Sensitive, irritated, easily reddened, itchy skin areas? What problems might be the cause of these symptoms and how can we help?

What is the difference between eczema, seborrhea, psoriasis, or different allergic rashes?


When it comes to eczema, we’re talking about an inflammatory skin condition that causes itching, dry skin, rashes, flaky patches, blisters, and skin infections. Eczema is a common skin condition that can appear in both acute and chronic forms, which can be attributed to immune system dysfunctions. It’s important to emphasize that it’s not contagious! But what are the triggers? What are its symptoms and how can it be distinguished from other skin problems? How can it be treated?


Did you know that eczema can develop due to a variety of different problems?

Behind skin and scalp diseases, there are almost always complex issues. Rarely is it caused by a single problem; usually, 4-5 factors play a role in the development of the disease. What are these factors exactly?

Many people are unaware that they can cause the most common skin problems themselves, for example, by using inadequate skincare and haircare products. Furthermore, the reaction of your immune system to irritating substances and allergens in the environment can cause this skin issue, or it can be influenced by pollution or even extreme weather.

Also, psychological factors play a huge role. 100% of our illnesses have a psychological origin, which means that a mental problem could be the trigger of a skin issue! Psychological factors are trigger points that, like a last drop, ignite the disease by connecting negative factors. In this case, we don’t just have to think about huge psychological traumas, but also prolonged untreated stressful conditions that not only ruin our hormone and nervous systems but are also responsible for triggering chronic inflammatory diseases!

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90% of skincare, body care, and hair care cosmetics contain chemicals that our bodies do not tolerate.



Oxidative stress is the most powerful degenerative process in living cells. It’s responsible for aging, nerve damage, joint diseases, and inflammation. If oxidative stress in cells can be reduced, aging can be slowed down.

Oxidative stress weakens the immune system, damages DNA, and ultimately leads to cell death. There’s almost no disease where the damaging effects of free radicals haven’t been demonstrated. Free radicals are promoted by, among other things, stimulants, cigarettes, and alcohol, strong UV radiation, ozone, smog, various toxic substances in food and the environment, intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids, and sugar consumption. Also, hunger, stress, a cold environment, and an inactive lifestyle contribute to the formation of free radicals. Physiological processes within the body also release free radicals, such as increased metabolic intensity or significant physical exertion.

What skin symptoms accompany eczema?

It’s important to know that eczema and its symptoms vary from person to person. Your eczema may not appear the same way as someone else’s, whether they’re an adult or a child. Eczema almost always involves skin itching. Other common symptoms include dry, sensitive, inflamed, and discolored skin. If your skin becomes red, itchy blisters develop, followed by small sores, scabs, and peeling after scratching, you’re likely dealing with eczema.

In infants younger than 1-year-old, eczema usually appears on the face, forehead, or scalp, which can spread to the knees, elbows, and torso. In older children, it’s usually seen in the folds of the elbows, behind the knees, on the neck, or on the inner wrists and ankles. Eczema can become thicker, darker, or scar from scratching. In adults who have had eczema in childhood but no longer experience it, they may still have dry or easily irritated skin, and hand eczema or eyelid eczema can develop.


What are other skin symptoms that might accompany eczema?

ECZEMA AND PSORIASIS - What's the difference?

The biggest difference between psoriasis and eczema is that psoriasis is an autoimmune condition. In psoriasis, inflamed skin patches are typically thick and scaly, and they can be grayish in color. These thickened patches are called “plaques,” and stress, bacterial, or viral infections can trigger them. Neither condition is infectious! A common point is that thermal water, aloe vera, saltwater, and sunlight can help alleviate symptoms. Proper, conscious lifestyle and healthy eating can promote improvement, and both conditions can benefit from external treatments, preferably with 100% natural ingredients. Both can be influenced by intolerances that disrupt the body’s natural and healthy processes.


Eczema Symptoms

- Skin lacking in moisture
- Red, inflamed areas
- Itching
- Present all over the body
- Recalls allergic reactions
- Continuously recurring
- After improving, deterioration is noticeable
- Spreading
- Growing patches in the same areas

Psoriasis Symptoms

- Excessive production of skin cells
- Inflamed, irritated, sore, shiny, red patches
- Scaly, white layer
- Can occur anywhere on the body
- Itching
- Most commonly appear on the scalp, knees, back, elbows, and chest


Eczema is typically experienced in early childhood, as well as developing in babies and expectant mothers.

In many cases, the cause of eczema flare-ups is some internal intolerance – such as food intolerance – or some immune disorder or deficiency where the body lacks the necessary vitamins and nutrients. Additionally, digestive problems and malabsorption also influence the development of skin diseases.

Among external factors, rough, artificial products and creams containing chemicals can cause or exacerbate the condition. Those who use chemical-rich cleaning agents or drugs and hormonal products are also more susceptible to developing eczema.

Individuals struggling with stress management and mental issues, those experiencing trauma, are vulnerable to developing any type of disease or problem, including eczema, as mentioned earlier, since a mental problem can trigger skin issues!

What lab or medical tests are recommended for eczema?

Inflammatory condition in the body, which may not always be detectable in a lab, yet it exists!

What can we do in such cases?

1. External Anti-inflammatory Measures

Eczema is often triggered or exacerbated by reactions to harsh skincare products. If you have eczema, you may be more prone to these reactions, which can trigger further eczema symptoms. For lasting healing, using chemical-free and 100% natural products provides a long-term solution. Using natural products can not only help alleviate symptoms but also prevent them! Additionally, it’s important to use complex, concentrated, and specific formulations, as complex problems require complex treatments. We’ll show you which products we recommend for eczema that you can use on your entire body, face, and scalp!


products for eczema

For the skin:

  1. Apply the Aloe Vera Gel to the affected area of the skin. Use as much as necessary!
  2. Then, depending on the size of the treated area, apply the Vitamin Serum to the eczematous area and thoroughly massage it together with the Aloe Vera Gel.
  3. Once absorbed into the skin, apply the Repair Cream! Apply the deeply nourishing and regenerative cream to treat the eczematous skin!

For the scalp:

  1. Mix 10 ml of Aloe Vera Gel with 1 pipette of Vitamin Serum in a spray-headed bottle and spray it onto your scalp on the problematic areas! No need to rinse off.

Thanks to its exfoliating effect, Aloe Vera Gel is the perfect solution for eczema-prone, skin lacking in moisture! What sets it apart from other aloe vera gels on the market? We make it from high-quality ingredients, and the active ingredients in the product effectively work on the skin.

Our Aloe Vera Gel is obtained from the aloe vera plant through cold pressing, intensely preserving all the beneficial properties of the plant, including its antibacterial, exfoliating, and anti-inflammatory properties.

It’s an excellent wound healer, which makes it applicable to wounds, irritations, fresh scars, and burns. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, it treats reddened, inflamed skin areas.

Ingredients: Aqua, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate, Citric Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Salicylic Acid, Sorbic Acid

The Vitamin Serum contains vitamins and minerals that are most needed by the skin. A, B, C, E vitamins, and red grape antioxidants replenish the skin and its deep structure, revitalizing it, stimulating cells, and strengthening the skin’s resistance and immunity. An excellent source of magnesium and B vitamins, which help fight oxidative stress. Vitamin E exerts its protective effect by inhibiting the production of free radicals during cell oxidation processes and reducing their cell-damaging effects. It promotes collagen formation and improves cell renewal capacity. The Vitamin Serum is absorbed much faster and deeper with a carrier product, therefore we recommend using it simultaneously with Aloe Vera Gel.

Ingredients: Aqua, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Panthenol, Ascorbyl palmitate, Retinyl palmitate, Helianthus annuus seed oil, Tocopherol, Vitis vinifera leaf extract, Niacinamid, Tocopheryl Acetate, Sucrose Stearate, Allantoin, Xanthan Gum, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate, Benzyl Alcohol, Salicylic Acid, Sorbic Acid, Citric acid

The Repair Cream is a luxury skin and body care product that can be applied to all skin surfaces. Thanks to its content of rice, macadamia, grape, and flaxseed oils, it’s an amazing, nourishing product for the skin. Excellent for treating eczema, as it is a 100% chemical-free and natural moisturizing cream containing allergen-free fragrances. Our products are safe for the skin care of babies and expectant mothers.

Ingredients: Aqua, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate, Citric Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Salicylic Acid, Sorbic Acid

  • Sulfates
  • Parabens
  • Essential oils
  • Silicone derivatives
  • Chemical preservative
  • Chemical fragrances
  • Chemical dyes
  • Metals
  • Fatty alcohols
  • Ammonium derivatives
  • Active ingredients of animal origin
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Our products are multifunctional! You can use them in many ways!
Let us show you how!

At Oxygeni Hair, the majority of our products are multifunctional, and the Repair Cream is no exception! An excellent hair-softening conditioner that also has heat-protectant properties, so you can use it before styling or straightening your hair. You can apply it to wet hair after washing, or on dry hair for in-between washes!

Aloe Vera Gel and Repair Cream is an excellent combination for caring for curly hair!

Mix 10 pumps of Aloe Vera Gel with 2 pumps of Repair Cream, then apply it to wet hair! Afterward, dry the hair!

For hair loss treatment, mix 1 pipette of Vitamin Serum with 10 ml of Aloe Vera Gel in a spray-headed bottle! If it weighs down your hair, you can dilute it with an additional 10 ml of water as needed. Spray it onto your scalp and hair – no need to rinse!

Aloe Vera Gel can be applied in numerous ways. It’s excellent for treating sunburns and burns, and it’s also suitable for treating acne-prone, inflamed, oily, and infected skin. You can also use it for scratches, slow-healing wounds, and spider veins.

You can use the Vitamin Serum in combination with Aloe Vera Gel for facial skin care as well.

What problems does it help with?

  • Vitamin-deficient facial and scalp skin
  • Inflamed, sensitive, acne-prone facial skin
  • Dry, dehydrated skin treatment
  • Anti-aging treatment and skin refinement

Could there be a much more serious problem behind it?

Don’t suppress the symptoms with medicinal products, try to treat them first with complex solutions!

2. Try to avoid aggressive, chemical products and treatments, and choose 100% natural ones!

Today, numerous treatments and products disguised in a “medical” guise guarantee quick and effective solutions to our problems, but these usually fall short or only help for a few weeks or months, and then the result often worsens. Most treatments involving injections or needles are designed to deliver the active ingredients as deeply as possible. The danger lies precisely in this, as these substances are usually not free of chemicals; they often consist of aggressive medicinal products or even lead to the skin’s dependency.

There are plenty of natural alternatives on the market that can replace some medications, such as herbal teas, tinctures, adaptogenic herbal remedies, superfoods, etc. Lifestyle changes are lasting and can be a solution to reducing medication intake!

Eczema is often triggered or exacerbated by reactions to harsh skincare products. For lasting healing, using chemical-free and 100% natural products can provide a long-term solution. The use of chemical-free products reduces intolerances. Using natural products can not only help alleviate symptoms but also prevent them!

3. Restore Digestive System Functionality, Improve Absorption Disorders

Our intestines are responsible for everything! In cases of deficiencies detected by laboratory or other tests, it is generally due to inadequate “deficient” nutrition, but in even more cases, it is due to absorption disorders and improper functioning of the digestive system.

It’s not necessarily the best solution to take large quantities of vitamins daily, as the inflamed intestine cannot properly utilize them anyway. The first and most important thing is to restore intestinal health and adopt a diet rich in antioxidants and fiber. Avoid all pre-packaged “factory” foods and heavily processed non-fresh foods!

Nowadays, we are aware that there are foods that can irritate our digestive system and cause inflammation in our bodies. Gluten, lactose, milk protein, egg white, and yeast – are the most common food proteins that cause problems, but unfortunately, after a while, more and more proteins can cause inflammation if the underlying disease is not treated in time.

4. Anti-inflammatory Diet

Lifestyle and dietary changes play a crucial role in skin conditions, including eczema. Have you noticed why your eczema becomes particularly itchy and painful on certain days or during certain times of the day? It’s possible that your diet is the culprit. Diet plays a significant role in the overall health of our skin. Recognizing how different diets affect your skin can help minimize eczema symptoms.

Food sensitivities typically manifest 6-24 hours after consuming the food. To identify which foods trigger flare-ups, pay attention to common foods known to exacerbate eczema. These include wheat and gluten, citrus fruits, soy, grapes, broccoli, eggs, dairy products, tomatoes, dried fruits, avocado, spices (such as cinnamon and vanilla), and certain types of nuts.

Some tips for eczema management

Looking for an effective solution for your eczema-prone skin or scalp?

Choose oxygen therapy!

Oxygen therapy treatment for scalp health

Unfortunately, in many cases, the symptoms appearing on the face and scalp are related and interconnected, but sometimes eczema symptoms can also appear on various parts of the body.

Trichology therapy and cosmetic oxygen therapy are based on strengthening the immune system, which allows for personalized treatment for any skin and scalp problem and guarantees spectacular results. The treatment is 100% reliable and risk-free, based entirely on natural ingredients. Through proper oxygen, vitamin, and mineral supply to the cells, the active ingredients rejuvenate, the skin gets rid of impurities, and regains its proper pH balance thanks to its acidifying and alkalizing effects. Strengthening the connective tissue reduces the amount of cellulite. Oxygen therapy can be used for any scalp and skin problem, reducing healing and regeneration time.

Results Achieved with Cosmetic Oxygen Therapy


Kristen Bell, actress and mother of two, had eczema from childhood until the age of 39. She admitted to changing her entire diet to try to help with the symptoms.

Kerry Washington, an actress, had terrible eczema in adulthood and has been seeing a dermatologist since she was 8 years old. “I work with a university nutritionist because for me, beauty is an outsider thing. I take fish oil pills, drink lots of water, and try not to eat dairy. These things have helped my skin a lot,” said the actress.

Kate Middleton has also dealt with eczema and suffered from red, flaky skin as a teenager.