Skin Therapy CALM™ topical treatment for eczema, rash and dermatitis
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Skin Therapy CALM™ topical cream is our FDA registered OTC medicine for the symptoms of dermatitis, eczema, rosacea, poison oak and poison ivy.
- 8 powerful botanical extracts known in traditional medicine for their anti-oxidant and anti-itch properties and inflammation support.
- Certified gluten-free oatmeal, aloe and olive oil, to deeply moisturize.
- Niacinimide (Vitamin B) and Linoliec Acid increase lipids to improve skin structure and prevent moisture loss.
- Allantoin to promote wound healing
- Reduces inflammation & redness
- Improves dryness, flaking and cracking
- Addressed localized itching and histamine response
- Safe for use with children and non-greasy and safe for the face.
Formulated by the Dr. Dongxin Ma, M.D., LAc and PhD in Herbal Medicine, one of the world's foremost clinical experts in Chinese herbal medicine and a trusted authority on skin disorders. Skin Therapy CALM ™ has been used extensively in the AOMA teaching clinic and pharmacy in Austin, Texas and is now available online.
Works well alone but results are quicker and more complete with use of Skin Therapy CALM & DETOX™ capsules.
Frequently Asked Questions
Skin Therapy Calm Ingredients
Cork Tree Bark
Cork Tree Bark
(Phellodendron) kills germs, reduces redness and inflammation.
Helps control skin toxins and bacteria.
Honeysuckle is widely used in TCM for bacterial infections, skin rashes, and poison oak and ivy as it is one of the most powerful herbs for clearing heat and toxins. Recent research suggests that its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activities act to repair wounded and compromised skin.(8)
Honeysuckle is also an excellent source of antioxidants as it’s high in flavonoids and chlorogenic acid – the same powerful free radical inhibitor found in green coffee extract.
Pittany Root Bark
(Cortex DicaBarberry) Detoxify, Stops itch, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory.
(Arborvitae) strengthens immune system, antibacterial and antifungal properties.
(Giant Hyssop) anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal properties.
Helps clear heat and inflammation and antiseptic.
Skullcap is a powerful, proven cellular regenerator that helps restore your skin. Skullcap is particularly rich in a potent antioxidant flavonoid known as baicalin. Research has shown that baicalin helps repair DNA breaks so that healthy cells can provide structure, strength and resilience to skin. (18-19).
Obtained from the roots of the skullcap plant, baicalin increases skin cell life by restoring telomeres. Telomeres are found at the end of your DNA (like the plastic tips on shoelaces) and protect our genetic data, make it possible for cells to divide, and hold some of the secrets to how we age. Every time a cell divides, the telomeres get shorter. When they get too short, the cell can no longer divide. This shortening process is associated with aging and other diseases.
Baicilin is also shown to protect skin from sun damage. When researchers tried to age skin cells with ultraviolet radiation replicating overexposure to sunlight, the fibroblasts of skin cells treated with baicalin remained youthful and normal. The antioxidant power of baicalin protected the skin cells from free radical damage that causes premature aging of skin.(20)
According to the World Health Organization, skullcap has been used in traditional medicine to treat dermatitis and to stimulate the immune system. It’s known for it’s antiviral, antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. (21)
Organic Colloidal Oatmeal
Hydrates dry and sensitive skin, gentle exfoliator. GLUTEN FREE
Niacinimide (Vitamin B)
Increases the production of ceramides, lipids in the outer layer of the epidermis, that shield skin against moisture loss and provide barrier protection.
Coptis is considered one of the most potent heat clearing herbs in the TCM pharmacy and has many well studied pharmacological effects including antibacterial, antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, and immune stimulating. Coptis is one of the primary sources of the plant alkaloid, berberine, thought to be the source of its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties according to the University of Maryland Med Center.
In TCM, it’s frequently used for gastrointestinal issues, liver function and skin disorders. Recent studies support its traditional use, showing positive results for ameliorating oxidative stress of the skin (27) and improving acne by 45% after just four weeks of use. (28)
Promotes wound healing, increases collagen, anti-inflammatory.
High in antioxidants, Vitamin E and polyphenols, helps restore smoothness and protects against UV light and free radicals.
One of most important lipids supporting skin barrier health, protects again moisture loss and bacterial invasion.
Promotes wound healing and normalizes abnormally thickened stratum corneum.
Skin Therapy Calm + Detox™ Reviews
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2018
I have been struggling with eczema for about 5 years and this is the first product that does what it say it does. I have eczema pretty much all over my body in different spots my hands being the worse I am thrilled to say my hands have cleared up and I have not had a breakout. Thank You I can't wait for the bigger size.
Works extremely well
Posted by Gina - California on 5th Jul 2018
I have been using this cream as my daily facial moisturizer for a couple months now, it has worked wonders on my red, blotchy skin. A little goes a long way, LOVE the results!
Finally a cream that works!
Posted by Maria - California on 16th May 2018
I have a patch of eczema on my scalp fthat flares up when I am tired, stressed or overheated...this cream soothes the itch and stops the irrttation quickly. Added bonus, it is not greasy or sticky....thanks for the relief!!
So far so good
Posted by V on 20th Oct 2017
I have been using the cream for the last 4 days and it immediately soothed and healed the redness, peeling and irritation. I am impressed, it worked quicker then a prescribed topical cream. I have dermatitis on my nose, scalp and eyebrows; it is nice to slowly stop using steroid creams and shampoos. I like that a little goes a long way and it blends in well on my face.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Oct 2017
I like that there is only 3 ingredients. It soothes my skin instantly. The only bad thing is it is a tiny bottle. Not worth the price.
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