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Why does eczema itch

Why does eczema itch

The body is an amazing how it works.
i have dedicated much of my life learning the reasons why our body does what it does. This helps me to figure out how to create my skin care products best to work for you and of course my family.



hi kay here from eco see to skin by
sarinen and organics and today i'm talking
about all things eczema
why is eczema so itchy, why
it is so red and why does it swell up
a few little basics of what is eczema so
eczema is actually a form of
many many types of eczema out there and
it's really important to find out what
type of exema you do have and what's
the cause of it there are many causes, there are a
few main ones like
dna so hereditary
the outside exposure to the environment
so it could be dishwashing powder that
sort of thing quite common and then
there is also food allergies and there's
also which is quite interesting there's
been a lot of research lately
about an autoimmune
disease linked with eczema
no matter what
the cause is the same thing happens
inside the body and that is
is detected by the body it sends out
white blood cells and these white blood
cells are actually delivered by a
histamine and the histamine
is what causes the itchiness the redness
and the swelling okay the white blood
cells are there to gobble up um the
and unfortunately it can gobbling up
your skin like the fats in your skin the
protein in the skin
skin's actually got three layers so it's
got the very top is the epidermis the
middle layer is the dermis and the
bottom layer is the hypodermis
the epidermis
is the protective coat you know that's
what you see here it's quite rough
it's quite robust it's stopping all
those infections and the viruses coming
into the body the bacteria is coming
into the body
it's protecting that dermis and the
dermis is like the engine room of your
skin is where everything's happening
but it needs that protection if it
doesn't if that protection breaks down
then the dermis is left exposed and
that's when all sorts of problems happen
and so these white blood cells are
breaking down the fats
and that's what causes the dryness and
the flakiness of the skin
so we really want to
that epidermis layer and that's what we
can do
at home in our own kitchen
so with loads of beautiful ingredients
um so i've got lots of tips and a few a
couple of diy
treatments too that are coming up


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