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The Natural, Miracle Cream to Remedy Your Eczema

Reviewing the skin-soothing Eczema Honey Cream I keep seeing pop up all over social media. Is it as good as I hoped it would be?

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One of my favorite things in general about the social media era we find ourselves in is discovering products I otherwise wouldn’t know about – such a this skin-soothing Eczema Honey cream.

After seeing the product spring up all over Pinterest, I absolutely jumped at the chance to try it out when they kindly offered to send me two jars for review.

As much as I loathe talking about it, I’ve battled eczema since childhood. It’s a pesky, irritating and somewhat embarrassing problem that’s followed me my entire life. I get patches on my neck and IN my ears, which is not only unpleasant…but has also made me even more prone to ear infections. Cute, right? Nope.

Truth is, I’ve tried many over-the-counter remedies through the years but have yet to find something that works as effectively as my prescription ointment. On the flip side, while my prescription does heal up my eczema patches – my doctor cautions me that it is not safe for daily use.

So here I’ve been living in a catch 22 state my entire life. The prescription works but can only be used as a last resort. The over-the-counter methods are safer, but ineffective. After working my way through all the drugstore eczema creams, applying tea tree oil and keeping my fingers crossed with cortizone creams, I’ve struck out across the board and lived my life defeated by eczema. *womp womp*

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After basically giving up on finding something over-the-counter to treat my eczema, I was thrilled when the Eczema Honey Co. team reached out to me over email. Their offer to gift me some product so I could share my thoughts with you was very generous and I was excited to try a whole new approach to battling my eczema. I’d exhausted every avenue I could think of and the sound of a natural, organic cream was truly music to my eczema-suffering ears and neck!

Reading about the skin-soothing Eczema Honey Cream online, I was happy to learn that it is:

  • Non-toxic
  • Gentle enough for daily use (unlike my prescription and other topical steroids)
  • Made of natural, organic ingredients
  • Not tested on animals
  • Available both with AND without almond oil for those with a nut allergy
  • Proudly made in the USA
  • Contains no added fragrance

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Smooth and Moisturizing

As soon as these arrived in the mail, I hopped outside with my camera to take these pictures so I could dig in. Instantly I fell in love with the texture of the Eczema Honey Cream and how smoothly it applies to the skin. I first applied the product to my hands to ensure the cream wouldn’t cause any added irritation to my already irritated eczema patches. Thankfully there was no concern there and I could tell that the “skin-soothing” cream was in fact very soothing.

The cream is also incredibly moisturizing! So much so, I found it works out very well as a hand and even a foot cream. I’ve used this on at-home pedicure nights, popping on freshly exfoliated feet. The ingredients are very nourishing, leaving smooth skin behind.

Where my prescription topical steroid has a way of drying away my already dry eczema patches, this cream takes an entirely different approach. The beeswax and sunflower oils are very nourishing. When massaging the thick cream onto affected areas, it almost feels like giving those patches of skin a much needed hug of comfort. It delivers the TLC your eczema so desperately needs.

Soothing Eczema

If you have eczema, I’m sure you agree it is a big pain in the arse and uncomfortable. Eczema patches can get quite inflamed, leaving your skin feeling irritated and even painful. At other times it’s itchy…which is a real problem as itching your eczema patches only further irritates the area.

When applying the Eczema Honey cream directly to eczema, I could tell an immediate difference.

That constant urge to pick or scratch at my eczema went away pretty much instantly, to the point where I was able to exist forgetting those areas were a problem to begin with. (A huge benefit. It’s bad enough having to deal with eczema, let alone having to be aware of it 100% of the time.)

As with any review here on DreaminLace, I like to test the product out over several weeks to really understand how well it performs. In this case in particular, I was really curious to see how well the cream would treat my eczema patches as well as prevent future breakouts.

Treating Symptoms

When applied to existing patches, the cream helped dramatically ease my symptoms! I used this both on my neck and even applied to my ear with my pinky finger. I was skeptical at first, but immediately comforted by just how quickly the cream goes to work. It really has a way of comforting the affected areas. It nourishes your skin, while also soothing irritation and effectively moisturizing those pesky dry, flaky patches.

Preventing Symptoms

Ultimately, I don’t think the Honey Eczema cream will cure you of eczema — but it works really well at holding off symptoms. It also works great in conjunction with a prescription if you have one.

My eczema is always at its peak in the summer for some reason and in the month+ of using this cream, I’ve been able to significantly scale back how often I rely on my prescription to manage symptoms. I’ve gone from applying my prescription 2-3 times a week, to only applying every two weeks. I’m also thinking that will only stretch out even further as I continue to proactively use the Eczema Honey cream.

The Cost

My prescription topical steroid co-pay runs about $30 so price wise, the Eczema Honey cream is very comparable to what I already pay for that. I’m also fortunate that I have eczema in relatively small patches (on my neck and inside my ear). So for me, it’s really easy to keep the cost down and make a jar last longer.

Those dealing with larger affect areas, though, might start to see it get expensive to use the cream. It is definitely more expensive than the over-the-counter eczema creams currently offered at the drugstore, although arguably more effective.

The upside is that the cream is thick and a little bit can go a long way.

Original v. Nut-Free

Since I was kindly sent both versions, I have been testing them both out to see if there’s a noticeable difference between the two. I’ve found they ultimately work very much in the same way. While the nut-free version doesn’t contain almond oil like the original, it is every bit as moisturizing and applies just as nicely.

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  • Price is $29.95 for 4 ounce jar
  • Made with natural, organic ingredients
  • Available both with and without almond oil for those with a nut allergy
  • Safe for daily use.
  • Safe and gentle for use on babies and young children
  • Gluten-free

The Pros:

  • Effectively soothes eczema symptoms
  • Keeps symptoms at bay when proactively used consistently
  • Very nourishing and comfortable to apply
  • More effective than other over-the-counter eczema creams at the drugstore
  • In addition to treating eczema, works well as a moisturizer on hands and feet
  • Fragrance-free
  • Not tested on animals
  • Doesn’t require a prescription
  • Now available at Ulta

The Cons:

  • At $29 a jar, can get pricey depending on how quickly you’ll go through a jar when treating your eczema
  • While moisturizing, the beeswax does slow down how quickly your skin absorbs the cream. Meaning you might run into issues applying this to areas beneath clothes if looking to use the cream before dressing for the day. It requires some patience.

All-in-all, I really do believe this cream works! No, it’s not an “cure” for eczema. You will need to continually apply to keep your symptoms at bay, but it does a really nice job at treating existing eczema patches as well as preventing them from recurring quickly.

I think the two jars I have will probably last me into October. From there, I definitely plan to purchase this on my own to be more proactive at preventing eczema…rather than just treating it as it springs up with my prescribed topical steroid.

It really is liberating to live life eczema free and I think this cream does a really great job of making that reality possible.


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Good Day Gracie

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Real talk. I’ve battled dry skin most of my life. If I’m not constantly moisturizing, I’m in trouble. The older I’ve gotten, the more important keeping my skin soft and moisturized has become to me knowing that the choices I make now affect my future. On top of having dry skin, I’ve battled “seasonal eczema” on the back of my arms for the past 10 years or so. It usually flares up in the fall and winter months. It’s rarely visible (except when I get out of the shower… hot water aggravates it), but I can always feel it and it drives me nuts. Recently, I had the opportunity to test out a product that I’m excited to share with you today, Eczema Honey.

Eczema Honey Co. has created a product that is not only highly effective, but is also safe and natural. The packaging states that it is a “miracle healing, bacteria fighting, honest moisture, itch cooling” 100% organic cream. I wanted to use this product for a solid month so that I could give an honest review. I’m so pleased with the results and am excited to share more with you about why I have come to love this product so much.

Ingredients:

Organic Pure Honey, Organic Almond Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Grated Beeswax, Organic Sunflower Oil, Colloidal Oatmeal, Pure Spring Water, and Optiphen.

In my attempts to switch over to more non-toxic and clean beauty/skin products over the past year, I was thrilled to find out that this product is organic, preservative free, and only has a few natural ingredients. In the past, I’ve used steroid creams, but with baby those are not as desirable for me to put on my skin because of potential transfer to Bodie when we’re cuddling and the possibility of what can absorb into breastmilk. I wasn’t able to use steroid creams when pregnant and don’t want to use them now with a newborn.

PS: There’s also a nut–free version for anyone who suffers from nut allergies. I was super impressed that this company created two versions of the cream so that people who may be allergic to an ingredient still have access to the benefits of this product.

Packaging and Application:

When I received the product, I was shocked at how small the container was. It’s a 4 ounce jar, but I’ve learned that a little goes a long way. The packaging is minimalistic and I like that. I’m always drawn to clean, simple packaging… anyone else?

I will say, this stuff does have a smell to it. It’s kind of a sweet, earthy smell and reminds me of honey or beeswax or something like that (fitting, right?). The smell does fade away after application. This product is a little sticky and you have to work it into the skin as it starts to melt on contact, but you get used to the texture after a few applications. A lipid barrier is formed to hold moisture in the skin. It’s important to keep the cream in the refrigerator as it is natural and without preservatives. The best thing about storing it cold is that it provides a cooling sensation to dry, flakey skin upon application and that is beyond refreshing.

eczema honeyAdditional Uses:

Obviously Eczema Honey is wonderful if you have eczema, but there are other ways to use the product even if you don’t. It works great as a deep moisturizer for really dry skin. My hands have been in rough shape lately… Luke has been calling me alligator hands and that’s embarrassing ha. My excessive hand-washing and sanitizing (newborn life, y’all… germs are not welcome in our house) and washing baby bottles and dishes has already caught up with me. I’ve started putting this cream on the top of my hands/knuckles and it makes a huge difference. The cracks heal faster and after several applications, I can really feel a difference in the texture of my skin.

You can also use Eczema Honey to remove makeup, as a lip balm, and as a deep moisturizing face mask. I’m all about a multi-tasker.

 Overall Thoughts:

I love it. Whether you battle eczema or just have dry, winter skin, I can’t recommend this product enough. It’s clean, safe for littles and adults, and it works. You do need to use it consistently to see results but, if you do, I think you’ll be very pleased. If you have any questions about my experience with this product, please do not hesitate to reach out… I’d love to chat more about it. You can also visit the Eczema Honey Co. website for more information about the product, read testimonials, see before/after pictures, and place an order if you’re interested.eczema honey

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Eczema Honey
Miracle Healing Cream

INCI - Ingredients List 9 components

Honey, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, Cera Alba, Sunflower Oil, Water, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sorbic Acid

Notable Ingredients

Niacinamide

Retinoids

Hyaluronic Acid

AHA (Alphahydroxy Acid)

BHA (Betahydroxy acid)

PHA (Polyhydroxy acid)

Antioxidants

Vitamins

Ceramides

Potential Hazard / Side Effects

No

No

1

  • Olea Europaea Fruit Oil # 3

No

No

No

No

No

2

  • Olea Europaea Fruit Oil # 3
  • Sunflower Oil # 5

No

Positive effects

5

  • Honey # 1
  • Olea Europaea Fruit Oil # 3
  • Sunflower Oil # 5
  • Phenoxyethanol # 7
  • Sorbic Acid # 9

2

  • Olea Europaea Fruit Oil # 3
  • Cera Alba # 4

2

  • Olea Europaea Fruit Oil # 3
  • Sunflower Oil # 5

1

  • Olea Europaea Fruit Oil # 3

1

  • Olea Europaea Fruit Oil # 3

2

  • Phenoxyethanol # 7
  • Caprylyl Glycol # 8

EWG Report

Low Hazard: 8

Moderate Hazard: 1

High Hazard: 0

Organic / Synthetic Ratio

Organic: 6

Synthetic: 3

Unknown: 0

Ingredients List 9

1.

Honey
Cosmetic active

CMG 0 Non cmg.

EWG 1 Safe

Moisturising

2.

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis
No information

CMG 0 Non cmg.

EWG 1 Safe

3.

Olea Europaea Fruit Oil
No information

CMG 2 Mod. low

EWG 1 Safe

Moisturising
Softening
Soothing
Anti aging
Antioxidant
Fungal acne

4.

Cera Alba
No information

CMG 0 Non cmg.

EWG 1 Safe

Softening

5.

Sunflower Oil
No information

CMG 0 Non cmg.

EWG 1 Safe

Moisturising
Soothing
Fungal acne

6.

Water
Solvent

CMG 0 Non cmg.

EWG 1 Safe

7.

Phenoxyethanol
Preservative

CMG 0 Non cmg.

EWG 2-4 Safe - Moderate hazard

Moisturising
Antiseptic

8.

Caprylyl Glycol
Preservative, Emollient

CMG 0 Non cmg.

EWG 1 Safe

Antiseptic

9.

Sorbic Acid
Preservative

CMG 0 Non cmg.

EWG 3 Moderate hazard

Moisturising
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Can Honey Really Clear Up Eczema

Is Honey the Secret to Clear Skin if You Have Eczema?

Honey isn’t just for adding sweetness to your tea. It’s become increasingly thought of as a skin savior, and it’s even been said to help patients struggling with eczema. There’s officially no cure for eczema, the skin condition that makes skin red and itchy, according to the Mayo Clinic. There are, however, plenty of treatments, including moisturizers, prescription medications, and a host of alternative options, like honey.

How the Kardashians Made Manuka Honey All the Buzz

It seems that honey is especially trendy in the skin-care world right now, but its cosmetic use goes back to ancient times, according to a study published in 2017 in Current Drug Metabolism. The type of honey that skin pros and celebs rave about today isn’t the same as what’s likely stocked in your pantry. Rather, they’re gushing about manuka honey, which is a kind of honey that’s produced by bees that feed on New Zealand’s manuka bush, according to the National Cancer Institute.

Nazanin Saedi, MD, a board-certified dermatologist with Jefferson University in Philadelphia, says many patients have asked her about honey in recent years, likely after hearing the Kardashians publicly praise it for its many purported benefits, such as moisturizing the skin, clearing up blemishes, and giving the complexion a glow. Kourtney Kardashian even partnered with the brand Manuka Doctor and became a global ambassador back in 2016, according to Women’s Wear Daily.

Manuka Doctor sells a version of Manuka honey designed to be added to foods and drinks, and the company also sells a variety of skin-care products. And they’re not the only ones. OY-L, Naturopathica, Kiehl’s, and Eczema Honey, among others, sell creams, cleansers, and other skin-care staples with manuka honey as a key ingredient. But you can also go the DIY route and apply the honey directly to the skin, either mixed simply with a little warm water or with a few other ingredients as an at-home mask. These products, other than those from Eczema Honey, are not designed specifically for eczema-prone skin but for improving skin in general.

Research Suggests Manuka Honey May Help Treat Eczema

Natalie Yin, MD, an assistant professor of dermatology with Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, says that honey can help treat eczema because of its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Those elements can keep skin issues from occurring, or, if issues have occurred already, they can minimize swelling or redness. While regular honey is well known for its antimicrobial properties, manuka honey is the “front runner of honeys for non-peroxide antimicrobial activity,” according to a study published in November 2018 in AIMS MicrobiologyAccording to the National Cancer Institute, manuka honey’s antibacterial properties come from its concentration of the dicarbonyl compound methylglyoxal and because it seems to release hydrogen peroxide. The National Cancer Institute also notes that the honey has been said to help with wound repair, which could help eczema patches heal.

Another plus for patients with eczema: Honey can help keep the skin hydrated. “Honey could work because it is an incredibly thick emollient that would help trap moisture in the skin,” says Daniel P. Friedmann, MD, a board-certified dermatologist with Westlake Dermatology in Austin, Texas. Trapping moisture is key, because patients with eczema are faced with skin that is unable to hold onto hydration, which keeps it from protecting against bacteria, allergens, and other irritants, according to the Mayo Clinic.

There hasn’t been much scientific support for honey’s effect on eczema, however. One small study published in 2017 in Immunity, Inflammation and Disease investigated the effect of manuka honey on 14 eczema patients. The study participants were asked to apply the honey to one affected area of the skin overnight for a week straight and leave another area of the skin untreated to serve as the control. The area treated with manuka honey significantly improved compared with the control.

But that study was too small to make sweeping conclusions. A study published in April 2019 in the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology explored a variety of alternative treatments for eczema and found that while there have been some positive effects with manuka honey, there’s not enough evidence yet to recommend it as a way to treat eczema. The study authors suggested that future research should involve larger sample sizes that reflect the demographics of people who have eczema.

Honey and Skin Care: Risks to Be Aware Of

Dr. Friedmann notes that it’s possible to have an allergic reaction to honey, particularly if you’re allergic to bees or pollen. As with most new skin-care products, it’s a good idea to do a patch test before fully embracing the product. Apply the product to an unaffected area of the skin and wait a few minutes to see if redness or irritation occurs. If your baby has eczema, note that honey is not recommended for infants under 1 year old, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Also, buy carefully, as not all products contain high-quality manuka honey. Look for the Unique Manuka Factor quality trademark. These products have been verified by New Zealand’s Unique Manuka Factor Honey Association.

Do Dermatologists Recommend Honey as an Eczema Treatment?

Dr. Saedi says honey works for some people, but she’s not fully on board. “Some people swear by it and think it's the best thing, but I don't personally recommend it as a product,” she says.

Dr. Yin says that while honey does have some great attributes, she warns people not to completely rely on it to treat eczema flares. “More rigorous scientific studies are needed to confirm its benefits in this setting,” she says.

Finally, Friedmann says he wouldn’t recommend it to patients, either. He says there are plenty of products available at the drugstore that would be able to just as good a job as honey without the mess.

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Miracle cream honey eczema healing

4,500 Reviewers Have Found Relief for Dry Skin and Eczema With This All-Natural Cream

Dry skin is so much more than just that. It can be an insecurity, a literal pain or itch, a hindrance to living our lives the way we want to. Whether we’re dealing with stubborn patches or year-round eczema, we’re always looking for a way to keep it away and keep it away for good. Prescriptions don’t always work. Sometimes, the solution actually ends up being all-natural!

The Eczema Honey Original Skin-Soothing Cream is an organic restorative cream that nearly 4,500 shoppers are hailing as a true “miracle” when it comes to soothing, cooling and moisturizing their dry, red and irritated skin. No prescription necessary! All we need to do is visit Eczema Honey’s website. This cream is only available directly from the brand, so don’t trust any wannabes on Amazon!

How to Use

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Reviewers can’t stop calling this cream miraculous, unable to believe the results they’ve seen, but seeing is believing! Many went to doctors, but all of their prescription creams ended up burning or doing nothing at all. One said that when they switched to this cream, their eczema calmed down “within three days” and hasn’t flared up since! Some are even noticing a difference in just one day. One shopper said this cream has “given [them their] freedom back,” and reading that makes our heart swell!

This non-toxic cream is rich with nutrients and gentle yet powerful gluten-free ingredients. It’s made with moisturizing beeswax, pure honey, a humectant that may help us stay moisturized, soothing almond oil and sunflower oil, which is rich with antioxidants to protect us from free radicals. This cream actually claims to “create a moisture barrier” on top of our skin that not only shields it from harm, but conditions it so it becomes stronger!

Eczema Honey

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This cruelty-free cream, which is handmade in the USA, can be used many ways. To soothe and cool either an irritated or itchy spot, we can take a dime-sized amount and rub it onto the area a few times a day. It may just melt into the skin. If we’re looking to use it as a general moisturizer, just rub it onto dry areas “until only a thin protective layer forms without too much excess product.” If we want a more intense treatment session, we can also use it as a mask! Just apply a thicker layer and leave it on for 20 minutes before washing it off with a clean and warm towelette!

The uses don’t end there. This cream can also be used as a lip balm to smooth out our smile and heal cracked skin! There’s another unexpected use, as well. We can actually use this cream to take off our makeup at the end of the day! Apply to face and wipe off with a cotton pad or ball for a softened, streak-free complexion!

If we’ve tried everything else and nothing has worked, this cream may seem heaven-sent. Luckily for us, we don’t have to wait around for a miracle to actually get our hands on it because we can just grab it whenever we want right from Eczema Honey! Relief is waiting for us — both mental and physical — so what are we waiting for? We want to add our own astonishing before and after photo to the reviews section too!

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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

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