Does your child have eczema? Do you live in Canada?
If you answered yes to all of the above then Powered by Mom has some wonderful information for you!
Powered by Mom understands what it’s like to have a skin condition and not have the support you need to help with it. While I don’t have eczema I did develop rosacea about two years ago. Once I was finally diagnosed with what was causing the red, itchy and very unattractive red bumps on my face, I wanted to find out more about it. I was surprised by the lack of information on rosacea and what causes it. Nothing my family doctor or dermatologist prescribed helped me for the long term they all only worked for a very short time. Having red, itchy, swollen bumps on my face wreaked havoc with my self-esteem and it was so uncomfortable. I only wished I had the type of support that is being offer by La Roche-Posay Canada. Read on to find out more about how they want to help your family and how you can enter for a chance to get this support.
La Roche-Posay Canada wants to help more families across Canada to live more comfortably with eczema. They understand the need and want to improve the quality of life for Canadian children with eczema and their families. La Roche-Posay Canada is going to help 100 families across Canada who are selected to be in their 100 Families program by providing them with the following:
- Continuous eczema support
- Information and education to help families better manage their eczema and improve their quality of life
- A supply of Lipikar Baume AP and Lipikar Syndet at no cost for December, January and February
Each family that is chosen will be on the La Roche-Posay Facebook page, sharing their progress and achievements while in the program. To enter for a chance to be a part of their 100 Families program you will need to become a Facebook fan and submit your story to firstname.lastname@example.org between November 1st – November 18th and tell them in 500 words or less:
- Your name
- Your phone number
- Name & age of child with eczema
- About your child’s condition
- What joining the program means to you
- What becoming a La Roche-Posay ambassador means to you
There will be a pre-selected jury of 3 people to review and approve each family submission. The contest will be featured on the La Roche-Posay Canada Facebook wall via status updates and images. To be eligible families must have a child currently under the age of 18 suffering from eczema and must be a resident of Canada.
I think this is a wonderful opportunity that will help so many families what a great program! As I mentioned with my rosacea, I wish I had such support but I am so glad I now know about La Roche-Posay. As my daughter has also developed some sort of skin condition that we’re still waiting to find out what it is. Fortunately for her it only appears occasionally and we know it has something to do with her skin being sensitive to certain things put on her face such as certain sun lotion, cosmetics and a few other things. I will definitely be checking out La Roche-Posay Canada to see how they can possibly help us.
Don’t wait go and submit your story and hopefully you will be 1 of 16 new families chosen to be added in this wonderful support program! Good luck!
Powered by Mom