is a great product line to try out. I haven’t been able to test it on a flare-up yet but on my son’s dry legs it has been great. He gets very dry skin in the cold Chicago weather we have here and doesn’t like how lotions irritant him. He has been using the Eczema Moisturizing Lotion and Body Wash & Shampoo daily!

Check out Natralia for more information on Happy Little Bodies or find Happy Little Bodies products on Amazon.

WIN IT: (1) US winner will receive a Happy Little Bodies Skin Care Prize Pack

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  1. YVONNE WOODSTOCK says:

    We-avoid-bath-and-body-products-that-have-bad-/unnatural-things-in-them.
    We-use-a-laundry-soap-with-no-scent-and-no-colors.

  2. I avoid scented detergents and popular lotions because the ingredients are full of chemicals. Coconut oil is a good way to go for a lot of different skin issues but its nice to have safe lotions too because little ones don’t know to be mindful of oily hands.

  3. Brandon Sparks says:

    I rub him down with bed time lotion every night before bed and a daily baby lotion after every bath.

  4. I make sure my daughter [the whole family] wear sunscreen year round

  5. laurie murley says:

    we use lotions for ezceme and that helps alot

  6. use natural products

  7. Yvonne Delgado says:

    coconut oil and mild non fragrant face wash and body wash

  8. Jessica W. says:

    I try to keep her hydrated with lots of water plus sunscreen when we go out.

  9. Nicole Lancaster says:

    I use Coconut Oil mixed with Essential Oils to keep my child’s skin healthy.

  10. Dana Matthews says:

    Several times a day we wipe down with wipes and make sure we’ve not gotten into anything that can cause or be a potential problem. Lotion is always used when we find dry spots.

  11. Kathy Pease says:

    I always made sure they applied sunblock when going outside

  12. wow

  13. I choose naturalporoducts such as coconut oil for my baby

  14. I moisturizer morning moon and night

  15. I moisturize my kids’ skin right after a warm bath.

  16. I would say with sunscreen and hats.

  17. Jennifer H. says:

    I would say with sunblock to protect their skin.

  18. Candace Galan says:

    By keeping the skin clean and moisturized!

  19. We use sunscreen and lotion.

  20. Lora Wiseman says:

    It would be a blessing to win this for my grandson.we have tried everything for his eczema, and nothing has seamed to work.I pray everyday for a cure or something to give him relieve for his skin being so dry and scratchy, and not being able to relieve this baby of the discomfort tares my heart in two.so please with all i have i pray to win to help my grandbaby dins relieve.

  21. We moisturize their skin after baths

  22. Teresa A Thompson says:

    Oatmeal baths help my granddaughters skin.

  23. Lotion in the winter and sunscreen in the summer

  24. Danalee Davis says:

    The main way I keep their skin healthy with sunscreen.

  25. Melissa Hilton says:

    we use home made lotions and gentle soaps

  26. We use essential oils for eczema and that works well, but I am always interested in trying better products as they develop too. Thanks so much for the chances to win.

  27. I try to moisturize but not was the skin too much. Washing drys it out

  28. My older son had eczema and nothing I tried worked. I then decided to start coconut oil with aquaphor applied to seal it in. It was the ONLY thing that controlled it. Now at 6, he gladly outgrew it..
    Now my 5 month has it…

  29. Wash and moisturize.

  30. This lotion is so good for my granddaughter’s skin. I’m so happy we found this.

  31. I like to keep my son’s skin healthy by using lotions that I’ve made at home!

  32. LeeAnn Foster says:

    I have tried everything to keep my 6 month old son’s (any my own) skin healthy! I have tried multiple creams, shea butter, coconut oil, steroid creams. Nothing has worked. I really hope that I win so I can see how well this works for my poor little man.

  33. Regina Davis says:

    A little coconut oil works wonders!

  34. Denise Osborn says:

    Oatmeal baths really help

  35. Sally Wilsey says:

    Use only natural products with no dyes, perfumes or additives. My Granddaughter is 7 and we still follow this practice.

  36. Laurie Nykaza says:

    We make sure and use sun block and them also use moisturizers too to keep there skin soft.

  37. Michelle Michelle leffler says:

    Love natural products lotions, wipes creams so much better for you skin.

  38. I make sure they drink lots of water!

  39. New baby in May

  40. I think lotion can be very important for skin health.

  41. win

  42. Oatmeal baths and Eucerin to moisturize

  43. use lotion

  44. Eileen Burke says:

    I try to use fragrance free lotions for my kids

  45. crystal frey says:

    we uselotion every single tine we get out of the bath and when they get out of bed. babies have the dryest skin

  46. Bathe once every other day, and lots of coconut oil!

  47. Evelyn Frieson says:

    Great Giveaway.

  48. We give baths only when absolutely necessary and use lotions and detergents that are free from dyes and fragrances.

  49. denise low says:

    We use baby lotion after baths. That seems to help. Thank you for sharing.

  50. We try to encourage lots of hand washing. Encourage sunscreen use.

  51. PATTY NIEDERT says:

    I’m very interested in these products. My 4 year old granddaughter has eczema and I always want to find something that will work for her.

  52. Daily baths and complete lotion rub

  53. Maryann D. says:

    My family uses lots of lotions and oils on their dry skin. We all have sensitive skin. I try to purchase natural products for all of us.

  54. Cynthia C says:

    My niece has eczema and her mom is very careful about the products she uses. I would like her to try these products for her.

  55. Melanie Huttner says:

    I use lotions with natural ingredients

  56. Holly Thomas says:

    I actually don’t do anything special to keep their skin healthy. Which would I guess be a reason for my son having eczema in a couple spots. I didn’t quite realize fragrance free products is what I needed to be using!

  57. Victoria Scott says:

    I pay a lot of attention to what’s in the products they use. We use mostly fragrance free products as well.

  58. I ensure she uses fragrance free products.

  59. vickie couturier says:

    during the winter i use a lot of unscented lotion and sunscreen during the summer and stay away from dyes

  60. By using all natural detergents, soaps, shampoos, lotions, and Aloe Vera.
    Sometimes they wear gloves when they itch real bad so they don’t cause a bad infection or irritation on their skin – especially their faces.

  61. I like to use all natural lotions that are gentle on their skin

  62. Lots of lotion and love 🙂

  63. Lots of lotions

  64. Angela Newsome says:

    We always use lots of lotion in the winter!

  65. Meghan Kovachevich says:

    With our daughter we give her a bath every other day instead of every day to keep her skin from drying out too much. Her eczema can get pretty bad if we bathe her too often.

  66. Marcus Walker says:

    Avoid too much sunlight

  67. Kayla Klontz says:

    Aloe always helps before going outside in the sun!

  68. We use sunscreen and also use moisturizer or lotion.

  69. I use raw shea butter on my baby’s skin or coconut oil. They both work wonders on eczema and diaper rash.

  70. laura feist says:

    baby lotion

  71. Julie Lundstrom says:

    I use lotions to help keep my baby’s skin healthy.

  72. baby lotion

  73. Darlene Carbajal says:

    Moisturize after every bath.

  74. Vickie Moore says:

    My grandson breaks out horribly from grass. He has very dry skin. I believe this would be something to try.

  75. Renee Walters says:

    This is great! I use baby lotion on my son everyday to keep his skin healthy and soft.