How to Treat Eczema & Dry Skin

Your skin wasn’t always like this. The itching, flaking and redness associated with eczema and extremely dry skin often can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. The most effective way to treat eczema is to heal your skin from the inside out, restoring your skin and offering relief.  

What causes eczema

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is thought to be caused by an overactive response by your body’s immune system to an irritant and is common in people who suffer from allergies or asthma. In addition, eczema can also flare up due to temperature, the season or stress.

How other products treat eczema & dry skin

Most eczema and dry skin treatments on the market today rely on heavy emollients to “seal” the skin and lock in moisture to create a protective barrier. In addition, they use colloidal oatmeal to reduce itching and irritation. Neither approach actually addresses the root of what causes dry skin: depleted fatty acids from the skin’s cells.

The Receutics difference

Unlike most dry skin treatments that only address the surface barrier of the skin, Receutics actively rebuilds and repairs your skin offering relief from itchy, dry skin while treating and accelerating skin repair and renewal.

Our highly concentrated proprietary blend of fruit seed extracts go deep below the surface of the skin to replace lost lipids and repair damage, resulting in skin that is soft, smooth and healthy. All while maximizing effectiveness, resulting in a synergistic effect that repairs wounds, reduces inflammation, and rebuilds and renews your skin’s protective barrier.

How to treat & prevent eczema & flare-ups

The key to treating eczema is to keep your skin hydrated to prevent dryness and itching. Our daily dry skin treatment of Gentle Hydrating Cleanser and Hydration & Repair Treatment locks in moisture and repairs damaged, dry skin.

To prevent flare-ups:

  • Use Receutics Active Skin Repair treatment for eczema and dry skin to protect, repair and renew skin
  • Moisturize regularly
  • Avoid sudden changes in temperature
  • Reduce stress
  • Eat a healthy diet