Zemadol: A wholesome approach to eczema care
Atopic Dermatitis is most commonly found in children, though it occurs in adults as well. The disease is highlighted by the appearance of incredibly itchy areas of skin manifesting in red and inflamed rashes, scaly patches, and other physical blemishes. Eczema can be very painful as itching persists – continuous scratching may result in breaking the skin, bleeding and possible scarring. Eczema most commonly appears in the knees and elbows.
Eczema is different from psoriasis since it is brought on by skin irritants, such as detergents, as well as by allergic reactions to dust, food and other allergens. This larger inflammatory picture shows that eczema (also referred to as AD) maintains similarities to asthma as both as an inflammatory and autoimmune disease.
The active ingredient is Colloidal oatmeal which supports the skin with a coating layer of polysaccharides which soothes and calms the irritated skin. This is supported with extracts from the Cannabis Sativa with high amount of Cannabidiol. Its carefully designed formulation protect affected skin from numerous triggers of this condition, that aggravates the symptoms.
Liposomes are used in modern medicine but are likewise important for skin care. Since there are many layers of human skin, liposomes allow for greater coverage of affected areas on a superficial and deeper level.
How to use Zemadol
We recommend using Zemadol 2-3 times daily by applying a thin amount of cream to patches of irritated skin. Avoid coming into contact with freshly injured skin and do not use near the eye and under-eye area. Thoroughly cleanse the skin before applying this product.
There are no side effects expected. However, if redness, burning sensation and rash occurs, discontinue the use and consult with your physician or health care provider.
Saftey and precautions
If you are allergic to any of the product ingredients( see detailed information). Especially those allergic to grasses (Poaceae) should avoid the use of Zemadol. Gluten and /or Soy intolerant individuals should consult their personal healthcare provider prior to use. Oatmeal contains Gluten and Lecithin is made out of Soy.