Taking care of eczema with aloe

eczemaEczema: Researchers believe that it is most likely genetic, although here are  triggers that cause its flare-ups. Eczema is fairly common – approximately 1   in 10 people in the world will be affected by it at some point in their  lives.

What is eczema?

Eczema is a skin condition that causes the skin to  become red, irritated and itchy. Sometimes small, fluid-filled bumps appear  on the skin as well. Eczema is most common in infants. Many people outgrow  it by early adulthood.


Eczema Triggers

The following can trigger or worsen eczema  symptoms:

  • Allergy to pollen in the air, mold, dust mites, or animals
  • Colds or flu
  • Exposure to environmental irritants
  • Fragrances or dyes added to skin lotions or soaps
  • Stress
  • Food  allergies

Symptoms of Eczema

  • Usually, the first symptom of eczema is intense itching
  • Rash appears later; is red and bumpy
  • The rash itches or burns
  • If it is  scratched, it may ooze and become crusty
  • Chronic rubbing produces thickened  plaques of skin
  • Painful cracks can develop over time. In children   younger than age 2, skin lesions begin on the face, scalp, hands, and feet.  It is often a crusting or oozing rash. In older children and adults, the rash  is more commonly seen on the inside of the knees and elbows.

Recommended Self Care of Eczema  (External)

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  • Remove whatever is causing the allergic reaction (e.g.  change laundry detergent to Forever MPD).
  • Prevent dry skin by taking  warm (but not too hot) showers or baths.
  • Use Bath Gelee in shower, then  spray Aloe First and pat dry, and lastly apply Aloe Vera Gelly, followed  by Aloe Propolis Crème.
  • Avoid wearing tight-fitting, rough  clothing.
  • Avoid scratching the rash. If can’t stop yourself  from scratching, cover the area with a dressing.
  • Eat right, do light  exercise, and rest well.

You may try the following products for eczema internally:

Aloe  Vera Gel

  •  Contains nutrient-rich 100% stabilized aloe  vera.
  • Contains  Anthraquinone Complex that helps to reduce skin  inflammation and  pain.
  • Contains Acemanna which helps to boost immune  system.

Forever Bee  Propolis

  • Helps to stimulate production of  natural immune factor (interferon), and helps to strengthen body’s immune  system
  • Helps to  fight against allergies and  reduce inflammation

Forever Absorbent-C

  • Helps to boost  immune system  by activating neutrophils (a type of white blood cells),  production of  antibodies, and control of white blood cells function.
  • Helps  to reduce  allergic reaction by reducing the body’s production of histamine,   (histamine are chemicals that causes swelling, sneezing, itching and runny   nose).Eczema

Forever  Arctic Sea

  • Rich in Omega 3 (from cold-water fishes) and   Omega 9 (from olive oil) that have anti-inflammatory properties that can help  in  reducing pain.

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Katalin Hidvegi

Forever Business Owner/Manager at Forever Living Products
Building her Global business with Forever Living Since 2008. She is originally from Hungary, a mother of 3 boys.Working only part time she achieved Manager level in 2011 in Brooklyn, New York.
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  • Puseletso January 29, 2017 at 10:18 am

    Hello there I have eczema or a ringworm I don’t what to call it in between my fingers and hand so its itchy day and night..I do go to the doctor but it still not healing..I just bought basix skin treatment.. So I dong know if you have anything for me to heal this thing..Thank you

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