Another downside of my battle with leukemia, is that after extensive rounds of chemo and radiation, I was left with a severe case of eczema that has lasted for years. My doctors originally prescribed Triamcinolone Acetonide, but because it is a powerful steroid, I cannot use it every time I have a flare-up. So instead, I use ‘My Everything Cream,’ which contains Nilotica Shea Butter, a natural remedy for mild to moderate cases of eczema.

Pure, unrefined Shea Nilotica, like the kind we use in ‘My Everything Cream,’ is a powerfully moisturizing Vitamin A cream that has been scientifically proven to fight inflammation and even potentially help avoid skin mutations, like tumors.

My own results using Shea Nilotica, in addition to Royal Jelly, and Shea Olein, can be seen below.  On the top is what my thighs looked like before I started using ‘My Everything Cream,’ and on the bottom is how my skin looked after about two months of continued use. Not perfect by any means, but a helluva lot better than how I began. Some of the scars from this condition may never disappear, but at least I can expose my legs again without feeling self-conscious, and for me that is a definite WIN.





  • Same here Waverly 8. Growing up in the 80’s, folks thought Keri lotion and Vaseline were the answer to everything. But, because I also had dry, cracked, bleeding skin, Keri burned, and Vaseline was just too greasy. Plus, neither dealt with the itching and scars. So glad those days are over, and we have access to truly holistic and natural ingredients that actually work.

  • I had horrific eczema as a child and my face would be so dry it would be smooth and shiny and if I smiled the skin would crack. Back then I was told to use Keri but it never really worked. Wish we’d known about this when I was a kid.

    Waverly 8
  • My Everything Cream helped my 6 month old son’s skin as well. Steroids are terrible. If you can avoid using them please do. Google the use of steroids to treat skin conditions and you’ll see the dangers. Always ask your dermatologist if whatever they’re prescribing has steroids and if they off a non-steroid option.


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