Neurodermatitis/eczema/itchy skin

Anyone who suffers from neurodermatitis, also known medically as atopic dermatitis, knows what it means to want to get out of your own skin. Severe itching, extremely dry skin and atopic eczema, especially on the arms, hands, face and also on the scalp, sometimes affect life immensely.

Neurodermatitis is a genetically predisposed and hereditary autoimmune disease that appears in episodes and whose first onset usually occurs in infancy or childhood, as the immune system is not yet well developed. Scientists suspect that a weakened immune system can lead to hypersensitivity to atopic diseases such as neurodermatitis. Whether neurodermatitis actually breaks out in the case of a hereditary predisposition, however, is probably also influenced by other factors, such as contact with allergens (such as detergents, wool or synthetic fibres, nuts, tomatoes, etc.), infections with viruses, bacteria or fungi, climatic conditions (neurodermatitis attacks or a first outbreak most often occur in autumn), the psyche or mechanical stimuli such as clothing or intensive contact with water. All these factors can continue to trigger atopic dermatitis flare-ups in atopic dermatitis patients.

Large skin lesions with dry patches that are tight, rough to the touch and begin to flake off after a few days are typical of the disease. Due to the severe itching and the disturbed skin barrier, secondary skin problems such as inflammation or eczema can occur, which may also be accompanied by scarring.

Soothe irritated skin with argan oil

Neurodermatitis experts recommend natural care for the relief of neurodermatitis symptoms with Arganim Argan Oil. It not only relieves itching on the skin and scalp, but also provides dry skin with plenty of moisture and healthy fats.

This retains moisture in the skin and strengthens the skin barrier so that secondary inflammation and eczema subside. This is also shown by the latest research results. Argan oil is one of the most valuable and richest vegetable oils in the world and has a unique combination of nourishing, soothing and bioactive ingredients such as vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids (linoleic and linolenic acids), all of which are ideal for the care of dry, sensitive, irritated, itchy and neurodermatitis-plagued skin and its accompanying symptoms such as the typical redness and eczema that occur during the course of the relapses. Argan oil also reduces scarring and keeps the skin elastic. Argan oil brings yet another benefit: It has a cooling effect, which also takes away the pain of the sore skin.

Important to know: 

–  Neurodermatitis patients should use pure, cold-pressed argan oil and it is best to discuss the use of argan oil with their dermatologist in advance.

–  For people with very sensitive skin or babies with neurodermatitis, the condition of the skin may possibly worsen at the beginning of treatment with argan oil, which is why only a small amount of argan oil should be used at first. Once the oil shows the desired effect, the dose can be maintained or increased.

More tips:

– If you or your child suffer from neurodermatitis, it is advisable to replace clothing made of wool or synthetic fibres with clothing made of pure cotton. In addition, garments should not be too warm and not too tight.

– Full baths in a bathtub should rarely happen, if then only in lukewarm water and in combination with back-greasing additives.

– In general, avoid excessive sweating, stress and stuffy air (ventilate often! Lots of fresh air!)

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