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  • What is eczema?

    Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition that causes patches of the skin to become red, dry, scaly and itchy, typically seen on joints, the face and hands.

  • What does dermatologically tested & hypoallergenic mean?

    Dermatological testing assesses a product’s potential to cause irritation while the term ‘hypoallergenic’ ensures the product is free from common allergens.

  • Does what you eat affect eczema?

    Food allergies may trigger eczema flare-ups in some people, it is not the cause.

  • What are Parabens?

    Parabens are widespread in food, cosmetics and medicines, and play a vital role in preventing the growth of harmful fungus, bacteria and other microbes.

  • What is Mineral Oil?

    Also known as Paraffinum Liquidum, Mineral Oil has been used in cosmetics for over 100 years and is one of the most effective moisturisers known.

  • What is the skin barrier?

    The skin barrier is the outermost layer of your skin that serves as a protective shield. A healthy skin barrier helps protects against irritants and allergens.

  • What is sensitive skin?

    While sensitive skin is not a formal medical diagnosis, it is becoming increasingly common for individuals, to describe themselves as having sensitive skin.

  • Does eczema ever go away?

    For many, eczema is a lifelong condition that will come and go when an external factor triggers a flare up. Lifestyle changes and moisturisers may help delay the return of symptoms.

  • What does non-comedogenic mean?

    Means it is unlikely to block pores. Which is a great option for those who experience acne prone, impure or combination skin.

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