People with eczema often search for a natural alternative for corticosteroid cream and ointment. PEA cream can serve as a natural alternative.
Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is a molecule produced by humans and it has a protective and constructive role.
The substance is fatty in nature and is produced in many of our body cells. Also the skin and nerve cells produce PEA to protect them against damage from ultraviolet light, lack of oxygen or too much glucose in the blood, as is common in diabetics.
Why use PEA cream?
In cases of chronic disorders, our body cells produce too little PEA, as various pharmacological studies have shown. In such cases it is good to provide the cells with extra PEA through supplements and creams. The cream that RS has developed contains, in addition to an exceptionally suitable neutral fatty basic substance, Boswellia, a natural herb and PEA. RS has chosen a relatively high concentration of PEA: 1.5%. This concentration is five times higher than in any other cream available abroad.
PEA cream for chronic disorders and pains
Recently, we discovered how many small and thin nerve tissues are found in the skin. These play an important role in chronic disorders and pains. Applying PEA cream is a great boost to skin cells and nerve cells in the skin.
Supplementing a PEA shortage with PEA cream
It is best to use PEA cream together with PEA capsules (PeaPure). This supplements the chronic PEA shortage internally and externally. PEA cream, via the skin, and PEA capsules, via the body, support the body’s natural healing process, based on the natural and pure products of RS.
PEA cream for dry skin, eczema, itching, psoriasis and haemorrhoids
PEA cream is a soothing and protective cream that can be used for dry skin, eczema, itching, psoriasis and haemorrhoids.
PEA cream is available without a prescription. There are various types of soothing and protective creams and PEA cream is one of them. PEA is a fatty substance that is also produced in the skin to protect it against various types of damage. Often, in cases of eczema, itching and psoriasis, too little PEA is produced by the skin cells. Applying this cream provides relief for these disorders. PEA cream contains only soothing and protective ingredients and hardly has any side effects.
If the cream does cause side effects, the most significant ones are very rare:
- Over-sensitivity to ingredients in the cream may occur in rare cases. You will notice this by skin irritation, hives and itching. If you are sensitive to one or more of the ingredients in this cream, then, unfortunately, you cannot continue using the PEA cream.
- Irritation of the skin due to one of the ingredients of the cream, especially in skin creases and other sensitive skin areas. Consult your physician if you suffer a lot from this. Possibly, another cream is more suitable for you.
Is there interaction between this cream and other medications?
In addition to PEA cream, you might be using a cream or ointment with highly active ingredients. Examples are an adrenocorticotropic hormone, a corticosteroid, such as hydrocortisone cream or triamcinolonacetonide cream. We advise you to first let one cream or ointment be absorbed completely before applying the other cream. Generally, a cream is sufficiently absorbed into the skin in half an hour, after which you can apply the next cream or ointment. For example, you can begin with the PEA cream and afterwards apply a medically prescribed hydrocortisone cream.
A patent has even been issued that states that when PEA cream is used, less corticosteroid cream or ointment is needed to reach the same result. The effect of using less corticosteroid is important for the skin, because it reduces the side effects of the corticosteroid cream.