Eczema is the most common type of inflammatory skin disease (dermatitis), often appearing as a rash on the face or in the bend of elbows and/or knees. Until now Eczema can be treated to manage symptoms but cannot be cured; Now Exquis Skincare has developed highly effective treatment for eczema. Now eczema can be cured by using Exquis Eczema Therapy
The outermost skin layer (epidermis) functions as a protective barrier that regulates moisture and prevents harmful substances (pathogens) from penetrating the skin. Eczema-prone skin retains less moisture than healthy skin, resulting in dryness due to poor skin barrier function. When moisture loss occurs, skin is more vulnerable to irritants, triggering an overactive immune response that results in clinical symptoms of eczema. it is not contagious or easily transmitted.
Symptoms of Eczema:
Dry, sensitive skin
Itchy, red and inflamed skin
Dark colored patches
Rough, scaly and thickened skin
Scratching itchy skin worsens eczema, resulting in skin oozing and scabbing. The goal of eczema treatment is to manage symptoms of flare-ups and to relieve and/or prevent itchy skin. A good skin care regimen is important in maintaining healthy skin and preventing eczema flares.
For best results, I recommend using Eczema Therapy followed by Ultra RichMoisturizer. Exquis Skincare has developed Eczema Therapy that relieves the symptoms of eczema including dryness, itchiness, irritation, and rough patches. Exquis highly effective skincare products are available online at https://www.exquisskincare.com/x/
Author: Allison is deeply passionate about her work in clinical dentistry. She thoroughly enjoys creating smiles and helping people. Her other interests include evaluating skincare products.
Acne is a common, chronic skin disease caused by overproduction of oil (sebum) in the sebaceous follicles of the skin. Acne presents as inflammatory and/or non-inflammatory lesions on the face, chest and back areas.
Factors leading to developing acne are:
Natural body oils that clog pores; hair follicles become blocked with dead skin cells.
Excess oil in the skin. In adolescence, sebaceous glands enlarge and oil production increases, causing inflammation and narrowing of the lining of the hair follicles. This results in the formation of plugs at the skin surface.
An increase in skin bacteria, seen as redness, swelling, and including pus formation, that occurs as a result of Cutibacterium overgrowth.
Strong family history.
Diets high in sugars and carbohydrates.
Acne treatment depends upon severity of symptoms. Moderate to severe acne may require topical and/or oral prescription medication to prevent recurrence of lesions. The goal of treatment is to reduce or eliminate inflammation caused by bacteria, oil production and dead skin cells, and to decrease the appearance of scarring or hyper-pigmentation.
Exquis Skincare has developed Acne Clear Complexion treatment for moderate to severe acne, which I highly recommend from proven personal results. The advanced Ayurvedic plant-based treatment for acne works by targeting pores to reduce excessive oil production. It contains natural antibacterial herbs, Turmeric and Neem, known to clear skin, to prevent future outbreaks and to even skin tone- for all ethnicities, skin types and genders! Exquis highly effective skincare products are available online at https://www.exquisskincare.com/x/
Author: Allison Dooley
Allison is very passionate about her work in clinical dentistry. She thoroughly enjoys creating smiles and helping people.
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that disrupts the body’s ability to process blood glucose. This disease continues to be a growing, global health concern and at least doubles the risk of early death.
Diabetes can be well-managed through diet, exercise and, if necessary, prescribed medication. However, skin complications related to this disease, such as infection, skin thickening and itching, are common. For example, diabetics may have dry, itchy skin caused by fluid loss due to high blood glucose levels. The onset of skin problems may be more difficult to notice due to impaired circulation and decreased nerve sensitivity (diabetic neuropathy). Keen observation and good skin care are important considerations in diabetes management.
To prevent diabetic skin complications:
Maintain well-controlled blood glucose levels.
Keep skin clean and dry.
Avoid long, hot baths and showers; do not use bubble bath.
Apply lip balm to prevent chapped lips.
Do not scratch or itch skin vigorously.
Treat minor cuts and sores immediately to decrease risk of infection.
Exquis Skincare has developed an advanced Ayurvedic, Liposome based treatment with high tolerability and efficacy that relieves symptoms of skin problems associated with diabetes. This moisturizer is quickly absorbed, feeling silky and soothing to dry and itchy skin, diabetic dermopathy, spotted dry rash and dark, scar-like blotches. Over time, a visibly healthier, smoother and more luminous appearance is revealed. This premium quality product is affordable and made in the USA for all ethnicities and skin types.