4 D Acres

  (Louisburg, Kansas)
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Dealing with Skin Conditions

Skin conditions are sometimes difficult to deal with, not only from a cosmetic standpoint, but from a treatment and prevention standpoint. Clothing and makeup can sometimes help cover up a skin condition, but it is not always feasible, especially in warmer weather, and it does not address the problem at all.

Many skin conditions are similar in symptoms, but different in treatment and levels of cure and/or prevention. Because the differences between Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis and other rashes are often confusing and misunderstood, it is best to consult your doctor as to the specifics of your condition.

When considering treatment options, you can remember that inflammation is a common root of the dry and itchy symptoms and adjust your daily skin care regimen adequately.

4 D Acres Psori-Care II is a cream containing emu oil that acts like a therapeutic balm by moisturizing the skin and reducing the itching, redness, and scaling associated with many stubborn skin conditions. Here is what one of our clients has said about it.

Thank you so much! My daughter's psoriasis is improved, using Psori-Care, to the point ALL of the scaling is gone... only smooth red spots now. We've learned to slap emu oil on a burn right away to instantly relieve the pain and prevent scarring. Even my 5th grader told a school friend with a burn, "Oh! You need emu oil for that and it won't hurt or leave a scar." Simply amazing, really!! - J.M. Perry, KS
and another.
I'm 20 years old and have had psoriasis for about 7 years. I never found any lotions that would make my spots stop itching until my dad found this product about 3 years ago. It makes my days go by a lot better because I don't have to worry about being uncomfortable and itching all of the time. It has even helped clear some of the spots where I use it twice a day. I don't use any other lotions for my psoriasis now. - L. Wise Basehor, Kansas  
We hope that you will consider giving it a try.
 
 

Does Your Dry Winter Skin Thirst for Remedies?

While winter weather offers a respite from the heat of the summer months, and allows for colorful, if not all white, seasonal landscapes, it also brings with it a host of concerns including dry skin. Heated homes and biting wind can dry our skin, while our multiple winter layers keep us from applying moisturizer as often as we should.

Perhaps you have used lotions with minimal results because of irritating additives and fragrances, and you are looking for an all natural option that will deliver the moisture your skin craves. You may have even tried a prescription steroid cream for your dry skin condition, but found it to be expensive and full of side effects.

Emu oil and moisturizers containing emu oil can be lifesavers for your dry, itchy skin. Because of the Emu oil’s amazing transdermal properties, it quickly penetrates to the third layer of the derma, rushing its relieving components to the dehydrated skin cells. Emu oil has a complex structure that mimics your skin’s own oils and rebalances the lipid fatty acid composition in your skin to ensure a softer, well hydrated skin. Emu oil is all-natural and safe for everyone in your family, from the youngest to the oldest.  There are no chemicals, fillers, or pore clogging ingredients to further irritate your skin’s already delicate state.

Here are 2 more tips:

  1. Consider an Emu Oil dietary supplement in addition to your topical moisturizer. Dry, cracked skin can be a sign that your diet is lacking in essential fats. Just 30 days of ingesting 3 emu oil gel-caps daily provides ample time for you to see a difference in your skin’s texture and moisture levels due to the Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids naturally found in emu oil.
  2. Drink plenty of water to hydrate!
Have you used emu oil products before for dry skin? What results have you had? Please comment below.
 
 
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