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  • So You Think You Have Eczema?

    Is It Really Eczema? Do you suffer from an itchy rash that doesn’t go away, or if it does, it returns? Eczema is a term that covers several different types of skin inflammations, and diagnosing your condition correctly is the first step in better dealing with it. It has been estimated that a third of the population has had eczema at some time in their lives, often running in families and starting as a baby. How do you know if you have eczema?... Read More
  • Yes, These ARE The Same Hands

    (Yes, these ARE the same hands!) “Dear Infinite Aloe, your cream has changed my life. All my life I’ve searched for a cream that would help me with the eczema on my hands and I did with your Infinite Aloe cream. I tried it all before, but most of them always smelled bad and left my hands still dry after 5 minutes. I am so relieved now to be able to live my life normally with Infinite Aloe. It smells good and moisturizes like no o... Read More
  • Instantly Her Itch Started Going Away

    Another real story: "My friend’s 2 year old daughter has eczema over her whole body. She would scratch to the point where it would bleed and get puffy from the irritation. She had tried many prescription ointments and over-the-counter lotions. Nothing seemed to work. She would always keep her long sleeves up because she would scratch.             I purchased InfiniteAloe fo... Read More
  • Everything I'd Hoped For...

    A recent reviewer said that InfiniteAloe Skin Care was everything she'd hoped for: "I bought this after commenting that a friend's skin looked so beautiful and youthful. She shared her secret, Infinite Aloe Skin Care. I am also very concerned with the ingredients in skin care products as some of them are carcinogenic and toxic. I love this cream!! It is light enough to not feel greasy or heavy, but rich enough to feel very emolli... Read More
  • Tips for Managing Eczema in Summer Part 2

       Eczema can be very sensitive to changes in the weather. The itchy, red condition can be triggered by the high temperature of summer, whether you stay home or travel. As we mentioned in Part 1, exercise and outdoor activities such as swimming can be especially hard on sensitive skin.   1. Minimize exposure to seasonal allergies outside and airborne toxins inside.  When the temperature rises pollen and ragweed counts rise too, which has bee... Read More

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