• Real Moms Reveal Their Greatest Fears
    And this is how their kids respond.
  • "Am I doing a good job as a mom?"

    "When I'm not with my child, is he doing just fine?"

    "Is my child being bullied in school?"

    "Will she grow up into a well-adjusted adult?"

    It's normal for moms like you to ask themselves questions such as these. After all, you want your kids to grow up happy and healthy. But what if they have a skin condition such as eczema?

    Having this skin condition is not just physically uncomfortable. It can also affect other aspects of your kids' lives. As a mom, it can be hard seeing your kids go through itchy, sleepless nights or get bullied in school because they look a bit different. 

    Three moms of kids with eczema open up about their fears—and their kids respond. Watch this:

    Moms don't have to face their fears alone. They can rely on mometasone furoate (Elica) to relieve the symptoms of eczema, with visible results in 24 hours. It helps stop the itching, takes out the redness, and eases the swelling to help bring back smooth, healthy skin. Giving your kids a hug and a kiss, too, will make them feel even better.    

    For more information, go to www.treateczema.ph.

    AWB no. L.PH.MKT.CC.06.2016.0122.

This article was created by Summit StoryLabs in partnership with Elica.
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