My book is No.1 on Amazon Kindle: How to Heal Eczema Naturally (well-being guide)

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I’m pleased to inform you that my eczema guide book has reached No.1 on Amazon.com’s Kindle store.

To celebrate this Kindle edition is FREE to own for today!

If you have a loved one suffering with this frustrating condition please do consider suggesting this title for them.

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How to Heal Eczema Naturally: a quick self-help guide to learn the secrets of healthy skin

This quick guide reveals the effective and surprising secret foods, drinks and creams that can rapidly improve your skin. For instance did you know that grapefruit juice can alleviate eczema? Read this book to find out the best creams and ointments you can buy at the supermarket to reduce skin inflammation. Learn the Miracle Juice Recipe to make at home to clear your skin. This book is the ultimate lifestyle guide to help you understand the unsuspecting factors that aggravate your eczematous skin and help you find the best products to use in your home to keep eczema at bay. This is a truly holistic and quick-read health guide to help you heal your skin from the inside out. Plenty of simple and easy tips for you to get started with today on your journey to reclaiming healthy skin!

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Eczema guide book: “How to Heal Eczema Naturally: a Quick Self-Help Guide to Learn the Secrets of Healthy Skin”

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This quick guide reveals the effective and surprising secret foods, drinks and creams that can rapidly improve your skin. For instance did you know that grapefruit juice can alleviate eczema? Read this book to find out the best creams and ointments you can buy at the supermarket to reduce skin inflammation. Learn the Miracle Juice Recipe to make at home to clear your skin. This book is the ultimate lifestyle guide to help you understand the unsuspecting factors that aggravate your eczematous skin and help you find the best products to use in your home to keep eczema at bay. This is a truly holistic and quick-read health guide to help you heal your skin from the inside out. Plenty of simple and easy tips for you to get started with today on your journey to reclaiming healthy skin!

I’ve written this guide as a way to reach out to eczema sufferers because I had it chronically for 20 years! I am now clear of it and it is extremely mild if it does arise during our British winter months. I would also urge loved ones and friends of people struggling with this skin disorder to get a copy for them. No harm in reading new tried and tested methods. Good Luck!

Product details

  • Paperback: 86 pages
  • Publisher: Nova Writ Press; 1 edition (3 Sept. 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0993408915
  • ISBN-13: 978-0993408915

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NEW Book: “How to Cure Eczema Naturally” Release Date: Thursday 3rd September 2015

Hey guys,

So my 1st Health & Well-being guide: “How to Cure Eczema Naturally: a quick self-help guide to healing your eczema and learn the secrets of healthy skin will be released Thursday 3rd September 2015.

Available in paperback on Amazon: 9781515146537 + ebook

Top 5 Tips for Healthy skin (for eczema sufferers):

  1. Moisturise your hands after washing them. A great hand cream is Neutrogena’s Norwegian formula concentrated unscented hand cream. A 50ml hand-size package can slip in your handbag to be with you no matter where you are.
  2. Drink green tea! It contains antioxidants, fights free radicals thus preventing damage to skin cells and tissue.
  3. Keep you home very clean! Dust, dander and pet hairs can irritate your skin so ensure to vacuum and wash your bed linens once a week to keep your home fresh.
  4. In the shower use a hypoallergenic shower gel like Sanex’s zero 0% once skin is cleansed add olive or coconut oil to dry patches and shower off.
  5. Use only a non-bio clothing detergent and a sensitive accompanying fabric softener.

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“How to Cure Eczema Naturally: A Quick Self-Help Guide to Heal your eczematous skin disorder and learn the Secrets of Healthy Skin.”

Hey guys!

I am pleased to announce that I have produced an ebook on how to naturally cure eczema. Having suffered this horrible and uncomfortable skin disorder since childhood I know how unbearable it is to live with and how complex it can be to fix. But through laborious trial and error I have healed my skin and no longer have eczema.

In my upcoming ebook:

“How to Cure Eczema Naturally: A Quick Self-Help Guide to Heal your eczematous skin condition and learn the Secrets of Healthy Skin.” 

Stay tuned and visit http://catherinevaughansworld.com/ to find out the official ebook release date for Amazon Kindle to purchase here:

Secrets revealed! -> Discover the best creams to cure eczema here:

S-T-O-P worshipping THIN PEOPLE / Ectopmorphs!!!

Why oh why is Western society so obsessed with thin people or rather skinny women? There is a slight culture of thinness amongst young adult men, but generally men’s fitness goals usually are centred around being muscular and lean and well-proportioned. Whereas women’s body goals appear to be centred around skinniness and big boobs. A woman with a healthy body shows signs of strong reproductive health thereby has a reasonably full chest, slim waist and full hips and bottom not overtly curvy but has curves and that includes fat generally all over her body including her thighs. That is normal and natural. But for some reasons women are obsessed with reducing body fat whilst desiring a full bust to attract men and sometimes physiologically that cannot happen as a reduction in overall body fat can lead to less bodily curves.

3 Body types - ectomorph, mesomorph and endomorph

We need to move on past these ridiculous dreams of thinness and thigh gaps and embrace being healthy women and accepting that as women we will naturally store fat. This is not about abandoning fitness or embracing only fuller figures it is about accepting nature and to stop striving to ‘correct’ our bodies.

It is time to embrace female mesomorphs. Women that have the broad shoulders and broad hips who even at they’re smallest weight never look skinny! Don’t get mesomorphs confused with those full-figured endomorphs like Kim Kardashian, Oprah and Meghan Trainor. Mesomorphs are celebrities like Britney Spears, Madonna and Jessica Biel. Notably these celebrities are paid to be in peak physical shape so although they are very slender it is a healthy muscular structure through fitness and nutrition and is not mere thinness through dieting.

Let’s embrace well-balanced bodies for once. Forget about proportions-we are all different some of us are hourglasses some pear-shaped but we can all have a balanced view of our own bodies and strive to be balanced with our food intake, physical activity and most importantly the amount of fat we have on our bodies. Ladies we are designed to have curves. It is normal to have fat on your thighs. Don’t beat yourself up over it! Just do your best to eat healthily and have those treats in moderation, exert some energy whether it be walks or gym time and learn to accept your body no matter what! If you don’t love your body now you never will even if you reach a ‘goal weight.’

 

Women’s Health: Ovarian Cysts.

Hey guys,

I wanted to discuss a particular concern of women’s health and something I too am undergoing. It is early days and I am yet to understand the ramifications of the bleeding cyst I have in an ovary. But I thought I would share this experience and how I came to learn of this cyst.

Disclaimer: This blog post is written by me and is solely about my personal experience with an ovarian cyst. I am not a trained medical professional and the content below is purely my own experience that I share with the aim to highlight a health issue. This article is intended to motivate and engage readers to become aware of their health and does not aim to be a medical reference nor present a cure to any health issues mentioned. All enquiries of health issue must be consulted with a trained and relevant medical professional.

It started with a constant bloating of my stomach whereby it never expands and contracts it was just always protruding out for two years regardless of diet, exercise etc and irritable bowl symptoms and painful bowel movements etc. It turns out these are one of many unsuspecting symptoms of an ovarian cyst. As this had lingered for so long I visited my doctor, subsequently had blood tests to check organs, diabetes and food intolerances i.e. gluten or dairy. Fortunately these came up as clear no issues with my blood. After that I had stool tests which is a test of your poo to see if there is an infection. Again that came clear and no issues with my stool despite the i.b.s. i.e. varying consistency of the stool.

Then came the ultrasound test. This is when a device is rubbed over your whole abdomen to check your organs i.e. kidneys, bladder, gall bladder etc. That came back fine no issues with my organs. At the hospital whilst getting the ultrasound the practitioner asked if it would be ok to proceed with a transvaginal scan. This is where a smaller ultrasound device is inserted into your vagina to get a scan of the womb. Fortunately I agreed and that was how the bleeding ovarian cyst was discovered. Initially I had presumed I had a digestive issue that was causing this constant stomach swelling. So it may be a cause for consideration for ladies out there to at least be open to scans if they are offered because such examinations are the only way to discover any internal bodily issues.

Tips & Advice for Pelvic Ultrasounds and Transvaginal scans.

Obviously a letter will be sent to you from the hospital regarding the prerequisites for the Pelvic ultrasound. In the letter sent to me I was advised to drink 2 pints of (only) water in the hour prior to the scan. My scan was due 4:10pm and I drank 1 pint bang on 3pm which was too early by 4pm I was b-u-r-s-t-i-n-g for the toilet and fortunately the hospital staff saw me 10 mins earlier bang on 4pm because I could not hold out another 10mins. 45mins-30 mins is probably the optimum time to drink gradually the 2 pints of water. I’d suggest 45mins prior to appointment drink 1 pint then 15-20mins drink another pint because it is a lot of liquid for your stomach to take in. Obviously hospital appointments may be delayed so keep that in mind because you must not urinate 1 hour before the appointment.

Good Luck to any going though similar issues or appointments-I hope this helps you in some ways. I have also shared more details on my Youtube Channel: Catherine Vaughan

I am due to see my doctor soon and have another hospital appointment in 12 weeks so I shall keep you guys posted!

Brilliant Hand creams for Eczema:

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As you can see my skin has areas of very mild eczema. The redness is due to the fact that As you can see my skin has areas of dry, flaky and red skin i.e. very mild eczema. The redness is due to the fact that yesterday I was cleaning and dusting my room which brings about a redness to my skin. 😦 Here are the two hand creams I use to manage dryness and prevent fare ups. (In the past I have had really bad bouts of it with deep cracks in the knuckles where the skin splits and it is as painful as it sounds!) This usually happens during the cold british winters and come spring and summer my skin gets dramatically better so these creams I am about to mention are for maintenance during the warmer seasons. In winter I use (sparingly) a doctor prescribed steroid cream: betnovate. JpegNeutrogena’s “Norwegian Formula Concentrated unscented” hand cream. If you have eczema or sensitive skin/other skin issues then buy unscented! This is a palm-sized 50ml priced at £3.69 from Boots. I use a 5p sized dollop all over hands and wrist on a daily basis x2-3 times a day.

The other cream is “Epaderm 2in1 emoillent and skin cleanser cream” 50g £3.49. I like to alternate between hand cream  usage e.g. a fortnight using Neutragena and a week on Epaderm. I find it keeps my skin guessing and the effects optimum. Both creams can easily be purchased in Boots and UK supermarkets. I hope this helps you with your skin queries.

UPDATE: My tips on healing eczema are found in my book.

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