Dry Skin Rash - How to Achieve Moist Soft Skin!

By: Janet Simpson

If you suffer with dry skin rash or eczema, then creating some internal lubrication is a good place to start in your search for an eczema cure.

By creating more lubrication and hydration to your skin, especially if it's created using the right ingredients can reduce the inflammation of your rash, reduce dryness and lessen the urge for you to want to scratch.

The first place to look for internal lubrication is to look at the fats that you are consuming on a daily basis at the moment. There are good fats and bad fats.

Good fats contain omega 3 and omega 6. These fat ingredients will make a tremendous difference to the feel, structure and look for your skin.

Not just in the areas where your rash is located but all over your body internally and externally. Good fats will create a healthy glow.

Good fats are contained in nuts, avocados and extra virgin olive oil.

Bad fat are those that have been heated to high temperatures or have been processed in some way or both. This process is usually carried out to give the fats a longer shelf life.

Bad fats contain trans fatty acids. Trans fatty acids are detrimental to your good health and have the power to destroy delicate cells.

Foods such as peanut butter, cookies, convenient and junk foods as well as breakfast cereals.

These bad fats are totally devoid of nutrients and deliver little if any benefit to the eczema sufferer.

Here are more reasons why you should avoid bad fats which contain trans fatty acids:

#1 - Eating bad fats containing trans fatty acids tends to interfere with the proper detoxification of your body and will create toxin overload in the body. An eczema body needs efficient detoxification.

#2 - Eating bad fats containing trans fatty acids create blood sugar imbalance.

#3 - Eating bad fats containing trans fatty acids may create thicker and stickier blood platelets.

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