Eczema in children - The Julius Roth Foundation


Julius Roth Foundation


The Julius Roth Foundation are leading practitioners in the treatment of childhood eczema.

Successful in over 80 % of cases.

We treat children world-wide.

Our unique formulations are based on European flower and plant extracts and the latest scientific findings.

Doctors recognise the Foundation's success in the non-steroid treatment of atopic eczema.

Julius Roth Steroid-free EczemaTherapy

Each of our therapy Preparations is unique, developed and tested by the Julius Roth Foundation.

  • We use the finest oils of Borage, Evening Primrose, and Avocado and natural, high potency Vitamin E.
  • We do not use steroids, paraffin oils and waxes, peanut oil, almond oil or lanolins.
  • Over ten flower and plant extracts are blended, in precise proportions, with selected oils to produce a range of effective bath additives, creams, gels and lotions.

Each child follows a carefully devised individualised therapy programme to swiftly alleviate itching, reduce inflammation, provide a degree of protection against infection, reduce the effects of free radicals, promote the rapid healing of damaged tissue and restore smooth soft skin.

 

The Julius Roth Approach to Childhood Eczema

The Julius Roth approach follows the long and honourable European tradition of using extracts of flowers and plants in creams and lotions to treat skin conditions. Our practice is based on hundreds of years of refinement and testing. But not only that, our research keeps us fully informed of recent developments so we are able to combine inherited wisdom with the rigour of science to the benefit of each child.

Recent advances in science mean that all the plant extracts which we use in our Preparations are of the utmost purity with all the 'goodness' retained.

This scientific approach also means that all our preparations are consistent and predictable in their efficacy. They reduce and in most cases eliminate the observable symptoms of eczema, thus skin health is restored.