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Put Your Eczema and Skin at Ease
Treat eczema inside, out. Your skin is your first line of defense and it deserves special care.
Cold weather is here and so is dry skin. If you have hypersensitive skin or you skin is prone to eczema, you probably experience dry, flaky skin, red rashes and constant itching. When a skin condition is present, the skin barrier is weakened, which can lead to infection. A healthy skin barrier is key to healthy balanced skin. It prevents allergens, bacteria and irritants, from penetrating into the body. A balanced oil to water ratio is also key to help prevent dehydrated skin.
The Roots of the Problem
Genetics, asthma, hay fever, allergic rhinitis, leaky gut syndrome, stress and anxiety, are all factors leading to eczema, a recurring chronic or sporadic inflammation of the skin that usually begins in early childhood and can continue throughout adolescence and into adulthood. Eczema is a skin manifestation associated with an allergic response, either to environmental allergens or to certain foods, driven by the hypersensitivities.
Eczema and the Immune System
When our immune system is activated by an allergic reaction, it releases white blood cells that release substances causing inflammation, which leads to itching and redness.
Inside-Out Treatment with the Power of Six Medicinal Plants
It is now possible to manage eczema and to prevent it from spreading out, with Execalm capsules, an in-depth treatment for this condition. The phyto-therapeutic mix in this formula allows the elimination of metabolic waste by helping the blood, liver, kidneys, lymphatic system to function effectively, and contains B vitamins and minerals that promote skin regeneration.
Execalm contains two major regenerators of skin cells: marine DNA and an extraordinary super food, Centella Asiatica used for all dermatological conditions. It also contains burdock and pansy which have the reputation of being blood purifiers. To supplement the formula, zinc is added to help your skin heal, selenium, vitamin B, biotin, rutin and vitamin E.
Execalm capsule can also be beneficial for skin conditions such as psoriasis, hives, acne, blotches or rosacea, capillary permeability, and all other types of skin eruptions, by providing the body with elements that help restore and nourish the skin via the lymphatic system.
Note that during the healing process, a healing crisis may occur, which is a temporary exacerbation of symptoms at the beginning of a treatment. This is a common progression as skin conditions heal. To ease itching and prevent scratching, use Execalm cream in conjunction with Execalm capsules, applying it twice a day or more. This therapeutic hydrating moisturizer helps protect the natural barrier of skin’s surface, calming skin and alleviating all its ailments. With your skin at ease, you can be comfortable in your own skin again.