Did you know that 15 to 25 percent of all dermatological patients are dealing with Eczema? Eczema is an inflammation of the epidermis, the outer layer of the skin. It is a term that describes a pretty broad range of skin conditions, including everything from skin rashes to swelling, redness, dryness, and blistering.
There is no known cure for this condition, although there are a variety of treatments that can help to control the systems. Medications are one option, though they can cause the skin to thin or cause skin damage. Topical immunosuppressants, itch relief, eczema lotion moisturizers and lifestyle changes can also help. Sometimes the best cream for eczema is simply a moisturizing cream.
Did you know that cellulite does not change with exercise, since it is fat deposits that cause it? Cellulite is subcutaneous fat that manifests under the skin as skin dimpling, giving the skin an uneven appearance. It is a natural occurence and is common to most women past the age of puberty.
It is possible to try and reduce the appearance of cellulite with cellulite creams. There is really no such thing as a best cellulite cream, since everyone has a different body biology and will respond differently depending on which creams or topical ointments they are using. Some people have reported success using anti wrinkle cream. Current medical research suggests that most cellulite creams will not do much to change the appearance of cellulite, which occurs in about 90 percent of women. Perhaps that is best, and what needs to change is not the bodies of women, but the way they are taught to try and change what is natural.