Monthly Campaign and Eczema
Eczema should not be your enemy forever. Our supplement rich in vitamins help you to make your skin smooth and free of damage during an interval of one month. The supplement will supply you with abundance of vitamin C promoting the skin healing capacity.
What causes Eczema?
Eczema also known as atopic dermatitis is a chronic and inflammatory skin condition that results itchiness. When it happens, skin patches turn out to be red and irritated. Blisters containing small amount of fluids may also form and the affected area may weep due to bacterial infection. Eczema can affect any parts of the body but the most likely parts are backs or fronts of knees, outside or inside of the elbows, neck area, hands, cheeks and scalp.
Antioxidant vitamins reversing Eczema
Vitamins can play a role against Eczema. Vitamin C with its immune-strengthening properties, promotes skin health. The vitamin builds the collagen in our skin and also supports wound healing. Antioxidant nutrients are capable of neutralizing the oxidative stress and inhibit the inflammatory response. Free radicals can reduce the skin elasticity by damaging the collagen fibers. Thus vitamin C is a wonderful supplement that heals skin.
Eczema comes with varied symptoms in infants, children and adults. Most people develop Eczema below five years. It is also seen that half of those who suffered Eczema during their childhood develop same symptoms when they are adult.
In children it begins with rashes on skin and cheeks which turn out to be bumpy over time. The rashes can lead to extreme itching which may lead to disturbed sleep and skin infections.
However in adults, rashes are seen in the creases of elbow or knees or around the neck. The rashes can be scalier in adults than in children.
Who suffers Eczema?
Mostly children are more susceptible to Eczema. To be more specific, children below 5 years suffer most by Eczema. But this does not mean that adolescents and adults are resistant to it. Children born to family with allergic history such as asthma or hay fever are at high risk of Eczema. Since, Eczema is a result of defective skin barrier, it is inherited to infants from parents too.
The types of Eczema include Allergic contact dermatitis, Dyshidrotic eczema, Neuro dermatitis, Seborrheic eczema, and Statis dermatitis.
The risk factors include the increased pollution level and colder climate. Likewise, women are more likely to suffer than men. The heredity can also be one of the risk factors. For instance, if one or both parents suffer from Eczema, then the child is likely to suffer Eczema.
Our monthly campaign will make sure that you will be getting enough antioxidant in order to prevent this skin problem. Be a part and feel the difference.