How to treat Eczema:

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic skin condition characterized by inflamed, itchy, and red patches of skin. It commonly affects infants and young children but can persist into adulthood. Eczema can occur anywhere on the body but is most commonly found on the face, hands, feet, and the inside of the elbows and knees.

Itchy Scalp Dry Skin Patches
ECZEMA ON SCALP
Skin treatment face.
ECZEMA ON FACE
Skin treatment body.
ECZEMA ON BODY
Skin treatment hands
ECZEMA ON HANDS

Treat Eczema with Bragan Skincare

Harness the healing power of snail mucin. This natural secretion, rich in glycoproteins, hyaluronic acid, and glycolic acid, offers potent moisturising and anti-inflammatory properties. By enhancing skin hydration and promoting cell regeneration, snail mucin helps soothe irritation, reduce redness, and repair the skin barrier. Regular application of snail mucin-based products leads to significant improvement in eczema symptoms, providing a gentle and effective approach to treating this challenging condition.

Treat Eczema with snail mucin.

Snail mucin offers several benefits that can help manage and alleviate the symptoms of eczema, primarily through its moisturising, anti-inflammatory, skin barrier repair, wound healing, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties.

Here at Bragan Skincare we have discovered a few very interesting things about the humble snail. We are not the first, 2500 years ago Hypocrattes was using snail slime to treateczema and other skin conditions.

When a snail damages its foot or its shell, it will secrete mucin (slime) to repair the damaged cells. We have thousands of snails at the farm where you can actually see where they have damaged their shell and repaired it with their own slime. It is this rejuvenating and repairing power that we at Bragan Skincare have managed to bottle into our products. Say goodbye to those minor imperfections.

Become one of the many people who have been amazed withe the results of using Bragan Skincare.

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