Condition: Eczema of the Skin
The term eczema refers to many different skin conditions
that are characterized by inflamed, irritated, itchy skin, dryness, fine
scales or flaking, and sometimes mild redness, that can become moist,
ooze and can result in scaling patches or fluid-filled bumps. See below for Eczema natural cures*
(for your skin) or
Eczema natural cures*
Symptom of mild eczema is an area of fine, dry scaling, often on the
arms or legs. The skin may or may not itch. Severe eczema (usually
inherited) causes intense itching, most commonly 1-on the fronts of the elbows,
or 2 on the backs of the knees, and /or 3- on the face. However, any area of skin may be affected. The
skin is usually very sensitive to being touched. Even a light touch may cause
itching. Many people who have severe eczema are quite sensitive to scratchy
fabrics, like wool. Eczema often becomes worse during times of stress and in the
winter, when the air is very dry. Often the tendency for severe eczema seems to
be inherited along with asthma or hay fever.
Eczema is not contagious.
Eczema may be a mild skin irritation that does not need medical treatment.
Sometimes, however, it causes relentless itching and scratching. The skin may
become scaly, raw, or thickened from constant or repeated bouts of eczema. This
more severe form of eczema, called atopic dermatitis, may always be present or
may appear just in certain seasons or with stress. Atopic dermatitis usually
appears first in childhood or early adulthood.
Condition: Eczema of the Scalp
Eczema is also known as Seborroeic Dermatitis.
This form of eczema affects the scalp, although symptoms may occur on the eyebrows, edges of the eyelid, in the crevices of the nose, and the skin folds of the armpits and groin.
Eczema Scalp Symptoms:
- Flaking of the scalp
- Scaling patches
Medical causes of eczema: (Seborroeic Dermatitis)
This form of eczema is believed to be associated with the rapid overproduction of a form of yeast found in normal skin called Pityrosporium ovale. Those with this form of eczema seem to have a reduced resistance to this yeast due to the influence of various factors, including exposure to environmental elements that cause oxidation.
Eczema natural cures
* #1 - for the scalp
Dandruff/Eczema Weekly Scalp
Massage : is a patented, fresh-dried vitamin complex
that dissolves into a gel in the palms of the hands forming a light
lathering treatment specifically formulated to help manage scalp
conditions. This wellness solution be used in the salon, at home or when traveling to stop
or prevent flaking, itching, and other abnormal scalp irritations.
What It Does:
immediately relieves flaking and itching
- soothes dry, irritated scalp
removes calcium deposits that can build up on scalp layers
causing dandruff-like symptoms and
abnormal scalp problems
helps improve the appearance of symptoms associated with
dandruff, eczema and psoriasis
- improves blood flow to scalp layers
EC Mode / Malibu Wellness Solution
The Total Oxidation Management
wellness approach to treating eczema (dermatitis) is a non-irritating,
non-invasive approach to relieving and controlling many of the
symptoms and improving the appearance of this condition.
The Malibu /EC Mode wellness
approach may either replace the need for certain medications,
including steroids, or complement some of these medical therapies. The
wellness approach to treating eczema is an effective, non-irritating,
non-invasive approach to relieving and controlling the symptoms of
this condition. This wellness approach uses nature's own Vitamin C and
Vitamin E to:
- Normalize the exfoliation of the
skin to prevent flaking and dryness
Provide a barrier against free radicals that cause oxidation
Gently acidify the natural ph balance of the skin
Stimulate natural collagen development to produce healthy
best results, pour crystals into wet palm, then rub wet palms together
to form a rich gel that when applied to hair turns to a light
lathering treatment. May be used daily, weekly, or as often as
desired. For more lathering results, shampoo and rinse prior to
Some people who have followed this
wellness approach express immediate relief and for others it may take
up to 28 days to see the improvement in the appearance of the skin.
Eczema natural cures
* #2 for Skin Care for the
rest of the body
EC Mode Red-Less Wellness System
Zinc C Thera Serum
|The original naturally-derived, fresh-dried,
preservative-free L-ascorbic acid form of vitamin C combined with
the correct percentage of zinc proven in clinical studies to gently,
yet effectively kill bacteria on skin. Contains: 15% Ascorbic Acid,
||A wellness moisturizer formulated with
an advanced barrier repair technology to improve the appearance of
skin affected by inflammatory conditions.
|The freshly activated L-ascorbic form of Vitamin C
(the only form of vitamin C clinically proven to scavenge free
radicals known to cause inflammation) helps prevent the degradation
of skin’s collagen, normalize the natural exfoliation rate of skin
and improve the appearance of skin affected by eczema, and other
inflammatory skin conditions.
||Helps soothe, calm, alleviate redness
and improve the appearance of skin associated with rosacea, eczema,
psoriasis and other inflammatory conditions.
|Directions: Every morning and night, (after
cleansing you face)
apply a light layer of Zinc C Thera-Serum to face and neck. Follow
with Red-Less Moisturizer.
||Directions: After applying Zinc
Therma-Serum Apply EC Mode Red-Less Moisturizer to face, neck, and
any other area of the body as desired.
With Eczema a "Cure" is defined as a method to relieve the symptoms, as
is the case with similar reoccurring conditions.
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