How to Select the Body Cream for eczema skin

Rich Moisturizing and Anti-Itch Cream! Know that eczema is a common autoimmune skin disease and accounts for more than a third of consulting dermatologists.

Natural creams against eczema

Know that there are natural creams to treat eczema. It combines 3 actions to relieve eczema durably.

-          Anti-inflammatory and soothing action

The vegetable oils of Carapa Procera, Apricot kernel and Marula, as well as shea butter, bring dry skin rich hydration, essential to relieving skin that suffers from eczema. You will appreciate the Rich Pso Natura Cream because it penetrates the skin leaving it satiny and not greasy.

-          An emollient and restorative action

To quell eczema attacks, the first reaction of dermatologists is to prescribe local treatments based on topical corticosteroids. Used since the 1950s, topical corticosteroids are medicines used to treat various skin diseases. They come in the form of cortisone creams, lotions or ointments. There are several different intensities of local corticoids treatment. These treatments for eczema are known to act quickly. They have anti-inflammatory properties that reduce redness, swelling, oozing and the thickness of eczema plaques. 

If used incorrectly (overdose) or used too long, corticosteroid creams can give rise to side effects. We can note a refinement of the skin, stretch marks, disorders of pigmentation of the skin, the appearance of vessels, difficulties to heal and sometimes even pimples. In addition, corticosteroid creams for eczema are not compatible with sun exposure, they should be used in the evening preferably.

Skin that suffers from eczema is parched because it has difficulty keeping the body water. It is also damaged by the effects of inflammation.

Corticosteroid creams alone are not enough to meet the needs of skin that has eczema. They can not be used in the long term because they may cause side effects.

It is, therefore, preferable to choose natural solutions such as Body Cream - Nourishing Olive Leaves.

Atopic eczema or atopic dermatitis is an inflammatory and non-contagious skin disease.  Its origin is genetic, it often develops in families that suffer from respiratory allergies, hay fever, and asthma. The immunological and cutaneous abnormalities create in the patient suffering from atopic eczema, an abnormal cutaneous barrier (with defects of structure). The skin therefore poorly fulfills its protective function. Thus, volatile allergenic substances in the environment (mites, pollen, dust, animal hair) easily penetrate the poorly protected epidermis. They come into contact with skin cells of immune defense, causing an inappropriate inflammatory reaction.

Contact dermatitis or atopic dermatitis is a local allergic reaction of the skin to allergenic elements. Allergy is often developed during repeated contact with irritating chemical ingredients in the laundry, skincare and cosmetics, and synthetic fibers in the clothing. Contact eczema usually concerns adults.

Tips on fighting eczema

- For this, favor the use of natural cosmetics (makeup, washing product, cream) that do not contain chemical ingredients.

- Opt for cotton clothes rather than synthetic or wool fibers that could be itchy.

- Finally, it is important to have a balanced diet and eliminate stress by practicing a sporting activity or relaxation.