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    Healthy Life — acne

    Inflammatory Skin Disorders

    Inflammatory Skin Disorders

    What are Inflammatory Skin Disorders?

    Skin inflammation is the external sign that things aren’t quite right below the surface. Dermatitis (atopic and contact) and hives are examples of allergy based skin disorders. Seborrheic dermatitis and rosacea involve skin microorganisms that cause inflammatory reactions and Psoriasis and Acne are also examples of inflammatory reactions.

    How can Inflammatory Skin Disorders be managed?

    Inflammatory skin disorders can be managed both by medicinal means as well as changes to lifestyle factors such as diet and stress management. Many studies have shown that stress reducing actions such as relaxation, meditation and food sensitivity avoidance along with taking the correct supplements can manage these disorders well.

    Atopic Dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin condition affecting up to 20% of children and 3% of adults. Stress and lifestyle factors can play a big part in causing flare ups which is known to disturb the skin microbiome, damage barrier function and alter immune function.  

    Are Hydrocortisone based products safe?

    For years now a quick and effective treatment has been the use of corticosteroids and calcineurin inhibitors. However long term usage of these topical products can also have negative effects such as damaging skin structure, interfering with skin repair and increasing the susceptibility to infections. Which is why it is recommended to only use hydrocortisone based products in short bursts.

    Whilst these topical products can produce good results for the current outbreak they are not getting to the root of the problem. I like to look deep down at the causes and address those to ensure that we can find solutions to the problem below the surface.

    What will treat Inflammatory Skin Disorders at the source of the issue?

    Did you know that Zinc, Vitamin D, Probiotics and Fish Oil have all been proven to have fantastic results in addressing the root source of many inflammatory skin conditions?

    Zinc plays a very important role in the skin's immune function and many inflammatory skin problems are well know to be a result of zinc deficiency.

    Vitamin D receptors in the skins cells aid in the regulation of immune function and decreasing inflammatory skin responses.

    Probiotics have shown very positive results in clinical 12 week trials in addressing atopic dermatitis. This is due to good bacteria balancing the gut biome and enhancing the skin barrier function.

    Fish Oil has also led to reductions in scaling, itching and overall severity in a recent clinical 12 week trial with 31 sufferers.

    I have studied Anti-Aging and cellular issues and skin issues for many years and as a result I have developed the Skin Balance Tonic to get to the root cause of the many skin issues and provide support at its source and the Skin Balance Balm as a topical treatment above the surface.

    Skin Balance Tonic has been developed to treat skin issues at a cellular level. I have combined 8 specific extracts which when combined go to work to restore balance to the skin at the cellular level.

    Skin Balance Balm has been developed as a topical long term daily use cream (unlike harmful steroids). It is certified organic, assists with many types of skin irritations including itchy and inflamed skin, is fantastic for cracked lips, contains antibacterial and anti-fungal oils, is suitable for all skin types and can even be used to treat and reduce nappy rash.


    Skin Inflammatory Disorders are uncomfortable and depending on severity can be absolutely unbearable and debiitating. For severe cases please make sure you seek medical help along with addressing lifestyle factors and some of the vitamin deficiencies you may be experiencing.

    I’m always here to give you specific advice and can be reached from this site via facebook messenger for individual assistance.