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.
Dermatological testing assesses a product’s potential to cause irritation while the term ‘hypoallergenic’ ensures the product is free from common allergens.
Food allergies may trigger eczema flare-ups in some people, it is not the cause.
Parabens are widespread in food, cosmetics and medicines, and play a vital role in preventing the growth of harmful fungus, bacteria and other microbes.
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.
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.
While sensitive skin is not a formal medical diagnosis, it is becoming increasingly common for individuals, to describe themselves as having sensitive skin.
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.
Means it is unlikely to block pores. Which is a great option for those who experience acne prone, impure or combination skin.