MARCHANT THERAPIES

The Dispensary of Hand Prepared Aromatic Remedies & Complementary Therapies

Soothing Dermal Cream Remedy

MARCHANT THERAPIES

The Dispensary of Hand Prepared Aromatic Remedies

LEVITIQUE

BENEFICIAL TO HELP AND AID IN THE  THE HEALING PROCESS FOR 
PSORIASIS, DERMATATIS & ECZEMA - CREAM REMEDY
100ml e

This remedy now comes is the form of a a cream as well as oil. 

Marchant Therapies ‘Lévitique’  cream remedy may be  described as a miracle remedy beneficial for all parts of the skin affected by psoriasis, dermatitis and eczema. We use 100% natural essential oils, some anti-microbial  – the essences extracted from plants, flowers, leaves, twigs, petals, fruits, seeds and trees, all which have been rigorously subjected to analytical procedures to establish their authenticity, composition and possible adulteration and contamination. Our essential oils used in the making of this remedy have been previously analysed by C.G.L.C (Capillary Gas Liquid Chromatography) to verify the oils purity.  Marchant Therapies ‘Lévitique’ psoriasis cream remedy comes in a white plastic jar with insert and lid for optimum application. Our remedy does not contain any harsh solvent chemicals. We are against animal testing.   Our ‘Lévitique’ cream remedy is hand prepared at our clinic in Broadstairs Kent prior to dispatch for quality and assurance purposes.

Please be advised, our Levitique  soothing cream is beneficial to help and aid in the healing process. Marchant Therapies do not claim that this remedy will heal the skin that is affected by either  psoriasis, dermatitis or eczema. This cream may be used along with any other prescribed medication by your general practitioner. We advise that you discuss with your GP before using our remedy as explained at the time of purchase. Marchant Therapies cannot be held responsible for the misuse of this product. Any advise given is that of a qualified Practitioner. 

Marchant Therapies ‘Lévitique’  cream remedy is presented with a certificate that has been digitally signed only to certify its authenticity and to prevent any imitations.

How to use this Product

Marchant Therapies – Lévitique – cream remedy is best applied preferably at night after taking a bath or shower.  Shake the bottle (oil only) to disperse the natural molecules, if using our cream base, please stir the cream using the spatula provided or as directed as advised when the product was prescribed.   Collect the desired amount into the palm of your hand and apply to the skin tissue area required, using a gentle circular movement or gentle patting movements to the required area to avoid irritation. Allow the remedy (Oil or Cream)  to absorb into the skin tissue and leave on over night. (In the morning take your normal washing routine and repeat if required) This remedy should be used on a daily basis for a period between 2-3 weeks for the full benefits. Leave for a week and then repeat.  (Please ensure you read the caution information below)  

For a Luxury Bath – Oil Remedy Only

Run your bath water as normal. Add approximately 5-10ml of Marchant Therapies – Lévitique oil remedy to 1 pint of normal everyday breakfast milk (any kind – powdered, skimmed, semi skimmed, full cream, UHT, Soya) stir and pour into the bath water.  This allows the remedy to mix with the fatty acids in the milk product as oil and water do not mix together on its own. Soak in the bath water for at least 15 to 20 minutes to allow the remedy to soak into the skin epidermis.  Do not rinse of or use any cleansing products.  Step out of the bath in your normal routine and pat your skin until dry with a clean towel. You may apply more of the remedy at this stage if you are going to either rest or retire to bed. Your skin may feel silky smooth, but remember the properties of the remedy would have been absorbed by the skin to help aid the healing process and for the skin epidermis to repair and recover.  

It is advisable to carry out a skin test before using Marchant Therapies Lévitique’  remedy to ensure you are not allergic to any of the ingredients. It is recommended you carryout a  skin test for a period of 48 hours before continuing with this remedy. Should you have any reaction, discontinue immediately. 

FOR EXTERNAL USE AND COSMETIC GRADE USE ONLY NOT FOR INTERNAL CONSUMPTION

I have listed the ingredients of components including the therapeutic properties which are beneficial to help aid the healing process and for your skin to repair and recover. Some of the properties contain antioxidants which help to stop free radical damage.

Ingredients and Components:

The essential oils are a volatile substances which have been produced by steam distillation from - flowers heads, fresh flowering tops, cold expression of the peel of ripe fruit, leaves, stalks, flowers, dried leaves, whole plant, heartwood and wood shavings, twigs, berries, dried fruit  This remedy does NOT  contain steroids or cortisones.


Almond oil - prunus amygdalus, Calendula Oil - calendulas officinalis. Olive Oil – olea europaea. Apricot Kernel Oil– prunus armenica. Jojoba Oil – simmondsia chinensis.   Organic Flaxseed Oil – linum usitatissimum. Borage Oil – borago officinalis. Organic Soya Bean Oil – soja hispida. Evening Primrose Oil - oenothera biennis, Parfum:  Pure essential oils – synergy: chamamelum nobile, matricaria recutica, lavandula angustifolia, citrus bergamia, pelargonium graveolens, pogostemon cablin, hyssupus officinalis, helichrysum angustifolium, rosmarinus officinalis, cymbopugon citatus, juniperus virginian, santalum album, melaleuca alternifolia, juniperus communis, daucus carota, menthe piperita, rose hydrosol, hammamelis virginiana, malus domestica,    

 Natural Chemical Constituents:

Hydrocarbone: Terpenes, Monoterpenes, Sesquiterpenes, Diterpenes – Oxygenated Compounds: Esters, Aldehydes, Keytones Alcohols, Phenols, Oxides, and some Acetates.      

 Therapeutic Qualities / Properties:

Antiseptic, Antiinflammatory, Immuno Stimulant, Soothing, Bactericidal, Antispasmodic, Diuretic, Rubefacient, Nervine, Tonic, Antibiotic, Cytophylactic, Parasiticide. Non-Toxic, Non Irritant, Non Sensitizing,  Anti-microbial , Hypotensive,  Insecticidal, Antiphlogistic, Cicatrisant, Anti-oxidant, Astringent, Fungicidal, Deodorant, Haemostatic, Antirheumatic, Restorative, 

 Contains:

Vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, E,  Protein, Minerals, Omega 3 fatty acids, ALA – Alpha Linoleic Acid Compound, GLA – Gamma Linoleic Acid,   Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids,

 

Other information / Caution:

 * Carry out a patch / skin test before using this remedy

 * Allergies - carry out patch / skin test as this remedy contains almond oil –    

 * Store in a cool dry place.

 * Keep out the reach of children.

 * DO NOT use this product on the skin if you will become exposed to natural or simulated sunlight. Keep out of the sun if you are going to use this remedy as it can cause photo-toxicity

* Use by expiry date as stated on the accompanied introduction letter / Product - label. 

* This remedy may cause the skin to overheat, thus exacerbating the condition -Discontinue using. 

* Beneficial for most types of skin.     

  

About Toxic Chemicals

 There are various courses of treatment including topical steroid creams and various lotions all which can be prescribed by your Medical Practitioner or Dermatology Consultant.  

 Some creams and lotions do contain molecules of natural moisturizers but do not contain water (H2O) the key element in treating the skin in general. Through research, scientist  have shown that bacteria is a contributrory and major factor in skin problems. Scratching and exposure to air microbial bacteria cause it to become an even bigger problem and skin products should have anti-bacterial microbial properties but unfortunately they don’t.

 When you bath, shower or just simply wash or use a cream or lotion, you could be using a skin care product that contains harsh chemicals or solvents  which interrupts the skins natural ph balance.  Even the cream and lotions labelled to help your skin still contain harsh chemicals unknown to you.


Other Helpful Information: 

What is Psoriasis

 Psoriasis affects over 10 million people in the UK and hundreds of million people worldwide. Psoriasis is a common, recurring condition in which the skin develops and is characterized by a reddish scaly rash or in some cases raised skin covered with dry, flaky silvery white that builds up on top of the dry plaques which are called (scales) which is composed of dead skin cells. The scale becomes loose and sheds constantly from the plaques. The plaques sometimes develop pustles or small elevations of skin that produce pus. Most often psoriasis is located over the surfaces if the elbows, knees, scalp and around the ears, navel, genitals or buttocks. The palms and soles may also be involved. Fortunately, the face is usually spared but in some cases psoriasis can develop.  The skin tissue affected with psoriasis is generally very dry and other possible symptoms include skin pain, itching and cracking. The technical name for plaque psoriasis is psoriasis vulgaris (vulgaris means common)

What causes Psoriasis

 We don’t know what causes psoriasis, but we do know something about its development. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that is cell mediated immunity by T lymphocytes - (White Blood Cells).  The epidermis or outer layer of the skin is constantly manufacturing new cells and shedding old ones. In psoriasis, it is thought that some defect of the enzymes of the skin alters this process. Normally, the development of the new cells, which grow out from the lower basal layer towards the skin’s surface, takes about 28days. In psoriasis, this process is speeded up to 4 or 5 days. Instead of shedding inconspicuously, the outer form scales, which remain heaped up on the skin. 

Hormonal Changes / Diet / Air Microbial Bacteria / Climate and Sunlight / Exposure to Sunlight or Artificial Ultraviolet Light / Nervous Disorders which can aggravate and perpetuate the disease / Skin care products including shower gels / shampoos / creams and  skin lotions all which contain some harsh chemicals.

Potential Complication

 Erythrodermic psoriasis: A particularly inflammatory form of psoriasis  that often affects most of the body surface. It is the least common form of psoriasis and most commonly appears on people who have unstable plaque psoriasis, where lesions are not clearly defined. The erythrodermic form of psoriasis is characterized by periodic, widespread, fiery redness of the skin. The erythema (reddening) and exfoliation (shedding) of the skin are often accompanied by severe itching and pain. Swelling may also develop.

The following can also have an affect

 Flexural psoriasis: A form of psoriasis found in the armpits, groin, under the breasts and in other flexion creases (skin folds) such as those around the genitals and buttocks. This form of psoriasis appears as smooth, dry areas of skin that are red and inflamed but do not have the scaling associated with plaque psoriasis (the most common type of psoriasis). Flexural psoriasis is more frequent and severe in people who are overweight because it is in the skin folds where it is particularly prone to irritation from rubbing and sweating. (Also called inverse psoriasis.)

Guttate psoriasis: A type of proriasis  characterized by red, scaly patches of inflamed skin on all parts of the body. It is associated with a lung infection in many cases.

Inverse psoriasis: Also called flexural psoriasis, a form of psoriasis is  found in the armpits, groin, under the breasts and in other flexion creases (skin folds) such as those around the genitals and buttocks. This form of psoriasis appears as smooth, dry areas of skin that are red and inflamed but do not have the scaling associated with plaque psoriasis (the most common type of psoriasis). Inverse psoriasis is more frequent and severe in people who are overweight because it is in the skin folds where it is particularly prone to irritation from rubbing and sweating.

Psoriatic arthritis:   is a chronic disease characterized by a form of inflammation of the skin psoriasis  and joints (arthritis). Approximately 10% of patients who have psoriasis also develop an associated inflammation of their joints. Patients who have inflammatory arthritis and psoriasis are diagnosed as having psoriatic arthritis.

The onset of psoriatic arthritis generally occurs in the fourth and fifth decades of life. Males and females are affected equally. The skin disease psoriasis and the joint disease arthritis often appear separately. In fact, the skin disease precedes the arthritis in nearly 80% of patients. However, the arthritis may precede the psoriasis in up to 15% of patients. In some patients, the diagnosis of psoriatic arthritis can be difficult if the arthritis precedes psoriasis by many years. In fact, some patients have had arthritis for over 20 years before psoriasis eventually appears! Conversely, patients can have psoriasis for over 20 years prior to the development of arthritis, leading to the ultimate diagnosis of psoriatic arthritis.

Psoriatic arthritis is a systemic rheumatic disease that also can cause inflammation in body tissues away from the joints other than the skin, such as in the eyes, heart, lungs, and kidneys. Psoriatic arthritis shares many features with several other arthritic conditions, such as ankankylosing reactive arthritis and arthritis associated with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.    All of these conditions can cause inflammation in the spine and other joints, and the eyes, skin, mouth, and various organs. In view of their similarities and tendency to cause inflammation of the spine, these conditions are collectively referred to as "spondyloarthropathies."

Exfoliate dermatitis:  also known as erythroderma is an uncommon but serious skin disorder that family physicians must be able to recognize and treat appropriately. Although the etiologic is often unknown, exfoliative dermatitis may be the result of a drug reaction or an underlying malignancy. The approach to treatment should include discontinuation of any potentially causative medications and a search for any underlying malignancy. One of the most common malignancies associated with exfoliative dermatitis is cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, which may not manifest for months or even years after the onset of the skin condition. Hospitalization is usually necessary for initial evaluation and treatment. In the hospital, special attention must be given to maintaining temperature control, replacing lost fluids and electrolytes, and preventing and treating infection. The long-term prognosis is good in patients with drug-induced disease, although the course tends to be remitting and relapsing in idiopathic cases. The prognosis of cases associated with malignancy typically depends on the outcome of the underlying malignancy.

Exfoliative dermatitis is a disease process in which most, and sometimes all, of the skin is involved in erythematous inflammation resulting in massive scaling.1 A variety of diseases and other exogenous factors may cause exfoliative dermatitis. Unfortunately, the clinical picture does not contribute to an understanding of the underlying cause. Therefore, it is important to identify and treat any underlying disease whenever possible and to remove any contributing external factors.

Cream £9.99  120ml e  /   Oil Dispender £12.00  50ml e

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You can only purchase this product if you are:

  • Being treated by Marchant Therapies Clinic 

  • Visiting the Marchant Therapies Stand at  Craft Fairs / festivals  listed in the main menu. 

All our remedies are hand prepared at our clinic. Our packaging and labelling is simple, this does not only help us to keep our costs low, but enables us to charge less to our paitents and customers.


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