Dermatitis Vs. Chemical Treatments
Dermatitis - Nature vs Chemicals? Treating sensitive & damaged skin with proven natural remedies is a real option.
When treating dermatitis the core question a sufferer has to consider is "Natural or Chemical cure?". These are the 2 very different forms of treatments available today and neither are compatible with the other (regardless of claims made by manufacturers).
Natural treatments for Dermatitis include the highly popular and well respected African Shea Butter - this extra thick natural cream is extremely effective in working with the skin and has been clinically proven to deeply penetrate and nourish down to the deep tissue level while. At the same time, the outer layer of the skin is protected from losing vital fluids and/or from being damaged from external sources due to the protection offered by the thickness of the cream itself.
Shea butter is an excellent way of treating skin without creating more damage for already damaged and sensitive skin. Although this butter has an impressive pedigree with treating skin conditions such as dermatitis it is often rejected by buyers due to the many hundreds of poor quality butters available on the market.
Poor quality Shea butter produces poor quality results.
Chemical based treatments are also proven to be effective in treating the symptom of dermatitis and similar skin conditions. Many of the more effective creams being formed from some highly complex chemical formula the manufacturing companies have devised. These solutions which are readily available in stores around the country are often chemical or petroleum based creams, which can be a problem for those with sensitive skin or who suffer from allergic reactions.
Using Petroleum based products on damaged skin is advised by the manufacturers and is sanctioned by the FDA however, it is important to remain vigilant as repeatedly applying chemical based creams will often lead to more skin problems after only a short period of use.
Conclusion: The treatment of the symptoms of Dermatitis and other skin conditions with chemical cocktails available over almost any counter. They do offer relief and can be reapplied as prescribed or required. However, each application adds extra toxins and chemicals to already, damaged skin.
African Shea butter, although available in many stores, is frequently of poor quality and, unsurprisingly, used in many well known brands in a tiny proportion (less than 5% Shea butter in each jar). Hence the affect is disappointing.
Unless high quality, pure & unrefined Shea butter (extracted using traditional methods) is used. African Shea butter is a product which is almost as available as chemical based treatments however purchasing poor quality Shea butter will not lead to effective treatments of symptoms of dermatitis.
Final word: Traditionally made Africa Shea butter is proven to be as or more effective than any chemical based product (as one Amazon reviewer writes) and leaves a positive impact on deep skin tissue (removing toxins instead of adding to them) however purchasing poor quality Shea butter will lead to disappointment. Ultimately the treatment to select for dermatitis has to made based on how important ones skin and long term health is.
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