Hemp Seed Cannabinoids found to be supportive in the relief of eczema damaged skin, due to their anti-itch, anti-pain, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. Essential fatty acids may be helpful to alleviate dry skin and irritations by locking in moisture, balancing oil production, and supporting natural skin cell repair.
Tamanu possesses a unique fatty acid (Callophyllic acid) that supports the regeneration of damaged tissue. Tamanu's plant compounds were found to have anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, antifungal, and antioxidant properties that support the natural regenerative process of the skin especially damaged skin.
Lavender includes linalyl acetate, linalool, and geraniol that are traditionally known to have antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. They can support the reproduction of skin cells and/or their natural recovery process. Researchers found that Lavender might be helpful to lessen redness and irritation of the skin.
Frankincense has rejuvenating properties and is supportive to naturally heal wounds and improve skin tone, hence ideal for helping to repair eczema-damaged skin. It is used in face serums to rejuvenate skin from the inside out and this makes it very beneficial to use for eczema damaged skin.
Bergamot houses polyphenols, flavonoids, linalool, and carvacrol that have many beneficial effects on skin repair when used with high-quality carrier oils and are applied to the problem areas of the skin.
German Chamomile is very helpful for allergy sufferers in bringing relief and soothing to the affected areas. Many times it has shown itself to gently easing skin conditions and improving itchiness. The active ingredient most researched in this oil is chamazulene, and it is much higher in German chamomile than in Roman chamomile.