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  • "I Feel Uncomfortable In The Skin I'm In"

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  • The Link Between Eczema and Bacteria

    Did you know that over 90% of people with eczema have colonies of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) growing on their skin? It worsens the skin’s allergic sensitivity and inflammation. Aloe Vera’s gentle but powerful anti-microbial properties are clinically proven. The exact cause of eczema is unknown, but it's possible to manage the condition. Good nutrition, stress management, avoiding some common chemicals, clothing made of natural fibers.... 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
  • It Brings Out My Confidence

    Itchy red skin can really give you a "bad skin day." I'm so happy to hear about this confidence boost in a recent review: "This is the Best moisturizer I have ever used in my entire life! I have combination skin, very sensitive to some products that are out in the market. I have been having really bad rashes on my face and I'm not sure what is the cause for this. I know that I'm allergic to some kinds of sunblock. There's just somethi... Read More
  • Tips for Managing Eczema in Summer (Part 1)

    Many of our friends have asked – so here it is: part 1 in a series on caring for eczema in summer. Many people think of eczema being worsened by cold weather (the low humidity outdoors as well as in heated homes can dry the skin and trigger itchy, blistering skin). But outdoor summer activities can lead to nasty flare ups, too. Learn how to manage eczema better so you can really enjoy your summer. 1. Perspiration isn’t the sa... Read More
  • Eczema Success Story

    "I came across InfiniteAloe at the yearly trade show here in Whitehorse. I have suffered my whole life from eczema, ichthyosis, vitligo and rosacea, lucky me. I have tried many products, I mostly use hydrocortisone. I purchased the product with the expectation I have with most of the other things I have tried - meh. This stuff totally blew my mind! I can't believe how well it works!! "I have a pretty consistent rash of eczema on my... Read More
  • Eczema and Staying Active

    Photo: Moyen Brenn Today, people are more active than ever. But riding, jogging, golfing, fishing and walking outside in the cold of winter or the heat of summer can trigger the itchy, red patches of skin known as eczema or atopic dermatitis. Environmental triggers may include dry air, cigarette smoke, irritating soap used on your skin or even in your laundry. Have you isolated your personal triggers? A study has found th... Read More
  • Eczema – Does Stress Contribute To Your Flare Ups?

    Eczema is much more than dry, itchy and confidence-deflating skin. It can have a huge impact on a person’s emotional and physical well-being. Eczema is usually diagnosed by the age of two, and 80% of those children will go on to develop hay fever, asthma or both, according to the National Eczema Association for Science and Education.   Ted A. Grossbart, PhD, says that, “Recent studies tell us that between 30 an... Read More
  • Kate Middleton is one of many celebrities who cope with eczema

    Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is one of many celebrities who cope with eczema. Breakthroughs in science regarding a certain defect in a skin protein may lead to a cure. In the meantime, there are many things one can do to try to keep those itchy, red, scaly flare ups under control. Avoid Common Chemicals Doctors and other professionals tell me that they are seeing more and more patients with bad reactions to everyday ... Read More

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