Sweet Dreams with Elica

As a mom, I know how it feels when my kids have difficulty sleeping, whether it is due to a stuffy nose or eczema.  With eczema in particular, kids get so uncomfortable and irritable with the persistent itching.

Left to right: Neva Santos, Conci Navarro, Michelle Aventajado, Me, and Tina Ong | Photo via Michelle Aventajado

Just recently, I attended a brunch at Alta, Margarita Fores’ new restaurant at Ascott BGC, to learn more about how to treat eczema with Elica.

IMG_9316IMG_9317IMG_9321What’s on my brunch plate:  fish and chips in a cone, truffle cream pasta, potato salad, warm sticky toffee pudding.


What is Eczema?

Eczema is a skin condition characterized by red, itchy, recurrent rashes. It typically begins either in early infancy or childhood and may persist until the adult years. Eczema commonly occurs in persons with a personal and/or family history of atopic dermatitis, asthma, or allergic rhinitis.  The most common type of eczema is atopic dermatitis.  You can take this quiz to find out if you or your kids are suffering from Eczema.

What are the common causes of Eczema?

  • Extreme temperatures
  • Food allergens
  • Household irritants such as dust mites and pollen
  • Household chemicals and synthetic materials
  • Severe sweating

How does Elica treat Eczema?

eczemaElica is a topical steroid that is available over the counter (OTC); it can be bought without a prescription. It is specially formulated to help relieve symptoms of mild to moderate eczema, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis and other steroid responsive dermatoses. Elica has anti-inflammatory properties that help in decreasing swelling and redness. It also has antipruritic properties to help with itchiness. Elica is applied once a day to the rashes.

Learn more about how to treat eczema HERE.

Elica’s new brand ambassadors Chesca and Scarlett Kramer | Photo by Michelle Aventajado

Elica also introduced their newest brand ambassadors, Chesca and Scarlett Kramer.  Chesca shared how Scarlett has the most sensitive skin among all her kids, and suffers from atopic dermatitis.  It was so bad that she had a hard time sleeping, and was always scratching her neck, elbow folds, and other body parts.  Chesca then took Scarlett to a pedia dermatologist who prescribed Elica, and they’ve been using it for Scarlett’s eczema attacks ever since.

The Elica Team with Chesca and Scarlett Kramer | Photo by Michelle Aventajado

Now that Scarlett’s eczema is under control, she can sleep soundly and have sweet dreams with Elica.


Elica is available without a prescription, in cream or ointment, at leading drugstores nationwide.  Do not apply Elica for more than 2 weeks at a time.  Elica is not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women.  If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.


To learn more about how to treat Eczema, visit http://www.treateczema.ph.


This is a sponsored post. Thank you Elica for supporting Green Lunch Diaries!

Supplementary images courtesy of Elica Philippines and Michelle Aventajado.

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