Eczema relief

Relief from eczema with Aloe Ferox.

Aloe Ferox offers natural treatments for relieving the symptoms of eczema.Aloe Ferox offers several natural skin care products to help treat the symptoms of eczema. These natural plant based products are formulated to help relieve itchiness, deeply moisturise and help to repair your skin.

Aloe Ferox Whole-Leaf Gel is a natural skincare product for eczema relief, forumulated with active aloe, herbs and oils. Soothing, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, analgesic (pain killing), calming, germicidal, detoxifying and healing.

Aloe Ferox X-Balm with natural ingredients of Aloe Ferox, soothing avocado oil plus healing zinc, camphor and menthol. Apply the Whole-leaf Gel first and follow with the X-Balm. Best used on tougher skin areas for eczema relief.

Aloe Ferox Whole-Leaf Juice is a plant juice with over 130 medicinal agents to help maintain general well-being and optimal vigour. It is considerably higher in iron and calcium than Aloe Vera.

Getting the best results from natural, herbal remedies.

Natural Beauty Care recommends that herbal remedies be used consistently for 3 months to be effective.

If you have tried Aloe Vera in the past to help treat your eczema naturally, please remember that although Aloe Ferox is from the same family as Aloe Vera, Aloe Ferox is 20 x stronger than Aloe Vera.

Please always consult your health practitioner. We never advocate the replacement of medicine with herbal treatments without proper consultation.

Case studies.

Aloe juice has been proven to help ease the discomfort of eczema. There are many case studies, in particular one of chronic eczema in a child.

Taking back control.

There are links between eczema and food intolerance. If you suspect that you may be food intolerant and are already running a food diary but unsure of your findings there are other methods for establishing if you are food intolerant.

Natural Beauty Care have provided a starting block for better understanding common food allergy culprits and some evidence as to what foods may aggravate your eczema symptoms, particularly symptoms in children. Apart from diet, you can take charge of your condition by managing your environment.


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