Searching for a truly effective remedy for eczema is often exhausting and can seem at times down right…debilitating.
Although the medical profession doesn't know the exact causes of eczema, some believe it's an external symptom of internal imbalance.
Correcting the condition may mean correcting the underlying cause - making changes to your diet and lifestyle. Click here to learn what foods to avoid for eczema via Nutrition Facts.
And while you journey towards correcting the underlying cause, our natural topical Neem Cream can provide symptomatic relief for the extremely dry, bumpy, itchy eczema-prone skin.
Our Neem Cream is formulated to:
- regenerate, repair and normalize the skin
- hydrate extremely dry patches
- soothe sensitive skin
- reduce the occurrence of itchy, red inflammatory breakouts
- heal the skin
What are the characteristics for Eczema?
The most common characteristics for eczema are an itchy, red rash that can appear all over the body. The intensity of the itch can be severe at times leading you to scratch your skin until it bleeds, which can make your rash even worse, and then cause inflammation.
The rash of eczema is different for each person. It may even look different or affect different parts of your body from time to time. It can be mild, moderate, or severe.
According to the National Eczema Association over 30 million Americans suffer with eczema and most seek dermatological assistance. Patients are usually given a steroidal creams for relief, however dermatologists and steroid creams are not the only answer.
Eczema can be managed without costly doctor bills and prescription medications. Our Neem Cream is formulated to soothe and ease eczema-prone skin. It’s natural, safe, and effective and also ideal for people who:
- suffer from winter dry skin
- have dry, irritated skin caused by the overusage of chemically saturated commercial soaps and antibacterial cleansers, (nurses, doctors, teachers, etc.).
- individuals who work with their hands in the trades or out in the extreme weather (construction, industrial, motive power, and service).
Posted on Tue, March 1, 2016
by Mary Wank filed under