Eczema


Eczema often begins in childhood and can alternately improve and worsen throughout life. During an eczema flare-up skin can become unbearably itchy and sensitive, which can make the condition even worse. Therefore, it is essential to keep the skin healthy.

What is Eczema?

Eczema, also known as dermatitis, is a type of inflammatory skin condition. It has been known to affect all ages and can vary in regards to its severity. Eczema occurs commonly in infants between 1 month to 1 year. Although a majority of these children will outgrow eczema before 3 years of age, it can still flareup at any time thereafter. Unfortunately in adults, eczema is considered a chronic recurring skin disorder. When present in the mild form, eczema can cause skin to become hot, dry and itchy. While in the severe form, it can become raw, broken and bleeding. When there is chronic irritation along with scratching, the skin can thicken and acquire a leathery texture. The primary problem with this skin condition is dryness of the skin which can be aggravated by conditions that are either extremely hot and dry or cold.

What Causes Eczema?

Eczema can occur for no specific reason or an allergic reaction to various things such as food, lotions, detergents, animal dander, plants, stress, etc. Although the exact cause is not known at this time, risk factors include a family history of eczema, a family history of allergies, abrupt changes in temperature, emotional stress and allergic reactions. Dry skin will make the condition worse. In many case, the skin will become secondarily infected because of scratching.

The Best Treatment for Eczema

The best way to treat eczema is to take action as soon as an outbreak occurs and use a natural healing produce in order to eliminate the itching. The first step is to remove or stop using whatever is causing the reaction if it is known. As mentioned previously, dry skin will worsen the condition; therefore decreased the frequency of showering or bathing to once or twice a week in lukewarm water if possible. If you use soap, it is best to use small amounts of mild soap. Bathing oils, such as Oui Jesprit, are recommended. It is also recommended that moisturizers should be applied at least twice a day and after bathing when the skin is still wet. Oui Jesprit is the ideal moisturizing solution for eczema. Our unique formula of essential oils contained in this product can help to provide calming and soothing relief to the itchiness in eczema that often worsens this skin condition, while giving the skin time to heal. Oui Jesprit is applied in the shower while the skin in still wet. This is the most optimal time for the skin’s absorption of moisture.

Most of our eczema customers rave about the non-irritating and wonderful long-lasting moisturizing effects of Oui Jesprit. Moisturization of the skin will last over 24 hours and up to 48 hours in some cases. Oui Jesprit will leave your skin soft and silky without an oily or greasy residue. Plus, there’s no irritation which eczema consumers love.

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