What is eczema? [Disclaimer]

Eczema is term for a group of medical conditions that cause the skin to become inflamed or irritated. It can be found during all ages, from baby and up.

The most common type of eczema is known as atopic dermatitis, or atopic eczema. Atopic refers to a group of diseases with an often inherited tendency to develop other allergic conditions, such as asthma and hay fever.

According to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, the prevalence of atopic eczema is increasing and affects 9 to 30% of the U.S. population. It is particularly common in young children and infants. While many infants who develop the condition outgrow it by their second birthday, some people continue to experience symptoms on and off throughout life. With proper treatment, the disease can be controlled in the majority of sufferers.

What Causes Eczema?

The exact cause of eczema is unknown, but it's thought to be linked to an overactive response by the body's immune system to unknown triggers.

In addition, eczema is commonly found in families with a history of other allergies or asthma.

Some people may suffer "flare-ups" of the itchy rash in response to certain substances or conditions. For some, coming into contact with rough or coarse materials may cause the skin to become itchy. For others, feeling too hot or too cold, exposure to certain household products like soap or detergent, or coming into contact with animal dander may cause an outbreak. Upper respiratory infections or colds may also be triggers. Stress may cause the condition to worsen.

What Is the Treatment for Eczema?

The goal of treatment for eczema is to relieve and prevent itching, which can lead to infection. Since the disease makes skin dry and itchy, lotions and creams are recommended to keep the skin moist. These solutions are usually applied when the skin is damp, such as after bathing, to help the skin retain moisture to prevent breakouts. Cold compresses may also be used to relieve itching.

[ref. www.webmd.com]

How do I improve Eczema?

Use Infinite Aloe Skin Care to improve your skin condition.

A regular use of Skin Care has over the years proven to dramatically improve eczema.  Use at least twice daily or as often as you like to. Bring travel size for repeated application and prevention. Use regular to keeps your skin moist.

Do you have this condition and have successfully treated it with InfiniteAloe? Please let us know. Contact us.

Eczema Success

Eczema, 8 year old

"I bought your skin cream two weeks ago on a trip to Vegas. My 8 year old Cattie has eczema. She is always scratching even till she bleeds. For two weeks within 24hrs her itches were gone. The bumps are now gone and I use your skin cream on everything. Best thing I ever bought! Thank You."

Monio Nowtoyer
Palmdale, CA

Eczema

"I have been suffering from eczema for many years. Everything I have been using was not working. I have tried this product for two days and my skin has dramatically improved.
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Victoria Zhernovsky

Eczema Scars

"I began using your cream as a treatment for eczema. I had terrible scarring on my legs and arms. After about a week of use the scars were fading and the itch was gone. I will never stop using this product. Thank you."

Sarah Byrd
Battle Creek, MI

Eczema, Bleeding

"I have horrible dry skin - eczema, to the point where my legs begin to bleed. I have tried your skin cream - the itching and burning immediately sped and left my skin soft and moist."

Ashlee Welday
Las Vegas, NV

Do you have this condition and have successfully treated it with InfiniteAloe? Please let us know. Contact us.