Natural remedy for dermatitis
Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is an inflammatory (swelling & redness), relapsing, non-contagious, scaly and itchy skin disorder. It is due to a skin reaction akin to an allergy in the skin. Generally considered idiopathic, that is, without a cause. Although genetic component is suspected.
People with atopic dermatitis often have dry, sensitive skin due to changes in the epidermis, which serves as a barrier to the environment by maintaining the water balance of the skin.
Essential fatty acids (EFAs), such as linoleic and linolenic acid, are important components of the epidermal barrier. Lack of EFAs leads to defects in the epidermal barrier.
Eating essential fatty acids like omega 3 fatty acid helps to keep the skin healthy and nourished. So take your dose of fatty acids to get rid of eczema. Try to consume fruits and vegetables rich in fatty acids like walnuts, flax seeds, avocado. Unless you have allergic reaction, you may also eat fish like tuna, salmon and mackerel. Or take supplements rich in Omega-3 fatty acids.
Why use oils for eczema?
If you have eczema, your skin may not produce as many fats and oils as other people’s, and will be less able to retain water. The protective barrier is therefore not as good as it should be. Gaps open up between the skin cells because they are not sufficiently plumped up with water. Moisture is then lost from the deeper layers of the skin, allowing bacteria or irritants to pass through more easily. Some everyday substances contribute to breaking down the skin. Soap, bubble bath and washing-up liquid, for example, will remove oil from anyone’s skin, but if you have eczema your skin breaks down more easily, quickly becoming irritated, cracked and inflamed.
“I had atopic dermatitis (eczema) all over my body except in the face area. I cannot sleep because of the pain and itchiness all over my body. I took steroids as recommended by my dermatologist, but the itchiness and swelling remained. Then I consulted with Dr. Robert Lim, who recommended that I take Oleia Softgels and apply Oleia Topical Oil on the affected part of my body. A few days after taking Oleia Softgels and applying the Oil, the itchiness, redness and swelling started to subside. Oleia is very effective for skin problems” – Lucy Legaspi
OLEIA Topical Oil contains anti-inflammatory olive oil, moringa oil and other premium oils including cetylated fatty acids (cetyl myristoleate).
Cetylation is a process that makes the oil more bio-available and readily absorbed by the body, hence delivering immediate anti-inflammatory effect for faster pain relief.
OLEIA Oil is safe
Oleia Topical Oil does not contain harsh ingredients like methyl salicylate, camphor and mineral oil.
A clinical study conducted by Dermatologists showed that Oleia Topical Oil is dermal-safe, does not have irritant potential and is well tolerated in local skin treatment of muscle and joint pains.
OLEIA Topical Oil’s anti-inflammatory action is well enhanced with the aromatherapeutic principles of lavender essential oil.
A calming, soothing & relaxing oil, Lavender helps relieve muscle cramps and joint pain. It is also helpful in treating migraine, headache and emotional stress.
Effects of Cetylated Fatty Acid (OLEIA Topical Oil) in Alleviation of Pain in Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Randomized Control Trial, July 2013, Principal Investigator: Joseph L. Lee, MD
With the 3-month study of Oleia Oil on 70 experimental patients, we have noted improvements in their pain tolerance after the continuous medication for the duration of the study. Much so, adverse reactions were nil to none.We therefore conclude that Oleia Topical Oil could be used for symptoms of musculoskeletal disorder. Further study of its longer term effects on different musculoskeletal disorder could open the gates for more topical analgesic ointment useful and beneficial to our patients.
Read full text of Oleia Oil Clinical Trial on Efficacy here.
LOCAL SKIN SAFETY OF OLEIA TOPICAL OIL
Conducted by: Catherine M. Legaspi, MD, FPDS; Concepcion Esto, MD, DPDS; Madelaine M. Palmea, MD, DPCPOleia Oil was compared with 0.09 NaCl solution on dermal safety, as regards photoallergenicity and development of adverse reactions during usage. The 84 panelists showed no significant effect on dermal irritant scoring (p<0.001, Fischer exact test).
The study demonstrated that Oleia, a topical pain relief containing cetylated fatty acids have no skin contact sensitization potentials nor skin photoallergic potentials. The results of the 10-week clinical study did not demonstrate any cumulative irritancy among the 84 volunteers.
Therefore, the utility of Oleia is very promising, as it is mild, well tolerated and safe in the skin. Its dermal effect is comparable to a simple normal saline solution.
Read full text of Oleia Oil Clinical Trial on Safety here.
OLEIA helps in other inflammatory conditions, too
OLEIA Topical Oil is recommended for these conditions, which are all characterised by inflammation:
Having a bottle of OLEIA Oil is like having a medicine cabinet or first aid kit at your disposal, at home, in the office or anywhere you go!
OLEIA is used by thousands of satisfied users for over 8 years.
If you feel Oleia Topical Oil does not help you reduce pain and inflammation in your particular condition, you may send us an email request for a refund within 15 days of receiving the product. You have another 15 days to return the unused product to us, then we shall refund to you the purchase price minus shipping.
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