Experience Sharing
Every mother hopes that her children can grow up healthily, and Katherine is no exception.

Katherine is a full-time mother. Her daughter just turned one year-old this year. She feels extremely happy for her baby daughter growing up healthily each day.

But it wasn't always so.

When her daughter was born, because the doctor thought Katherine had a fever, she was given antibiotics several times in a row.

This left unhealthy remnants in her daughter's body since birth, so that when her daughter was less than two months old, she encountered what every mother dreads: eczema.
Newborn acne occurred and then became eczema. Her skin was red and dry. Her face, hands and feet, folds, back, heart and mouth had eczema splotches everywhere.
It never seemed to completely disappear, no matter what Katherine tried.
Sometimes even water started seeping out from the sores, which is not what's suppose to happen to a newborn baby's skin.

Katherine and her husband’s family had no history of eczema, so it was all very strange to them.
Katherine and her husband did not pay attention to the potential problem of eczema when they were pregnant.

Skin disease means some ointment would help, right? That's what Katherine initially thought.
So she went out and bought 30 jars of expensive ointment, costing her HK$ 20,000 (US$2,575).

But no matter how Katherine helped her baby spread ointment around, it was not very effective and could not solve the problem at all.
Every night, her daughter was uncomfortable and itchy due to eczema, and found difficulty falling asleep.
Katherine did not rest to take care of her daughter, and kept trying with ointment for many months.
Unfortunately, it didn't work.

What to try next? Although Katherine heard that Chinese medicine is helpful, her daughter was considered too young.
Some have heard that the whole body develops eczema more severely after drinking Chinese medicine.
Katherine did not dare take the risk, so she went to see a different western-medicine doctor.

Paying HK$3,000 for a consultation and medicated cream was expensive, but Katherine initially thought it was worth it.
The rashes seemed to be under control.
Until she found out what really was inside the new cream.
The doctor said: "The steroids of the cream used are already the lowest class, so don’t worry."
However, after a while of applying the topical corticosteroids on her daughter's skin, Katherine checked the label on her own.
She found that the steroid class of the ointment was actually not low at all.
Class 1 being the highest and 7 being the lowest potency, the cream prescribed by the doctor was a class 4 not class 7!
Her daughter was only about 6 months-old at the time. She was absorbing high-levels of steroids every day, which made Katherine very scared.

Katherine herself is was always interested in nutrition and health products.
One day, she heard that probiotics could help improve eczema.

So she bought and started trying probiotics from a certain brand, but unfortunately it was not effective.

"After reading the nutrition facts carefully, I found that the ingredients were a bit strange. They included sugar and milk! I wondered why they were added these unhealthy ingredients to the probiotics," Katherine said.

By chance, Katherine soon got to know about the probiotics from OV. She learnt that there are 14 kinds of healthy bacteria without additives, which immediately moved Katherine to try.
Back to normal, healthy baby skin!
In addition to trying OV's Prime Probiotics, Katherine also tried giving Organic Vegan Omegas 3-6-9 and Organic Aloe Vera Mix to her daughter.

What were the results?

In less than a month, her daughter's rashes started shrinking.
Her skin's redness and itchiness was gone.

After taking OV's organic health products, she finally could start reducing the frequency of applying the steroid cream.

It turns out, eczema is actually a problem of the immune system.
How to deal with it cannot be solved externally.
Generally, mothers think it is a skin problem.
They apply steroids to their kids, even though they know it doesn't cure them.
Some might stop using steroid creams, but stopping these alone does not help the child to rebalance their internal immune system.
Topical corticosteroids may help relieve symptoms in the short term, but they don't solve the fundamental problem.

When her eczema was at the most serious level, Katherine had been under pressure from her mother-in-law, berating her for not taking care of her daughter's eczema. Not only her mother, but also blame from her grandfather, grandma, and her own mother. They believed that it was Katherine's restlessness during pregnancy that caused her daughter's eczema.

Thankfully, now that her daughter is cured, Katherine has become much more relaxed.
There isn't an urgent need to look after her daughter's wellbeing every minute and every second.

What's more, Katherine is now extremely grateful that her baby daughter has finally got normal baby skin, light and smooth.

"Based on my own experience, health care products are really indispensable, because it turned out fixing my daughter's immune system fixed the root cause. It helps children grow up healthily in the future and lay a solid foundation for them."

"My advice is, if your child has eczema too, look at the ingredients before trying any product; otherwise it will only be a waste of money.

Most importantly, don’t procrastinate. Children grow up gradually, then come in contact with the outside world.

I have heard of children who have low self-esteem because of eczema, and that mothers of classmates do not understand the non-infectious aspect of eczema and think that their children will be infected, and prevent their children from approaching the child with eczema.

This is very hurtful, so there needs to be more education. What's more, eczema should be dealt with as soon as possible. The more natural the treatment, the better. I now love to share my experience and help other mothers. "

Experience Sharing
Every mother hopes that her children can grow up healthily, and Katherine is no exception.

Katherine is a full-time mother. Her daughter just turned one year-old this year. She feels extremely happy for her baby daughter growing up healthily each day.

But it wasn't always so.

When her daughter was born, because the doctor thought Katherine had a fever, she was given antibiotics several times in a row.

This left unhealthy remnants in her daughter's body since birth, so that when her daughter was less than two months old, she encountered what every mother dreads: eczema.
Newborn acne occurred and then became eczema. Her skin was red and dry. Her face, hands and feet, folds, back, heart and mouth had eczema splotches everywhere.
It never seemed to completely disappear, no matter what Katherine tried.
Sometimes even water started seeping out from the sores, which is not what's suppose to happen to a newborn baby's skin.

Katherine and her husband’s family had no history of eczema, so it was all very strange to them.
Katherine and her husband did not pay attention to the potential problem of eczema when they were pregnant.

Skin disease means some ointment would help, right? That's what Katherine initially thought.
So she went out and bought 30 jars of expensive ointment, costing her HK$ 20,000 (US$2,575).

But no matter how Katherine helped her baby spread ointment around, it was not very effective and could not solve the problem at all.
Every night, her daughter was uncomfortable and itchy due to eczema, and found difficulty falling asleep.
Katherine did not rest to take care of her daughter, and kept trying with ointment for many months.
Unfortunately, it didn't work.

What to try next? Although Katherine heard that Chinese medicine is helpful, her daughter was considered too young.
Some have heard that the whole body develops eczema more severely after drinking Chinese medicine.
Katherine did not dare take the risk, so she went to see a different western-medicine doctor.

Paying HK$3,000 for a consultation and medicated cream was expensive, but Katherine initially thought it was worth it.
The rashes seemed to be under control.
Until she found out what really was inside the new cream.
The doctor said: "The steroids of the cream used are already the lowest class, so don’t worry."
However, after a while of applying the topical corticosteroids on her daughter's skin, Katherine checked the label on her own.
She found that the steroid class of the ointment was actually not low at all.
Class 1 being the highest and 7 being the lowest potency, the cream prescribed by the doctor was a class 4 not class 7!
Her daughter was only about 6 months-old at the time. She was absorbing high-levels of steroids every day, which made Katherine very scared.

Katherine herself is was always interested in nutrition and health products.
One day, she heard that probiotics could help improve eczema.

So she bought and started trying probiotics from a certain brand, but unfortunately it was not effective.

"After reading the nutrition facts carefully, I found that the ingredients were a bit strange. They included sugar and milk! I wondered why they were added these unhealthy ingredients to the probiotics," Katherine said.

By chance, Katherine soon got to know about the probiotics from OV. She learnt that there are 14 kinds of healthy bacteria without additives, which immediately moved Katherine to try.
Back to normal, healthy baby skin!
In addition to trying OV's Prime Probiotics, Katherine also tried giving Organic Vegan Omegas 3-6-9 and Organic Aloe Vera Mix to her daughter.

What were the results?

In less than a month, her daughter's rashes started shrinking.
Her skin's redness and itchiness was gone.

After taking OV's organic health products, she finally could start reducing the frequency of applying the steroid cream.

It turns out, eczema is actually a problem of the immune system.
How to deal with it cannot be solved externally.
Generally, mothers think it is a skin problem.
They apply steroids to their kids, even though they know it doesn't cure them.
Some might stop using steroid creams, but stopping these alone does not help the child to rebalance their internal immune system.
Topical corticosteroids may help relieve symptoms in the short term, but they don't solve the fundamental problem.

When her eczema was at the most serious level, Katherine had been under pressure from her mother-in-law, berating her for not taking care of her daughter's eczema. Not only her mother, but also blame from her grandfather, grandma, and her own mother. They believed that it was Katherine's restlessness during pregnancy that caused her daughter's eczema.

Thankfully, now that her daughter is cured, Katherine has become much more relaxed.
There isn't an urgent need to look after her daughter's wellbeing every minute and every second.

What's more, Katherine is now extremely grateful that her baby daughter has finally got normal baby skin, light and smooth.

"Based on my own experience, health care products are really indispensable, because it turned out fixing my daughter's immune system fixed the root cause. It helps children grow up healthily in the future and lay a solid foundation for them."

"My advice is, if your child has eczema too, look at the ingredients before trying any product; otherwise it will only be a waste of money.

Most importantly, don’t procrastinate. Children grow up gradually, then come in contact with the outside world.

I have heard of children who have low self-esteem because of eczema, and that mothers of classmates do not understand the non-infectious aspect of eczema and think that their children will be infected, and prevent their children from approaching the child with eczema.

This is very hurtful, so there needs to be more education. What's more, eczema should be dealt with as soon as possible. The more natural the treatment, the better. I now love to share my experience and help other mothers. "