TERRA-TORY Fresh Carrot Soap & Eczema Management
Carrots are a healthy additive to a salad, smoothie or healthy snack that have been told by our parents to eat so we can "good eye-sight". While all this is true, carrots have amazing benefits that contribute to skincare and wellness altogether.
Eating carrots is a great way to combat eczema as well as using it on the skin. This bar has been known to bring relief from chronic itching caused by eczema, psoriasis, rashes, and general skin irritation.
Eczema is a chronic disease characterized by red, swollen, itchy skin. Your symptoms can also appear as blisters that turn into scaly rashes or thick, dry skin patches with scales.
You can't "catch" eczema, but it is a common condition, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, affecting over 15 million Americans
Medications and lifestyle steps, including eating an appropriate diet, can help minimize your symptoms. Carrot juice offers numerous benefits for eczema-affected skin. For best results, seek guidance from your doctor or dietitian.
Suggestions For improved eczema symptoms, the "Doctor's Guide to Natural Medicine" recommends consuming 10,000 IU of vitamin A per day -- the amount found in less than 1/4 cup of carrot juice or about 1/3 cup of boiled, sliced carrots.
An overall nutritious diet can help reduce inflammation. Optimum foods include nuts and seeds; cold-water fish, such as salmon, halibut and mackerel; whole grains; and vegetables and fresh fruits, unless you have a sensitivity.
So we decided to create a soap that can uphold all the big talk about carrots and harness the benefits into your daily skin routine improving Eczema management by getting extra added nutrients. Like popping a "shower vitamin".