Help Relieve Itchiness with Eczema Honey

By Shannon Gurnee
In Body
June 16, 2018

This is a partnered post with Eczema Honey.

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Do you have someone in your family who suffers from Eczema? The itchy and dry skin (and more) caused by Eczema can prove to be torture when suffering from it on a regular basis.  I’m here to tell you there is help and relief for those terrible, itchy days! It comes in the form of a jar and it’s called Eczema Honey Original Natural Healing Cream.

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Eczema Honey is a skincare company based in California. Their current honey creams help heal symptoms caused by Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea, dry and itchy skin, red acne, shave burns, rashes and more. Eczema is more than just itchy skin and red flakes. It’s sleepless nights, waking up to raw skin, embarrassing first dates, scars and stained clothing. As the founders of Eczema Honey as well as lifelong sufferers of eczema, they are more than passionate about the fight. Eczema Honey is special. It’s made by people who truly live and breathe eczema…everyday. They know the struggle is real and that’s why every ingredient is intentional and every jar is genuine.

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Eczema Honey is completely natural. Everything in this healing cream came from the planet we live on. No labs, no steroids, no harm.

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Eczema Honey goes on light, sinks deep, and delivers supreme concentrated moisture. It is abundant in minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and natural enzymes that literally heal skin from the outside in. These enzymes absorb easily to get moisture, vitamins, fatty acids, and antioxidants into your skin quickly to stimulate tissue growth, enhance epithelialization, and minimize scar formation immediately. Additionally, they form a natural lipid barrier to lock moisture in and protect against dryness and heat in any environment. Also, Due to an enzyme found in Honey that produces hydrogen peroxide, a well-known disinfectant, Bacteria and germs simply won’t survive against our natural healing cream, crucial to overcoming eczema. This is an amazing product and I highly recommend it to anyone suffering from the terrible symptoms caused by Eczema!

Have you ever used Eczema Honey?
What do you like about it?



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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

29 Responses to “Help Relieve Itchiness with Eczema Honey”

  1. Stacie says:

    I’ve never heard of eczema honey. It sounds like it could really help anyone suffering with this issue.

  2. Jeanine says:

    This sounds great. A friend of mine deal with eczema so I will have to let her know if she doesn’t already. Sounds like some good relief.`

  3. Bill Sweeney says:

    I know some people who have Eczema. I know they’ve tried many different creams and lotions. I would recommend this to them.

  4. Vera Sweeney says:

    I know a few people who have Eczema, and how they suffer with it. I think recommending this to them is a good idea.

  5. Marcie W. says:

    I seem to have outgrown my eczema but still struggle with extremely sensitive skin. I would use this to prevent dryness due to frequent handwashing.

  6. robin rue says:

    My oldest has eczema, but it only acts up in the winter time. I will try this next winter.

  7. Amber Myers says:

    I’m going to try this! I do get eczema and it is not fun. I hate itching all the time.

  8. Heather says:

    This sounds wonderful. I do know a few people who have eczema. I would love to share this with them.

  9. Kim says:

    I have not used this and I’ve not heard of it either, but I have confidence that it will work by the look of it. I like that it’s made with honey. My son suffered from eczema when he was younger.

  10. Peter says:

    What a great product. I know a ton about the benefits of honey, but I had no idea it could be used to relieve eczema.

  11. I have really dry skin. I think this would really help me. I never considered how much honey can make a difference.

  12. Theresa says:

    I really need to get some of this. For the first time in my 38 years, I have developed a few spots of eczema on my ankles and forearms and nothing seems to help. I hope this does!

  13. Pam says:

    I heard about Eczema Honey in a kid’s allergy and asthma group I’m in. Everyone gave it rVe reviews.

  14. Clara says:

    Eczema can be a real bear to treat. Even with hardcore prescriptions is can be difficult to get rid of, so I’ll share this with anyone I know that has eczema.

  15. Joely Smith says:

    Ahhhh it sounds so soothing! I have both eczema and psoriasis so I totally want to try this out! Honey is such a healing thing too so I am feeling confident this is going to work!

  16. Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    I love this because it has all natural ingredients. Eczema is already bad as it is, so to get relief from the itchiness is most welcome.

  17. Rose Ann Sales says:

    I never been tried to used this product but it sounds like a good one. My kids have a sensitive skin and they always have rashes and itchiness every time they go out and I think this one will immediately relieve their itchiness.

  18. Katrina Gehman says:

    I need to try this! Eczema can be so annoying. Thanks for the tip

  19. Ok so this is something I need to try ASAP. My entire family needs this and we will have to thank you if it works for us!

  20. Esther Irish says:

    I’ve never heard of eczema honey! My niece really suffers from eczema. I wonder if she has tried this.

  21. Mary Edwards says:

    My teenage daughter suffers from this. Only on her neck. I hate seeing her in pain and itchy. Literally buying this NOW

  22. Lynndee says:

    I don’t have eczema and this is the first time that I’ve heard of this product. My BIL suffers from eczema though so I’m going to tell him about it.

  23. Kiwi says:

    I know so many people with skin problems. Glad this product use holistic ingredients to with better skin!

  24. Kita Bryant says:

    This stuff looks like it works pretty well. I know a friend who could use it!

  25. Heather says:

    This product looks great! I have eczema on my elbows with stress and I’d love to try this for some relief.

  26. Vyjay Rao says:

    Irritation due to Eczema can be really “irritating”. Natural remedies are always the best. This cream made of natural ingredients seems to promise some much-needed succour to those suffering from this ailment.

  27. Rachel says:

    I have seen this product advertised on facebook a lot lately. Thanks for explaining the benefits. I am going to look into it.

  28. I have heard amazing things about honey. I will have to look into this, I don’t have eczema but other skin conditions. Thanks!

  29. Ali Louise says:

    My 1-year-old has Eczema, and the dry air of Chicago winters wreaks havoc on his skin (especially behind his knees and in the creases of his elbows.) Using foderma serum daily is the ONLY thing that I have found to prevent his flare-ups. Because it is a serum and not a lotion, it is thicker (less water content) and seems to protect his skin better. I try to manage his flare-ups with Aquaphor’s “original ointment” which is basically just petroleum jelly. Using these two items in the morning and at night every day has mostly eliminated the need for using Hydrocortisone.

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