4 Face Exercises to Get a Natural Facelift Without Surgery

4 Face Exercises to Get a Natural Facelift Without Surgery - If you are looking for natural ways to look younger, to eliminate wrinkles, here are 4 face exercises you can try immediately and 2 video clips demonstration about facial exercises.
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Who needs the pain and expense of a face-lift when you can get the same effect naturally at home? “Exercising the face firms up muscles so skin stays taut,” says Danielle Collins, creator of the 10 Minute Natural Facelift DVD ($15, Amazon.com).”

It also revs circulation so more oxygen and nourishment reach cells to stimulate collagen and elastin production, reducing wrinkles.” Do the following face exercises once daily to look up to 10 years younger by the end of the month!

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Face Exercises Tip #1 – Nix forehead furrows.

Activating the frontalis and occipitalis muscles (which draw the forehead up and down) reverses the deep wrinkles that form above the eyebrows as a result of repetitive facial movements.

Try it: Place your hands on your forehead, fingers facing inward, and spread your fingers between your eyebrows and hairline. Applying light pressure, gently sweep your fingers outward (hands pulling away from each other) across the forehead. Relax and repeat 10 times.

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Face Exercises Tip #2 – Smooth crows-feet.

Exercising the orbicularis oculi muscle (which surrounds the entire eye) strengthens the area to help lessen the look of fine lines and prevent new creases from forming.

Try it: Put your middle fingers together between your eyebrows, then apply pressure to the outer corners of your eyes using your index fingers. Look upward as you squint your eyes, then relax and repeat the process 6 times. To finish, squeeze your eyes shut for 10 seconds, then relax.

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Face Exercises Tip #3 – Diminish laugh lines.

Strengthening the orbicularis oculi muscle (which, in addition to surrounding the eye, runs around the mouth) helps reduce laugh lines and firm up cheeks and jowls.

Try it: Cover your teeth with your lips and make an O with your mouth. Keeping teeth covered, smile as widely as you can; release and repeat 6 times.

Hold the smile (with teeth covered) and place your index finger on your chin. Tilt your head back and move your jaw up and down. Repeat twice; relax.

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Face Exercises Tip #4 – Shrink a double chin.

Firming the platysma muscle (located under the chin) tightens and lifts skin to reduce a double chin and turkey wattle.

Try it: Place your fingers on the top of your neck (just under your chin) and lightly stroke the skin down while tilting your head back. Relax and repeat twice.

Next, place your fingers on your clavicle, jut your lower lip out as far as possible and tilt your chin up as you pull the corners of your mouth down. Hold for 4 deep breaths, then relax.

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Face Yoga – 6 Exercises To Do At Home

For more ideas to look younger, look no further than Wendy Wilken’s Facelift Without Surgery Program. From this program, you will learn

 

  • How to eliminate wrinkles on the face and neck: Forehead lines, eye wrinkles and crow’s feet, smile and laugh folds, nasal lines, fine lines around the mouth and lips, neck wrinkles and creases.

  • Easy facial yoga routines for tightening and lifting sagging face and neck skin

  • Methods to treat unsightly eye bags, dark eye circles and “racoon” rings.

  • How to use yoga to re-sculpture and sharpen the features of your face and neck for a new and better looking

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Gum disease is a common cause of bad breath

Gum Disease Is a Common Cause of Bad Breath - Gum disease occurs just below the gum line by causing the inflammation and breakdown of the tooth's attachment site and its supporting tissues. Although gum disease is a chief cause of bad breath, it is generally treatable by an oral-healthcare professional.
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Bad breath is often caused by gum disease, also known as periodontal disease. In gum disease, the tissues that surround the teeth become infected.

 

Gum disease occurs just below the gum line by causing the inflammation and breakdown of the tooth’s attachment site and its supporting tissues. Although gum disease is a chief cause of bad breath, it is generally treatable by an oral-healthcare professional.

There are two forms of gum disease. Gingivitis is a form of gum disease that affects only the gums, the soft tissue surrounding your teeth. Periodontitis is the more severe form of gum disease. In periodontitis, infection spreads to below the gums to damage other types of surrounding tissue and the bones that support the teeth.

Gum disease is often the result of plaque build-up in the mouth. The plaque build-up that causes gum disease and the accompanying bad breath is generally due to poor oral hygiene, smoking, impaired immune function, and medical conditions such as diabetes.

 

Bacteria cause the formation of oral toxins, which irritate the gums. If gum disease continues to progress without treatment, you can experience substantial damage to your jawbone and gums.

As bacterial plaque begins to accumulate in the mouth, the bacteria reacts with residual sugary particles to make toxins and other chemicals. These toxins cause great irritation to the gums, prompting them to become inflamed and bleed easily upon contact.

 

Over time, plaque hardens into a solid build-up called calculus or tartar, which further irritates the gums and causes them to pull away from your teeth. Bad breath, pain, and discomfort can result from progressive gum disease.

If you are beginning to experience the signs of gum disease, see your dentist. Milder forms of gum disease can be controlled by regular professional cleanings and consistent hygiene at home.

 

For more severe forms of gum disease, your dentist or hygienist may recommend scaling or root planing. Scaling involves the removal of hard and soft calculus deposits from the tooth crown, while root planing removes deposits that have collected along root surfaces beneath the gums. These procedures clear deposits to reduce the inflammation, pain, and odor associated with gum disease.

 

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17 Naturally Soothing Sunburn Treatments

17 Naturally Soothing Sunburn Treatments  -  The best thing to do is prevent sunburn, but even when you do try to protect yourself, you may end up burned anyways. To avoid peeling and get rid of the redness and stinging, here are 17 sunburn treatments that are simple, fast, and effective.
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Sunburn is the bane of summertime, thwarting tans and forcing people to cover up. It can happen at any time of the year though, because it is the exposer to the ultra-violet rays of the sun that cause it.

 

When you’re getting bombarded with UV light, your exposed skin ups its production of melanin. Melanin is the dark pigment in the top layer of your skin (the epidermis) that gives it its color, and also determines how tan you can get.

 

Upping the production of melanin is the bodies’ way of protecting the deeper layers of the skin, and the tan acts as a shield against UV light.

 

However, the amount of melanin produced to protect you is determined by genetics (so people with fair skin produce less melanin and are more likely to burn) and all in all you end up with a natural shield equal to around SPF 4.

 

The best thing to do is prevent sunburn, but even when you do try to protect yourself, you may end up burned anyways.

 

To avoid peeling and get rid of the redness and stinging, here are 17 tips and home remedies for sunburn that are simple, fast, and effective.

 

17 Sunburn Treatments You Can Try

 

  1. Potato paste

 

If you’ve found yourself with searing hot red skin, root up a few potatoes. Potatoes have been known as a pain reliever throughout the years, working particularly well on minor skin irritations and soothing scratches, bites, and burns, as well as possibly reducing inflammation.

 

Some people feel that the juice of the potato works the best, while others feel just slices are sufficient. Try both sunburn treatments tips, and see which one is the best remedy for your sunburn.

 

You will need…
-2 potatoes
-A grater, blender, or knife
-Cotton balls, cotton pads, facial tissue, or gauze

 

Directions
Wash and scrub your potatoes thoroughly, and then either grate them over a bowl or cut them up and put them in a blender. There is no need to remove the peels.

 

If you’re using a blender, give them a whirl until they’ve become quite liquid. If they seem too dry, you can add a small amount of water.

 

Pour out the mixture, soak cotton balls thoroughly in it, and apply to sunburn.

 

An easier perhaps more effective method would be to soak gauze and lay it over the burn.

 

If you’re using a grater, grate the potatoes over a bowl and apply the pulp, trying to get as much juice as possible.

 

You can also try simply slicing the potatoes, and lying the slices directly on your burn.

 

  1. Cool milk compress

 

A cool milk compress is one of the quickest, simplest and low-cost sunburn treatments. It doesn’t get much easier than just heading to the refrigerator for relief-and easy is good when treating anything.

 

The initial coolness of the milk will ease the heat, while it also creates a layer of protein to protect your skin, help it heal, and further soothe discomfort.

 

You will need…
-Gauze or a clean, soft, washcloth
-Chilled milk

 

Directions

 

Pour a bowl of milk high enough so that you can thoroughly soak your compress in it. When the gauze or washcloth is saturated, let the excess liquid drain off.

 

Drape across your burn, pressing gently so that it stays in place, and leave it on for as long as needed. If the milk in the bowl becomes room temperature chill it before re-dunking your compress.

 

  1. Cornstarch/baking soda for fighting burns

 

Cornstarch, with its cool, silky texture, is a good way to naturally soothe your sunburn. Like milk, it is one of those things that you probably have lying around your house regardless of whether or not you planned on sizzling out in the sun.

 

If you don’t have cornstarch, try some baking soda for quick relief. Both  sunburn treatments can diminish the pain and lessen the blazing red appearance of the burn.

 

You will need…
-Cornstarch or baking soda
-Cool water

 

Directions
How much cornstarch or baking soda you need will vary depending on how big of an area you want to cover.

 

Whichever one you are using add cool water-not cold- little by little until it has reached a paste-like consistency.

 

Smear the paste gently over your burn and leave on until the heat or pain has let up some. Rinse off completely.

 

  1. Drink up

 

Sunburn is a burn. It sounds like stating the obvious, but we often don’t think about the fact that we really, truly, seared our skin. As with any other thing that burns your skin is dried out, and your body is probably dehydrated too.

 

Keep a tall glass or bottle of ice cold water on hand at all times to make sure you’re keeping yourself full of H20, which is necessary to heal your damaged skin.

 

  1. Cool off with mint & tea

 

Mint naturally cools and soothes whatever it touches, and sunburns are no exception. The tannic acid and theobromine found in green tea also helps relieve pain and heal damaged skin when applied topically.

 

You will need…
-1 quart of boiling water
-5 green tea bags
-3 cups of fresh mint leaves
-Cotton pads or a clean soft cloth

 

Directions
Bring 1 quart of water to a boil. Remove the strings and tags from the 5 tea bags and add them, as well as 3 cups of fresh mint leaves, to a pan.

 

Pour the boiling water over the mint leaves and tea bags and cover with a lid, letting is sit for approximately an hour so you can get all the good stuff out of it. Strain and then chill.

 

When the mixture has chilled thoroughly, use cotton pads or a clean soft cloth soaked in the liquid and apply directly to the burn. You can also pour it over the burn if you wish.

 

If you find yourself without green tea you can substitute black tea, which also contains tannins.

 

  1. Indulge in some aloe

 

Aloe vera gel is many peoples go-to when they have sunburn. It’s cool, soothing, and seems to suck the sting and redness right out of your sunburn.

 

Because aloe is useful for a number of other ailments (such as acne or heartburn) it’s handy to have a plant growing in your house. They’re easy to maintain, free from any additives, and you won’t have to keep running out to buy more from the store all the time once it’s big enough.

 

If you would really rather prefer not having the plant, getting some good quality aloe vera gel from the store is the next best thing-it’s also more practical for treating larger areas.

 

You will need…
-An aloe plant with thick, juicy, leaves
-Enough store bought gel to cover your burn

 

If using the plant, slit several big leaves down the middle, not cutting all the way through. Spread them flat, and lay on your burn. You can also squeeze the gel out.

 

If you’re using gel that’s already been extracted, apply however much you need to your sunburn. The plant is usually more practical when treating smaller areas, while the purchased aloe gel is easier to spread over a big burn. A combination of both works as well.

 

  1. Season with vinegar

 

Vinegar has been part of family lore for literally hundreds of years. While there is no official research done on how it helps sunburns in particular, there are a vast amount of people out there who swear up and down that vinegar helps heal sunburn, or mildly burned tissue in general.

 

Pure unfiltered apple cider vinegar seems to work the best, and often times proponents of this method say is most effective after a cool or tepid shower.

 

You will need…
-1 cup roughly apple cider vinegar
-a spray bottle (optional)
-Cotton balls or something similar for application

 

Directions
Try this after taking a water only shower if possible. Fill a spray bottle with pure unfiltered apple cider vinegar, and spritz it onto your burn, or soak cotton balls and apply. Let it dry.

 

  1. Wash it with witch hazel

 

Witch hazel is a staple when it comes to healing a number of ailments and maladies. Witch hazel is a plant, but only the leaves bark, and twigs, are used medicinally.

 

Witch hazels contain chemicals called “tannins” which, when applied to directly to the skin, can help reduce swelling, repair damaged skin, and ward off nasty bacteria.

 

You’ll most likely find witch hazel in a distilled liquid extract form, which simply distilled from the dried leaves, bark, and twigs of the plant. It may also be called witch hazel water.

 

You will need…
-3 tablespoons of witch hazel, approximately
-Cotton balls or a clean soft cloth

 

Directions
The amount of witch hazel you will need will depend on the area of the burn you want to cover. Pour the necessary amount into a bowl, and soak cotton balls or a clean cloth in the liquid.

 

Dab on just enough to cover the burn-it doesn’t need to be dripping off. Reapply as needed for pain.

 

  1. Take a bath with the Quaker guy

 

I should specify that I mean add oatmeal to a bath, and the one with the nice looking fellow wearing a hat tends to be the one most people have. That being said, any plain rolled oats will do.

 

The polysaccharides in oatmeal will coat and heal your skin, while the water cools you down and keeps your skin hydrated and moist.

 

Make sure your bath is tepid, or slightly on the cooler side. Cold water will seal off pores and your body will want to trap heat. The burn is hot enough that tepid water will still soothe it.

 

You will need…
-Roughly 2 cups of rolled oats, uncooked
-a clean tube sock

 

Directions
Fill a clean cotton tube sock with uncooked oatmeal and tie off the top. Make sure the top is really cinched off; otherwise the oatmeal will leak out and float around.

 

Run a bath full of tepid water, only a little on the cool side if you feel even tepid is too warm. Toss in the sock and let it soak for a few minutes before getting in the tub.

 

Squeeze the out the sock to get all the healing goodness, and repeat every few minutes. The water will get cloudy, and your skin may feel somewhat slick-which is a good thing. Let yourself air dry, or pat dry gently with a clean soft towel when you’re finished.

 

Note: Don’t linger for hours, as a super long soak may dry out your skin more in the end.

 

  1. DIY burn cream

 

Whipping up a cream to soothe your sunburn at home can be easy, provided you have the right ingredients. Not surprisingly, this cream contains water, witch hazel, aloe vera gel, mint leaves, and baking soda, all of which relieve sunburn for various reasons.

 

You can experiment by adding or subtracting other helpful ingredients to find out what works best for you.

 

You will need…
-1 tablespoon of witch hazel
-1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel
-2-4 teaspoons of baking soda or cornstarch
-1-2 cups of fresh mint leaves, or 1 teaspoon of peppermint oil
-2 tablespoons fresh, clean, water

 

Directions
Put 2 tablespoons of fresh water, 1 tablespoon of witch hazel, and 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel, in a small mixing bowl. Stir together and then cover, letting the mixture blend and infuse for 2 hours. After 2 hours, add 2-4 teaspoons of baking soda or cornstarch, and 1-2 cups of roughly chopped fresh mint leaves.

 

If it seems too runny add more baking soda or cornstarch slowly, or if it’s too thick, add small amounts of water slowly until desired consistency is reached.

 

Transfer to a jar or similar container with a tight fitting lid, and store in a cool dark place for 24 hours to let the cream fully infuse. You can than apply as needed.

 

Making some ahead of time and keeping it in the refrigerator ensures you always have a handy cream to heal any sunburn you get during the hot summer months.

 

  1. Don’t get burned

 

This had to be listed at some point-the best way to treat a burn is to not get burned in the first place. Forget about getting a ridiculous tan a.s.a.p. and apply some sunscreen. You’ll darken your skin gradually, and in a much healthier way.

 

  1. Use plain yogurt

 

Live cultured plain yogurt contains an abundance of probiotics and enzymes that help heal our skin. When you find yourself red and sunburned, it can help you recover faster. Make sure it’s truly plain yogurt, not vanilla, and that it has probiotics.

 

You will need…
-1/2 cup or so of plain live cultured yogurt

 

A half cup of plain yogurt should be sufficient to treat facial burns at least, but feel free to use more if you want to cover more area.

 

Wash your hands and apply cool yogurt directly to your burn, and let it sit for at least 5 minutes. When the pain has subsided, gently rinse it off with cool or tepid water.

 

  1. Avoid suds

Do not soak your burn in soapy water, or take a bubble bath. Soap can dry out and irritate your already irritated skin.

 

If you want to soak or submerge it, do so in a cool or tepid bath. When you’re done, pat yourself gently dry with a clean soft towel (be sure not to rub.)

 

If your skin feels tight or dry afterwards, apply aloe vera gel or a similar moisturizer.

 

  1. Double check your meds

 

Various antibiotics, creams, pills, and antifungal medication can make you ultra-sensitive to the sun. When I was treating my acne I would awe people with how I functioned in spite of my sizzling red my skin (if you count taking 30 minutes to pull on clothes functioning.) The medications I was on made me extremely sensitive to sunlight, and I burned after about 10 minutes outside.

 

Check with your doctor or read the side effects of your medications if you find yourself getting burned easier and on a more frequent basis than usual. It could be that you have to use a little extra protection if you’re compromised due to medicine.

 

  1. Apply, reapply

To get the most out the SPF (sun protection factor) of your sunscreen, apply it 30 minutes before you even go outside. Don’t neglect sensitive areas like your ears, the back of your neck and shoulders, and the backs of your legs and arms.

 

If you’re sweating or swimming, reapply as needed. Don’t get too big for your britches when you’ve been cooking yourself on the beach all day and haven’t gotten burned.

 

A sunburn doesn’t truly set in until 24 hours after sun exposure, and chances are you’ll be feeling the consequences of not covering up later.

 

  1. Watch the clock

 

While it would be impractical to advise people to stay indoors during the prime hours of the day, keep an eye on what time it is. The sun is the most powerful, and damaging, when around its highest point.

 

Between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm is when it’s at its strongest, so make sure you’re being wise about how you expose yourself.

 

  1. Cool it, cucumber

 

Instant relief-that’s what a cucumber is to scorched skin. Not only is a cool cucumber soothing to the burn simply because it is cool, but its antioxidant and analgesic properties promote healing and further relief from discomfort. You can apply it in a couple of ways, but however you do it, the swelling, redness, and pain should diminish soon.

 

You will need…
-1 or 2 fresh cucumbers, chilled
-A blender or a knife

 

Directions
If you’re going for mainly quick pain relief, slice up a chilled cucumber and lay the slices on your burned skin. Flip the slices when the first side heats up, like how you flip a pillow to get the cool side up.

 

For a longer lasting effect, chill 1 or 2 cucumbers and toss them in a blender to create a paste. Feel free to add in some aloe vera gel or cornstarch if you want it a little thicker.

 

Also watch this Video HERE to learn about other sunburn treatments

 

Sunburn is the perfect case of “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” That being said you’ll still get burned from time to time, no matter how diligent you are.

 

Sunburn is also a great example of an ailment you can treat at home, without needing a bunch of special creams. On top of that, home remedies for minor sunburns are generally easy to whip up, and usually cost little to nothing.

 

Also, forget racing to get a tan, the long term effects just aren’t worth it. Be patient; protect yourself from harmful rays, and rest assured knowing that when you get older you’ll radiate a healthy glow that can’t be beat, no matter what color your skin is.

 

By Claire Goodall (a bee-obsessed natural-convert from Minnesota) who is a holistic health lover. She is the author of Everyday Roots Book.

 

It’s a Book that she creates to help you replace the toxic products and medications in your home with healthier, all-natural alternatives.

 

It contains 215+ effective home remedies and covers everything you will need to protect your family and save money every month.

 

For more details about her book, take a look at the Everyday Roots Book.

How to Treat and Get Rid of Eczema?

How to Treat and Get Rid of Eczema? Those suffering with facial eczema understand the constant struggle to treat eczema, beat it and the frustration of how to get rid of eczema, not to mention the acute embarrassment of dealing with stares and questions regarding the unsightly rashes and scars. Here are some expert tips on how to get rid of eczema for good.
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Some Ways to Treat and Get Rid of Eczema

 

How to Get Rid of Eczema on the Face

 

Those suffering with facial eczema understand the constant struggle to treat eczema, beat it and the frustration of how to get rid of eczema, not to mention the acute embarrassment of dealing with stares and questions regarding the unsightly rashes and scars.

 

Facial skin is highly sensitive and easily bruised and scarred. Having eczema rashes on the face can have intense itching, which often makes scratching almost unavoidable.

 

Below are some expert tips on how to get rid of eczema for good.

 

Seek professional help. A dermatologist should be seen if the condition is bad enough to warrant the use of medication but there are remedies, to treat and beat eczema, which can be used at home with the approval of your dermatologist.

 

Avoid allergens and irritants. The best and most effective way to treat and get rid of eczema is reduce the irritants or root cause, if it known. This will help lessen the symptoms.

 

Avoid harsh and highly abrasive cleansers. Facial cleansers, exfoliates and some creams and lotions may aggravate the skin causing itching, redness and burning.

 

So be aware when choosing facial products and learning how to get rid of eczema. Abrasive cleansers strip the skin as moisture, cause irritation and/or allergic reactions.

 

Use gentle soap. Opt for cleaners for sensitive skin or use glycerine soap. Oatmeal is a great exfoliator to treating and learning how to get rid of eczema. Use oats that are grounded to a powder and used as a moisturiser with a mixture of with rose water or witchazel.

 

Use moisturizers. Moisturise the face while it is damp, ensuring that it contains no fragrance, dyes and is perfume and alcohol free. Other ingredients in cosmetics cause irritation to the skin are alpha-hydroxy acids, glycolic acid, benzoyl peroxide, retinol, salicylic acid and alcohols.

 

To treat and beat eczema for infants and children, it is good to use aqueous lotion or cream to cleanse and moisturise facial skin.

Avoid excessive use of makeup products.  To treat and learn how to get rid of eczema, keep make-up to a minimum and choose those made for sensitive skin.

 

Avoid acidic food products and sources. Foods with a high acid content irritate eczema on the face, around the mouth, e.g. eating sliced oranges. One great advice in learning how to get rid of eczema is cutting down acidic food into bite size pieces and use gloves when cutting or slicing.

 

Limit sun exposure. Avoid direct sunlight and apply sunscreen when you do spend time in the sun.

 

Use soft water. Hard water is another irritant and adding a water softener helps in lessening the irritation thus helping to treat and beat eczema.

 

How to Get Rid of Eczema on the Arms

 

There are no quick fixes when it comes to learning how to beat eczema but every sufferer would be grateful to have the itchiness stopped and the patches disappear.

 

Use prescribed treatments. Medications such as hydrocortisones used on a short-term basis help but as a long term treatment can cause thinning of the skin. Emollients are more advisable as they help reduce symptoms and heal the skin by locking in moisture.

 

Avoid harsh chemicals.  When learning how to get rid of eczema, natural products are safer as they contain fewer chemicals reducing fewer opportunities for a reaction.

 

Wear soft, comfortable clothing. When eczema has affected the arms, it is best to wear clothing that is loose fitting and ensure that the fabric is not thick or scratchy or woollen.

 

Moisturize. Use creams and lotions which moisturise and apply them on damp skin to lock in moisture.

 

Apply topical creams. Cortisone creams can be applied to the rash on the arms to alleviate itching. Soaking in a lukewarm tub with Burow’s solution or oatmeal helps dry out the rash.

 

How to Get Rid of Eczema Scars Naturally

 

When eczema has been a lifelong struggle, scars from the lesions tend to appear on different parts of the body, including the face and arms.

 

The lesions are a source of real embarrassment for the sufferer especially when they are on open areas such as the face, neck or scalp.

 

Scars and marks can occur when lesions are scratched continuously and also due to extremely dried up and cracked skin long with untreated swellings.

 

Eczema scars have different characteristics such as shape, size and colour which are all largely dependent on the acuteness of the skin disorder.

 

Superficial scars that are brought about by excessive scratching appear as white to light pink scars and deep scars are caused by blisters appearing red or brown.

 

The good news is that there are ways to prevent, treat and heal and of course learn how to get rid of eczema scars. Prevention as they always say is better than cur.

 

The methods outlined below will help prevent the likelihood of unsightly scars.

 

Clean skin. Keep skin fresh and spotless since infection can set in during the scratch and itch cycle. Eczema tends to weaken the uppermost surface of skin and constant and excessive scratching causes the skin to break. Airborne infection can then set in.

 

Prevent infections with timely treatment. Infection causes wounds to remain open longer, thus increasing the risk for infection and scars develop as the body produces rubber-like collagen in order to fill the lesion. This causes the formation of scars.

 

Use Vitamin C and E. To help treat and beat eczema scars, the use of topical Vitamin C is advised as it promotes the development of fresh skin cells. It brightens the skin tone allowing the scar to subtly fade in with the natural skin tone.

 

A Vitamin C compress made at home and applied to scars by soaking a clean piece of cotton cloth in concentrated lemon juice and applying to the scars helps to treat and beat eczema cars.

 

Try exfoliating the skin before applying the treatment. Vitamin E lotions and creams are also effective learning how to get rid of eczema.

 

Hydrate skin with shea butter. Shea butter is great for keeping the skin hydrated. Regular application can help the skin actively revitalize and reconstruct the skin, thereby effectively assisting in the treat and beat regime as well as in learning how to get rid of eczema.

 

Use Baking soda. This common household item is perfect as an exfoliant for skin as it helps remove scarred and dead skin cells. In fact, it can be used prior to the use of a Vitamin C or E compress.

 

Create your very own homemade scrub using baking soda by simply mixing in 3 tablespoons of baking soda along with a single tablespoon water to produce a pasty mixture before applying it into the area with scars.  Use circular movements when rubbing the paste in for about 2-3 minutes before rinsing.

 

Scar treatment creams can be purchased and used but ensure that they are made from natural ingredients and no chemicals are included which cause irritation to the skin. Learning how to get rid of eczema naturally is the best method to treat and beat eczema until a cure is found.

 

You can also watch a Video HERE to learn how to get rid of eczema naturally.

 

By Fay Spencer who is the author of 14 Days Eczema Cure which offers many ideas on how to treat eczema within 14 days by using readily accessible natural products and applying them in the right balance.

 

The 14 Days Eczema Cure is a comprehensive and holistic approach to curing eczema. This means that it is safe, natural, effective and 100% drug free. This will help to cure your eczema for good without any side effects which can happen if you use those expensive medications, potions or steroids.

 

For more information on the 14 Days Eczema Cure, click HERE.

 

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Ignatia has been valued since ancient times for relieving stress and pain due to its calming effects on the nervous system.

 

This natural, homeopathic remedy comes from the seeds of the St. Ignatius bean, which are found on the Strychnos ignatia tree common to the Philippines and other parts of Southeast Asia.

 

Named for Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit missionary order who discovered it in the late 1600s, it has been part of the Materia Medica, the most comprehensive book of homeopathic medicines, since the early 1800s.

 

“Homeopathic Prozac:” 8 Top Benefits of Ignatia for Relieving Stress and Pain

 

Today ignatia is commonly known as “homeopathic Prozac,” as it’s highly useful for treating emotional conditions and challenges (although traditionally ignatia was also used to treat headaches, coughs, sore throats and menstrual problems too).

 

It’s most beneficial for emotional disturbances, with one study showing homeopathic remedies containing ignatia lead to “substantial improvement in psychological and psychosomatic symptoms” in women. Foremost, ignatia is known to benefit emotional conditions such as:

 

  1. Anxiety
  2. Grief
  3. Poor mood
  4. Hysteria
  5. Shocks
  6. Disappointment
  7. Insomnia due to grief or worry
  8. Menopause-related emotional disturbances

 

One of the most revealing studies of ignatia came after a construction disaster in Israel. Injured patients were given homeopathic remedies including ignatia, depending on their type of anxiety. One day later, “most patients reported a lessening of pain, 58% felt improvement, 89% had reduced anxiety, and overall, 61% felt that homeopathic treatment was helpful.”

 

Further, in an animal study, it was further proven that homeopathic ignatia modified some emotion-related symptoms in mice without impairing their mobility.

 

Interestingly, homeopathic remedies including ignatia were also found to significantly decrease the frequency, severity and duration of migraine attacks in children, as well as benefit the treatment of oral lichen planus, an autoimmune condition that causes lacy white patches in the mouth.

 

It is because of ignatia’s noted benefit to relieving emotional distress, allowing your muscles to relax, as well as calming nerves and relieving stress that can lead to tight shoulders, that we also included it Rub on Relief, our all-natural, safe and incredibly effective pain relief cream.

 

But ignatia is only one of the remarkable ingredients in Rub on Relief. It also contains seven others, which you can read about in detail here.

The scientific community has been reporting for decades on the benefits of the all-natural pain relievers found in Rub On Relief:

 

  • Alternative Medicine Review
  • American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
  • British Medical Journal
  • European Journal of Clinical Investigation
  • Journal of Nutritional Health Aging
  • Journal of the American Medical Association
  • Journal of Rheumatology
  • New England Journal of Medicine … just to name a few!

 

Rub on Relief is so effective that people have reported their pain suddenly dropped from a 9 to a ZERO on the pain scale after use (and one pain-stopping ingredient in Rub on Relief has been shown to work 100% of the time on everyone who used it!).

 

Works Better Than OTC Pain Relievers …

 

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