This article provides great tips for those who are suffering from chronic itch: http://inspiyr.com/chronic-itch/Read More
Regardless of the underlying cause, itch evokes the behavior of scratching which increases inflammation and stimulates nerve fibers, leading to more itching and scratching. People suffering with eczema and other chronic problems understand this cycle better than most. Kiss My Itch Goodbye provides relief from not only the itch associated with eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis, it also allows the skin to repair itself.Read More
While many of us assume we not have allergies associated with the food we eat, frequently the additives in foods cause skin problems. This KMIG article in Whole Foods Magazine, “The Ultimate Taste Test” provides guidelines for tracking problems to diet which will allow us to make decisions about the products we buy and consume. http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/blog/ultimate-taste-test-listen-and-look-your-skin-not-your-tongueRead More
Additives, artificial flavoring, and many other items frequently found in foods have been linked to allergic reactions, many of which result in skin rashes and outbreaks. Whole Foods Magazine has just posted an informative piece from KMIG that provides a better understanding of an issue that concerns all of us: http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/…/chain-reaction-your-cup…
KMIG is very excited to be featured in the Whole Foods Magazine. The focus of this article, “Awareness and Action: Identifying the Chemicals and Toxins Responsible for Chronic Skin Conditions” highlights the impact of chemicals in our environment and the potential harm they cause to skin. Enjoy the article (http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/blog/awareness-and-action) and please leave a comment with Whole Foods at the end of the piece.Read More
We don’t often give this much thought, but please keep in mind that chemicals can be absorbed by the skin. More and more data is appearing that links perfumes and cosmetics that contain formaldehyde to dermatitis, chronic itch, rashes and blisters. It is very important to know exactly what is in the products you use daily from cosmetics to cleaning products.
Photo – Allen Richon (January 2015)