If you have already tried medications and creams and nothing has worked, maybe it’s time to try a natural eczema treatment. The natural methods will attack the underlying cause of the problem and not just the symptoms and will keep the eczema away for good!
Used in a variety of home remedies, oatmeal can help relieve intense itching that is caused by eczema. Works best when raw oatmeal flakes are mixed with bath water. Soak your body in the solution for 20 to 30 minutes for maximum results.
Vitamin E cream is an effective eczema remedy that has long been used by medical professionals for treating various problems, including scars of various types and other skin problems. Vitamin e cream is especially for eczema sufferers given the amazing ability it has to protect and enhance your skin. Vitamin E cream can help eliminate and reduce skin irritation and inflammation. Use of olive oil can also promote healing of eczema in children. Natural remedies involving usage of essential oils have always benefited to relieve such type of skin problems. Unrefined, cold pressed, extra virgin olive oil contains high amount of vitamin E, which is known to rejuvenate the skin. Topical products containing vitamin E are often used to maintain healthy skin. The moisturizing properties of olive oil alleviate itching, and provide softness to the skin.
Vitamin E can be taken orally or topically as treatment to eczema. The topical application of Vitamin E is simply through rubbing the substance to the affected area. This mode of treatment provides immediate relief to itchiness and the burning sensation brought about by your skin disease.
This home remedy is easy to make and is quite effective. Takes leaves from the spearmint and grind it into a mortar and pestle to create a paste. Apply it directly to the affected area and the spearmint paste may be diluted with water. Spearmint paste can reduce the sting and swelling that can be caused by eczema.
An eczema patient must take an enema if a diet of fruit and fresh vegetables does not help relieve his constipation. Walking or jogging should be resorted to in order to activate the bowels. He must walk at the rate of six kilometers per hour for at least two hours in the day.
Drink chamomile before you sleep. Chamomile is a good itch relieving option if you aren’t allergic to chamomile. I would suggest consuming a cup of chamomile tea before bedtime to help with the night time itching. For one longtime sufferer of eczema, this suggestion brought successful relief. For another, it brought about an allergic reaction. Thus, only use chamomile IF you are not allergic to it.