Results RNA, Rash Care Spray (2oz)$24.95
Provides Significant Rash Relief
Nutritional deficiency and toxicity are the major causes of most rashes as the body attempts to push toxins out through the pores of the skin. This process can cause redness, inflammation, itching, dryness and discomfort.
Rash Care® provides significant relief. Most rash products are topical applications, treating the rash as the root problem, instead of the rash as the symptom of the problem. Toxicity must be treated from the inside out, not the outside in. Cleanse the body of toxins from the inside, and provide significant relief to the skin on the outside. Combine Rash Care® with ACS 200® Extra Strength and ACZ nano® Extra Strength for a comprehensive detoxification and rash elimination protocol.
|Rash Care® results are fast acting and safe.|
|Usually significant benefit can be felt within the first few weeks of product use.|
|Continual use provides increased and continual benefit.|
|Rash Care® is a natural, herb-derived formula and has no side effects.|
No more capsules or pills. Results RNA® Intra-oral sprays are a new age in supplementation. Just spray, swish and swallow. Rash Care® has a mild, pleasant taste with a hint of natural mint.
Rash Facts by Lyn Hanshew, M.D.
What are Common Skin Rashes?
- Common rashes are often called dermatitis, meaning inflammation of the skin; they involve changes in the color or texture of the skin including skin redness or inflammation. Common rashes are also known as skin lesions, Rubor and Erythema.
The Most Common Rashes and their Causes:
- Contact Rashes - are common rashes often caused by dyes and chemicals in clothing, rubber, latex and elastic, cosmetics, soaps, detergents and plants like Poison Oak, Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac.
- Dandruff or Seborrheic Dermatitus - are common rashes associated with age, stress, fatigue, weather extremes, oily skin, infrequent shampooing and alcohol-based lotions.
- Other common rashes include Eczema (often associated with allergies or asthma), Psoriasis, Impetigo, Shingles and rashes caused by a host of childhood diseases like chickenpox, measles and scarlet fever. Medications can cause rashes as well as insect bites and stings.