Spring is on the horizon which means it is finally time to be outdoors and enjoy warmer weather - right? Spending time outdoors can be one of the more stress relieving activities to indulge in. However, weather changes can be worrisome for eczema sufferers because it can often lead to eczema flares. The heat can also cause sudden breakouts and inflammation which may keep you inside. Fear no more, we have the perfect product to not only help put minds at ease, but also eczema symptoms so you can enjoy all Spring has to offer worry-free.
Designed to heal even the most stubborn of skin rashes, the Emily Hot Skin Soother is ideal for the transition into spring and summer. Finally the product we have been waiting for! This all natural, organic product is very effective at treating persistent eczema. It is unscented and steroid free. You can feel confident in your purchase know the clean ingredients include: organic sunflower oil, beeswax, frankincense, red peony root, dictamnus root and phellodendron amurense bark.
Also now available is the Emily Skin Soother for Severe Diaper Rash. This new diaper rash cream will treat red and angry skin all over to put your little one’s pain at ease. This soother is specially formulated for infant skin and is less intense on the skin, but nonetheless extremely effective at calming eczema syptoms.
How to use Emily Skin Soothers for Red Eczema Rashes:
The most effective way to use the Hot Skin Soother is to use under a wet skin wrap or under eczema clothing. Our eczema clothing supports all ages from newborns to adults and can be found here. By using clothing or a wet wrap, it will seal the soother into the skin, allowing it to fully absorb and you will reap the maximum benefits. After cleaning, apply enough soother to completely cover the affected area. For even better results, apply after an eczema supported bath such as a coconut, epsom salt, or oatmeal bath. It is not required to bathe before, or wrap afterwards - the skin soother can also be applied directly to the rash during a flare for instant relief.
The small container is easy to throw in a purse, backpack, or travel bag for quick and easy on-the-go treatment. It can also treat a wide variety of skin conditions from dry, itchy, or inflamed skin to psoriasis.
Why does eczema get hot?
It is common for eczema or skin rashes to feel hot and inflamed, especially if it is exposed to the sun or warmer temperatures. The heat is actually additional blood flow being sent to the affected area as your body's natural response to heal the inflammation. While it is a natural response, it can lead to discomfort and in most cases itchiness. This Hot Skin Soother is designed to seal and cool these hot eczema rashes, making it ideal for treating uncomfortable eczema symptoms.
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NOTE: This content is for informational purposes only and is not intended to serve as a substitute for a consultation, diagnosis and/or medical treatment by a healthcare provider