Know anyone who suffers with Eczema?

In the UK, one in five children and one in twelve adults have eczema while eczema and contact dermatitis account for 84-90% of occupational skin disease.  Statistics from National Eczema Society

The population of the UK on April 2012 was approximately 63.6 million.  Statistics from How Many Are There?

Correct me if I am wrong but even at 1 in twelve of the population that means that there are over 5.3 million people in the UK who suffer from this condition.  5.3 MILLION!!

WHY ARE SO MANY PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM THIS CONDITION?

No one seems to know why?  Could it be the chemicals in the products we use, or pollutants in the air we breathe, the water we drink or even in the food we eat.  There is no answer as yet.

WHAT IS THE TREATMENT FOR ECZEMA?

One of the treatments for eczema is the use of topical corticosteroids which are applied to the affected areas.  However it is well known and documented that if potent topical steroids are used for a long period of time, particularly to the face and flexures, without adequate supervision skin thinning can occur.

Allergy to the steroid itself or to the base ingredients of the preparation can sometimes occur.

WHAT IF THERE WAS A NATURAL PLANT BASED SOLUTION?   Would you try it?

Aloe Vera (known as the miracle plant) is famous for its ability to heal – and most people know that if you burn yourself and rub the burn with the inside of an aloe vera leaf it will soothe the burn and help reduce scarring and inflammation.

Aloe Vera has natural anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties.

Forever Living Products have a range of Aloe based products and there are a few that work particularly well for people suffering with eczema/psoriasis and general dry skin problems.  One of these  is an  Aloe Propolis Cream – an excellent skin moisturiser and conditioner,  it is a rich blend of stabilised aloe vera gel and bee propolis, with other ingredients recognised for their contribution to healthy skin. Camomile, one of nature’s best-known skin care herbs, is also added to the mix. Vitamins A and E complete the formula, recognised for their natural skin conditioning properties.

This cream is applied to the affected area.  It is gentle enough to be used on a baby for nappy rash or indeed cradle cap.

If you have flare ups that can look like this

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and you would like it to look like this (picture taken 7 days later – this is a friend of mine), please read on.

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DID YOU KNOW THAT OUR SKIN CELLS RENEW THEMSELVES?

The skin cells are the most common type of cell to undergo renewal. Skin cells start as live cells in the inner layer of skin and gradually die as they come to the surface where they are sloughed off. A typical skin cell lasts for about two weeks.
Read more at: Livestrong

SO WOULDN’T IT MAKE SENSE TO GROW NEW CELLS THAT ARE HEALTHY?

Aloe Vera Berry Nectar drinking gel contains all the vitamins and nutrients to help build healthy skin cells and is packed with antioxidants.  Drinking a small amount of this each day along with using the Aloe Propolis Cream treats the eczema from both the inside and the outside.

I have personally seen the effects of these products on many of my customers, friends and family and Dennis (whose hand is pictured above) was delighted that his hand improved so much.

As a complementary therapist for the past 9 years, my objective has always been to do what I can to help people.  I came across these products when I was searching for something that would help a work colleague and my daughter-in-law.  I am confident in writing about Forever Living Products as they offer a full 60 day money back guarantee  – GUARANTEED!

I am really happy if you would like to contact me for further details – geraldinelay@sky.com, or your can order online at Forever Living Products

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor and am not qualified to offer any medical advice.  Please consult your doctor and let him/her know if you plan to use these products.

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