Our honey healing cream can be used for a number of skin conditions and can be applied anywhere on the skin. Once the cream melts into the skin, a natural lipid bilayer will form to seal in the moisture and ensure the healing process.
For redness and itchiness:
Rub a dime-sized amount into the skin’s affected area 1-3 times a day. Add water or aloe-based lotion on top if desired.
As a skin mask:
Apply a thicker layer for a 20-minute mask, wash with a clean and warm towelette for a moisturized and smooth finish.
For general skincare and moisture:
Gently massage into dry areas of the skin until only a thin protective layer forms without too much excess product.
Other Ways to use Eczema Honey
Eczema Honey is safe to use on your entire body and can be used for more than just eczema. Some other ways to use Eczema Honey include:
- For psoriasis, dermatitis, rosacea, KP, sunburn, shave burn, rash, acne, boils, inflamed, dry or itchy skin
- To to take off makeup with cotton pad or ball
- To use as lip balm
Keep your honey healing jar in the refrigerator for a cooling and soothing creamy texture or in the freezer for a cold balm-like texture. Since our product is 100% organic and does not use toxic preservatives, we do not advise to store your jar at room temperature.
Testing for Allergic Reaction
A small percentage of people may have an allergic reaction to one of the natural ingredients found in Eczema Honey. As a precaution, please apply a small patch on an unaffected area first to see how your skin reacts. After a few minutes, if there is no redness or irritation you will probably not have an allergic reaction.