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Relieve Dry, Itchy Skin Naturally

One of the most common skin conditions is Eczema, affecting 35 million Americans, 60% of whom are infants. Eczema can be a very stressful and frustrating condition, and can make living your daily life challenging and uncomfortable. The intense, frequent itch can cause loss of sleep and days off from work, and many children have to miss school days.

Understanding how Eczema affects so many, including AromaWhips team members, was the motivating force behind developing our Lemon Honey Collection. Natural ingredients were carefully chosen to calm and soothe inflamed skin while promoting cell regeneration to fortify fragile skin.

Lemon Honey Collection (Sugar Scrub, Cleansing Bar & Body Cream) is available for purchase. Click the hyperlinks above for more information and to place an order.

What you need to know about Eczema:

Eczema is a general term for a set of chronic skin conditions caused by inflammation. Atopic dermatitis (AD) is the most common type of eczema, and has been called the "itch that rashes." The general term “eczema” is usually used to refer to AD. The word “atopic” means an allergy that is usually hereditary, and “dermatitis” is defined as inflammation of the skin.

Eczema can vary from mild forms, when patches of skin are slightly dry, itchy and rashy, to severe forms, when patches of skin can be extremely irritated, often leading to cracked, oozing areas. This disease typically has an intermittent course of flare-ups and remission of these symptoms. See your doctor if you believe you have signs of severe eczema.

*Please note: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Allergen warning: Shea butter is made from a tree nut. Please do not use this product if you have a nut allergy.