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Hi there — Jill here, 

Since today’s Halloween, let’s talk about chocolate and sugar — before you get your candy. 

One of the triggers which can cause an eczema flare-up is your diet. 

Why?

Because many forms of eczema are an autoimmune condition. In a way, an eczema outbreak is almost like an allergic reaction. They aren’t exactly the same, but there are many similarities between them. 

And food allergens are one of the most common allergic reactions people have.

Here’s why I bring it up:

I saw a tongue in cheek post from someone with eczema recently about the best-tasting chocolate they’ve had in their life. And since today’s Halloween, I figured there isn’t a better time to share: 

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I’m ashamed but don’t regret it- dairy free diet for my skin lasted a whole 2 months before I folded and ate some chocolate.

Best chocolate I have ever eaten.

Will I suffer later? Probably. Was it worth it? Yes

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Here’s the context: 

Eating certain foods like sugar, eggs, and dairy can cause people with atopic dermatitis—the most common type of eczema—to erupt in a raging eczema flare. 

The best solution for these people is to cut triggering foods from their diet completely. But, as with any other major dieting change, that’s easier said than done. 

Sometimes you just crave chocolate enough to devour it and deal with the repercussions later. 

But maybe there’s a chance for you to have your cake and eat it too… 

Here’s what I mean: 

We recently introduced Free To Be Me Sensitive Skin Supplement to our store. It’s the first product we’ve created that tackles the root cause of eczema. And in the case of food allergens causing your eczema flares, Free To Be Me Sensitive Skin Supplement may help you eat chocolate (or any other allergen) without feeling the full force of your eczema. 

Now, don’t misunderstand me: 

It’s better to avoid chocolate, or whatever foods trigger your eczema, completely. But taking Free To Be Me Sensitive Skin Supplement may help you “get away” with sneaking a few pieces of chocolate here and there (without your eczema flaring up). 

It’s worth a shot — and much easier than depriving yourself of foods you love cold turkey. In fact, using Free To Be Me Sensitive Skin Supplement while weaning yourself off triggering foods (and replacing them with healthier alternatives) may help you simplify your diet. 

And you know what? 

Since we recently launched Free To Be Me Sensitive Skin Supplement, we’re still offering a 20% discount when you buy a bottle on Amazon.

Here’s how it works: 

Step 1: Head to Amazon and search for “eczema treatment.” You should be able to see our listing right away. 

Here’s what it looks like:

(This helps us rank higher on Amazon, which means more people who could benefit from Free To Be Me Sensitive Skin Supplement will be able to see it!) 

Step 2: Click the “Apply 20% discount” button to unlock 20% off: 

(Note: if you want a 20% discount on more than one bottle, you will need to create separate orders. Amazon only honors one discount per cart. So if you have two bottles in one cart, only one bottle will receive 10% off.) 

Step 3: Complete your order. 

Let me know if you have any questions! 

And Happy Halloween 🎃

Jill 

P.S. I also recommend ordering Mother of all Creams if you notice certain foods trigger your eczema. While Mother of all Creams doesn’t address the root issue of eczema, it does deeply penetrate your skin, providing immediate relief, moisturization, and proven nutrients which keep your skin healthy, happy, and beautiful.

>>Order Mother of all Creams here<< 

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