Can this be used during an eczema flare up?
Yes, after you purchase My Mia's Eczema Relief Kit - You will be provided with detailed information about how to use each product during each phase of your eczema.
During an eczema flare up, we recommend:
Step 1: Bath in Eczema Bath Salts (for a maximum of 4 days)
Step 2: Treat the eczema flare up with Level 2 Eczema Relief & moisturise with My Mia's Skin Repair & Barrier Cream
Step 3: As your flare up calms down, you can use Eczema Relief Level 1 as a daily eczema presentation cream. This cream is also helpful for eczema on your face, scalp and is an excellent hand cream.
Why does eczema become worse in Winter - can My Mia's help?
Mia would ALWAYS struggle with eczema flare ups during Winter. I found this was because she was always wearing long sleeves and her body was warm (which dried her skin out even more). As she continued to itch her skin, it became a downward spiral.
There is also allot to say about exposing your skin (for short periods of time) to our beautiful sun for some natural vitamin d. This is another element missing during Winter.
My Mia's will help you calm your eczema flare up. And our Skin Repair & Barrier cream provides an intense level of hydration which protects the skin from drying out.
Can these products be used during pregnancy?
We have babies (from 3+ months) using My Mia's and they have reported amazing results. As every person is unique, we cannot make any medical recommendations - What we have done is provided you with our full ingredients list, so that you may discuss every option with your Doctor and make the right decision for you.
How can a product that can be used for a baby, also be helpful for an adult or someone with severe eczema?
This is a fair question. For a baby or child using the My Mia's Skin Relief products is sufficient to calm down eczema symptoms and prevent flare ups.
However for someone suffering with severe eczema (like Mia) or an adult who has struggled with eczema their whole life My Mia's Skin Relief products are an excellent first line of defence. However, as their body is in a chronic state underlying issues with their gut health (microbiome) or weakened immune system may also need to be addressed (therefore a holistic approach needs to be taken to manage their eczema).