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How to Naturally Treat Eczema in Children Using 4 Simple Ingredients

Eczema can be a serious and uncomfortable ailment. Often times, becoming so severe some just give up hope of ever finding a cure. Did you know with just 4 simple and NATURAL ingredients you can FINALLY find relief?

In this post, I will reveal everything you need to know to help your loved one or yourself with Eczema.

Natural Ingredient #1: Stabilized Oxygen

Your child comes to you in tears yet again.  The common complaint that his skin hurts. It burns.  It’s itchy. You think to yourself, “Should I call the pediatrician again?  What will he prescribe this time? Why didn’t it work last time?” You feel like you are out of solutions and your heartbreaks at the thought of not being able to alleviate your child's discomfort. Eczema can be a tricky condition to treat.  And some people suffer more than others. So how do you treat Eczema in Children, especially your own? Try this formula that will undoubtedly provide the relief you’ve been seeking. And interestingly enough, one of its key ingredients is Stabilized Oxygen. Keep reading and you’ll learn all about Stabilized Oxygen plus 3 other key ingredients and how to use them on your child with success.

What is Stabilized Oxygen anyway? Basically, it’s water that has been treated or supplied with gaseous oxygen. Water and oxygen are both two essential components to sustain life. So it would make sense that they have healing properties.  When you breathe oxygen it is carried throughout your bloodstream and begins the healing process from the inside out. Water, as we know, is something that we need to stay alive and staying adequately hydrated helps keep us healthy.  So, when you put the two together, you have a very powerful healing compound. It can be consumed orally or applied topically.  The formula we will discuss near the end of this post is a topical application.  

Natural Ingredient #2: Calendula, a Natural Powerhouse

organic remedies for eczema

Calendula.  Pronounced Kuh-lend-yuh-luh. You might think you’ve never heard of this before.  But I’m pretty sure you have. Calendula is sometimes known as the Marigold or the Pot Marigold.  Not to be confused with the ornamental Marigold. They are from the same family, Asteraceae, but different genus and different species.  However, you’re probably more interested in what magic Calendula has to offer and how it can help your child’s or your own eczema.  Calendula is a known antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and sometimes used as an antiseptic. It is effective in wound healing. Eczema is a condition in which the skin becomes irritated and inflamed and often itchy.  So we can see why Calendula is a good resource to help with the inflammation and also the bacteria that can arise from itching the affected area, opening sores and exposing them to infection. 

You can purchase certified organic Calendula extract by Herbpharm on Amazon here.

https://www.herb-pharm.com/pharm-journal/pharm-harvest-calendula/ 

Calendula is a powerhouse.  Check out these skincare products I have available that contain Calendula over at my website www.facenatur.com:


Natural Ingredient #3: St. John’s Wort

It’s not how it sounds. The name actually comes from the fact that the beautiful yellow plant flowers during the summer solstice, which is near to June 24th or St. John’s Day. It contains anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.  Somewhat like Calendula, it is a wonderful addition to treating Eczema. Want to know even more magic?  Using Calendula in conjunction with St. John’s Wort creates a powerful synergy. Meaning the two combined are more powerful together than they would be alone.  Incredible!

Natural Ingredient #4: Shea Butter

Shea butter

The final ingredient that you most definitely want to treat eczema naturally is Shea Butter.  A tree called the Sheu Tree found in tropical areas of Africa produces a seed. Inside that seed are two kernels that are ground into a powder and then boiled.  As it boils the butter rises to the top and becomes a solid compound. This is Shea Butter. The butter has so many health properties that's why we always encourage people to use products that contain shea butter in it like all-natural soaps ( check out our article on all-natural soaps & unveil all its benefits). Some of these include triglycerides with oleic, stearic, linoleic, and palmitic fatty acids, as well as unsaponifiable compounds. Whoa...just hang on a minute.  I know what you’re thinking? What does that even mean?  Basically, Shea Butter is a great emollient, moisturizer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, facilitates wound healing, and much more.  Here is some great reading to learn more about it.  Also here.

Easy Natural Recipe

Wow!  We’ve learned a lot and now it’s time to put it all together in this unique formula to help with your child’s eczema condition once and for all.


What you’ll need:

Instructions and application:

Mix 10 drops each of Calendula Extract and St. John’s Wort Extract into 2 oz. of Stabilized Oxygen into a spray bottle.  Spray on the affected area as needed. Once the mist has been absorbed, follow with organic cold-pressed Shea Butter as a moisturizer and tap into your superhero powers of Mom Observation.  Take notes on what you see and how the skin is healing. You will be amazed! It truly is the Mom Dream Team working together to care for our children; Mother Nature and Moms like you.

And there you have it!  Easy as 1-2-3-4.  

Tell me what you think about this amazing remedy in the comments below. What did you observe during the healing process?  Please subscribe to our email list: [https://facenatur.com/pages/subscribefor access to more posts that will undoubtedly bring you health and healing.

References:

  1. Merriam-Webster Dictionary online at https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/oxygenated%20water
  2. https://www.woundsresearch.com/article/presence-oxygen-wound-healing
  3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14961190
  4. https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-235/calendula
  5. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16372475-results-of-the-clinical-examination-of-an-ointment-with-marigold-calendula-officinalis-extract-in-the-treatment-of-venous-leg-ulcers/
  6. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11155493
  7. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK92750/
  8. https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-1512/shea-butter
  9. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5796020/

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