Herbal Supplement, Topical Treatment Available for Eczema, Urticaria

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Products containing synthetic fragrances, sulfates, and preservatives can exacerbate skin inflammation in patients.
Products containing synthetic fragrances, sulfates, and preservatives can exacerbate skin inflammation in patients.

Harmony Herbal announced the launch of Skin Therapy Calm over-the-counter (OTC) topical and Calm + Detox supplement duo for the symptomatic relief of rash, eczema, and dermatitis. 

Products containing synthetic fragrances, sulfates, and preservatives can exacerbate skin inflammation in patients. Both Calm topical and Calm + Detox supplements do not contain any steroids, parabens, sulfates, preservatives, petroleum, tree nuts, and gluten. 

The Calm + Detox supplements contain 10 super-concentrated botanical extracts that tackle immediate skin irritation and inflammation.

Each serving of 3 capsules contains 1995mg of the proprietary herbal extract blend, which include: rehmannia, skullcap, honeysuckle, milkwort, red root sage, among others. 

The Calm OTC topical contains 8 super-concentrated botanical extracts that calm inflammatory response by detoxifying root irritants and reducing redness and itching, while increasing moisture and lipids; botanical extracts include coptis, cork tree, honeysuckle, among others. The active ingredient is 1.0% colloidal oatmeal with added aloe and olive oil.

While the Calm + Detox supplements and Calm topical treatment can be used separately, patients may experience faster relief with dual use. The Calm + Detox supplements are supplied in 30-count bottles and the Calm OTC topical treatment is supplied as 1.5oz tubes.

Reference

Harmony Herbal launches skin therapy Calm ® and Calm + Detox®, the first herbal medicine-based supplement and topical combination duo to relieve the symptoms of rash, eczema, and dermatitis with a whole body wellness approach [press release]. Austin, TX: Harmony Herbal; March 8, 2018. Accessed March 9, 2018.

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