Wednesday, 15 January 2014

What can I use for Eczema, Dermatitis and other auto immune related skin conditions?

Axhilirit E (eczema) - New International Packaging
Axhilirit E (eczema) old RSA packaging

Axhilirit E (eczema) old RSA packaging

What can I use for Eczema, Dermatitis and other auto immune related skin conditions?

Axhilirit© Eczema Oil and Cream

As stated in my previous post, these articles are aimed at creating more awareness of the products that we manufacture and market, but will also include alternative methods, products and assistance as no two people are the same and react and respond differently to different treatments and approaches.

The first thing a person needs to do when experiencing a persistent problem with rash-like symptoms of the skin is to seek advice from a qualified medical practitioner in order to diagnose the problem, if not the cause. That is half the fight won, for knowledge of your condition will give you power over it.

The first course of action of most medical practitioners is to prescribe cortisone and/or steroid treatment. Educate yourself about the short term relief and long term negative aspects involved in using these products, and then make your choice to use these products or not.

If you are fortunate enough to find out what triggers your condition, do your best to avoid them (I know, it is logical, but some of us find it hard to break our habits). The next is to find your nearest supplier of Axhilirit© Eczema Oils and Creams, and start applying them as soon as possible. More information is available at http://www.healing-oil.co.za/product-info/axhilirit-eczema-products. These products were specifically developed to treat itchy and dry skin conditions, and treats them with a high rate of success. In most cases, about 70%, the symptoms do not return. In the 30% of cases where the client does suffer a relapse or recurrence, the symptoms are milder with longer periods in between outbreaks/flare-ups.

It is advised to avoid contact with chemicals to the skin as far as possible, so try to use soaps and shampoos that are glycerin or naturally based. In addition, it can also help to change your lifestyle to accommodate your condition. These changes can include your diet, supplement intake, elimination of certain foodstuffs, changing the detergent or fabric softener you use, and reducing your stress levels.

Other natural products that you can try that are known for not inducing any negative effects include the well-known gel of the Aloe Vera plant. This gel can be squeezed from the leaves and directly applied to the skin, or use a product that contains Aloe Vera. Calendula lotion is also a good alternative, but be careful to choose a product that has a high concentration of Calendula and little or no potentially irritating ingredients. Organic cold pressed Olive oil has been used by many as a moisturizer that also treats eczema and related conditions.

But first and foremost, use Axhilirit© Eczema oils or cream before trying anything else.

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