“Why do my hands crack and bleed?”

Montreal Times - - News - By Martha Shan­non mtl­times.ca

We ad­mit the an­swer is com­pli­cated: Your DNA, cli­mate, en­vi­ron­ment, food in­take, and what­ever touches your skin. Might be a form of eczema of which there is no known cure.

It is of­ten ad­vised: “With eczema on your hands, use cor­ti­sone and un­scented soap.”

The ad­vice is to use the steroid cream spar­ingly. But why the ‘soap un­scented’?

Un­scented soap means free of syn­thetic fra­grance. Us­ing a soap with­out fra­grance is wise. What they do not tell you is that the un­scented com­mer­cial soap con­tains other in­gre­di­ents that do ab­so­lutely noth­ing ben­e­fi­cial for the skin and are of­ten ir­ri­tat­ing. If your skin is al­ready ten­der, why would you want to add parabens, tri­closan, sul­phates, ureas, 1,4 diox­ane, formalde­hyde, ph­tha­lates, toluene.

We, at Earth to Body, have an al­ter­na­tive rec­om­men­da­tion, one which has pro­duced phe­nom­e­nal tes­ti­mo­ni­als.

To stop hands crack­ing

and bleed­ing, ask Joe.

“Suf­fer­ing from eczema on my fin­gers for over a year. Skin was se­verely crack­ing, flak­ing, hor­ri­ble patches.Tried many nat­u­ral prod­ucts (un­re­fined shea but­ter, aloe, co­conut oil, beeswax). Sadly, noth­ing was work­ing. Been us­ing Earth to Body “x cream & sham­poo bar ESP” for 2 weeks.The im­prove­ment is un­be­liev­able, it’s 80% bet­ter. Also, been ap­ply­ing ap­ple cider vine­gar di­luted with wa­ter, as you rec­om­mended. Can­not thank you enough. It’s healed so much in such a short pe­riod of time. Will con­tinue us­ing it & will buy more of your prod­ucts. I’ve sent your web link to friends, who also suf­fer from eczema.” Joe C.

Fol­low Joe’s ad­vice

1. No com­mer­cial soaps. Use only nat­u­ral home­made, head to toe.

2. No com­mer­cial lo­tions or creams and avoid pre­scrip­tions if pos­si­ble. They may ease, but they also cam­ou­flage the un­der­ly­ing is­sues.

3. Al­low only good nu­tri­tion to touch your skin.

To cleanse: Buy nat­u­ral soaps, prefer­ably hand­made by soap crafters. Visit lo­cal farms. Go to craft shows. Ask for a soap with­out syn­thetic fra­grance and un­nat­u­ral dyes. Buy from us.

To mois­tur­ize: Try what Joe did. He was on the right track us­ing un­re­fined shea, co­conut etc. Try Health Food Stores. Ini­tially, Joe had not con­nected the SOAP to his prob­lem.Then he met us. Once he com­bined the nat­u­ral soap and the nur­tur­ing X cream, he saw re­sults. Our X Cream is most pop­u­lar. Also rec­om­mended to try : Neem Salve, Un­re­fined Emu Oil, pure Ar­gan Oil, Sheamu or Shar­gan But­ter, Mois­tur­iz­ing Lotion, Spoil Me Body Oil.

To cleanse fur­ther, dis­in­fect and nor­mal­ize the skin: Make your own rinse: An or­ganic ap­ple cider vine­gar and wa­ter ra­tio 1:3 or 1:4 re­stores your PH to nor­mal. Stops itch­ing, dry­ness. Or even bet­ter, try our Ap­ple Cider Vine­gar rinse with the added nu­tri­ents.

This ad­vice cov­ers all forms of eczema, pso­ri­a­sis prone skin where the goal is to soothe and im­prove the con­di­tion. As with all our prod­ucts, we make no claims to cur­ing or heal­ing as no one can do that.

We have a new pack­age avail­able, selling the combo: The ESP Sham­poo/Soap bar, the X Cream and the Ap­ple Cider Vine­gar Rinse: The ‘Eczema Pack­age’.

Visit our shop and you might catch our chefs in ac­tion. If not ac­tu­ally pre­par­ing the prod­ucts, they will still be happy to ad­vise.

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