NATURAL REMEDIES AND TREATMENTS FOR ECZEMA, PSORIASIS, ROSACEA
Eczema, psoriasis and rosacea are common inflammatory skin conditions that affect people of all ages. Symptoms of eczema include dry itching and redden skin while psoriasis presents in the form of thick scaly patches of red skin usually on the elbows and scalp. Rosacea is recognisable by its distinct red like blush on the face often accompanied by swollen bumps and visible blood vessels on the skin. For people living with severe atopical dermatitis it is important to have the condition properly diagnosed by a doctor so that an effective treatment plan can be provided that will help control the symptoms associated with itching and inflammation. There is no single treatment for everyone and early treatment can help prevent scarring which can result from excessive scratching.
Although there is no permanent cure for eczema, psoriasis or rosacea a prescribed medical treatment plan combined with lifestyle changes can help alleviate the symptoms and provide relief for inflamed, dry and sensitive skin. One of the many ways to minimise flare-ups is to ensure that skin is kept moisturised. Keeping the skin hydrated not only protects the skin’s natural barrier but it also stops dehydration. It’s also important to use moisturizers and creams that are made specifically for sensitive skin, as certain ingredients such as glycolic acid, salicylic acid, and retinol can further irritate already sensitive skin.
At Kind to Kin we offer a selection of natural remedies to help calm the effects of eczema, psoriasis and rosacea. Our range includes natural remedies that have been formulated especially for dry, sensitive skin and problem prone skin. These include gentle oil-based cleansers and soaps; fragrance-free moisturisers and creams; pure oil serums; intensive healing balms; and creams specially formulated for eczema and psoriasis. We are continually searching for natural eczema skincare products so drop by from time to time and check out our new offerings.
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