Did you ever had those annoying and bothersome rashes when you were little? Maybe your siblings did or your kids when they were little. How did you go about it and what did you do to lessen the itch so it wouldn’t worsen? I guess, I didn’t really knew the right answer until last week wherein we were invited to an event at the Alta Restaurant located in the posh grounds of the Ascott Hotel in BGC. Chesca Garcia Kramer and her beautiful toddler Scarlett were the product endorsers who graced the event and shed a little light on the product 🙂 Here’s a video of what Elica is all about.
What really is Eczema? What are it’s causes? Any adverse effects? and how to we cure it? are maybe some of the questions running through your mind right now. 🙂
Well here are a few answers to those questions 🙂
Eczema is a skin condition characterized by red, itchy, recurrent rashes. It typically begins either in early infancy or childhood and may persist until the adult years. Eczema commonly occurs in persons with a personal and/or family history of atopic dermatitis, asthma, or allergic rhinitis. The most common type of eczema is atopic dermatitis. Maybe you’re familiar with the symptoms 🙂 See for yourself if you have encountered it before by taking this short quiz right here.
You may now ask how it can be acquired 🙂 Here are just some of the conditions wherein we may be prone to contacting Eczema.
- Extreme temperatures
- Food allergens
- Household irritants such as dust mites and pollen
- Household chemicals and synthetic materials
- Severe sweating
Good thing there is an answer to all of these thanks to Elica all the itchiness will be gone and sweet dreams are a guarantee 🙂 Here’s a quick backgrounder on the product.
Elica is a topical steroid that is available over the counter (OTC); it can be bought without a prescription. It is specially formulated to help relieve symptoms of mild to moderate eczema, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis and other steroid responsive dermatoses. Elica has anti-inflammatory properties that help in decreasing swelling and redness. It also has antipruritic properties to help with itchiness. Elica is applied once a day to the rashes.
Elica is available without a prescription, in cream or ointment, at leading drugstores nationwide. Do not apply Elica for more than 2 weeks at a time. Elica is not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
To learn more about the product here’s a link to their Facebook page.