Help to treat eczema’s rough scaly patches that lead to blisters, itchiness and even bleeding with one of the many exquisite options from Cleopatra’s Choice, that use the power of natural ingredients to heal and restore. Cleopatra’s Choice African Shea Butter is 100 percent pure, natural and organic, and can also boast of a grade-A rating that only comes with raw, unprocessed shea butter. Widely known for its powerful hydrating and healing properties, it is also a rich source of vitamins A, E and F. Easily absorbing into even the toughest skin, it instantly replenishes needed moisture, helping to treat the overly dry areas most affected by eczema. Restorative properties will also encourage skin elasticity keeping it not just nourished, but also youthful. Another ideal option to provide ample moisture to those suffering from eczema is with Balm of Gilead, offered in several luscious scents. Helping to smooth and balance skin’s texture, the balm contains a high content of essential fatty acids, acting as anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory agents, perfect for eczema sufferers. Additionally, vitamin E, wheat germ oil, almond oil and shea will help to condition and heal inflamed eczema patches. Adovia has a line of products, using natural ingredients from the Dead Sea, to treat eczema as well. Their Sulfur Soap is an amazing option, enriched with Dead Sea minerals and salts known for their ability to heal a variety of conditions, including eczema. The legendary soap will assure skin’s natural moisture levels are balanced and skin is left purified, clean and glowing. In addition to sought-after Dead Sea salts and minerals, the soap also contains other lux ingredients, including olive oil, aloe vera extract, palm and palm kernel oil. Cleopatra’s Choice has a variety of products to help naturally treat stubborn eczema, including shea butter, balms, soaps and more. Allow these selections to sooth rough and inflamed skin providing ideal non-chemically laden options to treat eczema irritations.
"I've been a long time sufferer of Eczema and it's only gotten worse with every year. I've tried everything from over the counter eczema products to things that were prescribed to me. All the eczema creams and products I've tired either brought just a small amount of relief or had side effects I was not comfortable with. After using your Adovia eczema products for about a week I am happy to say the results were incredible - my skin has never been so moisturized and comfortable - especially after I get out of the shower. Thanks a ton!" - Dale, Wisconsin
If you are looking for a natural treatment for an Eczema condition that you or a loved one has, check out our Eczema products like Eczema creams. There are some facts about this skin condition that you should be aware of. It's actually a fairly common skin condition and the National Institute of Health estimates that approximately 15 million people in the United States have some type of the condition. While eczema is usually more prevalent in infants and babies it can also affect adults. The eczema condition is usually expressed with dry, red and very itchy patches of skin all over the body or in certain concentrated areas such as the face or feet or others. Usually people who have Eczema are not recommended to use products with fragrances, dyes or chemicals, as they can possibly be allergic to them and such chemical ingredients can even further aggravate the condition.
A very annoying and at times painful, skin condition, effective Eczema lotions options are few and mostly are done either with prescription medications or with natural or holistic products. Most Eczema products do not cure Eczema, but some Eczema creams like those enriched with Dead Sea minerals can offer some much needed relief and stop the skin condition from acting up. For cases of infant Eczema parents should be very careful about what products they use on their child and should always consult a qualified physician before trying any natural or non-natural treatment products.
Here are some tips on how to reduce the severity or prevent outbreaks of Eczema so that treatment is not necessary:
1. Hydrate your skin frequently with unscented Eczema lotions or moisturizers
2.Try to reduce quick or sudden changes in temperature or humidity
3.Reduce the amount you sweat or overheat as much as possible. (this one can be hard if you enjoy exercise)
4.Reducing the amounts of stress in your life can also help reduce Eczema outbreaks (stress can cause an outbreak)
5.Avoid scratchy materials for clothing such as wool or other harsh materials.
6.Stick to natural soaps and detergents - the less chemicals the better. Go for more gentle products especially for Eczema products.
7.Try to reduce the presence of all factors that are known to trigger allergies
8.Pay attention to any foods that may cause an outbreak. Experiment by cutting those foods out and see if you have fewer outbreaks.