New Zealand Mānuka honey provides natural anti-inflammatory support for healthy skin. These and other curative properties help to provide relief to eczema sufferers.
Eczema is a persistent skin inflammation that can occur anywhere on the body. Also known as atopic dermatitis, it usually affects the hands, arms, backs of the knees, face and scalp. The condition causes dry, itchy, flaky and irritated skin. Scratching makes it worse and causes the epidermis to crack and split, allowing bacteria or viruses to enter, leading to infection.
There are several reports where consumers have found positive relief from the symptoms of Eczema with New Zealand Mānuka honey.The science:
Recent evidence-based research has shown us antimicrobial properties help to protect the skin, which can help cuts, burns, and infections to heal faster. With eczema its the need to soothe rough, dry skin that offer relief.
Honey skincare - a holistic remedy
The Maori have used honey for centuries to promote healing and boost immunity. Now, you can find it in skin cream products sold worldwide. Use honey alone or combine it with a pure carrier oil or other natural skincare ingredients for a home-made Mānuka honey eczema cream. To relieve and repair dry, itchy skin, massage onto the affected area. Leave this mask on for 15 minutes to an hour and rinse off with warm water.The difference between Mānuka and regular honey
Most honey gets its qualities from MGO Mānuka takes it a step further, containing Leptosperin, DHA and Methylglyoxal (MGO) are the essential compounds that set it apart from other kinds of honey. These compounds form the foundation of a highly-respected quality mark, Unique Mānuka Factor (UMF®). Certified UMF® guarantees a range of grades denoting a genuine, unadulterated product with all the associated health benefits.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can honey help with eczema?
These days, more people are turning to natural remedies to treat dermatitis. One study found that Mānuka honey can be an effective in managing the symptoms for eczema. It can relieve dry, itchy symptoms.Is it safe to put Mānuka honey on eczema?
Can you put Mānuka honey on eczema? Yes! Mānuka is a safe, natural product and beneficial for skin health in general.
Try a sample on a healthy patch of skin to check for allergies and assess your tolerance. If your skin doesn’t react, clean the affected area and apply. Leave it on your skin for up to one hour before rinsing off. Always seek medical advice if you’re unsure or wish to use Mānuka honey on children.Can Mānuka honey help with other skin rashes?
Is Mānuka honey good for skin rashes? Clinical trials have shown the positive effects of its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. The high sugar content repels microbes and draws moisture from the environment - dehydrating various human pathogens that cause disease.
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