Eczema and Dermatitis
Step 1: Cleanse
Eczema and Dermatitis: Proper skincare starts with cleansing. If you have eczema, avoid using soaps that can dry out your skin. Use a non-soap cleanser, because they are usually free of sodium lauryl sulfate.
Using only your fingertips or a soft washcloth, thoroughly cleanse your face, including your jaw line, neck, and in front of and behind the ears. There’s no need to use rough pads or scrub aggressively; this won’t get your skin any cleaner.
If you wear make-up, or if your skin gets extra dirty or sweaty during the day, do a double wash at night: cleanse, rinse well, and repeat. This ensures you cleanse away all traces of make-up, sweat, and dirt, every night.
Begin with make-up removal. Apply one or two pumps of Cannor cleansing oil into the palm of your wet hand, rubbing your palms together to emulsify it into a gorgeous and silky cleansing milk. Then gently remove all of the make-up with it.
After removing your make-up, use Cannor Blue Tansy cleansing balm to cleanse your face, neck, and décolleté. Massage a blueberry-sized amount into your wet skin, focusing on areas of make-up or congestion. Wet your hands, and continue massaging, then place a warm, damp, face cloth over your face and neck. Press, rinse, and repeat, until your skin is soft and happy.
Step 2: Moisturise
CBD can help to soothe eczema symptoms, such as itching and pain. Cannor Hemp Recovery Salve contains a high percentage of CBD, which has anti-inflammatory properties, and actively helps treat eczema.
Apply as needed, to dry and damaged skin. Can be used for your face or body, and even around your eyes and on your lips.
This organic balm is rich in vitamins and minerals that your skin needs, in order to heal from the inside out. It acts as a natural hydrating agent that penetrates through the surface of the skin, without clogging pores.