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Edgy Eczema | Body Oil, made by Tash

Updated: May 9

Introducing a soothing miracle worker: a luscious blend of nature's finest oils expertly crafted to treat psoriasis, eczema, or very dry skin. It is safe for most sensitive and inflamed skin.


I suffer from heinously dry and itchy skin during the dry Joburg winters, and this Body Oil is a skin saver! Add this all-natural body oil to your skincare routine seasonally or when you have flare-ups for intensive hydration, nourishment and relief from your dry or eczema-prone skin.


Edgy Eczema Body Oil

If you want to know more about eczema and psoriasis, please click here for information about what each condition is, how to treat them, recommendations for changes to diet and what supplements to include. I also talk about the harsh side effects of using cortisone treatments and how they thin your skin and contribute to premature ageing.


List of ingredients:


  • Almond Oil

  • Grapeseed Oil

  • Wheatgerm Oil

  • Sandalwood Essential Oil


Almond Oil:

Almond oil is a rich source of vitamin E, antioxidants, and fatty acids, making it an excellent moisturiser for dry skin. Its emollient properties help to soften and soothe the skin, reducing inflammation and irritation associated with eczema. Additionally, almond oil is lightweight and easily absorbed, nourishing your skin without any greasy residue.


Grapeseed Oil:

Grapeseed oil is known for its high linoleic acid content, which helps to strengthen the skin's natural barrier function. This lightweight oil penetrates deeply into the skin, delivering essential nutrients and hydration to dry skin areas. Its anti-inflammatory properties can also help calm irritated skin, relieving itching and discomfort caused by eczema.


Wheat Germ Oil:

Wheat germ oil is a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants. It helps replenish skin moisture levels, promoting elasticity and suppleness. The presence of vitamin E also aids in repairing damaged skin cells and reducing inflammation, making it particularly beneficial for eczema-prone skin.


Sandalwood Essential Oil:

Sandalwood essential oil is revered for its soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. It has a calming effect on the skin, relieving itching and irritation associated with eczema. Its rich, woody aroma also relaxes the mind, promoting overall well-being and stress relief.


How to use:

  1. Massage directly onto wet skin after a shower or bath. (The best time to apply a moisturiser to your skin is when it’s still moist). 

  2. Dry your body with a towel as usual.


STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE. USE WITHIN 1 YEAR.


For international shipping, please email me at tash@tashfromberg.com



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Disclaimer:

As with all new products you begin using on your skin, always try a small area first to see if any allergic reactions or breakouts occur. If you have any problems, discontinue use immediately. All of my products are for external use only.


If you are pregnant, please contact your physician before using any of my products - especially the ones with essential oils.


All of my products have been tested for months before they are added to my product line.

I cannot guarantee actual results on any of my products, as everyone's DNA is different - nor do I claim that any of my products have been FDA-approved. These are homemade products using all-natural products, as noted in the "ingredient listing" under each product sold.  Product claims and descriptions are based on research (by outside parties, internet research, etc.) on all of the ingredients in my products with a complete breakdown. If you have any questions about a product, please ask before purchasing. Remember - I am NOT a physician and can only offer personal advice from my years of experience. It is up to you to use your personal discretion when purchasing and using products from me.

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