Diet can play an important part in eczema breakout. Lactose and whey are best avoided, they are present in lots of food e.g. dairy products such as milk, cheese, yoghurt. If possible substitute with soya or goat’s milk products. Please remember to consult your doctor or a diet specialist before changing your diet; also introduce any changes gradually so you don’t upset your digestive system.
Pumping yourself up with optimism in the morning can give you a jump start on your well being. Starting out with a positive attitude can make a world of difference to help you greet the day. Here are a few tips to get yourself healthy and ready for a great day.
Wake up early:
Wake up at time that will allow you to get ready, have a healthy breakfast and prepare yourself for the day. Starting your morning with only 10 minutes to get ready because you stayed in bed to long can be very stressful for your body, your skin, your mind and your mood. Join here to receive our newsletter for free
Sleep is a very important process when it comes to our continuing health. It is a natural restorative cycle that allows the body to rest and properly regenerate itself, so that it can continue to function appropriately.
There are a great number of physical benefits associated with proper sleep. If you want to receive the full Claude & Celeste why not join our Exclusive Member Club it’s free and you will receive a 10% discount for a year. Join here
Argan oil, has been use by Moroccan people for centuries to soothe eczema, now available in the UK it’s a very good alternative to chemical products, it can use on children of any ages, since it’s natural.
Argan oil can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, strengthen elasticity, protect against stretch marks, and improve your skin’s overall health and vitality. Recognised as a fundamental element in cosmetic care, argan oil is now being used in several beauty products.
Researchers who have completed extensive studies identify the benefits of argan oil and strongly recommend its cosmetic use. Argan oil is a rich, nourishing and moisturizing skin food containing no artificial colouring, perfumes or preservatives to irritate the skin.
Argans’ anti-ageing properties, due to high levels of Vitamin E and saponins (which soften the skin) are well documented. It helps to reduce wrinkles by restoring the skin’s water lipid layer and it also cools and soothes inflammation. Its anti-oxidant properties contribute to the neutralization of free radicals, particularly useful in the polluted Western hemisphere. It helps cool skin that has been exposed to wind and the sun and also protects it in cold weather.
Traditionally used in Morocco to soothe dry eczema, chicken pox scars, acne and psoriasis, it can also help to reduce scarring and prevent stretch marks. Argan oil does not clog the pores as it is thoroughly absorbed and assimilated into the skin.