Why am I getting all over body itch
by Lorraine hughes
About 6 weeks ago my skin started to itch, at the beginning there was no rash, now my skin is red and little bumps, both red and like under the skin bumps, have started to appear on my skin, it is all over my body except my face. The itch is so intense it keeps me up at night, and is affecting my work. I’ve tried everything from antihistamines , moisturizers and even scabies treatment. Nothing is working. I’ve been to see a doctor three times, and still no help.
Thank you for trusting Colaz Wembley with your skin concern.
We are sorry to hear you are having problems with your skin and will do our best to help you with your current situation.
We have many clients that suffer with dry skin and sometimes this is caused due to lack of hydrating your body with water, hot showers and even
harsh chemicals in soaps/shower gels. We have many treatments to help ease this skin condition and would recommend you come in for a FREE consultation with one
of our highly experienced therapist so that we can asses your skin and have a better understanding as to why you are having this problem and decide which
treatment is suitable for you.
Itching your bumps will also irritate your skin causing it to flare up so in the meantime to help calm this down i recommend you use Aloe Vera Gel.
Aloe Vera Gel (available instore) has many benefits for your skin condition such as the following: Reduces inflammation, redness, itchiness and discomfort.
I also recommend you store the Aloe Vera Gel in the fridge as the cold gel will add to the relief when you apply onto your skin.
Also think about any changes that might have occurred in the last 6 weeks, have you changed your soap powder or maybe changed your diet? These can
all be contributing factors as to why you have your current skin condition.
Give us a call on 020 8906 4763 to book in for a FREE skin consultation and/or visit us at 17 Wembley Hill Road HA9 8AF
We look forward to seeing you.
Wembley Branch CoLaz
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