At first I wasn't sure if children could take it. I did contact the company, and found that they can. Isaak's clear of Eczema right now. Mica on the other hand has had a spot on his chin that comes and goes. We've been to the Pediatrician and Dermatologist. The Pediatrician didn't know what it was. He keeps saying that it's Eczema, or orange peel skin. He sent Mica to see a Dermatologist. The Dermatologist scraped his chin, and found that it's not bacterial. She sent him home with some steroid cream that worked at the time, but it's since come back.
I'm hoping in a months time we can show an after picture. I've read that seriod cream isn't good for you. It may work great for shot term use, but not long term. We're trying Dermaroot.
You can take 3 pills twice a day. I'm giving Mica 2 pills twice a day, since he's a child. A child does need to be able to swallow pills.
I do love that it was made by doctors in the US!
Mica doesn't mind taking the pills. I think his chin annoys him. He hates that this is something that comes and goes. We want it gone.
Cost wise it isn't cheap: $59.95. If it works than it's worth it. It's just hard with reviews because you have to have a review up soon after getting the product. Mica just started taking it this week.
Here's what the pills look like:
They do fill up the bottle. A 1/2 filled bottle just annoys me. I find that most companies do not use the full container. This company does.
I love that they have their ingredients easy to read. I looked up everything. Nothing was a watch out for this ingredient.
- Peony root without bark
- Cherry bark
- Platycodon root (radix platycodi)
- Ginger fresh rhizome, Phellodendron stem bark
- Bupleurum root
- Coptis rhizome
- Schizonepeta above ground parts
- Licorice root & rhizome
- Skullcap root
- Poria sclerotium
- Gardenia fruit
- Angelica root
- Rehmannia root tuber
- Sichuan lovage rhizome
- Siler root
- Pubescent angelica root
I'm homing in the month I can update this post with a new and improved picture of Mica's chin.