I'm sharing tried and true advice on how to find eczema relief naturally for your baby and/or you.
I freaked out and took my seven-month-old baby to the pediatrician one morning after getting her from her nursery. If you're a parent of little ones, then you probably know what I'm talking about all too well. Do you know how to find eczema relief naturally? I sure didn't! My daughter wasn't complaining, but I watched a spot turn into a massive rash all over her body in a matter of weeks, so I had to do what's right and get it checked out.
I noticed this tiny ring-like rash on my baby's arm to start, which grew into larger rings and patchy discolored skin around her legs and back. I honestly didn't think it was eczema because it looked so strange, though I didn't know what to look for, let's be real. I might've had childhood eczema, but it's been a long time since. Eczema is a chronic skin condition that affects 32 million people in the US, the majority of them are children under the age of 5. Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is an inflammatory skin condition that causes deficiencies in the skin barrier protein.
This Is How I Helped My Baby Find Eczema Relief Naturally
When we took our baby to see the pediatrician, the doctor confirmed it was eczema. I was relieved to know what she had but not thrilled about the OTC ointments since many contain synthetic ingredients like petroleum. So as a next step, I first decided to try to soothe our baby's skin with the Bare Butter twice a day, and sure enough, it made a difference. She Plants Love Butters contain several anti-inflammatory ingredients, so it made sense!
Ingredients like shea, coconut, jojoba create protective barriers that nourish chronically inflamed skin. Our Butter blends provide relief and soothe the most sensitive skin types, including those struggling with baby and adult eczema. Also, mango butter, rosehip oil, and avocado oil aid in cell regeneration helping heal the skin and slow down aging. Once I started applying the Bare Butter repeatedly on my baby every morning and once after her bath before bedtime, I noticed her skin improving in the first week and so forth. Since then, she hasn't had an eczema breakout. I know what to use if she does.
Most plants are medicinal that's why I always reach for organic plant-based products first. Since eczema is an inflammatory skin condition, I would seek healing from the inside out, which means to eat an anti-inflammatory diet as much as possible and apply anti-inflammatory organic plant-based skincare.
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