Combat Eczema, Psoriasis, Hives and Itching

Combat Eczema

Beauty Inside and Out

Cyril Meyre ND.A.

Our skin epidermis and dermis constitutes approximately 16% of our body weight. The skin is our largest organ and acts as the first line of defense in the protection of our immune system.

Many people of all ages suffer from skin conditions impacting their health. In children with atopic dermatitis, 45% present symptoms before the age of 6 months, 60% once they turn one year old, 85% before the age of five years and 40% will be reached in adulthood. Some cases will improve over time and others may not.

It is possible to manage eczema and other skin illnesses and prevent them from becoming worse?

The power of 6 medicinal plants and essentials nutrients

Herbasante’s Execalm capsules’ phyto-therapeutic blend allows for the elimination of metabolic waste by ensuring that the blood, liver, kidneys, and lymphatic system all function effectively. The addition of bio-active and bioavailable B complex vitamins and minerals promotes skin regeneration.

Combat Eczema, Psoriasis, Hives and Itching

The specific selection we have included in our Execalm formula includes certain B complex vitamins and minerals which are known to prevent dry skin and dermatitis. They also promote the regeneration of the epithelial layer and the growth of skin appendages. They help to prevent rashes and skin eruptions and are essential for stabilizing the structure of cellular membranes to help the skin heal faster.

Some B vitamins are key for regenerating conjunctive tissue (skin). With chronic skin illness we always require the same vitamins and minerals in larger amounts to heal over conjunctive tissue. When they are depleted, they may be replenished with the addition of B3, B5, B6, B8 selenium and zinc.

Skin issues have several etiologies. They should be evaluated in order to advise on the appropriate treatment. It is not uncommon in a client case for us to see several etiologies presenting at once: Asthma, allergic rhinitis and leaky gut syndrome. When a skin condition is chronic and present overtime, the skin barrier becomes compromised, is weakened and this can lead to infection.


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