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Ingredients are an important part of any skincare product.

We pay attention to the ingredients because we want to feel comfortable with whatever comes in contact with our skin and that it is safe; it will not irritate the skin, nor will it cause harm once absorbed into the body.

At LEMYKA, we understand the chemistry behind the ingredients and are highly selective when it comes to what we use in our products.

While natural and organic ingredients are preferred by us and many consumers, it is important to understand that even naturally-occurring substances can be made synthetically, and just because an ingredient is synthetic it does not mean it is toxic. 

We focus on scientific facts and data and make sure LEMYKA ingredients clean and safe.

Ultimately we want to make sure our products are compatible with the skin and show benefits with consistent use.

Baby Eczema Cream Key Ingredients

Eczema in Babies

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a common skin condition especially in babies. Symptoms include dry, itchy, or red skin. There may be noticeable dry flakes of the skin too. There is no cure for eczema, and it can be a lifelong condition. 25% of children have this, and it affects up to 60% of people in their first year. Infants do have a history of growing out of this with only 10-30% continuing with symptoms when they are an adult. 

 

A combination of the environment and genetics are mainly the cause of atopic dermatitis. The condition may also come about due to skin barrier problems and mutations from the immune system. There are still current studies on investigating the skin’s microbiome and how different viruses and bacteria affect the skin.

 

Symptoms of eczema in infants include:

  • Itchy rash on cheeks

  • Red, itchy rash on chin (drool rash)

  • Flaky skin and redness on forehead and scalp

 

Other similar skin conditions like eczema, or atopic dermatitis, include seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, ringworm, and tinea. Treatment for any of this is to soothe the symptoms and protect the skin to prevent the condition from reoccurring.

 

As for now, finding the best baby eczema cream can be daunting since there are so many different brands out there. Know what ingredients are safe, effective, and clean for your baby.

 

Safe, Natural Ingredients

The best for our babies comes from our Earth. These ingredients listed below are: 

 

Aloe Vera: Known for its effectiveness in fighting baby rashes, aloe vera cools and soothes irritated skin gently. The natural ointment can also soothe cuts, scrapes, wounds, and burns that your baby encounters. Aloe vera is safe on any part of a baby’s body, but still avoids the eyes, mouth, nose and ears. The best aloe is not from concentrate but all natural. 

 

Calendula: The vibrant orange flower is known to heal irritated skin safe for a baby’s delicate skin. The plant contains triterpene saponins and mucilage which includes softening and healing effects to the skin. This anti-inflammatory ingredient heals like no other.

 

Argan Oil: This organic oil is packed with nutrients, vitamin E, and fatty acids. Besides its amazing effects for healthy hair and skin, its health benefits for babies are also amazing. Argan oil for treating eczema reduces baby bumps and heals the itching sensation. It reduces rashes, scars, and improves the immune system. 

 

LEMYKA’s Clinical Findings

See a few of our own clinical results from customers who have used our products:

 

78% of babies with eczema experienced significant improvement after using LEMYKA Hydrating Cream twice a day for a month.

 

Overall, all LEMYKA products have clinically shown 80% visible improvement in eczema, rosacea, acne, psoriasis, and dry, sensitive skin. 


Check out our blog to learn more about eczema and our recommended products to treat your child’s condition.

Benefits of Sunflower Oil

Is Sunflower Oil Good for Eczema?

The sunflower is a native crop to the United States, and people often enjoy sunflower seeds as midday snacks. Sunflower oil also began to be sourced and is known today as food, medicine, and skin treatment. Sunflower oil contains vitamin E and vitamin K. Organic, cold-pressed oil is the best form for the skin.

 

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a common condition that makes the skin red, itchy, and inflamed. This would then lead to dry, flaky skin. Sunflower oil has the ability to help the skin make ceramide fats which are beneficial for skin hydration and skin barrier improvement. Other studies have shown that it reduces the skin to thicken and help with those who suffer from long-term scratching. Sunflower oil is a popular home remedy to ease inflammation of the skin.

While sunflower oil is suitable for most skin types, there is still a possibility for an allergic reaction. Test if you have any seed or nut allergies. Consult with your doctor or allergist to get necessary tests done. If you have known allergies to ragweed, you may also have sensitivity or an allergy with sunflower oil. 

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