What do you do for eczema rash?
SunGuard gives a UPF protection of 30, active ingredient is an nanotechnology product.
Bemotrizinol is marketed as Tinosorb & is produced in the form of very small particles (nanoparticles), mostly ranging between 100 and 200 nm.
Wavelengths covered: about 280-400 nm, which covers both UVB and UVA ranges; peak protection at 303 nm and 358 nm
The UPF fabrics truly do work, and they are moisture wicking and actually keep you cooler in the sun - hard to believe but true. - bought mine from HK for $10 instead of $80 in the USA. CHeck it OUT! I don't have enough words for a hub - just FYI.
Fast on raw, organic vegetable juices. Apply aloe vera topically and use a miild, drawing clay a couple times a week. Use virgin olive oil as a moisturizer. Five minutes of sunlight daily, if possible. Meditation.
E45 cream it will clear it, I use this myself and swear by it.
EMU OIL. I just bough some for my Daughter and Grandson. It is a money back product. I used to sell lots of it in my herb shop, and the people who bought it sid it was absolutely wonderful. Can't hert to try.
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