Emu Oil For Eczema

Emu Oil for Eczema

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a serious skin disorder. Eczema flares up the skin, this can last weeks or months for some people. It is identified by a red, itchy skin rash that can be very irritating and sometimes painful for those who suffer. Eczema usually occurs in people with a personal or family history of atopy (allergic asthma, rhinitis, conjunctivitis, or food allergies). Often people have to take expensive anti-biotic or prescription medication which can often have bad side effects. If your looking for an effective alternative that is safe and natural, try emu oil for eczema. Emu oil has had amazing results in treating and relieving eczema and skin rashes. It’s soothing anti – inflammatory properties help to bring down the redness and sooth the skin. Using pure emu oil for eczema can help to relieve the swelling and itching associated with eczema, as well as help the skin return to it’s normal healthy state. Eczema can come and go on your body at different times and may not be related to an allergy.

betty's granddaughterSome common suspects for eczema are related to the foods we eat, soaps, detergents, and the skin care products we use. This is why it’s recommended to try Emu Oil for Eczema.

Emu oil has been shown to be effective for all types of eczema such as atopic eczema, allergic contact eczema, irritant contact eczema, infantile seborrhoeic eczema, adult seborrhoeic eczema, varicose eczema, and discoid eczema.

Real results – using Emu Oil for Eczema

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How to use Emu Oil for Eczema

Pure emu oil can be applied directly to eczema. You can use this in conjunction with a natural based emu oil body lotion or moisturiser, as well as a daily emu oil soap instead of a commercial soap which may add to the irritation. It’s recommended to rub a small amount of pure emu oil on the eczema daily.

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Who uses Emu Oil for Eczema

We’ve had many testimonies from happy customers that have found relief to their eczema and skin rashes by using pure emu oil. Testimonies are also coming from customers and professionals such as below –

* Nutritionists

* Chiropractors

* Medical doctors

* Massage therapist

* Pharmacists

* Acupuncturists

and many more.

Properties that make Emu Oil effective in treating eczema

So how is emu oil good for eczema? The structural profile of emu oil shows that it contains 70 % unsaturated fatty acids, of which 20% is linoleic fatty acid, a proven skin nourishment. Its components make emu oil for eczema effective as it provides the missing ingredients for good and healthy skin. Below are the properties of emu oil that make it effective in treating and relieving eczema –

* Hyper-Oxygenated – Pure Emu Oil draws the blood supply to topically applied areas, which encourages circulation. This makes it ideal for skin rashes.

* Anti Bacterial – It has shown anti bacterial properties, Pure Emu Oil will help stop the growth of bacteria in eczema, preventing it from spreading.

* Anti-inflammatory – with effects comparable to ibuprofen. Emu oil will bring down the swelling and inflammation of eczema.

* Hypoallergenic – does not cause skin irritation or have any side effects, ideal for people with sensitive skin and skin rash.

* Highly Penetrating – non-greasy, absorbs into the skin without leaving a greasy feel

* Non-Comedogenic – Pure Emu Oil does not clog pores

* Pure Emu Oil is 100% Natural with no bad side effects.

History of Emu Oil for Eczema

For more than forty thousand years, Australian aborigines have been harnessing the medicinal and therapeutic properties of emu oil for different uses, including many skin conditions and inflammatory ailments like eczema. This ancient wonder has been around for years, and now we can gain from the benefits by using it in our daily skin care.

How to avoid Eczema

Eczema can be avoided by reducing contact with solvents, soaps and detergents. If you wash your hands frequently, it is important to apply emollients after every washing. If you use a soap it should be very natural and mild, with no chemicals or sulphates that could irritate the eczema. Non-soap cleansing agents are also available. Since residual laundry detergent in clothes may also be irritating, a second rinse cycle is recommended. Try changing your laundry detergents to a natural one. Pure Emu Oil and Emu Oil based lotions are an excellent method of re-hydrating the skin after washing. Wear gloves when using potential irritants is also important. Environmental factors can have a big effect on eczema.


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