Are you tired of dealing with eczema flare ups during the warmer months? In hot weather, sweat can cause heat rash and make eczema break outs much harder to manage. We know how miserable and irritating it can be dealing with inflamed, itchy skin which just seems to keep getting worse. But don't worry, we've got you covered! Here are some natural solutions to help reduce eczema and skin flare ups in the hot weather.
1. Keep Skin Moisturised & Protected
Moisturising is crucial for managing eczema and preventing rashes, especially in warm weather. We formulated Skin Rescue with natural oils to both provide a protective barrier to prevent skin drying out. It also contains naturally anti-inflammatory and ant-itch herbs including Calendula, Gotu kola and Chickweed, to promote healing. Skin Rescue contains only 100% natural ingredients and no fragrance so it is suitable for all skin types and can be used in even the most delicate places.
"My son is quite sweaty and developed this horrible rash from his nappy. We tried tons of creams from the pharmacy but nothing was really helping. I tried some Skin Rescue on it and noticed the following morning that the rash was much less inflamed. One week later and it's almost completely gone! I will keep putting Skin Rescue on it to hopefully prevent it coming back. Such a great product and highly recommend if you're struggling with a rash!!" - Kristin
2. Stay Cool and Hydrated
One of the best ways to prevent eczema flare ups is to keep your body cool and hydrated. Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated and maintain healthy skin and prevent it drying out. Avoid hot showers or baths as they can strip your skin of its natural oils and worsen eczema symptoms.
3. Choose Breathable Fabrics
Wearing the right clothing can make a big difference in reducing sweat and managing flare-ups during warm weather. Opt for loose-fitting, breathable fabrics like cotton or bamboo. These materials allow your skin to breathe and reduce the risk of irritation and flare ups.
4. Avoid Triggers
Identify and avoid triggers that worsen your eczema symptoms. Common triggers include certain foods (often dairy and wheat), stress and allergens. By eliminating or minimising exposure to these triggers, you can reduce the frequency and severity of flare ups.
Don't let eczema and skin flare-ups ruin your summer fun! By following these natural tips, you can keep your skin healthy and minimise flare ups in warm weather. Remember to stay cool, hydrated, and protect your skin with natural herbs and oils from our Skin Rescue balm.
See what some of our lovely customers are saying about Skin Rescue...
"Skin Rescue lives up to its name. I suffer Dermatitis mainly hands, and has made a massive difference with healing and help the dryness. I feel this product adds a barrier to my skin. I certainly recommend this product to people with skin conditions or just because it is so nice and spreads well." Robyn
"I bought this for my sons dry skin and my own, I wanted something natural. This hit the mark and then some. We saw overnight results and I’ll definitely be buying more." - Hannah
"I have had contact dermatitis and sensitive skin on my hands since I was a teenager and this is by far the best product I have used. And I’ve used a lot!
It also healed a rope burn on my daughter’s shoulder that she sustained a few months ago, which nothing else was working to ease. I highly recommend this product and now want to try everything else in the range!" - Michelle