Skincare for Eczema Prone skin

Supporting Eczema prone skin with an alkaline skincare routine will help soothe the skin. Within a higher pH cells have more Oxygen and energy allowing them to maintain healthier skin. 


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ALKALINE skincare benefit Eczema prone SKIN

At Sönd, we believe that our bodies (and our cells) are healthiest in an alkaline state. Sönd's alkaline skincare products work to keep our skin cells in their natural pH range, where they can function at their best.

More hydrated

A common symptom of eczema is dry skin, within a high pH cells have more Oxygen allowing them to retain more moisture.

Nourish Skin

Cells with a higher pH have a higher negative charge, which improves blood flow and helps nourish the skin.

Healthier skin

Cells have more energy at a higher pH which allows them to regenerate more effectively producing fresher looking skin.


what does ALKALINE skincare mean?

The concept of Alkaline may sound confusing but its quite simple, Alkaline refers to the pH level. While most skin care products have a lower pH of around 5.5, our range of products have a pH of 7.3 which is just slightly higher than water which has a neutral pH of 7.


to get the best results

The Sönd products were designed to be used as a skincare system and achieve the best results when used together. This is because most skincare today are acidic, and may disrupt the process of our products.  

We've put together some packages that will help you get started with the Sönd range, so you can benefit from the skincare system straight away at a level that suits your needs. They're better value too!

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Skincare for Eczema Prone Skin.

Eczema is a common skin condition. The symptoms are inflamed and itchy dry skin. This can appear in a number of ways including itchy rashes, which can be dry and scaly or blistered skin, which can be oozy and crusty. Eczema is often found around the knees, elbows, neck and hands.

There is no known specific cause of eczema and it may appear as a result of genetics, food sensitivities, reactions to household products and environmental factors. 

A strong skincare routine is a key way of controlling eczema. We would recommend a combined internal and external approach, including products and lifestyle changes.