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SoothEez Body Cream

SoothEez Body Cream

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Comes in a 2 oz, 4 oz or 8 oz glass jar


Shea butter, extra virgin olive oil & sweet almond oil infused with oatmeal, milky oats, chamomile, nettle leaf, and ginger root With vitamin E oil, castor oil and Clary sage essential oil

About SoothEez Body Cream:

This is Hand currated herbal infused body cream designed for sensative skin and eczema. Although it's just a glorious body cream for anyone. Containing specific herbs to target nourishment & inflammation while soothing and moisturizing. Read further about these hand picked ingredients

Shea butter:

research suggests that shea butter may have anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties that could help treat eczema symptoms. Shea butter is made up of triglyceride fats taken from the nuts of the African shea tree. It’s been used in the cosmetic industry for years because of its antioxidant, anti-aging, and anti-inflammatory characteristics. Shea butter is a type of natural emollient. It works by creating a protective barrier over your skin to help retain moisture. This helps reduce transepidermal water loss, which is when water leaves your skin.


In dermatologist practice, oatmeal is recommend for sensitive, allergy, or eczema-prone skin. It is an excellent moisturizer with skin healing, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and itch-relieving benefits.Oats recover the eczematous skin by moisturizing, restoring the skin barrier, reducing itching, and regulating inflammation.

milky oats:

milky oats contain more than triple the amount of potassium, calcium, magnesium, and iron than ripe oats. In fact, milky oats is one of the best herbs high in magnesium. Milky oats are the potent, unripe pod of the oat plant, however, the whole plant is considered medicinal,


The benefits and healing properties of Stinging nettle (Urtica Dioica) are widely acknowledged, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, as well as being a remedy for allergies, this wonder herb is perfectly positioned to help relieve the symptoms of eczema. a nettle infused cream, applied directly for a punchy powerful concentration of this herb’s goodness.The healing and anti-inflammatory properties of the nettle will work directly on the affected area, soothe itchiness and nourish dry skin.


a delicate and daisy-like flower known for its calming properties, holds a treasure trove of active compounds that contribute to its remarkable effectiveness in soothing skin conditions like eczema. Among these compounds are flavonoids, terpenoids, and essential oils, each playing a pivotal role in chamomile’s anti-inflammatory and healing prowess. Chamomile boasts a rich content of flavonoids, a class of plant compounds celebrated for their potent anti-inflammatory properties. Among the most prominent flavonoids found in chamomile are apigenin, quercetin, and patuletin. Scientific studies have revealed that these flavonoids work synergistically to suppress the production of inflammatory molecules, thus alleviating skin inflammation associated with eczema. Moreover, their antioxidant activity helps neutralize harmful free radicals that can otherwise contribute to skin damage.Terpenoids, another group of active compounds abundant in chamomile, contribute to its wound-healing abilities. Bisabolol and chamazulene are notable terpenoids known for their skin-calming effects. Bisabolol, in particular, exhibits antimicrobial properties, aiding in the prevention of infections that could potentially worsen eczema symptoms. 


Not enough room to tell you about ginger! Just an amazing herb all around very beneficial for skin and inflammation

Castor oil:

Castor oil can help moisturize the skin, reduce irritation, and ease eczema flare-ups.Castor oil is a vegetable oil with a rich fatty acid profile. It primarily contains ricinoleic acid and other minor fatty acids such as: linoleic, stearic, palmitic, oleic. The specific benefits of castor oil for eczema symptoms are as follows: Soothes irritated skin: Castor oil contains natural antioxidants such as tocopherols, which gives it its anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it helpful in providing a protective barrier against skin irritation during an eczema flare-up. It enhances smoothness and softening. Controls excessive skin growth: As with psoriasis, eczema is a skin disease characterized by keratinocyte hyperproliferation. Castor oil has antiproliferative properties and can help manage accelerated skin cell growth. Provides pain relief: While the hallmark symptom of eczema is itching, this can lead to pain and inadequate sleep. Castor oil has pain-relieving properties that can ease discomfort. Kills bacteria and promotes wound healing: It is common for people with eczema to experience cracked and broken skin, putting them at risk of skin infections. Castor oil has antimicrobial and wound-healing properties that can help kill bacteria and promote accelerated skin healing.

I can keep going but I stop there haha  thanks for reading if you made it this far!


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