Sebamed for Eczema
An Honest Alternative for Sensitive Skin
PUT YOURSELF ON THE PATH TO HEALING WITH THIS SKIN CARE GUIDE!
Help! I have ECZEMA! How can Sebamed help me?
Eczema is different for everyone. Some of us get it as a child and never have to deal with it again. Others live with recurring eczema, where certain itchy patches just won’t go away no matter what we do.
Our cleansers, lotions, and creams can:
- 1 help soothe your eczema symptoms
- 2 restore your skin’s natural barrier
- 3 promote healthy skin with our pH 5.5 formulation
What does eczema look like?
- Patches of chronically itchy, dry, thickened skin
- Most frequently occurs on the hands, neck, face, and legs
- The most common areas in children include inner creases of the elbows and knees
What causes eczema?
Disorders in the regulation of immune system
Defects in the skin barrier
Is eczema contagious?
Eczema is not a contagious skin condition. Genetics are a huge factor in determining whether or not someone will have eczema. The most common type of eczema, called atopic dermatitis, occurs in about 8 in 10 children when both parents have the condition. It occurs in about 6 in 10 children when one parent has the condition.
Can you permanently cure eczema?
Scientific research has shown that it’s possible to cure eczema if the root cause is treated as an immune system disease rather than treating only the symptoms for eczema. In many cases, most eczema medical treatments are focused on masking the symptoms of eczema rather than treating the root cause of the skin disease.
What foods are good for curing eczema?
Essential fatty acids (wild-caught fish, flaxseed oil)
Pumpkin or chia seeds
Probiotic-rich foods (goat’s milk, kefir, amasai)
High-fiber foods (at least 30 grams of fiber per day from vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, coconut, legumes)
Vitamin A-rich foods (orange and yellow-colored vegetables)
What foods should I avoid with eczema?
Additives and processed foods
Food allergens (dairy, gluten, shellfish, peanuts)
Margarine and other non-essential fats
Eczema DOs and DONTs:
Let Sebamed help your skin!
All Sebamed products are clinically tested on sensitive and problematic skin.
Traditional soap may help clean you, but it may not always agree with you. It has a pH of between 9 to 11, which is too alkaline for sensitive skin. Healthy skin has an acidic hydrolipid barrier that has an average pH value of 5.5. Sebamed products are formulated to that same pH balance for optimal support of skin's barrier functions.Shop Our Best-Selling Cleanser
› pH 5.5 supports your skin's barrier against water loss and allergens or other harmful substances. ‹
› Sebamed's high-quality ingredients are free from harmful impurities. ‹
› Soap-free cleansing means less stress on your skin. ‹
After 2 Weeks of Eczema Treatment