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Information and products to help the itch of eczema, poison ivy, chicken pox, bug bites, and other skin irritations, through the natural healing of oatmeal

Colloidal oatmeal, also known by its Genus Species name, Avena sativa L., helps smooth and comfort  itchy, scratchy, and dry skin. Colloidal oatmeal is not a breakfast oatmeal and shouldn’t be eaten. To get the benefits from the oats, you add this all-natural product to your bath where its soothing effects take over when you relax in the tub.

Colloidal oatmeal is simply oats ground into an extremely fine powder. When added to bathwater, it creates a milky dispersion that prevents the oatmeal from settling rapidly. So the oatmeal stays in the water and doesn’t just sink to the bottom of the bath. When you get into the tub, the colloidal oatmeal feels silky, as it coats, moisturizes, softens, and protects your skin. You can make your own colloidal oatmeal if you like. The directions are here.

Colloidal oatmeal may work great to help relieve dry, skin patches (Eczema), psoriasis, acne, bug bites, sunburns, and other minor skin irritations. It may also help relieve chicken pox, poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, and other itching and scratching rashes. Since colloidal oatmeal has an anti-itch property that helps reduce the “need to itch,” soaking in the bath may bring soothing comfort to those infected. When your skin is itchy and irritated, its pH level may be higher. Colloidal Oatmeal may help bring the pH back to normal levels, taming “the need to itch.”

Run your bath with lukewarm water, and while the tub is filling, add a packet (two to three cups) of colloidal oatmeal under the faucet to help disperse the oatmeal. You may have the urge to take a hot bath, but this will only irritate the skin and remove moisture from your body, so a warm bath is preferable. Soak in the bath for ten to fifteen minutes. When you are ready to get out of the bath, BE CAREFUL. The bathtub will be slick from the oatmeal. When drying, don’t rub your skin since this can irritate the sore areas. Instead, pat yourself dry with a clean towel.

You can take up to three baths a day, depending on the severity of your condition.

Colloidal Oatmeal may work great for pets.

Colloidal Oatmeal may be safe for everyone, including pregnant women, for SOAKING. Some people have reported to use gluten free oatmeal, since there are people who may be allergic to the gluten. Do not ingest. Ask your doctor for further information.

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We are not doctors, so please talk with your physician about using Colloidal Oatmeal.

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