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Eczema

The term eczema is applied to a range of persistent skin conditions symptoms of which include. dryness of the skin and uncomfortable persistent skin rashes characterized by redness, swealling, dryness, itching, flaking, blistering and even bleeding of the skin in affected areas.

Argan Oil Products For Skin Care & Anti-Ageing

Argan Oil Is Great For the Hair and Skin Argan oil is a natural ingredient from the kernels of the argan tree that is endemic from Morocco. The plant oil is extracted from the kernels to create a plant oil that has many skin benefits and is used in skin care products. Argan oil is rich in vitamin E and unsaturated fatty acids making it ideal to nourish and revitalise tired, dry skin.  Argan oil based products and creams are excellent for skin conditions such as acne, eczema and … [Read more...]

Psoriasis All Natural Shampoo

Psoriasis All Natural Shampoo, created by Syrinx Za is Paraben-Free. Calm soreness, reduce swelling, and eradicate itchy scalp conditions using Syrinx Za natural shampoo, conditioner and pre-wash products. All our products are formulated for scalp conditions with totally natural ingredients so they nourish the scalp and leave the hair healthy, clean and shiney. Free from parabens, paraffin, steroids and other chemicals. Our unique ingredient is Zander that removes toxins and metals … [Read more...]

All Natural Dry Scalp & Psoriasis Shampoo…

Syrinx Za Hair Products are all natural and ideal for people who suffer with dry scalp, eczema and psoriasis conditions. Syrinx Za hair care is a three-stage system consisting of a pre-wash, shampoo, conditioner. Syrinx Za Hair Care: Why It Is So Special... All three products contain Zander, a highly organic deposit from remote lakes in Eastern Europe. The material is very pure and contains no man-made chemicals of any sort.Yet it is packed full of substances that are beneficial to the human … [Read more...]

Coping With Eczema

Eczema is where patches of skin become itchy, red, rough and inflamed and it can be hard to cope with everyday, it can get you down, and for some its all too much to cope with. Many people that have been suffering for years do find various ways of coping with eczema and we thought it would be good to share a few tips for those that are less experienced, as once you learn a few tips to cope with eczema it can become easier to live with. Tips for Coping With Eczema These are our top tips for … [Read more...]

Eczema and Hormones

We wrote recently about how the skin is affected by our hormones during the menopause but it is also reported that Eczema and hormones are connected too. When there is a raise or a drop in certain hormones  this can cause an imbalance which is a common cause for eczema flare-ups especially for women.  Many women for instance suffer from flare ups just before their menstrual period or when they are pregnant. Eczema and Hormones Are you wondering if hormones are causing your eczema to worsen … [Read more...]

October is Eczema Awareness Month

We've recently had eczema awareness week and now we have eczema awareness month which gives us much more time to raise awareness for this dreadful skin complaint that is not contagious and not curable. All through the month of October the National Eczema Association is working hard to raise awareness about Eczema with various activities and publicity. You too can help, let us show that we care! Spreading the Word The aim for eczema awareness month is to spread the word as far and wide as … [Read more...]

How to Treat Eczema

If you are here then you probably suffer from eczema or know someone that does and want to know how to treat eczema. Well, you have come to the right place! I know, you've heard it all before, how a certain wonderful eczema treatment is just the right thing to treat your eczema, and it gets tedious trying new treatments. However just keep reading for a while you might be surprised. Eczema treatments The trouble with eczema is that although this debilitating skin condition has the same … [Read more...]

National Eczema Week 2013

National Eczema Week 2013 runs from the 14th of September through to the 22nd of September to raise awareness about eczema. Its a tough road for the eczema sufferer who can sometimes can feel alone, upset and frustrated about a skin condition that is incurable and that takes time and effort to manage so as just to be comfortable. However, hopefully we can help raise awareness and help with the comfort too! Who Suffers with Eczema? An astonishing 1-5 children suffer from eczema and 1-12 … [Read more...]

Eczema Help

When people are first diagnosed with eczema it can be a stressful and worrying time. Sufferers just don’t know where to start with regard to looking after their skin. With National Eczema Week just around the corner we thought it would be a good time to give some eczema help for those people with our top tips for eczema. First of all don't panic, try to relax, stress won't help your eczema but following these few tips should. Top tips for eczema help There is no eczema cure,  however … [Read more...]

Childhood Eczema

Childhood Eczema or infantile eczema, shockingly affects around one in five of children in the UK. Atopic eczema or atopic dermatitis are the most common types of eczema that children suffer. Atopic just means that someone is over sensitive to allergens, which could be anything from dust, chemicals or even certain foods.  In most cases the skin becomes itchy, is inevitably scratched and becomes sore, red and inflamed. Why does my child have eczema? The answer from many experts is that … [Read more...]