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y should. When this happens, old skin cells are unable to shed quickly enough. This results in patches of inflamed, silvery scales on the surface of the skin. Although psoriasis is most common on the elbows, knees, and scalp, it can also occur on a person’s legs and trunk as well. Eczema is slightly more common than psoriasis. Although the term eczema is often applied to any itchy skin rash, it is most commonly used to describe atopic eczema. This skin condition occurs when the immune system goes into overdrive and reacts to allergens that come in contact with the skin. The most common symptom of eczema is a red, itchy skin rash. Cures for Psoriasis and Eczema Unfortunately, there are no true cures for psoriasis and eczema. Sufferers of these skin conditions may find some relief of symptoms with different prescription and non-prescription creams and medications. Many times, however, these treatments are either ultimately ineffective or contain irritating – or even dangerous – chemicals or toxins. Using Rhassoul clay and Argan Oil for skin conditions, on the other hand, may be a much better solution for many people. Studies have shown that using rhassoul clay for skin is completely safe, as it contains no dangerous chemicals. It is also considered to be completely hypoallergenic, so most people will not suffer from further irritation when using it. In fact, most people that use Rhassoul clay and Argan Oil for skin disorders, such as psoriasis and eczema, notice a relief from symptoms almost immediately. Rhassoul Clay and Argan Oil for Skin Disorders: How it Works The way rhassoul clay for skin disorders works is relatively simple. First of all, the rhassoul clay particles are negatively charged ions. If you remember your middle school science classes, this means that positively charged ions are attracted to them. As it so happens, many irritants and dangerous microorganisms are positively charged. This includes toxins, allergens, bacteria’s, and viruses. Rhassoul clay for skin is also very porous and absorbent. Because of this, the positively charged ions that are attracted to the clay are absorbed by it as well, thereby eliminating them from the body. How to Use Rhassoul Clay for Skin Disorders For immediate relief of symptoms, it is recommended that you use rhassoul clay for skin topically. To do this, make a thick paste of Raw Beauty mineral clay and water. It is best to use distilled water for this, as it is completely sterile with no chemicals or other irritants. Slowly add a little distilled water at a time when making the paste. Paste that is too thick will not spread easily over the skin, and paste that is too runny will not stick to the skin well. For the best results, the paste should be the consistency of soft peanut butter. You can then spread the rhassoul clay for skin paste over the afflicted areas and allow it to sit for several minutes, or wrap the infected area with cling firm and leave for an hour for a real healing treatment. Adding rhassoul clay for skin to a warm bath once or twice a week can also help alleviate the symptoms of psoriasis and eczema. What to Expect When Using Rhassoul Clay for Skin Disorders Most people find that using rhassoul clay for skin disorders topically brings almost immediate relief of symptoms like itching. However, your condition may appear to worsen during the first several weeks, as the old skin sheds and the new healthy skin begins to take over. For best results use our virgin, organic, Argan Oil as a moisturiser daily. Argan Oil deeply hydrates the skin and with its natural anti bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties it helps to soothe itchiness, and relive the symptoms of psoriasis and eczema. For more information or to buy rhassoul clay and argan oil please visit my website www.rawbeautyonline.com Categories Female Beauty Products Male Beauty Products My Cart Cart is Empty Signup for our newsletter Email Address : Click here to unsubscribe Home | Site Map | Terms and Conditions | Contact Us | How to Enable Cookies Powered by UK2 (Domain Names, Web Hosting, E-commerce, Dedicated Servers)

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