If you are in this section, chances are you, or someone you know, has eczema or psoriasis. These are chronic conditions that leaves your skin dry, itchy and almost always leaves a rash.
Shea butter has been the best aid in treating eczema for centuries now because of its deep moisturizing abilities and also its other healing properties. It is an anti-inflammatory, which soothes your skin when rashes are formed, antiseptic, because it protects your skin from bacteria, and by keeping your skin constantly hydrated and moisturized.
We recommend Lu blu (lavender) since lavender is notorious for keeping your skin calm and also Tao, as Frankincense will help your skin recover after a series of rashes, scars, and in some cases bleeding.
How to use: Squeeze a few drops of the oil into the affected area on damp skin and massage gently for a few minutes or until oil dissolves into the skin.
*Tip: Apply oils preferably nighttime or anytime your body is at rest or anytime pain or itchiness persists for maximum results.
Apply regularly and not just when your skin feels dry. It’s IMPORTANT that you apply oil when your skin is damp and not dry. The dampness will allow oil to penetrate into your open pores to seal moisture.