Baby eczema

Baby eczema and the red, irritated no good day.

Scary spots or patches of irritated skin on baby’s soft skin. This is baby eczema and, try as you may to soothe your little one with lotions and oatmeal baths, you hate that baby eczema has even appeared in the first place. 

Will baby eczema ever go away? 

You can be vigilant with baby’s skincare regimen, and baby eczema still flares up, causing discomfort for baby and distress for you. But don’t blame yourself. The fact is that too much bad bacteria in baby’s gut can lead to inflammation which is thought to contribute to these baby eczema flare-ups. Addressing inflammation from the inside out is one way to protect against baby eczema. Giving baby the good bacteria that is known to reduce the amount of bacteria that cause inflammation is an easy and important first step in protecting baby from eczema in the first place.

Baby eczema

Evivo.
The first and only baby probiotic of its kind.

Evivo is clinically proven to restore a healthy gut in your baby. A daily probiotic powder, Evivo mixed with breast milk and fed to babies helps release nutrients in breast milk to create a protective environment in baby's gut. It also helps develop a baby's metabolism and immune system and builds the foundation for good health that lasts a lifetime. 

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Baby eczema exits with Evivo.

The beneficial bacteria B. infantis keeps pathogenic bacteria in check. The bad news is 9 out of 10 babies lack B. infantis, which opens the door to associated symptoms like baby eczema. Evivo restores B. infantis to baby’s gut and reduces pathogenic bacteria often associated with baby eczema by 80%. And that 80% reduction also applies to common pathogens like E. coli, C. diff, Staphylococcus (Staph) and Streptococcus (Strep). 

Evivo restores the proper balance in baby’s gut and helps protect against uncomfortable baby eczema from taking hold from the very start. Mixed with breast milk and fed to baby once a day, Evivo is the good bacteria that baby needs to not only help combat baby eczema, but to provide for a healthy gut and lifelong health. 

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Real mom reviews

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  • Aug 03, 2020
    Mary A.
    California
    My baby loves it!
    One month out and my five month old loves it! It has changed his stool from green and mucous filled back to the breastfed yellow color. He however, still has gas pains (not as frequently) and the evivo seems to have flared up his eczema. We’re going to try another month and hope we weren’t too late in starting the probiotic on him!
  • Jul 21, 2020
    EMILY M.
    Texas
    Great product
    We have been using Evivo since my baby was 4 weeks old and he is now 11 weeks old and we plan to continue using it through his first year. I suffered from eczema so that was the main reason I wanted to put him on a probiotic to hopefully prevent him from having eczema and so far so good. He also is very regular with his poops, no diaper rashes, no need for gas medicine, and has been mostly sleeping through the night for a long time. The product is easy for him to take now directly from the syringe after a few messy tries.
  • May 03, 2020
    Kim V.
    California
    First time user
    After having two other kids, it didn’t occur to me to try using a probiotic to curb the severity of their eczema. I’m afraid my third and final kiddo might have it worse off than his siblings, so that’s what convinced me to try this product out. I feel that using Evivo after he was discharged from the NICU at almost 3 weeks of life did somewhat help delay the symptoms. I didn’t expect Evivo to magically make the eczema completely disappear. After all, eczema and allergies run in the family. I regard it as another positive tool to use in alleviating my son’s condition. I don’t think one month is enough time to really see a significant change, so I am open to trying it for a couple of more months.
  • May 03, 2020
    Kim V.
    California
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    After having two other kids, it didn’t occur to me to try using a probiotic to curb the severity of their eczema. I’m afraid my third and final kiddo might have it worse off than his siblings, so that’s what convinced me to try this product out. I feel that using Evivo after he was discharged from the NICU at almost 3 weeks of life did somewhat help delay the symptoms. I didn’t expect Evivo to magically make the eczema completely disappear. After all, eczema and allergies run in the family. I regard it as another positive tool to use in alleviating my son’s condition. I don’t think one month is enough time to really see a significant change, so I am open to trying it for a couple of more months.