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…Hair care was mostly done with the use of essential oils, fruit extracts and herbs that not only make your hair clean and manageable but it also will remedies certain hair conditions such premature baldness in men and dermatitis that is found in the scalp. During modern times, Benxophenone 4 is used to create a physical barrier on each individual hair strand to protect it against the harmful rays of the sun. Aside from this, newly permed and…

…is essential in treating many skin conditions like dermatitis and eczema. Bath products like bubble baths, body washes, body creams and moisturizing lotions may also have Hydrolyzed milk protein as one of the main ingredients. Skin care products with this type of milk protein make skin extra hydrated and less prone to develop allergic skin conditions such as eczema and atopic dermatitis. The use of Hydrolyzed milk protein for hair care products…

…tests have showed that a gel made from fresh flowers is beneficial for the osteoarthritis of the knee. Prolonged use of Arnica Montana flowers in treating damaged skin, such as injuries, may sometimes cause edematous dermatitis and eczema. Higher concentrates applied to the skin may cause the formation of vesicles or necroses. Toxicologists claim that oral use of Arnica Montana flowers is possibly unsafe due to the presence of helenalin, which…

…sanitizers, bath products and moisturizers. As compared to its chemical counterpart Cocamide DEA, Cocamide MEA is milder and has therapeutic effects. Cocamide DEA has the ability to irritate skin and may cause contact dermatitis in people with skin allergies and asthma. The Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel, or CIR, has considered Cocamide MEA to be safe. It is non irritating and may not pose as a risk as a rinse off product. However,…

…dosing of Poria cocos is not yet established; contraindications of Poria cocos with any medication has not yet been determined as well. Ear edema, paw and joint edema have been noted to have decreased in dogs and mice. Dermatitis in small mammals was also treated. The use of Poria cocos for the treatment of cancer is still under research. Recent studies have been made regarding the cancer-fighting capabilities of this mushroom and clinical trials…

…externally does not pose any harm or risk at all. However, it is not recommended to be used for very young children and in babies since it may cause loss of consciousness. Tea tree oil may cause a mild rash or contact dermatitis and this can easily be remedied by decreasing the dose of the essential oil. If you would like to use tea tree oil for its therapeutic properties consult your naturopathic doctor or herbalist regarding the use of this…

…result in intestinal and gastrointestinal upsetting, mild headaches and slight allergic reactions of the skin. If one ingests a large amount of Ginkgo along with several seeds, headaches, diarrhea, vomiting and dermatitis can occur. As it naturally increases blood flow it may increase the effects from blood thinner medications, so be sure to inform your physician if you take Ginkgo and are concerned as to how it will react. …

…hepatitis, allergies, asthma, Lyme disease, aging, ear infections, ulcerative colitis, and fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Beta glucan is also applied on the skin for eczema, dermatitis, bedsores, wrinkles, burns, diabetic ulcers, wounds, and radiation burns. Beta glucan is used in manufacturing as food additive in salad dressings, sour cream, cheese spreads, and frozen desserts. Research has shown…

…lowered blood cell count, body temperature, pigmentation and resistance to infection; increased cholesterol and possible auto-immune disorders; birth defects; thyroid disorders; dilated veins; edema; hair loss; diarrhea; dermatitis, bruising and bleeding under the skin. It helps the body absorb and store iron and sugar (and then releases it to be utilized); it is a necessary component for at least 50 different enzyme interactions in the body.…

…Europe, Africa, and Japan. The Greeks traditionally used feverfew herb as an antipyretic, and is a common treatment for [[Headaches]] caused by a migraine. Extract from the feverfew herb can relieve asthma, arthritis, dermatitis, and menstrual pain. When planted around the house, it can purify the air due to its strong and lasting odor. The blossom can be an insect repellant as well as an insect bite ointment. Feverfew herb may lessen the pain…

…Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This essential fatty acid is also seen as a treatment for skin conditions like eczema and may have the ability to reduce the severe itching and skin inflammation found in severe cases of dermatitis. It has also been applied in the treatment of menopausal symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats and headaches. It can be also used to treat PMS symptoms as well. Osteoporosis is also an illness that can be prevented…

…hair damage, whilst also improving the health of the hair as well. In skin care, products with Isopropyl Palmitate greatly improve the moisture content of skin making it smooth to touch and less prone to eczema and dermatitis. Improving moisture content on skin also affects the skin’s health; skin glows and appears to look smoother, fine lines are reduced and pores appear tight when used regularly. Isopropyl Palmitate is also known to thicken…

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