Latex, Tree Nut, and Oatmeal Free Cosmetics

I am searching for latex, nut tree, and oatmeal free cosmetics for my daughter who has eczema. Any suggestions?

By Angela

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June 27, 20110 found this helpful

About the make-up I have no suggestions. But about the eczema, you might do this go to www.huldaclark.org and purchase some wormwood, cloves, and black walnut tincture in capsule form. Take according to her directions. Also try purchasing a bass bathing (long handle med hardness natural bristle brush) and teach her how to dry brush the infected area but do not use the brush on places that are not infected.

Google "how to dry brush" and you will learn exactly how to do it. It is very healthy for your skin. Removes old dead skin and allows the body to breath and take in more oxygen. If she likes the dry brushing, have two long handle natural bristle bass brushes and write on each with black magic marker, so you remember which one is used on the skin w the eczema.

You also might try Tea Tree Oil. Now this I am not sure of but I think it will kill what is causing the eczema. The first three herbs are for parasites, parasites can be so small they are impossible to see and can even get into our eyes. They are survivors and there is epidemic in the USA.... cats and dogs can help to spread certain ones. The three herbs is a mixture used to kill 100 different kinds. There are more than 1000. I use them several times a year, and I don't have pets. But salad bars, etc, meat. I've actually had worms come out of pork I bought at the grocery store. So one cannot be too careful. Hulda Clark stated when we break out, there is a parasite. She died a few years ago, but her website and followers live on. I believe the eczema is a parasite (tiny) and perhaps the suggested herbal mixture that Hulda Clarks sight has available will help. I am not a doctor. I am not prescribing anything, but am sharing from my own personal experience and what this website has to offer and saying take a look. It might give some relief. How old is your daughter? This also is important so make sure you read what she has on the website regarding how many to take, and how often for the particular age group.

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I will start by seconding the first poster's comments on eczema and parasites. I have had eczema very bad and eliminating the parasites and exposure to allergens helped much more than anything I could spread on my skin. In my case, I am extremely allergic to milk, but also intolerant to soy, gluten, and msg. I have been tested numerous times for all kinds of foods and none of these ever showed up on tests, but dairy gives me an asthma attack and eczema and msg, soy, and gluten cause a variety of other symptoms.

This particular brand of aloe vera gel is an excellent product because it's organic and has very few ingredients in it. It is really soothing to extremely dry, irritated skin. I have tried many products from drug stores for eczema before I got rid of it and none worked as well as this. I have only seen it in health food stores or you can order it online. http://www.naturessunshine.com/us/p ... /aloe-vera-gel-8-fl-oz/sku-1679.aspx

This site will lead you to companies which have allergy free products.

http://www.goallergyfree.com/PersonalCare.aspx?id=1&cat=PersonalCare

Another thing that helped a lot was to get acupunture. It is not painful and in fact, I rarely even feel the needles. They will help to restore the normal flow of energy and stimulate healing throughout the body.

I am not a doctor, so please do not take anything I have said as medical advice. I am simply a person who suffered for years with medical problems and despite taking various prescription medications, never found relief until, out of despiration, I went outside conventional medicine for an answer.

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Eczema is allergy related. Has she had some allergy testing? It could be something that she is eating on a regular basis and thus causing the breakout. If it is indeed an allergy then staying off that product is worth it.

My grandson also has eczema and he cannot eat soy. If he stays off soy he is fine. Keeping him off soy is no small feat since soy or soy oil is in almost every shelf product we eat. We now have to read all the ingredients on all labels.

There is so much junk in our food it is a wonder that most of us make it to old age. I think finding out the cause of the her eczema would be better than trying to find a way to cover it.

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June 28, 20110 found this helpful

My daughter has severe allergies. She found she could use Bare Minerals make up and it actually keeps her skin from breaking out. She is 27 and has been using it for over 7 years.

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