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Eczema won't win this season

Updated: Oct 13, 2021

Treatment For Dry and Eczematic Skin

Excessively dry skin is often associated with a skin condition known as Atopic Dermatitis, which may also be referred to as eczema. This condition promotes skin redness and itchiness, which is a big inconvenience, but when it is present on the face, it can also lead to aesthetic concerns. The hydration promoting and anti-inflammatory properties of The Hydro-Defense Serum allows it to be used as an effective treatment for Skin dryness and Atopic Dermatitis.

GLA, which stands for Gamma Linoleic Acid, is the main active ingredient found in the Hydro-Defense Serum. It is primarily a polyunsaturated fatty acid-containing omega-six atom and an 18 carbon atom. It is found in natural sources, including human milk, Onagracea seeds, Borage Seeds, and Rubaiacea plant family seeds along with their oils.

It has a number of benefits for the body, which include the treatment of skin conditions like Eczema, Sclerosis, and Psoriasis. It may also be used for certain joint conditions like Rheumatoid Arthritis due to its ability to suppress pain, swelling, and morning stiffness often associated with the condition. Moreover, it may also be used for other conditions like Polyps of the mouth, Cardiac Conditions, Hypercholesterolism, and metabolic syndromes like Syndrome X.

Studies have found Gamma Linoiec Acid to also be effective for mental health other than its therapeutic effect on one's physical health. It does this by improving the symptoms of ADHD, different forms of Depression, including Postpartum depression and Chronic Fatigue syndrome.

This the Hydro-Defense Serum was further investigated in a study that showed immense improvement of skin irritation and dryness amongst the participants. Moreover, individuals who were affected with mild eczema also saw a visible improvement in their skin condition within 24 to 27 hours. However, those with severe eczema experienced a slightly longer healing time.

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