Nature's Gold Therapeutic Skin Cream offers quick relief for many skin conditions resulting from Diabetes. The Manuka Honey in our Therapeutic Skin Cream is highly effective in controlling bacteria, including antibiotic resistant forms of Staphylococcus Aureus and the MRSA "super bug". It also moisturises and softens dry skin, reduces itching and assists wounds to heal with minimal scaring.
What is Diabetes
Diabetes is a chronic disease which lasts for a long time, often for someone's whole life. In people with diabetes, a hormone called insulin is no longer produced or not produced in sufficient amounts by the body. For our bodies to work properly, this hormone is essential for converting glucose into energy.
For people with diabetes, having too much glucose in their blood for a long time can cause serious complications, including foot and skin problems. Fortunately, most skin conditions can be prevented or successfully treated if caught early.
However, if not cared for properly, a minor skin condition in a person with diabetes can turn into a serious problem with potentially severe consequences.
"For 41 years I have been a Type 1 diabetic. As a result, healing, particularly in the lower leg and foot region, has been a major problem. The smallest scratch can be a major drama.
After trialing many creams with limited success, I was introduced to Nature's Gold Therapeutic Skin Cream. Since using your product, most cuts and scratches heal in just a few days and the condition of my browning and aging skin has been totally revived. Scarring has also been reduced leaving my skin looking much younger and healthier.
I have also suffered with unbearable itching from Psoriasis but using the cream straight after my shower has completely alleviated this complaint too. Your product has been a God send!"
Ken, New South Wales
What causes Diabetes?
Type 2 is the most common form of diabetes, affecting 85-90% of all sufferers followed by Type 1 which affects only 10-15%. The exact cause of Type 1 is unknown, however, it does have a strong family link and cannot be prevented.
Type 2 on the other hand, while there is no single cause there are well-established risk factors including family history of diabetes, over 55 years of age, are overweight or have high blood pressure.
Diabetes can affect every part of the body including the skin. As many as one third of people with diabetes will have a skin disorder caused or affected by diabetes at some time in their lives.
In fact, such problems are sometimes the first sign that a person has diabetes. Some of the common skin problems associated with diabetes include bacterial infections, diabetic dermopathy, fungal infections, athlete's foot, blisters, dry skin, foot ulcers, bunions and corns.
How can Diabetes affect the Skin
With high levels of glucose in the blood, your body loses fluid causing the skin to become dry. This occurs because the body is turning the water into urine to remove excess glucose from the blood. Your skin can also get dry if the nerves, especially those in your legs and feet, do not get the message to sweat. Sweating helps keep your skin soft and moist.
Dry skin can become red and sore and can crack and peel. Germs can enter through the cracks in your skin and cause an infection. In addition, dry skin usually is itchy and scratching can lead to breaks in the skin and infection. Blood glucose provides an excellent breeding ground for bacteria and fungi and can reduce the body's ability to heal itself.
Tips for Relief or Prevention of Skin Problems
Taking proper care of your skin can help prevent many of these common problems and/or treat them before they cause serious complications. Here are some tips for taking good care of your skin.
If you suffer from Diabetes our natural products are the perfect solution for your skin care.
To purchase Nature's Gold Therapeutic Skin Cream or our MANUKA POWER Concentrated ointment please use either our secure online shopping facility or, if you prefer, you can us phone direct on 1300 309 128.