Dry Flaky Eyelids - Your Face & Neck TheraCream Worked In 3 Days!

by Shelley

Hello, I would just like to say thank you for your amazing Face & Neck TheraCream which arrived a few days ago. I bought it to try and combat dry, flaky eyelids that were puffy, red and itchy. I knew the dangers of steroid creams on the eyes but nothing else was touching the condition, which also made my eyes pour when outside even if there was only the lightest breeze. In desperation I searched the net for a solution and luckily stumbled across your website via a forum and, although I must confess without much expectation, gave your product a go! To my surprise it has taken just 3 days using your cream around my eyes morning and night (and a little more than that on the first day only) to restore them back to normal. Amazing!

I was dreading my son's wedding at the end of the month thinking I would have awful looking eyes in all the pictures - so I am now happy to see that the skin has completely calmed down, stopped flaking and the puffiness and redness gone. Glad I found you - great stuff!

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Sigmacort 1% On My Eye Lids

by John
(Australia)

Hi,

My name is John, and I have had eczema - red flaring on my eye lids and around the eye for a while. The doctor prescribed to me Sigmacort 1% cream during some of the flare-ups. I have placed a heap of this cream on the eyelid and surrounding area for about 1-2 nights.

I had researched some of the side-effects of the cream, and I am now quite afraid of the consequences. since I have applied too much for a short period of time (total of 7 applications being spread out on numerous flare-up occasions).

Does anyone think I should be worrying?

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by: Nanette From Skin-Remedies.com

Hello John,

Eczema around and on the eyelids can present a very large challenge not only health wise but in day to day responsibilities as well. You mentioned applying Sigmacort 1% cream on your eyelids in rather large amounts. First let me explain for our website viewers that Sigmacort 1% is a hydrocortisone acetate cream that should be applied sparingly and with limited the number of applications. Hydrocortisone is a corticosteroid and prolonged or heavy doses of hydrocortisone may have an immunosuppressant effect and thus decrease resistance to infection as well as mask signs of it. Further, the possibility of systemic absorption exists, particularly if an occlusive dressing is applied.

An itching or burning sensation may be experienced when using Sigmacort 1%. Also know that adverse dermatological effects are most likely to occur in facial areas during or after usage. Atrophy of the epidermis, subcutaneous tissue and dermal collagen; drying and cracking or tightening of the skin may occur. Epidermal thinning, increased fragility of cutaneous blood vessels, pupura and atrophic striae are also reported.

Other adverse dermatologic effects of topical corticosteroids include acne eruption, irritation, itchiness, rosacea-like eruptions on the face, dermatitis, burning or stinging sensation, folliculitis, and hypopigmentation.

Being a firm believer in natural remedies, I would only recommend health building ingredients for the skin and especially for the very sensitive eyelid area. The 2 products I absolutely recommend are: our FACE & BODY MOISTURIZING WASH and our FACE & NECK THERACREAM, to be used morning and night. You may also apply the face cream anytime during the day as needed for the first few weeks. These products provide anti itch and anti inflammatory properties and will begin healing and repairing the skin 7 layers deep and will bring back the balance and restoration to your eyelid area.

Please keep me posted on your progress John. Also, please note that we refer all of our International customers to our sister website at: www.aim2health.com where you can order all of the same products as are available on this website.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Pregnant With Bad Eyelids - Dermatitis

by Wendy
(Sydney, NSW, Australia)

Hi,

Some 12 months ago my eyelids became very dry and sore. I used a very basic moisturizer from the chemist and it went away. It came back about four months ago but the cream didn't work. The eyelids got worse and puffed up so much that I couldn't see. I was given a low potency cortizone cream and it went away. A few weeks later it came back. A dermatologist gave me a stronger potency cream - Eleuphrat 0.05%. it went away and now some weeks later it's back again. I'm also 6 weeks pregnant. I don't want to keep using the cream, I know it's bad for my skin, it jut masks and doesn't fix and I'm worried about what to use when pregnant. Please help me. Wendy Armstrong.

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by: Nanette From Skin-Remedies.com

Hello Wendy,

What you are experiencing from steroid use is called the "rebound effect" where the condition comes back and many times the symptoms are worsened. You should also know that using any type of steroid cream can produce side effects such as thinning and discoloration of the skin, easy bruising, permanent dilation of certain blood vessels, burn marks on skin, liver and kidney damage and a weakened immune system. Recent studies further reveal changes in the shape or location of body fat (especially in your face, neck, back, and waist), increased acne or facial hair, menstrual problems and impotence. So it is very wise that you have stopped using these steroid creams and wiser yet since you are now pregnant!

Further, most over the counter products can actually increase the skin's dryness levels because they contain mineral oil or other petroleum based by products. These ingredients have NO usefulness to the skin nutritionally and in fact, the molecules are too large to even pass the pores of the skin so the cream just sits on top and literally suffocates these pores thereby causing further dryness and damage.

I have two very natural and deep penetrating products that I highly recommend to you. Use them daily! First, what you wash with is so very important and I can't emphasize this enough. The majority of products on the market today are loaded with harsh, drying ingredients that strip the natural PH of your skin leaving it further vulnerable to the effects of the environment. Use our gentle and pure FACE & BODY WASH that will deeply cleanse and moisturize your skin even before you apply cream. This is an important feature since your cleanser should leave you with a plus moisture level and not a minus moisture level!

Next you will want to apply our FACE & NECK THERACREAM twice daily focusing on the upper and lower eyelid areas (it would also be beneficial to apply the cream on the entire face). This rich cream penetrates all 7 layers of skin to restore much needed moisture from the bottom up to the very skin surface. The dryness symptoms will dissipate as balance begins to be restored. Both of these products are formulated with skin nurturing ingredients that repair, restore and replenish natural moisture levels in the skin.

Please keep me posted on your progress Wendy as you begin your new regimen.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Scalp Very Itchy/ Swollen Eye Lids

by Lana
(Ontario Canada)

Hi Nanette

I am 43 years and my scalp is very itchy and I actually scratch the scabs till it bleeds. The doctor has given me a cream to apply Fucidin. Is there any shampoo that I should be washing my hair with?

Also, my dermatologist advised that I have
adult Atopic Dermatitis around my eyelids that are
red, puffy, dry and itchy and she gave me 1% cortosone and hyderm. I'm worried because it is so close to my eyes.

Lana

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by: Nanette From Skin-Remedies.com

Hello Lana,

When the scalp gets that itch and scabby, it becomes exceedingly challenging to NOT SCRATCH! You said your doctor gave you Fucidin which is a cream containing fusidic acid which for our website viewers, I will say can have side effects and harmful risks in the use of this drug. You also mentioned being given some hydrocortisone cream for your eyelids....my suggestion to all these topical drugs is to use only natural products on your skin! Just as the body responds to wholesome foods, the skin responds to health building ingredients.

I will give you my recommendations for your scalp condition and for your Atopic Dermatitis around your eyelids.

For your scalp:

1) At night before bedtime, rub in our specially formulated therapeutic DOUBLE STRENGTH THERACREAM into the parts of the scalp affected. This double strength formula is all natural and penetrates the thicker skin of the scalp deeper and faster. And most especially in your case, you will greatly benefit from its tremendous anti-itch properties. Allow the cream to absorb overnight into the 7 layers of scalp tissue.

2) Next, wash your hair and scalp with our HERBAL SHAMPOO TREATMENT which is hypo-allergenic and filled with nutrients. These 2 products, together, will unpack dry damaged cells to the deepest part of the scalp and restore much needed moisture and regain a healthy balance once again.

Once your scalp condition is repaired you need only use the HERBAL SHAMPOO TREATMENT to keep your scalp healthy and problem free.

For your Atopic Dermatitis around your eyelids:

The 2 products I absolutely recommend are: our FACE & BODY MOISTURIZING WASH and our FACE & NECK THERACREAM, to be used morning and night. You may also apply the face cream anytime during the day as needed for the first few weeks. These products provide anti itch and anti inflammatory properties and will begin healing and repairing the skin 7 layers deep and will bring back the balance and restoration to your eyelid area.

Please keep me posted on your progress Lana.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Face & Neck TheraCream Helped My Red Itchy Eyelids

by Mark

Just a quick note to tell you how happy I am with the Face & Neck Theracream! This is the first moisturizer that has helped my red, itchy and swollen eye lids in quite a few years, without exaggeration. I have been applying it a couple times a day for only 3-4 days and I have seen a big improvement already. I am so much more comfortable "in my own skin" than I have been and it is such a relief. I had cream from the eye doctor that was very strong and I did not like using it on a frequent basis. Your cream has helped to prevent me from having to use the strong stuff that I don't want to use. Many thanks! Mark

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Itchy, Flaky, Swollen Eyelids

by Rebecca
(UK)

Hi,
I have just found this website as I am at the end of my tether with my itchy, flaky, swollen eyelids :-(

I have seen the before and after pics and they do look impressive, but believe me, they are NOTHING compared to mine at the moment. Today (21st Nov 2013) I have woken up to extremely puffy, peeling/flaking skin on my eyelids that I have had to put a cold eye mask on just to reduce the swelling. Not a good look and have had to resort to hiding behind my glasses now for weeks. If your cream does what you say then I will be ordering, but being a tad sceptical I need to see results!!

My "condition" started in July 2012 when I am sure that applying false eyelashes for a party kicked it off. It was never bad then, just annoying. From December 2012 onwards it has been a nightmare. Have been seeing my doctor regularly since May/June 2013 and have tried Doublebase cream, Epiderm cream, Steriod eczema cream (I have had very mild eczema since childhood), Vitamin E tablets, Anithistamines, Aveeno wash and cream and I am still getting bad flare ups.

I have not changed fabric softener as my children have sensitive skin to changes, I eat a healthy diet, I don't smoke and I drink a small amount of wine each week. I have kept a diary and it's not hormonal (I'm 43) and I now just want to hide away.

I have been referred to a dermatologist at my local hospital now but this is not until 10th December and I will look hideous for the Christmas period!!

Any ideas before I place an order and how long will it take to be shipped to the UK??

Desperate sufferer........

Becky xx

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Itchy, flaky, swollen, red eyelids!!!
by: Becky

Hi Nanette,

Thanks for your comment. I ordered your products yesterday after reviewing posts by others. At this stage I am desperate for something to work so hoping that the shipping does not take too long to the UK!!

I will certainly keep you posted on progress, good or bad. I have some very red, swollen, flaky BEFORE shots already so I am hoping that the AFTER shots will be a dramatic difference!

Regards
Becky x

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by: Nanette from Skin-Remedies.com

Hello Becky,

I can certainly understand how frustrating it can be dealing with symptoms on your eyelids and not to mention the need to "face the world" while dealing with such. While some symptoms are generated due to systemic causes it sounds like you have pinpointed the set off time and cause of your particular symptoms. I want to share first that any product that contains petroleum and mineral oil in any form is going to act as an occlusive not allowing moisture in as the molecules of petroleum are much too large to pass the pores and basically sit on top of the skin(in a sense suffocating it after a while). Further, steroidal creams can produce a "rebound effect" when one stops using them in which the symptoms may return worse than before starting the cream. Also, steroids carry many potential side effects while additionally weakening the immune system. I would highly recommend first cleansing with our gentle yet thorough All Over Face & Body Wash followed by a careful application of our Face & Neck TheraCream twice daily. The body/skin truly responds to health building ingredients and patience and consistency will bring about very good results.

Please keep me posted on your progress Becky.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Cracked Red Burning Skin Under My Eyes

by Theresa
(USA)

I ordered your face and neck cream because I was having problems with the area under my eyes and I was amazed. For a couple of months I had been suffering with dry cracked red burning skin. The first time I put on your cream I was amazed. I could feel the relief right away. After 4 days most of the dry red skin was gone and after a week it was pretty much back to normal. I usually don't buy things like this without someone telling me about this but I was so miserable I was ready to try anything. I would highly recommend this product. Thank you for the relief.

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Dry Cracked Red Burning Skin Under My Eyes

by B.P.

I ordered your face and neck cream because I was having problems with the area under my eyes and I was amazed. For a couple of months I had been suffering with dry cracked red burning skin. The first time I put on your cream I was amazed. I could feel the relief right away. After 4 days most of the dry, red skin was gone and after a week it was pretty much back to normal. I usually don't buy things like this without someone telling me about it but I was so miserable I was ready to try anything. I would highly recommend this product. Thank you for the relief.

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Daily Moisturizer

by Barbara Geneau
(Chesnee, SC)

I just want to ask you on your Face & Neck TheraCream if it is safe to use every day for life or do you just use it on your eyelids where my itch and rash is? It has been told to me that I have allergy dermatitis and I do not want to use medicine or that hydrocortisone cream that can be dangerous again! Is yours safe for a daily use or just till the dermatitis clears? Is this meant to be a moisturizer daily?
Thank you, Barb

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by: Nanette from Skin-Remedies.com

Hello Barbara,

Not only is our Face & Neck TheraCream highly effective for itchy, rash prone facial skin and eyelids, but it is also great as a daily moisturizer to keep the skin moist and balanced every day. We have a large number of customers that love using this deeply moisturizing cream on a daily basis to maintain the balance in their skin.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Eyelid Dermatitis

Hi, Nanette

My eyelid dermatitis started more than 10 years ago, and every time I see my doctor and he gives me hydrocortisone cream and every time I stop using it, it gets itchy, blisters, develops redness, swelling, and sometimes oozes within a couple of days!

I know I shouldn't use hydrocortisone for long periods of time, especially a sensitive area like eyelids. I tried many non steroid products but nothing works. What can I do?

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by: Nanette from Skin-Remedies.com

Hello,

First know that dryness on the eyelid area is a common condition in which the upper layer of the skin, the epidermis, turns itchy, tight, and rough and may produce bumps.

Applying hydrocortisone cream to sensitive areas such as the eyelids can be particularly devastating. Skin is thinner and more folds exist which can cause medications to penetrate more deeply. My strong recommendation is that people should be on their strictest guard about over the counter as well as prescribed use of hydrocortisone. Continued use of topical steroid creams containing hydrocortisone can cause the skin to develop a resistance (called tachyplaxis) to the medication especially after 10 years as you described, so I recommend that you avoid using it.

Also, sensitivity to certain soaps and lotions that contain harmful synthetic ingredients that are harsh and corrosive to your skin can also cause or exacerbate your problem.

What you will want to do is cleanse with warm (not hot) water and use a mild, non-soap wash that is hypo-allergenic and fragrance free. It is important that it contain only natural ingredients filled with nutrients that will begin moisturizing your skin. Our FACE & BODY WASH will do just that and begin the healing process as well.

Further, most soaps (even those listed as gentle or doctor recommended) are extremely drying - this is NOT the result you are looking for. Additionally, always avoid harsh, grainy scrubs as these can irritate your skin.

Next, in caring for your dry eyelid syndrome, it is important to couple your skin care with a cream that is specially formulated for the face and neck. It must be a fragrance free, all natural and deep moisturizing face cream. I recommend staying away from anything that even has a hint of fragrance! I can't tell you how many people I see that use products that are loaded with perfume. Our FACE & NECK THERACREAM can be used around the eyelid area as well as facial and neck area with incredible reparative results while additionally stopping the itching associated with this condition. This cream has amazing anti-inflammatory properties as well. Repair with our FACE & NECK THERACREAM begins 7 layers down and adds much needed moisture to the skin.

Please keep me posted on your progress.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Usage Of Urea On The Eyelids?

I get red scaly patches in the inner corner of my eyelids that peel. I have eczema patches here as well as on the rest of my body at times, and I assume the condition can be the same on the eyelid. Does using Urea cream on the eyelid work, or will it make it worse!

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by: Nanette From Skin-Remedies.com

Hello,

We have a large number of customers that have used our FACE & NECK THERACREAM with incredible success on their red, itchy and scaly eyelid symptoms. You see, urea is naturally present in healthy skin, but when the skin is dry, and in some skin conditions, such as eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis, the level of urea in the skin is greatly reduced. Urea has been medically proven in various clinical studies to have tremendous healing properties as well as extraordinary anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties that promotes fast healing of dry cracked split skin, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, acne, burns and other types of problem skin and is safe and effective most anywhere on the body.

Please keep me posted on your results.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Dermatitis Around My Eyes

by Sarah
(Bournemouth, England )

Hello from the U.K. I wanted to write and tell you that after a year and a half of the most violent dermatitis around my eyes ( truly a blight to someone as vain as myself!!!) I had just about reached my wits end when one rainy afternoon I Googled 'dermatitis, eyes, cure' for about the hundreth time and your website popped up. I read about the Face & Neck TheraCream and thought, as I have done on a dozen occasions with other products, I will give this a try...... Two days ago the package arrived from across the pond and let me say that in two days my skin is clearer and healthier than it has been in months, please excuse the hyperbole, but it feels like a small miracle. So at the risk of repeating myself, THANK YOU !!!!!

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Itchy Red Swollen Eyelids

by Barbara Geneau
(Chesnee, SC)

I have itchy red swollen eyelids it happened last December 2012 and now July 2013 what is the name of cream and where do I buy it?

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by: Nanette from Skin-Remedies.com

Hello Barbara,

Itchy, red eyelids can appear at different times for any variety of reasons and causes. The skin around the eyes is the thinnest skin on the face and the facial skin is the thinnest skin on the entire body. So the eyelid area can be highly sensitive and vulnerable to various irritants and such. I would highly recommend first cleansing with our very gentle Face & Body Wash followed by a careful application of our Face & Neck TheraCream twice daily. These products are quite soothing and will add much needed moisture and health building ingredients to your skin. You can purchase these items right here on our www.skin-remedies.com website by clicking on the second button from the top named "Store" on our navigational bar located on the left of our pages.

Please keep me posted on your progress Barbara.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Eye Eczema

by Sue Roberts
(Sheffield, England)

Over the past four months I seem to have developed eye eczema which keeps recurring very regularly - the last spell has been extremely sore, itchy, red, tight skin and looks horrendous. I've had 1% hydrocortisone cream prescribed by my doctor, but am very reluctant to use if very often having read all sorts of horror stories. Are your products suitable for the eye area?

Thanks very much, any comments would be so helpful.

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by: Nanette from Skin-Remedies.com

Hello Sue,

I know how frustrating it can be to have eczema occurring and especially on the facial area. The skin around the eyes is the thinnest skin on the face and in fact, on the body as a whole. It is very sensitive and susceptible to irritations and eczema type conditions. Using products such as ours that are gentle and that contain many health building ingredients is paramount. I would recommend first cleansing gently with our Face & Body Wash followed by a careful application of our Face & Neck TheraCream twice daily. These products provide much needed moisture and are quite soothing to the skin and in fact, we have a number of customers who have received great results with this combination.

Please keep me posted on your progress Sue.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Eczema Around The Eyes

by Mr. Ahmed
(Birmingham )

I have a skin condition (probably Eczema) around my eyes and have been prescribed Hydrocortisone 1.0 % for it. Honestly when I apply it it relieves me from the itching and burning but it has been more than six months that the condition has not fully been treated. Should I continue using it or if not what is the best alternative for me?

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by: Nanette From Skin-Remedies.com

Hello Mr. Ahmed,

The skin around the eyes is the thinnest skin on the entire body. Hyrdocortisone is a topical steroid that is a drug that forces the skin to respond in a certain way. Steroid creams are harsh chemicals that are toxic and produce damaging side effects. These side effects include: thinning and discoloration of the skin, easy bruising, permanent dilation of certain blood vessels, burn marks on skin, liver and kidney damage and a weakened immune system. Not only this, but steroid use almost always produces a "rebound effect" of the very symptoms you are trying to get rid of! Steroids are absorbed at different rates from different parts of the body. The eyelids absorb as much as 30% of the steroid cream every time you apply it to your skin.

I have two very natural products that I highly recommend to you. Know that many products on the market are loaded with harsh, drying ingredients that strip the natural PH. Our FACE & BODY WASH will deeply cleanse and moisturize your skin removing old skin cells and debris. Next, apply our FACE & NECK THERACREAM twice daily while focusing on the skin around your eyes. This natural and enriched cream penetrates all 7 layers of skin to unpack dry, damaged cells and restore much needed moisture from the bottom up. Eczema symptoms will dissipate as balance begins to be restored.

Please keep me posted on your progress Mr. Ahmed.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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Eyelid fungus


(California)

I have had a fungus on my eyelid for a couple of months now on and off. I went to the doctor when I realized it wasn't getting better. He gave me hydrocortisone to use on my eyelid for no more than 10 days. I used for 5 days and as the fungus cleared, I discontinued use and have had it return 2 more times. I have used the hydrocortisone both times and now after reading all the bad reports on using it and especially on the eyelids, I need another solution. Which of the above recommended products will benefit me most. My lids get red and itchy and swollen. I don't want to make it permanent. Thank you

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by: Nanette from Skin-Remedies.com

Hello,

Conditions dealing with the super delicate eyelid area can be very challenging. Using harsh drugs such as steroid creams can really irritate the eyelid skin which is the thinnest skin on the entire body. I would highly recommend first cleansing with our gentle All Over Face & Body Wash followed by an application of our Face & Neck TheraCream twice daily.

Please keep me posted on your progress.

Warm Regards,
Nanette

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