Groove Sugar Scrub At Home Spa Treatment
is a natural dry skin care product containing anti aging ingredients
to exfoliate and moisturize dry skin, remove dry skin, and is excellent
for eczema treatment and psoiasis.
Dry Skin is the most common skin condition
encountered by physicians, and it affects nearly everyone worldwide.
Vanilla Groove Sugar
Scrub Exfoliator taps the power of sugar and soybean oils to
remove dry, scaly skin as it revives and moisturizes without an oily
is the essence of "sugar" and it is a natural exfoliator
that is also a skin moisturizer.
Treating dry skin may be as simple as keeping
the skin moist - by taking fewer showers _ or the preferred method
of using a sugar scrub treatment to help dry skin or aloe vera treatments.
Natural body scrubs and moisturizing skin helps as do Vitamin A and
Vitamin E and Vitamin C to help dry skin. So do herbal remedies and
flaky skin treatment help dry skin.
Natural moisturizers and herbal formulas are for good skincare and
Vanilla Groove Sugar Scrub Exfoliator treatments will help the
return of your skin's natural suppleness and the smooth, velvety appearance
of your youth. Vanilla Groove Sugar Scrub Exfoliator uses natural
ingredients to retone your skin to remedy causes of dry skin and provide
moisturizers for dry skin with essential oils.
It is important to have oil and moisture to
have healthy skin. Some dry skin is because there aren't enough natural
oils. Vanilla Groove replaces some of those natural oils. Other dry
skin is due to a depletion of oil and moisture. Again, dry skin treatment
can be as simple as using a premium sugar scrub with natural ingredients
for dry skin. The word 'eczema' comes from Greek and literally means
'boiling over'. Normal skin acts as a barrier to prevent water loss
and stop skin irritants from penetrating. If you have eczema your
skin doesn't do this as effectively as it should, leading to dryness,
itching and cracked, scaly skin which lets in bacteria and allergens
that can cause an allergic reaction. It is not a contagious condition.
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There are many kinds of eczema and they vary in intensity. Some is
mild and some is severe, but the most common are atopic eczema and
contact dermatitis. Atopic eczema is the body's allergic reaction
to foreign substances.Many allergy sufferers have this type of eczema.
The skin reacts to the allergy by becoming red, inflamed and very
itchy. The condition is very itchy and mainly affects the inside of
the elbows and knees, and the wrists and ankles. It is most frequently
seen in children, although adults can also suffer from it. Contact
dermatitis is actually an allergic reaction to a substance. .
Mild Dry Eczema
The mildest form of eczema involves chronic dry skin and itching.
(You will find more information in the Dry Skin section.) Some people
never develop the inflammatory symptoms associated with acute eczema,
but the condition is still unpleasant and requires treatment with
At its worst, acute eczema can involve a whole range of severe symptoms
including dry skin, inflammation, itching, blistering, redness, scaling
Once someone has been suffering from acute eczema, their symptoms
may enter a long term stage, as the skin function deteriorates. This
is known as chronic eczema. The following features may occur: Initial
inflammation subsides and is replaced by a thickening of the epidermis.
Scales appear as cell turnover increases.
Itching and scratching leads to fissuring of the epidermis when the
skin becomes broken and cracked.
Incessant scratching may produce secondary thickening (lichenification).
The skin is still very dry.
Eczema in adults
If you continue to experience eczema as you get older, you will probably
find that it affects the face, neck, upper chest, front of the shoulders,
areas where the skin creases and the backs of the hands.
Again the main symptom is severe itching and the condition can be
exacerbated by stress.
Allergic contact dermatitis
This condition is when the skin becomes sensitised to a substance.
It can happen immediately or after many years of contact, such as
in the case of a favourite perfume. Once your skin has become sensitised
it can persist for life.
Common allergens are: nickel which maybe found in jewellery,
cutlery and coins
perfume and fragrances in toiletries and skin care products
plants, particularly chrysanthemums, primula and grass
rubber (latex), which can be found in some protective gloves
the adhesive used in sticking plasters
metal primers and leather .
Emollients are the first line treatment for dry skin,
eczema, dermatitis and the symptoms of dry skin associated with psoriasis.
They are basically very effective moisturisers which come in a range
of different formats and help to keep the skin moist and flexible
so that it doesn't itch so much. Complete emollient therapy entails
the daily use of Emollient Cream, Emollient Bath Oil & Emollient
Soap substitute. When emollients are used correctly in this way, mild
& moderate symptoms can often be managed without resorting to
any of the stronger skin treatments, such as steroids. And even if
other stronger treatments are recommended by your doctor, emollient
therapy may still be necessary.
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The itch scratch cycle
Eczema is often accompanied by a severe itching. Scratching can cause
damage to the skin. This allows bacteria to penetrate the skin and
the body's immune system reacts causing inflammation which in turn
leads to further itching. Inflammation can result in infection which
once more can lead to itching. This itch-scratch-inflammation cycle
can be hard to break. Emollients with anti-itch ingredients can help.
Dry skin is a very common skin problem. For some people
it may be a symptom of a hereditary or chronic dry skin condition
such as eczema, psoriasis or contact dermatitis. For others, it is
something that they suffer from at some point in their lives. Different
people suffer to a different degree, but generally the same symptoms
The symptoms of dry skin can be: a rough dry texture
which sometimes flakes and may cause itching
cracked and fissured skin
red, chapped and sore skin
rawness and tightness
Where dry skin is a symptom of eczema, it can often
be accompanied by a severe itching (pruritus). If scratched, this
can cause infection, which once more can lead to itching. This itch-scratch-inflammation
cycle can be hard to break but there are emollients which can help.
If the itch is the major symptom, specially formulated emollients
with anti-itch ingredients, should be used. What causes contact dermatitis?
The only real difference between eczema and contact
dermatitis is the cause: Atopic eczema is caused by a number of inherited
and environmental factors. You'll find more information in the eczema
Contact dermatitis is primarily caused when the skin comes into contact
with certain substances. These substances may be general irritants
(which can cause a reaction in anybody), or substances which cause
an allergic reaction in some individuals.
Patch testing is a diagnostic tool to differentiate
contact dermatitis from other skin disorders and identify the relevant
Irritant contact dermatitis (hand eczema)
If you have naturally dry skin, or you had eczema as a child, you
may find that the condition reappears when the skin comes into contact
with an irritant substance. This is called hand eczema. The irritants
dry out the skin making it more vulnerable to damage and further attack.
It's often found on the hands of nurses, housewives, gardeners, hairdressers,
cooks and kitchen staff, painters, builders and engineers.
The most common irritants are: soap, detergents and
any prolonged wet work
disinfectants and strong chemical cleaning products
paints, DIY materials, solvents, glues and resins
citrus fruits and vegetable juices, including tomato, onion and garlic
acids and alkalis
abrasive dust from stones, bricks, cement, sand or soil
The condition maybe aggravated by: cold, windy weather or extreme
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Dry, cracked skin won't tolerate the drying and potentially irritating
effects of soap or detergents, so skin specialists recommend that
you use emollient soap substitutes or washes. These are non-drying
and leave your skin feeling soft and comfortable. They feel different
to normal soaps because they are free from soap and don't foam. Nevertheless,
they are highly effective cleansers.
Your complete daily routine
In the morning, wash with a soap substitute or wash and gently pat
your skin dry. Gently apply an emollient cream or lotion with clean
hands in the direction of hair growth. Don't rub vigorously as you
may trigger itching.
Throughout the day, use a soap substitute to wash your
hands and apply an emollient cream or lotion whenever your skin feels
dry or itchy. Don't allow your skin to dry out.
In the evening, a warm 10 minute bath with a bath oil
will clean your skin so there's no need to use soap. Gently pat the
skin dry and while still damp apply your preferred emollient liberally.
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