Topical BioMedics Announces "Soothe the Skin They're in," a New Program for Children Who Suffer with Eczema

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Topical BioMedics, Inc., has initiated "Soothe the Skin They're in," a new program to help children who suffer with eczema. The company is committed to sending a free tube of Topricin Junior for Children to parents who have children afflicted with the skin condition to help relieve the pain and discomfort and help heal eczema rashes.

Sadly, eczema is the most common skin problem treated by pediatric dermatologists

Eczema is the most common skin problem treated by pediatric dermatologists

Topical BioMedics, Inc., announces its new program to help relieve the discomfort and pain of children who suffer with eczema by sending their parents a free tube of their proprietary topical product, Topricin Junior for Children. Formulated especially for a child's sensitive kin, Topricin Junior is a natural way to help the body heal the skin as it helps relieve itching, redness, pain, and discomfort.

The statistics are staggering. According to the National Eczema Association, there are 31.6 million people in the United States who suffer with eczema—and many of them are children.

Eczema is the most common skin problem treated by pediatric dermatologists. About 65% of their young patients develop symptoms before age one, and about 90% of them before age five. Adolescents and adults can also develop this condition, and individuals who had eczema as a child may experience reoccurrences later in life.    

A non-contagious inflammatory skin condition, the term eczema is derived from Greek, meaning "to boil out." The name is appropriate since to ancient medical practitioners the skin may have appeared to be "boiling."

Eczema can appear anywhere on the body or in just a few areas. Common symptoms include dry, red, itchy skin, bumps, and rashes, which can be oozing or very dry. In babies, a rash often appears on the face and scalp, but the symptoms of eczema vary from child to child, and rashes can be found on the back of the knees, bend in the elbows, trunk, wrists, hands, feet, and other parts of the body.

No matter which part of the skin is affected, eczema is usually itchy. But scratching can make the rash worse, and may eventually lead to thickened, brownish areas on the skin and/or cause an infection.

The National Eczema Association has given voice to the children who are afflicted with eczema, and the things they say can break your heart. Things like: “I feel uncomfortable in the skin I’m in.” “Eczema makes me feel left out and sad.” “Eczema is hard to live with.” “It hurts when people stare.” And, the simple, poignant statement “I feel bad.”

Unfortunately, the primary reason that most people remain suffering with eczema is because there is an incomplete understanding of the disease and what causes it. In addition, many of the Rx medicines for eczema and other skin issues have side effects, some of which are severe.

A child’s skin is more sensitive to pain than an adult’s skin, and they feel pain more intensely,” says Lou Paradise, president and chief of research, Topical BioMedics. “They are little people—not little adults—and adult medications may not be appropriate for them. Children need gentler, safer, effective treatments. Understanding and treating the cause of eczema, not just symptoms, is key.”

Topricin Junior for Children is made especially for children’s delicate skin, and is free of parabens, petroleum, and other harsh chemicals. Formulated with a combination of gentle yet effective natural biomedicines, it is historically ideal in treating pain and skin issues. Topricin Junior offers a safe, natural way to help the body heal the skin as it relieves itching, redness, pain, and discomfort.

A winner of the Parent Tested/Parent Approved Seal of Approval, Topricin Junior brings soothing relief and provides rapid healing for the pain and discomfort of symptoms associated with eczema ; rosacea; dry, cracked skin; sun and wind burn; bug bites; and minor burns.

“As a parent and grandparent, I know there is nothing worse than seeing your little one suffering in pain and discomfort,” says Paradise. “That’s why I am honored to offer a free tube of Topricin Junior to parents whose children are afflicted with eczema.”

Parents can receive Topricin Junior at no charge (just $1.00 for shipping and handling) by calling 800-959-1007 or visiting http://www.topricin.com. Offer good while supplies last.

ABOUT TOPRICIN JUNIOR FOR CHILDREN
Topricin® Junior for Children is specially formulated for delicate skin. Pediatrician recommended, this paraben- and petroleum-free formula treats pain associated with a wide range of common children’s injuries—without side effects. It’s perfect for muscle sprains and strains, eczema, back, heel and knee pain, and overall growing pains. Odorless and formulated for easy absorption, it’s also a multi-purpose healing cream for everyday bruising, scrapes, scratches, minor burns and insect bites. Topricin Junior does not contain any of the hazardous active ingredients found in many over-the-counter (OTC) oral pain medications, such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen, and uses no volatile oils such as camphor, menthol, and other irritating chemicals used in most OTC topical analgesics. Rather, it stimulates the body’s desire to heal the damage that is causing the pain. Recipient of the Parent Tested/Parent Approved Seal of Approval. 5% gross sales donated to pediatric cancer foundations. http://www.topricinkids.com

ABOUT TOPICAL BIOMEDICS
20 years in business and a Certified B Corporation, Topical BioMedics is a research and development leader in topical patented natural biomedicines for pain relief. The company’s flagship product, Topricin® Pain Relief and Healing Cream, was introduced in 1994 and is now a leading natural therapeutic brand. A combination biomedicine formula, Topricin has been awarded a patent for the treatment of pain associated with fibromyalgia and neuropathy, and was listed among the Top 100 Green Products of 2012 by Healthy Holistic Living.

The Topricin family of natural healing products also includes Topricin Foot Therapy Cream, specially formulated to treat painful foot and ankle issues and conditions, and Topricin for Children, which received the Parent Tested Parent Approved Seal of Approval (with 5% of sales donated to pediatric cancer foundations). Made in the U.S.A., all Topricin products are federally-regulated over-the-counter medicines with no known side effects, no parabens, petroleum, or other harsh chemicals, no grease, and no odor.

Topical BioMedics has assisted hundreds of thousands of people suffering with pain and those addicted to painkillers to achieve fully restored and robust healthy living. Because of the company’s experience in addressing the challenges of pain and addiction it has launched its “Get Relief, Give Relief” initiative: for every purchase of Topricin, Topricin Foot Therapy, or Topricin for Children ordered directly from the company, it will donate a tube of Topricin to a credible pain clinic on the customer’s behalf…Free. The company invites the public to join its army of pain relief warriors determined to help those in need by ending suffering and painkiller addiction and restoring hope and the joy of living life to the fullest. To “Get Relief, Give Relief,” order from http://www.topricin.com or call 1-800-LES-PAIN (537-7246).

Topical BioMedics now offers TopTrack, a new app for on-the-go pain tracking and monitoring. TopTrack is available free of charge for iPad via the App Store, and will roll out on additional devices in the coming months. http://bit.ly/1rIQD89.

Topricin is available in independent pharmacies, natural food and co-op stores nationwide, including Whole Foods, Sprouts, Pharmaca, The Vitamin Shoppe, Fred Meyer, Wegmans, CVS (Foot Care Section), Walgreens (Diabetic Section), and other fine retailers, as well as directly from the company.

For more information visit http://www.topricin.com.

SOURCES:
Topical BioMedics
National Eczema Association
KidsHealth
EMedicineHealth
WebMD
American Academy of Pediatrics
American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology

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