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Learn How Dermatin Can Help You Reduce Symptoms of Itchy Skin.
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Dry, extremely itchy skin. Blisters that ooze and crust. Raw, inflamed skin resulting from constant irritation.
Today, an estimated 15 million Americans suffer from the skin disorder known as Eczema, with another 20+ million suffering from symptoms resembling eczema. The severity of this condition can encompass the irregularities listed above, but are often as unique as the individual sufferer.
Symptoms can range from mild, with occasional itchy skin, to severe, being characterized by extremely painful ulcers and skin so itchy you scratch wounds into your skin. What’s more, these traumatized skin areas can occur at various locations across the body and no age group is immune.
If you have eczema, or suffer from itchy skin-like symptoms, know that there is no cure. However, this shouldn’t be cause for alarm.
There are things that you can do to help control eczema. These practices encompass diet, lifestyle change, acknowledging environmental factors, and perhaps most important of all, nutritional supplements.
Itchy skin is a form of eczema, or an inflammation of the upper layers of the skin. The term eczema (pronounced, ex-em-ah) denotes a chronic, recurring skin rash that is characterized by swelling, redness, itchiness, and dryness, with possible crusting, flaking, blistering, oozing, and bleeding areas.
Eczema occurs episodically in sufferers; meaning that persons with eczema will have times when their skin health will seem to get worse during periods of “flare-ups,” or exacerbations.
These periods are followed by times when the condition improves, called “remissions.”
Common Forms of Eczema:
Also known as atopic eczema, this is the most common form of eczema. Atopic eczema is normally seen on the face, scalp, inside of elbows, behind the knees, and at times, on the buttocks.
This form of eczema is of two types: allergic-contact dermatitis or irritant-contact dermatitis. The allergic variety is caused by exposure to an allergen such as poison ivy. There is often a delayed reaction.
Exposure to irritants, like chemicals, account for nearly 75% of all reported contact dermatitis cases. This type of contact dermatitis usually subsides when the substance (i.e. irritant) is identified and avoided. Occupational skin disease is a form of irritant-contact dermatitis.
Also known as “winter itch,” this skin condition is common during the dry, winter months and affects the elderly with the greatest regularity. It often begins as normal dry itchy skin that progressively worsens, actually turning into what is classified as eczema.
Or as it is most commonly known as, dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis a dry or greasy scaling of the scalp and/or eyebrows. This form of itchy skin is manageable.
The exact cause of eczema remains a mystery. It’s likely that several factors are at play, most notably, genetics and the environment.
This may mean that pre-existing factors like allergies can actually cause eczema in susceptible individuals.
Additionally, researchers have identified potential triggers that may make the condition worse and also include specific allergens, environmental triggers, food, and other factors such as:
Soaps, laundry detergents, and perfumes
Low or high humidity
Extreme heat or cold
Highly processed foods, trans-fat rich foods, and foods with high saturated fat content
Allergens such as pollen, pet dander, foods, feathers, and even dust mites.
Conventional treatments vary from person to person and are based on physician recommendation and the patient’s personal preference. Medical practitioners not specializing in naturopathic techniques will most likely advise the use of medications, topical or otherwise.
These can include anti-inch lotions, topical corticosteroids, immunosuppressants, and antihistamines. As well, newer medicines called topical immunomodulators, or TIMs, are steroid-free ointments that have shown upwards of an 80% success rate. Phototherapy or Photochemotherapies are other popular options.
Less conventional treatments of eczema that are often overlooked, but considered critical by many dermatologists, include:
biofeedback training for the mind
These lifestyle factors are thought to be extremely important for lessening the risk and occurrence of eczema “flare-ups.”
Learn How Dermatin Can Help Reduce Inflammation and Itching
Dermatin is a natural remedy for eczema that has been designed to reduce inflammation and itching.
It is a formulation backed by years of scientific research, designed to provide you with a comprehensive tool you can use daily to combat the potential symptoms arising from this irritating condition.
Selenium - People with eczema have been shown to be deficient in Selenium. Addressing deficiencies of this nutrient are important as this anti-oxidant may help fight free radical build-up in the skin which could reduce inflammation.
Zinc - Essential for the functioning of over 300 enzymes and also supports the immune system, and skin health.
Omega 3 - In a 12-week double-blind study, Omega-3 was shown to be helpful for reducing inflammation, itchy skin, and scaling of the skin due to eczema.
Artichoke - Helps regulate the production of inflammatory substances that play a role in itchy skin.
Grape Seed Ext. - This potent remedy may inhibit the destruction of collagen structures which support the health of small capillaries that supply energy to the body’s tissues.
Milk Thistle - Histamines are known to cause inflammation and are supported primarily by the liver. Milk Thistle supports liver defenses and may inhibit inflammatory substances and histamines in the liver.
Olive Leaf Ext. - Contains an important antioxidant called "oleuropein" which can help reduce the inflammatory effects of food allergies that contribute to eczema.
Gamma Linolenic Acid - An important fatty acid, GLA may be helpful for keeping inflammation under control, improving skin roughness, and normalizing blood chemistry. Those with atopic eczema have been shown to be deficient in Gamma Linolenic Acid.
BioCell Collagen Type II - Remedy that supports healthy skin function and appearance. May boost skin elasticity and support proper wound healing.
Hylaronic Acid - This is a structural component of the skin and may be helpful for increasing hydration in your skin as well.
Dealing with the skin’s chemistry internally remains paramount for its overall health and subsequent healing capacity. When your skin is inflamed, your body is trying to tell you something. Usually, it’s a message to you indicating that something is not as it should be. In persons suffering form eczema, this inflammatory process is compounded by a number of additional adverse reactions.
Addressing nutritional concerns, detoxifying the body, and learning certain coping skills are all integral components of a successful skin-healing program. Progressive Health is confident and guarantees the efficacy of its revolutionary formulation of skin-supporting nutrients.
Dermatin may prove to be as beneficial as avoiding the many triggers that aggravate your skin, as well as any tools you’ve learned to control your itchy skin.
Since the effects of itchy skin have a substantial consequence on your appearance, success with our product can help boost self confidence.Here are some inspiring testimonials from real customers who have used Dermatin:
"The product worked. It was that simple. You made a skeptical consumer into a confident believer.
I ordered your product after refusing to take my prescription medication from my doctor. He told me there were some side effects and I did not want to deal with that. Since the condition was not terminal, I searched for an alternative. This is when I found your product and I must say that it worked fast. After 30 days of use, there was noticeable improvements. Thank you so much."
- Cali Ivie
I started using Dermatin because my eczema flare ups were becoming worse and worse. I have tried other products, then threw them out after they failed to work. Dermatin is the only supplement that has improved my skin. I recently ran out of Dermatin, and my current flare up is worse and is lasting longer than any flare ups I had while using Dermatin. I am looking forward to the arrival of my new shipment of pills so that I may get my eczema under control again.
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