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Taking Care of Eczema

Posted by Kristin on 6/14/2011 to Natural Skin Care
Welcome to my new "Ask Evelyn" series! 
 
I've been getting a lot of skin care questions in lately so I  
decided to create a video series around it.
 
Today's first Q&A is about healthy skin care and how that  
relates to eczema. 
 
Check it out -- and if you have a question, leave a comment  
or reply to this email so I can answer your question next time. :)


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AngelinatheGreatness Date 7/8/2011 10:52:00 PM
Why go Vintage Skincare? Um, because it is awesome. Really though, all our styles and fashions imitate the past. Apparently we think they had some pretty fab ideas back then. Hepburn, Monroes, Jackie O, Davis (Bette, that is) just to name a few we admire and adore them. But let's look back farther into history though past the American glory days and direct our attention to the topic at hand; skincare. I take you now east, far east. Back to a time and place where people began... What d
Mark Date 8/17/2011 3:01:00 AM
I've heard that taking stinging nettle will relieve the symptoms of eczema because it works with the liver to detoxify and thereby the skin rejuvenates naturally. Please send me your opinion. Best regards Mark
foreue Date 8/18/2011 12:59:00 PM
Since I am not in the health field and cannot prescribe or recommend medical treatment, here is what I have read and what my friends say works for them: Stinging nettle and Silymarin seem to relieve eczema. They also seem to like red clover and burdock root for cleaning their blood of toxins. The foreue product called LeMudd Clay Masque is a product that many of our customers say they like too. Don't forget to check with your doctor to make sure that these herbs do not interfere with other
mark Date 8/18/2011 1:00:00 PM
Since I am not in the health field and cannot prescribe or recommend medical treatment, here is what I have read and what my friends say works for them: Stinging nettle and Silymarin seem to relieve eczema. They also seem to like red clover and burdock root for cleaning their blood of toxins. The foreue product called LeMudd Clay Masque is a product that many of our customers say they like too. Don't forget to check with your doctor to make sure that these herbs do not interfere with other
 
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