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Use to control eczema flare-ups, psoriasis, rosacea and rashes.

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Eczema Treatment System - control eczema flare-ups and rashes

Eczema Treatment System - control eczema flare-ups and rashes

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Use to treat eczema and psoriasis

You get: 

1 Tea Tree Oil Treatment

1 Turmeric Natural Lightening Soap Bar

1 African Black Soap

1 Castor Oil Treatment

How to Use Eczema Treatment System

Step 1 - Cleanse - OilBlends - ​Tea Tree Oil Treatment

Heals the skin, helps to heal and control bacteria. Helps control eczema flare-ups and rashes.

  • Apply twice daily
  • Add 5 drops of OilBlends Tea Tree Oil Treatment on to a damp cotton pad and apply over the affected area
  • Repeat to cover complete area

Step 2 - Wash  - Soaps That Heal - ​Turmeric Natural Lightening Bar / African Black Soap

  • Use as a Daily Body Wash to help heal and gently exfoliate the skin.   
  • Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties make turmeric a great remedy for combating patches of eczema
  • Treats dry skin, and eczema

Alternate Turmeric Bar with Organic African Black Soap 

Our Organic African Black Soap Healing and Deep Cleansing properties are excellent for problem skin. - Moisturizes, softens, and repairs dry inflamed and damaged skin - Exfoliates dead skin cells - Gently removes blemishes, and dark spots​.

Step 3 - Moisturize - Follow with OilBlends - Castor Oil Treatment

After washing, the key to controlling flare-up is proper moisturizing

Formulated with the best quality natural ingredients to help control mild to moderate Skin Disorders, Inflammation, Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis, Dry, Flaky or Itchy Skin. Helps remove skin discoloration.​

  • Cover entire affected area
  • Leave-on as your daily moisturizer​

How to Control Eczema and Skin Disorders

How to Control Eczema and Skin Disorders

It's important to note that what works for one person may not work for another, so it may take some trial and error to find the best combination of strategies for managing your eczema or skin disorder.

Be patient and consistent in your efforts, and don't hesitate to seek professional guidance if needed.

Managing eczema and other skin disorders involves a
combination of preventive measures, lifestyle adjustments, and proper
skincare routines
. Here are some strategies that can help:

Identify Triggers: Pay
attention to factors that worsen your symptoms. Common triggers include certain
foods, stress, environmental allergens (such as pollen or pet dander), harsh chemicals, and certain fabrics.

Maintain Skin Hydration:
Keep your skin well-moisturized using emollients and moisturizers. Apply
moisturizer immediately after bathing to lock in moisture. Use products that are free of fragrances and other potential irritants.

Avoid Irritants: Use
gentle, fragrance-free skincare products and detergents. Avoid long, hot showers and opt for lukewarm water instead. Pat your skin dry with a soft towel
after bathing, rather than rubbing.

Manage Stress: Stress can
exacerbate eczema symptoms. Practice stress-reduction techniques such as deep
breathing, meditation, yoga, or mindfulness exercises.

Dietary Considerations:
Some people find that certain foods can trigger eczema flare-ups. Keep a food diary to identify potential triggers, and consider eliminating or reducing these foods from your diet. Common culprits include dairy, gluten, nuts, and
citrus fruits.

Clothing Choices: Wear
loose-fitting, breathable clothing made from natural fibers such as cotton.
Avoid rough or scratchy fabrics like wool.

Keep Cool: Overheating can
aggravate eczema symptoms. Stay cool by using fans, wearing lightweight
clothing, and avoiding excessive physical exertion in hot weather.

Manage Itching: Resist the
urge to scratch, as it can worsen inflammation and lead to infections. Keep your nails short to minimize damage from scratching. Applying cool compresses or taking an oatmeal bath can help soothe itching.

Topical Treatments:
Over-the-counter or prescription creams and ointments containing
corticosteroids or calcineurin inhibitors can help reduce inflammation and itching during flare-ups. Follow your healthcare provider's recommendations for
proper application and duration of use.

Consult a Healthcare Provider:
If your symptoms are severe or persistent, consult a dermatologist or healthcare provider. They can provide personalized treatment options, such as prescription medications or light therapy, to help manage your condition

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