Quest Products, Inc. introduces new ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray

New herbal product based on century-old Indian formula, offers non-steroidal, natural relief to millions suffering from skin conditions.

Quest Products announces the national launch of ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray, a spray formulated to help minimize the appearance of skin conditions often associated with eczema and psoriasis. The patented formula provides non-steroidal, natural relief and contains no parabens, no artificial dyes, and no artificial fragrances.

ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray contains extracts from twenty-five different herbs, and is based on a century-old formula that originated in India. The spray absorbs rapidly into the skin, leaving no greasy residue, and is great for both men and women.

ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray is a natural, organic, spagyric, herbal spray. According to, "'Spagyric' refers to the separation, purification, and recombination process during which an essence is produced. It is a natural method of health care based on medicinal plants. Any dangerous components are entirely eliminated during manufacture. Spagyric essences are harmless, with no known side effects and do not interfere with other treatments."

Eczema and psoriasis are common and often severe inflammatory skin disorders that affect millions. Many therapies are commonly steroid-based and often are largely ineffective, have significant side effects, and work for only short periods of time. When used correctly, the ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray and its micronutrients help skin regain and maintain health, when used as directed as part of daily skincare regime over 12 weeks.

"We are very proud to have a great product - one that can help so many people - available at so many locations, as well as online at," says Mike Brennan, manager of the ProVent line for Quest Products. ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray is available at CVS stores nationwide, Meijer and Harris Teeter, and through multiple online retailers.

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