“I said, it itches!”
Having eczema, especially around others who don’t have can be extremely frustrating. People think your skin just itches a bit… and that it happens for everyone.
And the worst thing you can tell to someone with eczema is, “don’t scratch, it helps”... Seriously? If you know someone with eczema or have it yourself, you understand how frustrating a comment like this can be.
If you have eczema, you’ve likely tried ANYTHING to make it go away - to get just a minor relief. Often without luck, you wonder if just accepting it is the best thing to do.
I don’t know if you’ve tried what I’m about to share with you today, but if you haven’t, I’d say it’s worth a shot!
According to studies, Borage/Starflower oil SHOULD help with dry/itchy/eczema/atopic dermatitis.
This oil hails back over 1500 years for its healing properties and medicinally use.
Today, in the 21 century, it seems to be the little-known but effective remedy to restore moisture and smoothness to dry and damaged skin.
And women in forums are backing Borage seed up furiously, seeing results within weeks of using it.
There are two ways you can use it and both will help:
- Internally as a supplement
- Topically as a cream or oil
As with anything in life, consistency is your number 1 friend here. And just to be clear, I’m not promising miracles — and it may not work for you but science backs up borage oil, and people are seeing significant results from it. You can try it and see if you get similar relief. What‘s the worst thing that can happen, anyway? That nothing changes and you end up exactly where you are now.
The best thing? You can best imagine…
I did a little search, and I found this natural, vegan and cruelty-free cream from ShiKai on Amazon.
If you are looking to get a borage oil supplement, too, search for “NOW borage oil”
Best of luck and report back!