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Eczema: A story from our TastyFace family.

Posted by Kelly Ross on

From Marica (our esthetician expert consultant) about her daughter:

"Going to bed the other night, my daughter, Avery said, "OH YA, I forgot to do my face!"

My seven year old who has battled such severe eczema every winter...has ZERO sign of it now. Her nightly ritual is the TFO healing serum blended and warmed in palm with our rosemary aloe toner. She happily spreads the potion on her typically dry face and uses any excess on her arms. She gets the "grown up" feeling fulfilled of applying something "cosmetic" to her skin.  And I warm in the delight that my baby is applying topical nourishment and doing so willfully! And has had no eczema flair-ups."

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So what is eczema exactly?

Eczema is also known as atopic dermatitis, or atopic eczema. Eczema is a chronic skin condition in which the skin becomes itchy, reddened, cracked and dry. The cause of eczema is unknown, but believed to be a combination of genetic and environmental factors.  With unknown cause, the treatment can be challenging. 

Kids typically have time on their side, and will outgrow eczema (and many skin conditions),  but some need extra help to relieve discomfort.  Some cases are so bad that the skin cracks and bleeds!  Ouch!  Our healing serum is a lovely solution - all the way gentle enough for their sensitive skin.  And it feels amazing to have them excited about it rather than forcing on an icky prescription!  

Marica has tried everything (she's an esthetician, people!)  Including waiting until Avery falls asleep to apply potions because A hates the smell and consistency of most products. Now she likes knowing which serum is "hers". And takes charge!

Here's the wisdom of Miss Avery:  "I really like your friend Kelly's product. I think I should order some stuff and give her some business."  Spoken like a pro.  So cute. I'm so happy she has something that provides her comfort!  Thanks for sharing this, Marica!
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