Tallow & Eczema

Disclaimer: This is for informational use only and should not be considered medical advice.

If you suffer from eczema, you know how frustrating and uncomfortable it can be. While there are many treatments available, more and more are turning to a tried and true remedy: tallow. This animal fat has been used for centuries to soothe and heal the skin, and it may be just what you need to find relief from your eczema symptoms.

What is eczema and what causes it?

Eczema is a skin condition that causes red, itchy, and inflamed patches on the skin. It is a chronic condition that can be triggered by a variety of factors, including genetics, environmental factors, and immune system dysfunction. Common triggers include stress, certain foods, and exposure to irritants like soaps and detergents. While there is no "cure" for eczema, there are many treatments available to help manage symptoms and improve quality of life.

What is tallow and how does it work to treat eczema?

Tallow is a fat derived from ruminant animals for eczema that has been used for centuries. Tallow contains a high concentration of fatty acids, which are essential for maintaining healthy skin. When applied topically, tallow can help soothe and heal inflamed skin, reduce itching and redness, and improve overall skin health. Tallow also has antimicrobial properties, which can help prevent infections and promote faster healing.

What products might help?

To use tallow for eczema relief, start by finding a high-quality, organic tallow product. We recommend our customers use Alpenglow, a tallow balm infused with whole herbs. Apply a small amount of tallow to the affected area while the skin is damp, massaging it gently into the skin. Repeat this process as needed, especially after bathing or showering. Tallow can also be used as a moisturizer for overall skin health, so feel free to apply it to other areas of your body as well. As with any new skincare product, it’s always a good idea to do a patch test first to make sure you don’t have any adverse reactions.

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