Oats have been used by Egyptians and and Arabians since 2000 BC. The ancient Romans and Greeks also used oat baths to heal skin problems. Now people in the U.S. are starting to catch onto the amazing benefits of oats in skin care.
Skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, sores, sunburn and insect bites respond very well to the soothing properties of oats. Oats also help to moisturize the skin. How? Water is attracted to the skin and then held there by the oatmeal properties that bind to the skin. Whenever you bathe with oatmeal or use oatmeal in your soap its properties of cellulose and fiber bind to your skin, attracting water and making your skin more soft and supple.
Oatmeal also has anti-inflammatory properties, that make it great for irritated or sensitive skin. Oats have also been shown in clinical studies to help heal dry, itchy skin. If you'd like to find out more about the oatmeal soap shown above just Click Here
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