Eczema

What is eczema ?

For most people, eczema is a long-term condition they are suffering with. For some it may be a small area of skin affected, and for some it may cover a large part of their skin. The skin becomes dry because it cannot retain moisture, making it more likely to react to certain triggers in the environment - soaps and shampoos, dust and dampness, among others. Food allergies can also trigger a flare up in eczema. Gluten, wheat and dairy are all common culprits, all of which trigger the release of histamine in those who allergic to these ingredients. This causes inflammation in receptor cells on the skin. Eczema can be triggered by a range of factors which the body reacts to and is made worse when itching.

Common symptoms include:

  • Dry skin
  • Flaky skin
  • Inflamed skin
  • Itchy skin
  • Red skin
  • Bleeding
How does Toxaprevent help?

When skin reacts to environmental factors it is histamine which causes the inflammation. Toxaprevent SKIN Suspension is suitable for use on eczema. The suspension penetrates deep into the inflamed skin where the active ingredient binds and removes histamine as well as environmental toxins such as lead and mercury. This reduces the size of the inflammation and helps the body to break out of the worsening eczema cycle, where itching causes more inflammation and therefore more itching.

If food allergies are the cause of the problem, the Toxaprevent Digestive range will be suitable. The PLUS Sachets are mixed with water and the active ingredient strips the digestive tract of excess histamine. This reduces the amount of histamine circulating and reduces inflammation both in the body and on skin.

Recommendation

Toxaprevent SKIN Suspension can be applied to the affected area for up to 2 hours, twice a day maximum, using the medical foil provided to keep the suspension moist. Use only on closed skin.

Stir the contents of one Toxaprevent PLUS sachet into 300ml of water and drink daily, ideally at night. Another sachet may be taken in the morning, if required.