MOISTURIZING BABY GENTLE WASH is a soft and Luxurious body wash. All natural formula with Oatmeal Colloidale & Aloe vera rigorously selected for deep moisturizing and skin healing. Enriched with Vitamin E, for a soft well moisturized and silky skin.
Scented with an innovative synergy of 100% natural premium quality essential oils ” Chamomile Roman, Blue Tansy and French Lavender” that facilitate the skin soothing and moisturizing process.
Colloidal Oatmeal – What is it?
Colloidal Oatmeal is a pretty amazing ingredient when it comes to treating eczema. When oatmeal is has been ground and then suspended in liquid, it’s known as colloidal oatmeal. This method allows the oatmeal to be more easily absorbed into the skin, which helps it to become even more effective at protecting and soothing.
Colloidal Oatmeal Skin Benefits
Studies have shown that it binds to the skin and creates a protective barrier against irritants while also providing additional nutrients. The protective layer created by the oatmeal helps retain the skin’s natural moisture. Oats are able to absorb water and bind it to the skin.
In addition to these calming effects, oatmeal also acts as a gentle exfoliator for skin, excellent for removing dead cells.
Some other benefits are:
Improves skin dryness and scaling
Alleviates itching and irritation
Repairs damaged skin
Moisturizes the skin
Reduces inflammation caused by acne
Helps soothe bug bites, burns and other skin irritations
Relieves symptoms of eczema, psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis
Anti-inflammatory activities of colloidal oatmeal (Avena sativa) contribute to the effectiveness of oats in treatment of itch associated with dry, irritated skin.
Oats (Avena sativa) have been cultivated since the Bronze Age, and have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. As a topical treatment, colloidal oatmeal has emollient and anti-inflammatory properties, and is commonly used for skin rashes, erythema, burns, itch, and eczema.
Aloe vera skin benefits
There are hundreds of studies that talk about aloe vera and its purported benefits. Most of them are proven, and a few are still being investigated.
The plant has been used for thousands of years. It has remained quite popular in traditional Indian and Chinese medicine and even in Western medicine.
Its use in cosmetics and other products started way back in the 1970s. The gel from the plant can treat inflammation and correct skin disorders. Research has a lot to state on its effects on diabetes and weight loss as well.
The plant contains over 75 powerful constituents – these include vitamins, minerals, enzymes, saponins, salicylic and amino acids, and sugars
Aloe vera is one of the best natural ingredients to boost skin moisture. Cosmetic preparations containing higher amounts of aloe vera could offer better skin hydration over longer periods.
The moisturizing properties of aloe vera may also help treat skin inflammation and minor irritations and burns. Another reason we recommend aloe vera for skin is its safety. In its case, very rare cases of contact allergy have been reported.
Topical application of aloe vera might be effective for treating herpes and psoriasis. We need more research on this, though. The plant can also relieve itching and inflammation associated with poison ivy.
Take an Oatmeal & Aloe vera Bath
An oatmeal bath helps to comfort compromised skin. But what makes oatmeal so healing for irritated skin? Oats can naturally hold a lot of water, thanks to the abundance of starches and beta glucans found in oatmeal. Oatmeal has a natural anti-inflammatory effect on the skin and can naturally soften the skin as well due to the phenols that are found in the oats.
- Avena Sative (Oatmeal( Colloidal
- Aloe vera
- Natural saop
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E,
- 100% pure synergetic essential oils.