Eczema and PsoriasisAnna Rósa2021-02-08T16:19:23+00:00
Based on your answers, we recommend that you avoid foods that inflame, check your stress levels and keep your skin well moisturized daily.
Anna Rósa has been working with eczema and psoriasis patients in her clinic for over 30 years and has found that there’s a lot of food that can irritate and affect your health. Nowadays everyone agrees that sugar is bad for you and we find it especially bad for inflamed and itchy skin. Anything that can damage your gut can also damage your skin and it pays to stay away from processed food which can easily inflame the gut. Anna Rósa often eliminates dairy products and gluten for at least a month to see if it will benefit those with eczema and psoriasis.
Stress will affect your health and skin and chronic stress can seriously damage your skin and contribute to skin disorders. Anna Rósa’s patients with eczema and psoriasis almost always relate the condition of their skin to how they feel and how stressed they are.
It’s essential to moisturize often with eczema and psoriasis. Anna Rósa’s magic formula for helping to ease the pain and discomfort of these skin disorders has been to apply Bliss Healing Balm in the evening and morning and Divine Healing Cream 3-6 times during the day. Both of those creams are in the Ultimate Healing Value Set.
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