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Taking Care Of Your Eczema-Prone Skin During Winter

Updated: Nov 15, 2019


For anyone suffering from eczema, it can be more difficult to take for your skin during the winter months; dry air and thick clothing (especially one that are lacking in proper air flow) will make your eczema issues much worse compared to the rest of the year. We've found some ways that you can soothe your skin during the cold winter months. Those who’ve been suffering from eczema can agree that the symptoms commonly attributed to eczema skin - scaly, cracked patches of the skin, super itchy and sensitive, and sometimes even fluid oozing from the dry skin - gets worse during the winter season.

How We Handle Eczema During Winter Months? Even if you live in a state with super cold temperatures, it’s best for you to skip the hot bath and stick with a quick, warm shower to avoid over drying your skin excessively and apply a moisturizer to your skin liberally right after patting the skin with a towel. If you want to take a bath, a dead sea salt bath or colloidal oatmeal bath is the most beneficial for your skin as it has a ton of nutrients and minerals to help soothe and helps repair the skin. Keep the water temperature luke warm and limit your time to a 10-15 minute soak. *When followed with Lov'nCare Skin Oil, Eric's skin was happy all night! Keeping your skin moisturized with at all times is important, especially right after your shower or bath and right before bedtime to support your body's natural restorative process. Use skin care products that are loaded with rich natural ingredients without harsh chemicals.

HAPPY SKIN = HAPPY LIFE

xoxo, April & Eric




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