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    Rosacea Treatment and care

    Treating your Rosacea with Grahams

    Rosacea is a chronic vascular disorder affecting the facial skin and eyes; often is characterized by a chronic cycle of remission and flare. Regardless of disease severity; there are cosmetic consequences for the patient including flushing, redness, telangiectasia (appearance of red blood vessels on the skin surface), papules, and/or pustules. Because there is no cure for the disease, management consists of the avoidance of disease triggers and the use of both prescription and over-the-counter products that work in concert to achieve remission, prevent flare, and camouflage disease manifestations such as flushing and redness.
     

    Keeping the skin soft

    Moisturising is important in order to maintain the softness and elasticity of the skin, and therapeutic moisturisers devoid of irritants are important adjunctive therapy in rosacea management. A large proportion of rosacea patients have dry skin, and some topical rosacea medications can cause further drying and irritation. Moisturisers formulated with a combination of emollients and humectants are recommended to help keep the skin intact to either repair or prevent skin barrier dysfunction. Furthermore, moisturising dry skin lessens the itchiness and irritation that rosacea patients often experience as a part of their condition. Of course we would always recommend our natural moisturising lotion!
     

    Known irritants

    The facial skin of patients with rosacea is often hyper irritable compared with that of healthy patients. Use of non irritant emollients helps to improve barrier function and provides a physical barrier to the ingress or irritants and trigger substances;as well as redressing symptoms of dryness. Several common skin care ingredients have been identified as rosacea triggering agents; these include astringents (ethanol) alcohol, witch hazel, fragrance, menthol, peppermint, eucalyptus oil; each of these are volatile agents that are likely to strip lipids and exacerbate trans epidermal water loss. Other reports indicate that benzyl alcohol (a known skin irritant) contributes to irritation and flare up.
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    Control those pesky flare ups

    Perfect to control those flare ups that seem to occur. I feel much better about using a natural product rather than cortisone creams

    Only thing that works for our baby’s eczema.

    We tried it all. I mean everything that was chemical free that would help our baby’s eczema. At her last appointment the pediatrician said we may have to try steroids. We didn’t want to do that. When I came across this product I knew I had to try it as a last resort. We’ve been using it for 2 months and her eczema is basically resolved. We went from applying moisturizer 5-6 times a day, to 1-2 times a day.

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    Mega Oil
    Alesjandra R.
    Great product

    This is treating the internal causes of skin disorder eczema you will feel better taking this in time I notice the difference in one month for me in my skin

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    Scalp Relief Care Pack
    Alesjandra R.
    Dry scalp

    This product has help me so much my scalp was so dry and flaky once I started using this product my scalp didn’t feel dry and my hair feel so soft I also is the Graham’s conditioner

    Great product for eczema

    Really help out with my eczema I have try everything that I can use for my eczema in California and nothing help I would still feel dry with all the lotion and cream I was using but now I use the oil and cream and my skin doesn’t feel dry and feel good on skin I also use the body wash and mega oil