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• Keratosis Pilaris (tiny, non-itchy bumps) • Exfoliating bar: Cucumber Oak Soap, Lavender Lilac Oatmeal Soap, Lemon Poppyseed Yogurt Soap, Oatmeal, Goat's Milk & Honey Soap, Ocean Mist Salt Soap, Peppermint Oatmeal. Follow with Luxury Lotion Bar.
• Eczema on Body • Jewelweed Itch Relief Soap, Lavender Lilac Oatmeal Soap, Oatmeal, Goat's Milk & Honey Soap, Ocean Mist Salt Soap, Peppermint Oatmeal Soap, Sulphur Shampoo (can be used as soap), Luxury Lotion Bar
• Prone to Ingrown Hairs • Shaving Soap, Old West Soap and any Exfoliating bar: Cucumber Oak Soap, Lavender Lilac Oatmeal Soap, Lemon Poppyseed Yogurt Soap, Oatmeal, Goat's Milk & Honey Soap, Ocean Mist Salt Soap, Peppermint Oatmeal Soap. Follow with Luxury Lotion Bar.
• Eczema / Psoriasis on Scalp • Sulphur Shampoo, Ayurvedic Shampoo, Chamomile Citrus Shampoo, Citrus Mint Shampoo, Eucalyptus Spearmint Shampoo, Lavender Dreams Shampoo, Rosemary Mint Shampoo, Silk & Protein Shampoo
• Oily Scalp/Hair • Step #1 - STOP USING DETERGENT SHAMPOOS • Step #2 - Use any of our shampoo bars. It might take a couple of weeks before your scalp gets the message to stop over-producing. Just wash with a shampoo bar whenever your hair feels like it needs it and you'll notice that you'll be able to go longer between washes once your scalp adjusts.
• Scabies / Mites • Sulphur Shampoo (use as soap on any affected areas)
• The following are not Emily's Homestead products but I recommend these steps as you try to rid any infestations:
-Change your bedsheets daily and your clothes and towels after every use.
-Wash all linens/clothes with hot water and dry on regular or high heat.
-Heat therapy: Try to sit in a sauna or hot tub (that uses bleach products) every day.
-Wash with our sulphur bar.
-Spray yourself, mattress, pillows and upholstered furniture you sit on with an enzyme product like Kleen Free Naturally at least once a day.
**NOTE**Research all of these tips for yourself to determine what will work best for you. I'm no expert; I'm only sharing because these are the steps that finally worked for me (Emily) once I realized that I'd contracted scabies from a hotel on a trip in 2022. It's a very stigmatizing and miserable condition that can affect ANYONE, no matter how clean you are. If this is you, I see you and I hope that the above routine can help you past this miserable time. It usually takes at least 2-4 weeks of this routine to notice it getting better - stick with it and good luck, my friend.