Aloe Vera & Jojoba Oil for Eczema
Both Aloe Vera and Jojoba Oil have been proven beneficial to people who suffer from eczema. We have combined the power of aloe vera and jojoba oil in two of our premium skin care products that we recommend for eczema. First is the Pure Aloe Skin Treatment, which is a highly concentrated formula, and contains a potent concentration of both ingredients designed to infuse skin with super hydration. This is the strongest treatment we have for eczema. The Aloe & Jojoba Creme Therapy is a similar formula, deisgned with additional ingredients for moisturizing the skin and keeping it healthy. Both products are recommended to treat eczema.
Aloe Vera For Eczema
Aloe vera has been studied and proven to be beneficial for healing eczema, especially with reducing and healing dried patches of skin associated with eczema. There are multiple types of eczema that respond well to aloe vera. Atopic eczema is one of the most common forms and can be treated by topically applying aloe vera. For neurodermatitis, stasis, and dyshidrotic eczema, aloe vera reduces the duration of the eczema outbreak.
Jojoba Oil For Eczema
Jojoba oil contains a high concentration of Vitamins B, E and Zinc. The oil is excellent at treating dry / itchy skin, and is especially effective for treating eczema. The nutrients work to quickly heal up raw itchy patches of skin and the vitamin content promotes the growth of healthy skin cells. The moisturizing content soothes dry and inflamed skin, while the nutritional ingredients work to repair damage on a cellular level.
Many eczema cases are due to allergic reactions. Even food can trigger outbreaks. Anything that is excessively processed, such as high sugar snacks or “junk food,” is fairly likely to cause outbreaks. Food additives, such as flavor enhancers, are also known to have a connection with eczema flare ups. If you think that your outbreaks are related to what you eat, try asking your doctor to preform an allergy test. This is a simple procedure and it will reveal exactly which foods or ingredients are bothering your skin.