Are your eczema products FDA approved?
All of our All Stop eczema products are formulated and tested in FDA approved labs. They all complete meet all FDA guidelines and are completely FDA compliant. Our eczema treatment has shown effective for at least 20,000 customer. Trials and studies have shown the eczema products are 98.5% successful on eczema, hives, and dermatitis.Dermatogolist treatments have shown successful for only short periods of time if at all. Our epidermis easily becomes immune to traditional eczema products. Our Proecza cream has shown effect, even over time. You can find out more information about our eczema creams and eczema sprays by clicking here.
Over the counter medicine may be sold without a prescrption. Over the counter drugs are regulated by the fda to ensure the ingredients are safe but still effective when they are used without a physcian’s care. They contain active pharmaceutical ingredients. By regulating the ingredients, the fda allows drug companies to change combination of inggredients and formulas to make proprietary mixtures. Labeling requirements are also strictly regulated.
Most over the counter eczema products are sold in drug stores; but they can be sold by literally anyone such as supermarkets, general stores, gas stations. The rules on who the fda allows to sell over the counter medicines or ingredients varies from country to country.
Examples of approved over the counter ingredients are sunscreens, anti microbial or anti fungal products, internal and external anagesics, eczema or psoriasis topical creams, dandruff shampoos that contain coal tar and other types of therapeutic effects.
- Eczema (also called Dermatitis) is a form of inflammation that causes the skin to itch.
- Eczema can also affect adults but in them, it is quite a recurring chronic condition and the person may have to live the entire life with the disease.
- Eczema is an allergy of the skin that causes dryness, which will result in itching, bumps and scaling.
- Eczema affects both males and females alike and age is not a factor.
- That is why, eczema in often called as ‘the itch that rashes’.
- Eczema can also involve the face (especially the eyelids), and may be limited to the palms of the hands and soles of the feet in certain people.
- Eczema can be a difficult and embarrassing challenge for anyone, but for a person of color with eczema, there are multiple concerns including disfiguring discoloration of the skin (hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation).