While there are many types of eczema and the underlying causes are not established, doctors and dermatologists always recommend a good soothing moisturizer as part of eczema self-care.
We're all for InfiniteAloe® Skin Care, a natural and scientifically advanced moisturizer to soothe your skin and show it some love! Here you will find more information about eczema and how to use InfiniteAloe® Skin Care when you have eczema.
Medical science has not discovered a single cause for eczema, but there are many issues commonly known to contribute to eczema flare-ups:
Many treatment options exist for eczema, but all eczema treatment options include moisturizing. Many people who suffer from eczema have had difficulty finding affordable hydrating creams that do not contain allergens. Or they are concerned about ingredients in those creams.
The primary and most abundant ingredient in InfiniteAloe® Skin Care is organic Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Miller). This Aloe Vera nourishes thirsty skin with 8 enzymes, 20 powerful amino acids, and sterols. Studies suggest that Aloe Vera penetrates deeply into the lower levels of the skin, bringing its remarkable properties to where it is most needed.
InfiniteAloe® Skin Care also contains a wealth of ingredients that have been shown to penetrate to the dermis, your skin's deepest layer, to moisturize dry, itchy skin. Natural constituents moisturize, feed and support rebuilding and smoothing the skin while natural substances support inhibition of bacteria, viruses and fungi that are part of scratchy, dry skin conditions.
Studies suggest that Chamomile, Rose Hips Oil and Comfrey Leaf Extract, as well as MSM and Hydrolzed Collagen, that are just a few of the beneficial ingredients in InfiniteAloe®Skin Care, provide important nutrients for skin care.
Topical treatments such as InfiniteAloe® Skin Care that include antioxidants are well known to aid in clearing and restoring beautiful skin.
You'll find medical doctors, dermatological specialists and nutritionists all agree on three key aspects of eczema treatment.
1. Clean, pure, hydrating water several times daily
This is so simple, it is most often overlooked: the single most effective element to soothe skin irritations is clean, pure water. Replacing stimulants such as coffee or tea with quality water that hydrates your whole body and is the most important action you can take for your health. Remember, your body, including your skin, is more than 70% water. Relief from allergic reactions, inability to process toxins and general dryness can often be resolved with hydrating water consumed several times a day.
2. Doctor Recommendations for Eczema: Soothing Moisturizer
Natural Health practitioners, Dermatologists and Medical Doctors all agree that the single most important aspect of eczema treatment islotions or creams that keep skin moist.
Unfortunately, most skin creams are made with ingredients that tend to aggravate skin conditions like eczema. The organic, natural plant oils and essences in InfiniteAloe® Skin Care are carefully chosen and combined to give your skin the finest care possible.
InfiniteAloe® Skin Care contains essential plant oils and essences in a base of organic Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Miller), compared to most creams that use water as the main ingredient. Many expensive creams use plant extracts and even some essential oils, but do not contain the wealth of ingredients known to benefit skin's health and beauty that you will find in InfiniteAloeSkin Care.
3. Nutrition: Feed Your Body, Feed Your Skin
Evidence suggests feeding the body and your skin with nutritionally dense foods sets us on the path to healing from many physical conditions. A qualified medical doctor and nutritionist can help you identify your deficiencies or allergies and compose adiet to address any specific needs you have and supplements to restore and regain the body's own ability to heal itself. All nutritionists will recommend pure, whole foods,free from additives, preservatives and pesticides.
InfiniteAloe® Skin Care is the ideal food for your skin. Imagine: organic Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Miller) carefully combined with plant essences and oils, supplemented with powerful antioxidants all designed to enhance your skin's ability to heal, protect and become beautiful. That's InfiniteAloe® Skin Care!
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