Fulvic Acid and How it Helps Eczema

Original Blog by Molecule32 Skincare

Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a painful skin condition that results in patches of red, itchy, inflamed, cracked, and rough skin. Trust us when we say that eczema sufferers are often desperate to find relief. However, over the counter creams offer only some relief and prescription drugs may have serious and negative side effects.

Fulvic Acid helps to manage the underlying causes of the eczema, not just temporarily relieve the symptoms. Fulvic acid works on a cellular level through rapid penetration and hydration to restore moisture to your skin. It’s able to pass easily through the protective membranes into our body’s cells. As it penetrates through your skin, it brings in nutrients, minerals, and vitamins, while keeping others out. This amazing little molecule is able to transport over 60 times its own weight in vitamins and minerals into cells!

There are several reasons why scientists believe fulvic acid is such a life saver for eczema sufferers:

1) Because fulvic acid can remove toxins from the body, it may be especially effective if you have contact eczema.

2) The anti-bacterial effect of fulvic acid is thought to be attributed to its ability to balance of the pH in our body.

3) The anti-inflammatory effect of fulvic acid reduces the production and impact of inflammatory substances. As eczema is a skin conditions with inflammation, fulvic acid is indispensable in improving the health of the skin.

Though studies are still being conducted for fulvic acid, it’s safe to say that this miracle molecule should be given a chance by all eczema sufferers.

Shop Molecule32 Fulvic skincare products from our online shop today! 

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