Conscious Living is Eczema Friendly

Taking shower is usually easy, unless if you have eczema. When living with this skin condition, you have to deal with eczema symptoms such as, itchiness, dry patches, and redness — and using the wrong soap, body wash, or conditioner could further irritate inflamed areas. A skincare routine that includes proper bathing and moisturising is important for managing eczema skin. 

Conscious Living products are 100% natural and does not contain fragrances, dyes, parabens, or formaldehydes. These irritating chemicals must be avoided because they can aggravate eczema symptoms. “Many over-the-counter shower products are fragranced to have an appealing scent to be attractive to consumers. But fragrances and dyes in these products can worsen eczema by irritating or causing an allergic reaction in the skin,” says Yunyoung Claire Chang, MD, a board-certified dermatologist at Union Square Laser Dermatology in New York City. “Eczema patients should always use skin products that are fragrance-free, dye-free, and unscented.”

Our client from Hong Kong sent us this picture and we couldn’t have been more pleased with such noticeable result in less than 3 weeks – yes she simply abstained from chemical-based personal care products!

This is another client from Thailand who suffered from mild eczema and used Conscious Living body wash for 1 week:

If you suffer from such allergies and before you resort to medication give Conscious Living a try – let nature do the job! Conscious Living products are gentle on skin, moisture-rich and nourishing. All of which are important for eczema skincare.

Is this a special medicated product or it can be used by all? Is it also safe for children? How about infants?

These are not medicated products but they have some real amazing healing benefits that are effective in curing skin problems like eczema or scalp issues like dandruff. Just as your gut depends on a balanced microbial state to function optimally, the balance of bacteria and other microbes on your skin also matters in the same manner. It is therefore, appropriate and safe for all including children. For use with infants, you may want to dilute the product before use.

Excerpt from Dr. Joseph Mercola’s article, click here to read full article

“Many people are now aware of the importance of gut microbiome. Some even take proactive steps to protect it, like minimizing the use of antibiotics and eating fermented foods to support a healthy balance. Less widely known is that such microorganisms don’t only populate your gut; they’re found throughout your body, including on your skin. Just as your gut depends on a balanced microbial state to function optimally, the balance of bacteria and other microbes on your skin also matters in the same manner”.