Our Eczema Cream
Our C+ cream aims to reduce redness and inflammation on the skin, so it has time to heal. People suffering from eczema would understand that once you break that initial skin barrier is it hard to stop the itch. Continuing to scratch will cause infection and bacteria to spread, worsening the skin. Here is some more information on Eczema & Psoriasis.
We often get questions on "how does this product work for eczema and psoriasis or similar skin problems?" Well, this cream was formulated and designed for people that have reactions and allergies to certain ingredients. With a natural product, we eliminate most of the reactions that people may have from using chemical based products or ingredients.
We often suggest using our natural bath oil in conjunction with the Calendulis Plus Cream, as it moisturises the skin, providing the skin with an oily barrier.
Our top tips for Eczema/Psorasis/Dermatitis Management
1. Keeping the skin moist! No matter what your diet, sleep, stresses looks like. Keeping the skin moist is the most important factor when it comes to skin conditions! You are more likely to scratch when your skin is dry & aggravated!
2. Knowing what will trigger your eczema is a huge advantage. Some of us are allergic to dogs, cats, dust, grass - we could go on forever... It is vital to stay clear from triggers that can be detrimental to your skin.
3. A healthy diet is not only great for your health and well-being, but it is also key is reducing inflammtion. It is known that foods with processed packaging/junk food causes inflammation in the body! You're just making it harder for yourself without a healthy diet! You can find out more information on our blog.
A pot marigold plant, or the blossoms of the Calendula officinalis, are utilised to take care of several skin conditions including forms of eczema & inflammation that can eliminate bacteria. To improve the potency of the treatment, we encourage one to choose products that unite pure calendula infusion with other natural, non-irritating materials. Because of the gains that are potential, holistic health care suppliers and some doctors propose using calendula. Calendula is highly regarded to be safe and does not create any adverse side effects. When using calendula patients who favour more natural treatments generally report more favourable results. More Information can be found here.
Bees are responsible for making Propolis from resins and then uniquely glueing the materials of their hives jointly, by combining beeswax and other secretions with resins from the buds of conifer and popular trees in their hive areas. These very valuable resins have been incredibly beneficial and acts as a natural germicide. For hundreds of years, people have used propolis on their wounds and as a remedy for ailments including itching and eczema. More information can be found here.
An evergreen plant, rooting at the nodes it is typically used-to treat small injuries, it has compounds referred to as triterpenoids that appear boost antioxidants in the wound site to pace healing, enhance skin and increase blood circulation for the damaged region. An analysis found that skin wounds (eczema) treated with Centella Asiatica Leaf extract recovered and caught dramatically faster than untreated injuries. More information can be found here.
An anti-inflammatory pain relieving, moisturising oil using a pH equilibrium close to that of skin. This oil is well-known for the power to penetrate all five levels of skin providing nutrients like essential fatty acids Omega-3 Omega-6 and moisturising the skin. Eczema sufferers lack EFA's, vitamins & antioxidants in their skin, and this needs to be replaced manually. Additionally, considering that the arrangement of emu oil resembles that of skin, it is easily absorbed. It seeps into the lower levels of skin, unlike other moisturisers, it is regarded as an exceptional skin care product which uses include to heal minor aches, heal wounds and to guard the skin. More information can be found here.
Made by bees that pollinate the native manuka bush in New Zealand. Before the development of antibiotics in the 1940s, honey was a staple in both medication cabinet and the kitchen, and it had been utilised to treat everything from a cold to a bee sting. Clinical studies also demonstrate that manuka honey is an all-natural wound healer, treating wounds faster with less pain and less skin scarring.
Manuka Honey destroys bacteria by drawing water from the bacteria, impeding cell development. Its high glucose content nourishes damaged tissue and facilitates rapid tissue regeneration. Due to its high antibacterial potency, manuka honey has been successful in treating wounds infected by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. It could be applied directly to a wound and is this kind of effective wound healer that wound dressings, with manuka honey as the active ingredient, are now available over the counter. More information can be found here.