Spray Away The Irritation!

 

These days, it seems like everyone either has eczema, or knows someone who does. In fact, over 31 million Americans have eczema and experience its painful symptoms today. (1)

And that number will only grow as we enter the fall season, where cooler temperatures cause eczema flareups and skin irritation to increase.

But don't worry. Help is here in the form of an ALL-NEW, ALL-NATURAL SOLUTION to your eczema problem. It's name?

 

ECZEMA RELIEF SPRAY

 

In this blog we talk about what ECZEMA RELIEF SPRAY is, how it works, and why you need to use it today.

 

ECZEMA AND YOU

 

Before we talk about how to remedy eczema, it's first important we understand what this skin condition is.

Eczema (also called atopic dermatitis) is a skin condition that damages your skin barrier, which is considered the glue of your skin. (2)

One of the reasons eczema is so common is because it's the general name given to a whole group of different skin conditions. (1)

Those with eczema are prone to flare ups, and since it's a chronic skin condition, many people find eczema to be a significant hindrance on their lives. (3)

 

FUN FACT: More than half of all people with eczema show signs by twelve months old! If your little one is suffering from eczema, click HERE for the best way to soothe their skin. (4)

 

Though sometimes eczema goes away on its own, it's usually a long-term problem. It's also important to know there is no cure for eczema. (5)

 

Environmental irritants penetrate your skin's outer barrier, leaving you with dry and inflamed skin - symptoms of eczema. (Source: CDC (18))

 

There are, however, ways to REMEDY the symptoms of eczema, which has become a significant market in the skincare industry.

But beware of chemicals and artificial ingredients in over-the-counter eczema products. Many chemicals in your regimen may actually be making your eczema worse!

 

 Click HERE for the BEST, 100% ALL-NATURAL ECZEMA REMEDY.

 

WHY YOU NEED TO TAKE ECZEMA SERIOUSLY

 

Even though eczema is common, and the skin condition on its own isn't fatal, that doesn't mean it should be taken lightly.

For the tens of millions of people who have it, eczema causes quality of life problems, and these problems are only getting worse. (6)

Eczema has been linked to anxiety and depression, and causes people to make changes about what they wear and their behavior when out in public. (7)

 

FUN FACT: Stress increases your body's production of cortisol, which causes skin inflammation. This means eczema contributes to even MORE and WORSE eczema for those who have it! (8)

 

Eczema isn't life-threatening, but the chronic disorder can have life-threatening complications. (6)

People with eczema have experienced bacterial and viral infections because of the damage to their epidermis (their top layer of skin). (9)

Sufferers of eczema are also prone to other unwanted health problems, such as asthma, hay fever, and insomnia. (10)

 

Eczema and The Cold

 

Though eczema can be a major nuisance year round, many people find their eczema (and other skin conditions) worsens in the fall and winter months. (11)

One of the reasons this happens is because when the temperature drops, the air becomes dryer. This cold, dry air dehydrates your skin, and leaves you more susceptible to the symptoms of eczema. (12)

When you take into consideration the fact that eczema is "dry, rashy, and itchy skin" in broad terms by Johns Hopkins Medicine, it's especially important to keep an eye on your skin in this cooler (AND DRIER) air. (13)

 

FUN FACT: Not only does the change in temperature affect sufferers of eczema, but the change in humidity triggers eczema too! (14)

 

Simply wearing gloves or avoiding the outdoors won't help alone. That's because another significant reason for the cold-month flareups of eczema is indoor heating.

Indoor heating makes your house warmer, but also causes the skin to become itchy and prickly, which compounds the symptoms of eczema. (15) (16)

 

Low temperatures and high winds can leave you with frostbitten, dry hands - perfect conditions for eczema flareups. (Source: National Weather Service (17))

 

Indoor heating also dries out your skin and leaves you sweating at the same time, which attracts bacteria to your open wounds and cracks. (15) (16)

Another thing to remember are the layers you wear. Your body's rapid change in temperature makes eczema worse, and can affect you all year long. (12)

 

A New Remedy

 

I know what you're thinking; "Great. It's October. Fall just started. Things aren't going to be looking good for my skin anytime soon."

 

Well don't worry. GARNER'S GARDEN has a new product that will provide relief as we enter the cold months of November and December.

 

Garner's Garden 100% All-Natural Eczema Relief Spray uses the relieving power of raw, unfiltered, organic apple cider vinegar, which alleviates inflammation and contains antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.

 

Our 100% All-Natural Eczema Relief Spray also restores your skin's acidity level, and works for all varieties of dermatitis!

 

 

Here's How To Use It:

 

 

 

And for the ultimate eczema protection, check out our 100% All-Natural Adult Eczema Package, which includes our 100% All-Natural Organic Body Wash, 100% All-Natural Baby Be Gone Eczema Wash, 100% All-Natural Body Butter, and our 100% All-Natural Eczema Relief Spray!

 

 

And for the little ones, check out our 100% All-Natural Kids Eczema Package, which includes our 100% All-Natural Baby Be Gone Eczema Wash, 100% All-Natural Shea Baby Body Butter, 100% All-Natural Baby Organic Body Wash, and our 100% All-Natural Eczema Relief Spray!

 

 

 

 

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Sources:
  1. https://nationaleczema.org/eczema/
  2. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/9998-eczema
  3. https://www.everydayhealth.com/eczema/guide/
  4. https://www.eczema.org.au/eczema-facts/
  5. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/atopic-eczema/
  6. https://www.muhealth.org/our-stories/easing-eczema-why-you-shouldnt-suffer-silence
  7. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6947493/
  8. https://nationaleczema.org/eczema-emotional-wellness/
  9. https://eczema.org/information-and-advice/living-with-eczema/skin-infections-and-eczema/
  10. https://nationaleczema.org/eczema/related-conditions/
  11. https://www.healthline.com/health/skin-disorders/winter-eczema-treatment
  12. https://nationaleczema.org/eczema-in-winter/
  13. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/managing-eczema-in-winter-and-year-round-a-parents-guide
  14. https://www.apderm.com/minimizing-eczema-flare-ups-as-weather-changes/
  15. https://www.healthline.com/health/atopic-dermatitis/extreme-temperatures
  16. https://www.indoordoctor.com/blog/the-link-between-indoor-air-quality-and-eczema/
  17. https://www.weather.gov/safety/cold-wind-chill-chart
  18. https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/skin/default.html

Comments

Victor Scott

Victor Scott said:

I’ll show this to one of my co workers as he suffers from eczema. I’ve introduced him to the spray. But this will give him a better understanding. Tnks GG
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Garner’s Garden replied:
Hey Victor! Thanks for spreading the word! Feel free to reach out and let us know what he thinks!

Victor scott

Victor scott said:

He thanked me and said he would take a look and get him some in the future. It will be a great introduction for him since he suffers from excema
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Garner’s Garden replied:
Hey Victor! That’s awesome. The apple cider vinegar in our Eczema Relief Spray should soothe his symptoms and alleviate his discomfort. Please let us know what he thinks!

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