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Eczema Relief
With Chamomile Traditionally Used in Western Herbal Medicine to Soothe and Reduce Inflamed Skin in Mild Eczema




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Eczema Relief
With Chamomile Traditionally Used in Western Herbal Medicine to Soothe and Reduce Inflamed Skin in Mild Eczema

Serving Type: Cream

Available In Sizes: 60g

Our skin hosts many millions of bacteria per square centimeter, which form the microflora of the skin.1 Healthy, balanced skin microflora forms a microbial shield against undesirable micro-organisms, can help with dry skin conditions and improves the general health of the skin.1

Eczema Relief features chamomile, used topically to soothe and relieve inflammatory skin conditions such as mild eczema, according to traditional western herbal medicine.2 Eczema Relief also includes licorice root used in traditional Chinese medicine to relieve symptoms of mild eczema associated with an excess heat pattern,3 alongside iBiotics™ AU Lactobacillus brevis (DSM 17250) and lactoferrin.

Product Information

Each 1g contains:
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value †
Herbal extracts equiv. to dry:
Glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root 20mg
Herbal extracts equiv. to fresh:
Matricaria chamomilla (chamomile) herb flowering tops 15mg
Other:
Lactoferrin - bovine 15mg
iBiotics™ AU 10mg
equiv. to Lactobacillus brevis (DSM 17250)
0.24mg

Other ingredients: Enoxolone (glycyrrhetic acid) 20mg, Borago officinalis (borage) seed oil, Hippophae rhamnoides (sea buckthorn) fruit oil, shea butter, Aloe vera (aloe) leaf inner juice concentrate, d-alpha-tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), coconut oil, almond oil, purified water, medium chain triglycerides, palmitic acid, hyetellose, cetostearyl alcohol, ceteareth-20, phenoxyethanol, potassium sorbate, glucose, maltodextrin, stearic acid, sucrose, ethanol.

Apply to the affected area twice daily, or as directed by your health professional.

 

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