Eczema Natural Healing Ointment
Keep you skin moisturized and soft with Eczema Natural Healing Ointment. This product will help you if you suffer from eczema or psoriasis.
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Help your skin with our 100% natural eczema healing ointment with hydrating ingredients.
Eczema Natural Healing Ointment Ingredients:
Jojoba oil, Lanolin, Shea butter, Mango butter, Cocoa butter, Candelilla wax, Vitamin E, Unscented
Ointments are usually the first choice for eczema treatment. They have the highest oil content of all the products (followed by creams and then lotions), so they don’t generally burn when they’re applied to sensitive skin and are very good at sealing in moisture.
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Eczema is a common, chronic, non-infectious skin condition.
The main symptom of this inflammatory disease is a very itchy rash. It often affects children. Eczema is sometimes also called “atopic eczema” or “atopic dermatitis.” The skin is made up of different layers. The visible part of layer is called the corneal layer. The corneal layer doesn’t provide enough protection because it is damaged by the inflammatory response occurring in the skin.
Another possible cause is a mutated gene that affects the production of the protein filaggrin, which the body needs to make the skin’s outer layer. Because there isn’t enough filaggrin, the balance of fats in the skin changes, causing the skin to lose a lot of moisture. The damaged skin also provides less protection from irritants, allergens (substances that can trigger allergies) and germs that might cause infections.
About 30-40% of all people who have eczema have an allergic type. They often have more severe skin problems, as well as hay fever or allergic asthma. Their immune system reacts to allergens by releasing antibodies, which causes inflammation. Tests can detect these antibodies in the blood. Allergens that sometimes play a role in eczema include dust mites, pollen and foods such as milk, eggs, nuts or fish.
The skin may also be irritated by environmental factors or other substances that are not allergens. Examples include rough fabrics in contact with the skin such as scratchy wool, cigarette smoke and extreme heat or cold.
Eczema is a chronic condition.
Treatment cannot cure it, but regular skin care and medication can help to keep the itching and rash at bay. The main treatment options are:
- Basic treatment: Lipid-replenishing and moisturizing products (emollients) are generously applied to the skin at least twice a day to keep it from drying out. This can help relieve itching and protect the skin from germs and irritants.
- Special soaps, liquid cleansers and shampoos: Normal soaps and products like shampoo or shower gel contain various substances that can dry out your skin. Special cleansing products without these substances are available to get around this problem. But basic treatment with emollients can usually compensate for the loss of moisture caused by normal soaps.