AD RescueWear is proud to announce the Wrap-E-Soothe product line for childhood eczema have received the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance.
Products eligible for the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance are those that have been created or intended for use by persons with eczema or severe sensitive skin conditions and that have satisfied the NEA Seal of Acceptance Criteria. The following product categories are included: Personal Care Products, Household Products, Fabrics, and Devices. The Seal of Acceptance criteria includes a list of ingredients and contents that should be avoided because they contain known irritants. Depending on the product, the NEA Seal of Acceptance Review Panel considers testing data on sensitivity, safety, and toxicity, as well as the ingredients, content, and formulation data. Acceptance of a product means that the product has been evaluated to determine that it does not contain ingredients or contents that are known to be unsuitable for use by persons with eczema or sensitive skin conditions. For more information on the National Eczema Association and its Seal of Acceptance please visit www.nationaleczema.org.
AD RescueWear is the first U.S. Company to manufacture and sell specialty medical undergarments for childhood eczema. The product line includes the Wrap-E-SootheTM Suit for full body treatment, the Wrap-E-Soothe Tops and Bottoms and Wrap-E-SootheTM Sleeves for treating arms and legs. The Wrap-E-SootheTM products were developed by AD RescueWear in consultation with leading allergists. The Wrap-E-SootheTM products are made with eco-friendly MicroTENCEL®/lyocell fabric which is proven through verifiable testing to be superior for Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema and sensitive skin. TENCEL® is one of the softest fabrics in the world and has wonderful anti-itch qualities that soothe itchy eczema in children and adults.
The Wrap-E-Soothe garments for eczema can be worn over creams and emollients to soothe itchy eczema and help heal the skin barrier. They can be worn damp over creams and emollients for stubborn eczema. Wet wrap therapy and dry wrap therapy are excellent treatments for eczema and cut the need for drugs in kids with eczema. These treatments have been advocated by doctors for 20 years as a safe and effective treatment for eczema. New research has found that wet wrap therapy can reduce the symptoms of eczema up to 72% in just 5 days. Below is a diagram of the wet wrap therapy process for children.
If you would like more information about this topic or have any questions on wet and dry wrap therapy for eczema please visit www.adrescuewear.com