In 2003, colloidal oatmeal was officially approved as a skin protectant by the FDA
. However, little thought had been given to the active ingredient in oats ...
Find patient medical information for colloidal oatmeal topical on WebMD
including its uses, side effects and safety, interactions, pictures, warnings and
Information and products to help the itch of eczema, poison ivy, chicken pox, bug
bites, and other skin irritations, through the natural healing of oatmeal.
For less than $1 you can make your own oatmeal
baths at home. This bath is often recommended to soothe the pain and itching associated with chicken pox, poison ivy, mosquito bites, and other common skin irritations. It's also a great remedy for dry skin that can occu... More »
You can make your own colloidal oatmeal at home! Okay, I said it. And it's true.
You don't have to spend the money to buy your soothing bath powder. With some
Dec 5, 2011 ... First let me tell you that I ran across colloidal oatmeal from reading the
ingredients off a bottle of Eucerin. I've never purchased Eucerin, but I ...
Colloidal oatmeal: history, chemistry and clinical properties. Kurtz ES(1), Wallo W
. Author information: (1)Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Company, ...
The texture of colloidal oatmeal along with beneficial components such as
proteins, lipids, and saponins make it well suited for use in moisturizers,
Colloidal oatmeal is a product that consists of very finely ground oats used for
itchy or dry skin. Most of the time colloidal...