blog — rash

Rash Cream Uses (from acne to stress)

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Simply Soothing Rash Cream contains zinc oxide, known as the best and most effective ingredient for righting rash.

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Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and Natural Skin Care

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Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and Natural Skin Care

1 in 4 Americans have reported symptoms related to chemical sensitivity. How do you shop for natural skin care products that are safe for the skin? MadeOn Skin Care has ingredients that are safe, even edible: beeswax, shea butter, coconut oil.

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Wedding Ring Dermatitis: Is it a nickel allergy or a simple skin irritation?

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Wedding Ring Dermatitis: Is it a nickel allergy or a simple skin irritation?

A MadeOn customer, Leah, wrote to tell me that she found the cause to her eczema in the form of something unexpected:

"Renee,  I wanted to mention an eczema trigger that a lot of people don't think about. It's the one I figured out was mine and since I removed it from my environment, my eczema has improved about 90%." 

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Lichen Sclerosus, Eczema, Allergies and Your Skin (There's Hope!)

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Lichen Sclerosus, Eczema, Allergies and Your Skin (There's Hope!)

While Angela gets to the root of the lichen sclerosus, eczema and allergies, she's found some relief from MadeOn Skin Care's products: 

"Your Bee Silk stick is the only thing I can use that clears up and relieves my lichen sclerosus. I use your foot rub on my cracked heels and toes. I use your soothing rash cream for both my kids who suffer from eczema and dry skin. I use your Bee Silk on just about every part of my body to help with eczema and dry/scaly skin. We use your bug block sticks and lip balms as well. I love your products for the relief they have brought me and my kids."

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Know the Ingredients in your Lotion [and how they affect you]

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Know the Ingredients in your Lotion [and how they affect you]

What skin care ingredients should you avoid? For one, WATER. Find out why water in your skin care can actually be making your skin worse.

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