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Many of us know the sensation of having itchy or irritated skin. Eczema is an inflammatory reaction of the skin expressed in symptoms like redness, itching, rashes, and skin flakiness, and may be the reason your skin feels itchy. This reaction can be temporary or chronic and is caused by both external and internal factors. Hereditary predisposition often plays an important role, too. Although there are many types of eczema and the manifestation of eczema symptoms can differ enormously per person, in general, it is said that most people suffering from eczema experience itching and red skin, sometimes even accompanied by blisters. 



Irritated, itchy skin requires specific skincare. Good skin care, sometimes with medication and some lifestyle changes, can in many cases keep eczema symptoms under control. Comme Ça offers several 100% natural and vegan skincare products that may help to calm skin with eczema symptoms. 



Our prickly pear seed oil is a very gentle, ecological face oil that works well to calm and soothe irritated skin due to its high concentration of linoleic acid (65-70%)[2]. La Prickly Pear Seed Oil is dermatologically tested and is an incredible moisturizer that softens the skin and is suitable for dry, sensitive skin and oily skin. It quickly sinks into the skin and doesn’t leave the skin to feel or look greasy. A wonderful choice when looking for a 100% natural skincare product for eczema skin.


Thanks to the linoleic acid content, this serum soothes the skin. This can be extremely beneficial to irritated skin. This 100% natural skincare product is dermatologically tested, vegan and cruelty-free, is a gorgeous blend of plant oils that moisturizes dry and sensitive skin, as well as itchy, irritated skin. Simultaneously, the vitamin E protects against premature skin ageing. 

Do you have any questions about this or another skincare related topic? We are happy to help you with any uncertainties you may have. Shoot us a message at, and we will answer your inquiry within 48 hours.


Psssssst! Browse through our articles with advice about other skin conditions, such as dry skin, hyperpigmentation, and acne, too!

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  2. Letawe C, Boone M, Piérard GE. Digital image analysis of the effect of topically applied linoleic acid on acne microcomedones. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology. 1998 Mar;23(2):56-58. DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2230.1998.00315.x.

  3. Vaghasiya, Yogeshkumar & RATHISH, NAIR & MAYUR, SONI & SHIPRA, BALUJA & Chanda, Sumitra. (2004). Synthesis, structural determination and antibacterial activity of compounds derived from vanillin and 4-aminoantipyrine. Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society. 69. 10.2298/JSC0412991V.

  4. Pascale Goyat, Lucie Brun, Sebastien Barre, George Rosson. Microalgae as sustainable source of powerful actives. (2014). Natura-Tec, France.

  5. Frederic Demarne, Ghislaine Passaro. Use of an Acmella oleracea extract for the botulinum toxin-like effect thereof in an anti-wrinkle cosmetic composition. (2009) Patent application.


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