Oitment that works!!

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Claudia

Tilburg, Netherlands

#1 Sep 17, 2007
I have eczema in my face since seven years.
About six months ago I threw away all the steroid cremes that I had been using. Since that moment I am looking for natural ways to cure my skin because steroid creme is really very bad for your skin, besides, it doesn,t work.
The oitment I am using wright now is called: Xcel Neutraceuticals SO which contains only natural ingredients such as: Cocoa butter,Flaxseed oil, Olive oil, Tea tree oil, Green Tea extract, Saw Palmetto Berry extract and Vitamine E. I am using it for one week now and I can see really result, which makes me very happy. I am convinced that by using natural ingredients you can cure your eczema. The least you can do is read their site which is: www.xcelneutraceuticals.com and see for yourself. Good luck, I really hope that it will help you too!!
Claudia, from the Netherlands!
Tanya Twistleton

Glendale, CA

#2 Sep 17, 2007
Hi, Claudia, you are perfectly right about steroidal creams : more harm than good they do. But as for natural remedies, it's horses as they say for courses. I tried Cocoa butter-greet tea-palmetto vitamin combinations to no avail. The only thing that cleared my condition (and fast!) was anti-eczema cream/spray combination from http://www.champori.com
TT
muslim shahid

Houston, TX

#3 Sep 17, 2007
HI. Xcel Nutraceuticals SO is much more than the natural substances that you try to make mockery of. In fact Xcel SO contains 18 natural substances. But more uniquely these substances have been combined in a proprietary production process that lends itself to its outstanding efficacy. No other product is the more effective for eczema and psoriasis and I guarantee it. I should know for I have M.D. Shahid world renowned scientist and inventor (holder of almost 80 patents worldwide). As for your quote "it is what it isĒ: Nothing. You companies stop following Xcel Nutraceuticals all around the world trying to keep people from knowing that help has finally arrived.
Tanya Twistleton wrote:
Hi, Claudia, you are perfectly right about steroidal creams : more harm than good they do. But as for natural remedies, it's horses as they say for courses. I tried Cocoa butter-greet tea-palmetto vitamin combinations to no avail. The only thing that cleared my condition (and fast!) was anti-eczema cream/spray combination from http://www.champori.com
TT
Claudia

Tilburg, Netherlands

#4 Sep 18, 2007
Hi Mulim, I totally agree with you. I have done a little reseach about the ingredients xcel neutraceuticals contains:
* Flaxseed oil: this oil contains Omega-3 which the body converts to EPA and DHA oils. Then these oils are convert into specific prostaglandin which help to reduce inflammation and pain.
* Olive oil contains many fatty acids and anti oxydants that may add to the well being of a diseased skin.
* Tea Tree oil has antiseptic properties and has been traditionally used to prevent and treat infections. It is used for fungal infections. Tea Tree oil is a topical antibiotic and antifungal.
* Green Tee contains compounds called polyphenols which help eliminate free radicals. EGCG, a green tea polyphenol, reactivates skin cells and offers potential benefits for skin conditions including eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, wrinkles and wounds. Used topically Green Tea extract protects the skin from UVA and UVB radiation.
* Saw Palmetto Berry extract contains an oil with different fatty acids including: capric, caprylic, caproic, lauric, palmatic and oleic acid.
* Cold pressed coconut oil is a great source of caprylic acid, which is antifungal.
* Vitamin E keeps the skin moisturised which helps prevent the skin from drying and therfore reduces the need for itching, also it has antioxydant properties.
So now you now what is in it and how all these ingredients work! As I have said before, I am sure that natural products will help you much more as steroid cremes which makes your skin very thin and they have side effects on long term use.
JarodZ

Glendale, CA

#5 Sep 21, 2007
Claudia, your "research" looks like copy/paste technique. Sounds like you own Neutra-whatever-Ceuticals. Viral advertizing works!(unless of course the product is a total hoax)
We'll be watching your progress with great interest.
Moni2

AOL

#6 Sep 22, 2007
This was originally posted on this forum in May 06' this doesn't sound like a hoax....I have used the product also and it has worked for my children.

"Much controversy exist today between the use of synthetic products vs. "so-called natural" products to manage eczema and psoriasis. The safety of synthetics vs. natural should always be weighed before the use of any product or substance. Now I would like to say here that just because a substance is supposed to be naturally derived does not say anything about its safety. The term "natural substance" is used very loosely in the consumer market today. But in general a good definition for a "natural product" probably could be described as any substance who's basic structure found in nature and normal observed activity has not be adulterated by other chemical or process means. Yet regardless of a substance being classified as "natural" such substances safety should be investigated before its use for human purposes.
However, this by no means makes synthetic substances any more favorable for human use over natural products or natural based products (products where the major components can be classified as natural). It is very well known that long-term use of synthetic steroids causes serious side effects for eczema and psoriasis suffers. The use of Pimecrolimus (1%) has shown some significant success in the management of eczema but the use of this product also carries the risk of unwanted effects like herpes and viral infection. Recently, new long-term studies suggest this product may be linked to some forms of cancers. Thus, for those reasons mention people seek other alternative and "safer" solutions for the management of eczema.
At Xcel Nutraceuticals, our mission is to research and develop natural based products that will help people enjoy a healthier quality of life. A former leading research and development scientist who has almost 70 patents worldwide to his credit during his distinguished career in the oil and chemical industry founded Xcel Nutraceuticals.
At Xcel Nutraceuticals we have recently developed what we believe is a one of a kind natural-based product that will help people better manage their eczema conditions. Xcel Nutraceuticals Skin Ointment (SO) has been scientifically developed to reduce itching, swelling, and to heal damaged skin caused by skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis, and contact dermatitis. Xcel Nutraceuticals SO is a non-drug composition of plant, flower, and fruit extracts, natural acids, amino acids, natural hydrocarbon substances, and vitamins. All of the constituents of Xcel SO are known to have very low to no toxicity.
I encourage the readers of this forum to visit us at www.xcelnutraceuticals.com and learn more about our company and the products that we offer.
Thank you"
trudy

Glendale, CA

#7 Sep 22, 2007
Regretfully, nutraceuticals did not work for me. Their customer service refused to give me the money back and didn't explain to me why the product smelled like perfume.
Moni2

AOL

#8 Sep 24, 2007
Trudy I'm sorry to hear that however are you sure we are talking about the same product? Xcel Nutraceuticals ( xcel-n.com ) does not smell like "perfume". If anything you may want to wait a moment or two until the herbal smell goes away....which it does shortly after application. How did you order? Just want to make sure we giving feedback on the same Xcel SO.
trudy wrote:
Regretfully, nutraceuticals did not work for me. Their customer service refused to give me the money back and didn't explain to me why the product smelled like perfume.
Claudia

Netherlands

#9 Sep 24, 2007
Excuse me!!!It took me hours to research every ingredient, if it looks like an advertisement, I'm sorry but that's your problem not mine. I am still using it and it's still looking good.
DKR-Xcel Customer Service

Houston, TX

#10 Sep 29, 2007
trudy wrote:
Regretfully, nutraceuticals did not work for me. Their customer service refused to give me the money back and didn't explain to me why the product smelled like perfume.
We at Xcel Nutraceuticals do not have any records of complaints about Xcel SO in our files. No such records can be found of a complaint about a perfume smell associated with Xcel SO. In fact, on our website we specifically inform the buyer that our products have a strong herbal smell associated with them and that we encourage the purchaser to contact our office before purchase if you feel this may be an issue. We openly state we do not put perfumes or deodorants in the products because of potential irritation to some users. Therefore, itís not clear how you came to a perfume association with Xcel SO. Are you sure you have the right company? Do you have the right product? When did you order Xcel SO and when did you make your complaint?

As, for a money back guarantee this type of marketing scheme comes a dime a dozen. When you went to the pharmacist to purchase your last steroid prescription did the store include with your purchase a money back guarantee? Or maybe your personal physician. Did he tell you that if the prescription does not work you he would refund your money for the medication and his office visit? I think not. Always remember if a company offers you a money back guarantee chances are you paid for the true value of the product through shipping and handling charges. Most legitimate businesses donít carry with them hyped money-back guarantees. Now if a product is tainted or damaged then thatís a different matter. In that case a guarantee would be warranted. In the end itís up to the consumer to educate themselves to make sure that a product or service his right for you before making a purchase.

In any event email us at info@xcel-n.com with your complaint, the date of purchase, full name and address, purchase order number, and we will investigate the matter for you.
cjp

United States

#11 Oct 4, 2007
anyone know how to stop underarm itching under both arms ..
Daniel Rotariu

United States

#12 Oct 4, 2007
Mr. Shahid shut up and pass me haha
FUSTRATED MOM

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#13 Dec 20, 2007
I HAVE A 9MONTH OLD INFANT THAT IS A MEMBER OF A LARGE HMO THAT GIVES US A RUNAROUND BETWEEN PEDIATRICIANS AND DERMATOLOGISTS FOR HER ECZEMA. THIS IS A HORRIFIC EXPERIENCE TO HAVE TO HAVE AN INFANT CHILD TO GO THROUGH COUNTLESS DAYS/NIGHTS SCRATHING, RUBBING, AND CRYING AND LACK OF SLEEP AND END RESULT IS REDDENED FACE/CHEEKS/FOREHEAD AREA THAT ENDS UP BLEEDING DUE TO THE CONSTANT SCRATCHING. THEY KEEP GIVING DIFFERENT CREAMS, OINTMENTS, DROPS, AND CREAMS THAT DO NOT WORK. I HAVE FINALLY STOPPED THE MEDICATION WITH NO AVAIL TO RIDDING THE ECZEMA AND NOW HAVE CONSULTED AN HERBALIST FOR THE PROBLEM. THE HERBALIST IS TRYING HER ON SOME HERBAL DROPS FOR INFANTS, AND A CREAM CALLED GATORBALM THAT IS NON STEROIDAL AND HAS ALSO TOLD ME THAT PART OF HER ECZEMA IS DUE TO THE SOY FORMULA THAT SHE IS ON. NO DOCTOR HAS TOLD ME THAT WITH ALL OF THEIR EDUCATION.THE WILD THING IS THAT IF A CHILD HAS AN ALLERGY TO SOY SHE IS SHORT BECAUSE READING THE BACK OF ALL THE FORMULA LABELS THEY ALL CONATIN FORMS OF SOY LIKE SOY LECITHIN, AND SOY AND COCONUT OILS. VERY STRANGE TO ADD COCOUNUT TO FORMULAS AND BABIES CAN HAVE AN ALLERGIC REACTION TO THIS. PLEASE SOMEONE HELP ME AND GIVE ME SOME GOOD SOUND ADVICE, I AM A SLEEPLESS AND AT WITTS END.

Since: Dec 07

Bremerton, WA

#14 Dec 23, 2007
Hi Frustrated Mom,
I've had eczema since I was a baby and hopefully I can give you some tips.
For me, none of the creams, ointments, and drops (basically anything that was prescribed by my dermatologist) worked for very long. I learned a bunch of stuff from an allerginist that hasn't cured my eczema, but has helped it so much that I rarely break out.
-The laundry detergent that you use could be aggravating-use hypoallergenic with no scents and no fabric softener
-Use 100% cotton sheets and blankets (no wool/fleece)and also a lot of sheets for kids will be made with "scratchy" fabric that have really cute designs but the thread count is so low that it acts like sandpaper with very sensitive skin.
-The baby bath products could also be aggravating. Cetaphil and Eucerin products are great. Basically any lotions with perfumey/strong scents you should be wary of (that includes baby wipes-a friend of mine was complaining that her little boy had really bad diaper rash and that she's tried everything. I asked her what wipes she was using and she was using the lavender scented wipes. The diaper rash cleared up after she started using the wipes with no scent)
-Dust is another big big thing-dustmites can cause a lot of allergies as well as cats and dogs. Washing sheets like twice a week in hot water helps with this.
-When your daughter gets older and if this still persists, you should get her allergy tested (NOT a pleasant experience but worth it, for me). My dermatologist was REALLY unwilling to give me a referral to an allerginist.
As far as food goes, the allerginist told me that food intolerances were very hard to test for because the symptoms-ex: rashes-didn't develop right away. It could be a few hours or even a few days for the symptoms to arise.
I found out my body hates canned foods, also I can eat sprouted wheat bread with no reaction, but not regular wheat bread or pasta...Basically the more processed the food, the more likely I'll react to it. For your daughter, maybe experiment with foods to see how she reacts and keep a detailed journal?
As for infant formula, the herbalist could be right about the soy-why don't you switch formulas and see what happens?
My mom went through such a tough time with me, and so I can sympathize with you.
All the things in this post worked for me, but I can tell you everyone's different. I think switching laundry detergents to a hypoallergenic one with no scent and switching bath products are big. Those two could be a major cause.
Lotions are more tricky (EX: Some lotions marked hypoallerginic made me break out and I finally realized, when I was 20, that it was because I was allergic to shea butter) and you should try it, see if she gets relief from it, if not try something else.
The best thing you can do is try one thing at a time, so you can identify what works and what doesn't easier.
Allopathic medicine really doesn't do a good job with eczema and psoriasis since it is a chronic condition. I know all this stuff is very involved and somewhat labor intensive.
Since each person is different and one cream may work wonders for one person, but may cause another to break out, it can be stressful.
I also recommend that you see a Naturopathic doctor if possible since they can work wonders as well. A good pediatric Naturopathic doctor will really work with you as far as diet, medicine, etc for your little one. A lot of health insurances are starting to cover them as well. Maybe check your HMO? Best of luck. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!!!!
Wezekana

Spokane, WA

#15 Dec 23, 2007
I personally use Red Hibiscus flowers externally for treating my eczema.

Some alternatives (or herbal) remedies for skin disorders include...

Calendula - contains anti-viral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties and stimulates white blood cell activity to help promote healing. Caution : External application only.

Gotu Kola - stimulates skin cell regeneration and in clinical trials has been proven useful in treating eczema, cuts, scrapes wounds and adverse skin conditions and in more recent studies has shown promise in combating the effects of leprosy.

Aloe - has been used since ancient times to treat many forms of skin irritations and ailments.

Evening Primrose - contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a compound which has been approved in great Britain for the treatment of eczema.

Borage - contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).

Avocado - contains vitamins A, D and E, all of which help promote healthy skin.

Chamomile - contains the fungicidal, anti-inflammatory and bactericidal compounds bisabolol, chamazulene and cyclic ethers. Chamomile may trigger allergic reactions in some people.

Cucumber - has long been used to treat dermatitis, skin burns and wrinkles.

Purslane - rich in carotenoids which have been shown to enhance the skin's health and regenerative abilities.

Wild Pansy - has long been used as a treatment for eczema, impetigo, itching and other skin disorders. Germany's Commission E approves wild pansy for treatment of skin disorders.

Witch Hazel - rich in astringent tannins, tones the skin's blood vessels thus enhancing blood flow. Commission E has endorsed the use of witch hazel for the treatment of dermatitis. Caution : External application only.

Carrot - rich in carotenoids which have been shown to enhance the skin's health and regenerative abilities.

Walnut - Commision E recommends the use of walnut leaves for the treatment of mild superficial skin inflammations.

Pineapple - well endowed with AHA's (Alpha-hydroxy acids) that dislodge dead and damaged skin cells.

Tamarind - contains AHA's (Alpha-hydroxy acids).

Apple - contains AHA's (Alpha-hydroxy acids).

Grapes - contains AHA's (Alpha-hydroxy acids).

Sour milk - contains AHA's (Alpha-hydroxy acids).

Currant - contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).

Hops - contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).

Poultices combining any or all of the listed herbs are recommended.
XcelN

United States

#16 Feb 1, 2008
Frustrated mom do yourself a favor. Visit www.xcel-n.com.Pu rchase xcel so and get yourself a god nights rest.

MDS
XcelN

United States

#17 Feb 1, 2008
correction on site go to www.xcel-n.com .
SJScott

Marietta, GA

#18 Feb 18, 2008
I was just listening to you on the Warren Valentine show and i would like to know more about your product and possibly becoming a distributor i live in Atlanta and i'm starting a wig business and your product seems that it would be good for a lot of my clients cause alot of them have alopecia, please contact me, you gave out your phone too fast and i didn't get all my email address is hairspare4u@yahoo.com look forward to hearing from you.
Dee Dee

United States

#19 Feb 18, 2008
I heard the doctor also on Warren's show. The web-site is www.Xcel-n.com ...... I definitely intend to try it and see if it really promotes hair growth! it's worth a try.
jessica

Thunder Bay, Canada

#20 Jan 5, 2009
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