More Naturals has a wide range of products for many different skincare types and needs. If you have a customer with a specific skincare concern, you can tailor your offering to their needs with the right products. For example, a customer who struggles with acne or eczema can still be catered for. When you have a private-label partner who can assist you with practical, natural formulations aligned with your brand, you will feel comfortable offering products accordingly.
What is Eczema?
Eczema (atopic dermatitis) can make the skin red, itchy, bumpy, or flaky. It can also show up as a combination of signs. Eczema often starts with dry, flaking skin and slight redness before coming out as the complete condition. When highly inflamed, eczema can create scabs or crusts that may ooze or bleed. Like any skin condition, handling sensitive skin with care is crucial. Using clean hands is always best when working with your skin. Try not to touch the area if not completely necessary. Eczema is not contagious, and those going through it should not worry about it spreading to those around them. It’s not always clear what causes the outbreak of this skin condition, but according to the research, food, allergies, stress, and inflammation, all seem to play a part. It could be a combination of factors, but each body is unique, and it is usually a matter of trial and error as you begin to unpack your root cause. As a beauty business, you can support your client through this by making the process as comfortable and dignified as possible.
What Customers Are Looking For
The problem with eczema is that it can damage the skin barrier over time. This makes the skin dry and susceptible to further sensitivity and infection. Your customer will want a skincare product that can provide relief, hydration, and moisture so that you can prevent skin damage. The ability to soothe inflamed, hot, and irritated skin will be a drawcard too. The instant relief from the burning and scratching sensation is vital. A product that will be trustworthy, nourishing, and gentle to the inflamed area will be what your clients need. We have an array of products specifically designed to nurture and heal.
Customers struggling with eczema must be careful with the products they purchase and use. It’s essential to keep the struggles of this client in mind. Eczema is a manageable skin condition, but it can also be highly uncomfortable for someone who has to deal with it. They may feel insecure and could withdraw from social settings. The right product can enhance life on a whole new level.
Products We Recommend
Organic Aloe Vera Eczema & Diaper Relief Gel
The More Naturals Organic Aloe Vera Eczema & Diaper Relief Gel is enriched with aloe vera juice, witch hazel, and vitamins A and C. The natural ingredients work to alleviate inflammation and heal eczema. This product is gentle enough for babies and is instant relief for irritated skin. We also have a list of favorite products for mom and baby over here.
Organic Canola Oil
Organic Canola Oil is another go-to for eczema, inflammation, irritation, and skin infections. The high content of fatty acids soothes the skin and reduced redness. In addition, this oil will calm and rejuvenate irritated skin. If your beauty business stocks or would like to stock essential oils, we list some best-sellers on our blog.
Pink Himalayan Bath Salt
Our customers love the Pink Himalayan Bath Salt as it gently exfoliates, detoxes, and soothes the skin. This natural product combines minerals, magnesium, calcium, and potassium. It is ideal for treating eczema-prone skin, and the salt also helps to lock in moisture. It’s easy to use; pour it into a warm bath, get in, soak, and enjoy! Bath products are always trending. They’re a simple yet effective way to get results while cleansing your skin and relaxing. In addition, you can encourage your community to get started with a sustainable nighttime routine.
Aloe Vera & Jojobaa Botanical Soothing Cream
The Organic Aloe Vera & Jojoba Botanical Soothing Cream is a highly hydrating combination of aloe vera and jojoba oil. The enzymes and antioxidants from the aloe combat inflammation and help to soothe the skin. Jojoba oil is known for its ability to heal and hydrate. The natural extracts work together gently so that you can feel more comfortable even after the first application.
Dealing with eczema on various body parts can be tough on one’s lifestyle. However, including the right ingredients, all-natural, cruelty-free, sulfate-free, mineral-oil, and paraben-free products can help make the journey easier.
So please chat with us, and let’s help you get your clients the correct products to work with their eczema.