Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Treat Dry Skin and Cure Eczema, Naturally

What is Eczema?
Basically, eczema and dermatitis mean much the same thing, an inflammation of the skin. They cause dry, red, itchy skin which may also blister.

Who Suffers from Eczema?
The number of people with eczema is increasing. It affects any age and skin colour and can  be difficult to treat.

How Can I Treat Eczema?
Personally, I suffer from having very dry skin,  particularly in the winter months, so I try to keep my skin as hydrated as possible at all times. I use Super Nourish Deluxe Vitamin Rich Body Crème daily as a body moisturiser. It does exactly what it says on the bottle, leaving your dry skin wonderfully nourished and hydrated - a great treatment for eczema!

Treat dry skin and cure eczema with a rich, organic body moisturiser from Thea Skincare

Most people have what is called Atopic Eczema. In this case, there is no apparent reason why the eczema may 'flare-up' from time to time. However, some flare-ups may be triggered or made worse by irritants to the skin, or other factors such as the type of skin care products being used, detergents, diet and clothing.

If you suffer from eczema it is best to use chemical free skin care products which do not contain ingredients that will aggravate and inflame the skin. The use of natural and organic skincare products will certainly help to heal the skin. One of the best treatments for this is the Thea Skincare Dry Skin Beauty Butter Hand and Body Crème. It contains revolutionary healing ingredients such as such as Organic Shea, Calendula Butter, Avocado and Carrot Oils and the very best vitamins to treat dry skin, Vitamins A, B, C and E. It is a wonderful cure for dry skin, eczema and psoriasis.

If you have eczema, one of the first things you should do is to seek medical advice. Use Natural and Organic Skin Care Products and use chemical free products for bathing or in the shower. One of the most important things you should do is moisturize twice daily with a rich Dry Skin Moisturizer.

1 comment:

  1. My husband is a long term eczema sufferer. It's an ongoing battle to keep it under control and what works for a while often ceases to do so and then is sometimes effective again down the track. You need to keep experimenting to find what works for you.

    The natural remedy available at has worked well for him for quite some time. Worth adding to your arsenal.