Remedies for Eczema

Eczema is a skin disorder that can cause a lot of pain, itching and discomfort. This is a guide about remedies for eczema.
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January 13, 2010 Flag

For eczema on the body, try putting a couple of cups of rolled oats in the sock of a panty hose and put it in your bath. This pretty much cured my niece's eczema and we had tried every cream and ointment on the market.

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April 3, 2010 Flag

My young granddaughter has bad eczema on the back of her legs behind the knees. Has anyone a remedy that will help? Is it due to the jeans being too tight on her legs. It is also, due to synthetic materials.

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April 11, 20100 found this helpful

I have had exzema for years and think I have tried everything. I have recently tried "Burt's Bees Hand Cream with Honey & Grapeseed Oil". It works great. It does have a little odor but it really works. Good Luck.

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April 18, 20100 found this helpful

I have it and so do my grand children. Wearing tight clothing doesn't help it keeps the heat in and the body temp needs to remain cool. Cool baths are great. Anything that keeps heat in shouldn't be used. Hence, rash develops and itching starts etc. I'm not much on home remedies especially on children so I use Eucerine creme not lotion and 3 times a day apply to effected areas.

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September 18, 20110 found this helpful

My elbows break out bad and I have been told that it is either contact dermatitis or stress induced eczema and nothing seems to stop the rashes. I have to use perfume free soaps and detergents and this helps. I have found that if I use just enough white sugar in some water to make the water sweet and put it on the rash and leave it, it seems to stop the itching which stops the scratching which seems to help the rash clear up faster.

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September 14, 2010 Flag

I am looking for good advice for eczema.

By Marcy from TX

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September 17, 20100 found this helpful

Eczema can also be caused by allergies. Dr prescribed a lotion that didn't help at all. Did some research and found out about the allergies. When I decreased the whole wheat products I was eating it went away completely and quickly. I only get it back when I eat whole wheat products. Check the list of foods that cause allergies, there are a lot of them. Good Luck.

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September 19, 20100 found this helpful

There are different types of eczema that are caused by different things and respond differently to treatments. I have two types: one is an allergy to metals. I break out if I wear anything that has metal in it (buttons, snaps, jewelry, etc.), the other is caused by an allergy to milk/dairy. Any type of lotion, ointments, or moisturizers, etc., makes mine much worse.

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My cousin used Crisco shortening on his eczema. I believe his was partially caused by a cat allergy. However, it worked.

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April 15, 2012 Flag

My husband has eczema in his hair. Can anyone suggest anything to help, and to stop the scratching of his scalp, and the flakes falling on his shoulders?

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April 15, 20120 found this helpful

Has it been diagnosed by a doctor. Several years ago I had a similar problem and when I couldn't take the itching any more I went to a dermatologist and found out it was psoriasis. He prescribed a shampoo and a lotion to apply to the area twice a day and in less than a month it was a lot better and three months later when I went back for a follow up it was completely gone and the doctor said he had never seen it clear up that well, that fast. I just thought it was a really bad case of dandruff which is something I had never in my life had. If it hasn't been diagnosed, it might not hurt to see a doctor.

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April 16, 20120 found this helpful

I am with redhatterb. This sounds more like psoriasis or maybe even simple dandruff to me. Not only was I a hairstylist for 35 years but my dad had severe scalp psoriasis which sounds like what your dear hubby has from your explanation. Please have him see his doctor or a dermatologist. There are several types of ointments, shampoos and/or oral prescriptions that will give relief that the doctor will recommend.

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If this is for sure eczema, you should see a dermatologist for special shampoos or whatever. However, if it could possibly be ordinary dandruff - which can be very itchy and certainly involves flakes! You could try some of the excellent dandruff shampoos.

I would start with Head and Shoulders. If that doesn't work, consult with your druggist as there are several good dandruff shampoos for different sorts of dandruff that you can try. If you have already done all this, it is time to see a doctor.

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January 2, 2007 Flag

I have eczema. I was wondering if you can use cocoa butter to help with eczema. I researched it on the internet but they wouldn't say what type of cocoa butter to buy. Can cocoa butter help with eczema? If so, what type of cocoa butter can i use?



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Kimberly from Columbia, SC

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January 5, 20070 found this helpful

Evening Primrose oil topically. They have it at vitamin shoppe. You can also take it orally. A need for essential fatty acid is a cause of eczema.

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I have had eczema for 42 years. I think I've had every treatment under the sun including perscription creams, soaks and even ultra violet rays. My excema was confined to my hands which was a nightmare. Even to pick up a cup, my hands would crack and bleed. The only thing that worked was steroids which couldn't be taken often. In desperation, I tried a cream that I found on the internet. It was offered for free with just the cost of shipping (samples). Cocoa butter never worked for me either. This cream is called yu-be and has been used in Japan for multiple things. It worked so well, that I am now a distributor. here is the link, you can search the site for a retailer near you. www.yu-be.com If you can't find someone, you can contact me at grammiecracker AT aol.com I think you can get the trial sizes on the site. Good luck, Daine

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January 11, 20070 found this helpful

I can't attest to this but I've also heard that you can use coconut oil for eczema. I recently purchased a small canister of some at WalMart for a couple of bucks over on the food aisle where the oils are. It can be ingested as well as used for cooking but is also supposed to be good for the skin. It comes in a solid form but will melt from the heat of your hand into a liquid form. I tried a little on my hands and they felt soft as a baby's bottom and not at all greasy. Might be worth a try.

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July 7, 2007 Flag

I looked up Excema on this site and seen a lot of helpful suggestions, I do have one question of the users of Noxema, do you just rub it in or do you wash the affected area with it? I have tried several things for my eczema and just bought the Noxema to try.

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July 11, 20070 found this helpful

I would suggest a product called Skin-Cap. It works for me!

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My grandmother had this so bad that it was from both knees to the heels of her feet, around both legs for many, many years until she was given instructions NOT to apply soap, but to just sit in a tub of warm, not hot, water that is soapy from the washing of the rest of the body. Then she was to use Hydorgen Perioxide when dry. Then after that was dry, she was to blow dry it and use Cortizone

cream just on the affected areas, applying with cleaned hands, which can now be purchased over the counter, provided there are no open sores that have gotten infected with bacteria. In that case, treat JUST THE SORES with Neosporin, but the remainder with Cortizone (Corticosteroid) 2-5%, I believe.

Bathe with mild Aveeno soap three times a week only, unless you work in soil or sweat a lot. If not, get some sun and make certain to add multi vitamins and minerals to your diet, along with some

Zinc for your skin, according to Whole Foods' Aternative medicine information. Do not scratch with your nail, but through a clean paper towel, and as little as possible. Do not cover unless absolutely necessary. The Cortizone cream should work, along with the mild Aveeno soap, designed specifically for skin disorders. I have Eczema in my ears and nose

that flair up often, but I cannot afford RX meds for it, so I just use Hydrogen Perioxide which does a good job untiil the next flair up. I suspect this disorder has something to do with dust/soil because my grandmother was, and I am, in the garden a lot.

Do not use body soaps, hand lotions, oils, or the like, until you have tried this regime. Good luck and God bless and help you. : )

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July 13, 20070 found this helpful

hey girl...get Eledel, prescription, its the best! takes care of the flaking, itching!

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February 18, 2011 Flag

Are there any home remedies for a toddler's extremely itchy eczema?

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February 18, 20110 found this helpful

Go to the health food store and get some shea butter. The real stuff is very thick and has a slight odor but it works.

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I don't know if it will clear the eczema up but if it itches my friend told me to make up a reasonably thick paste of bi carbonate of soda with water and apply whenever needed. It definitely helped me with the itching

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May 16, 2005 Flag

I have a question about the users of Noxema. Do you just wash the area with the Noxema or do you rub it in and leave it on? I too have tried all the cortisone creams and even prednisone (which I had a bad reaction to) so I am willing to try anything that is not going to thin my skin or drive my crazy. Thanks!

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February 2, 20110 found this helpful

For all that have been and are now reading this post regarding Severe Eczema:

UV Phototherapy should always be something you should try!

If you have had it with different topical coritcosteriod creams, pills, salves, and all that, you owe it to yourself to try jumping in a tanning bed 1-2 times per week for a couple of weeks and see what kind of reaction your eczema has.

I AM NOT A DOCTOR, and this is NOT medical advice, so that is my disclaimer.

But from a person that has suffered through this for years, I can tell you that UV Phototherapy has been the most promising!

Give it a shot, what do you have to loose? (your itchy, flakey skin, that's what!).

No, not a miracle, just something that has actually WORKED.

Don't burn your skin - that could cause many many more problems in the future.

Good luck to all that read this post!

www.skincell.org/community/i ... ID=1f079fa9ebdff7b5f3faa90e3dd48bc1;

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February 26, 20110 found this helpful

I have used Noxcema for over 40 years. I apply it after shower and I never rinse it off. I have always had flawless skin and still do. I am in my 50's.

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July 17, 20130 found this helpful

I just started using Noxema for my eczema and it is working better than anything I have tried, including prescriptions. Just rub it in, do not rinse off. Good luck and I hope it helps you as much as it has been helping me.

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February 18, 2011 Flag

Does anyone have a herbal remedy for eczema? My daughter suffers from eczema she has been using Protopic and now her immune system is breaking down.

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Herbal Remedy for Eczema

I've had off and on outbreaks for 15 years. The best relief I've found is in the tanning bed. 3-4 visits per week at 10-15 minutes per visit really helps to dry out the patches. For patches on the scalp I've recently tried Nizoral shampoo. It is listed as an anti-dandruff shampoo, but works great on my eczema. I bought the non-prescription strength at my local CVS, but you can also have your doctor prescribe it. (09/10/2005)

By Stephanie

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

As a child I was covered with eczema. The doctor suggested soaking in Epsom salts and voila. No more eczema. My friend's father used boric acid mixed into petroleum jelly and it worked for him. (09/10/2005)

By siris.

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

When we went to Hawaii a while ago, we got some Kukui Oil. It is fabulous! It is said to have incredible success for people with eczema, psoriasis, etc.
I'd check it out if I were you. This stuff is really nice. (09/11/2005)

By carolb

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

I had terrible eczema, and was taking flax seed oil for another health reason and my eczema went away. Since it always flares up and goes away I stopped taking the flax seed oil and it came back. I experimented a couple of times with this and then read that there is some research that suggests that flax seed oil prevents flareups. I am taking it now every day and have not had a breakout since.

I get mine at CostCo, but I'm sure you could get it at Target or a drug store. WalMart does not seem to carry it in my area.

But be warned, it is an excellent laxative. So if you have problems with diarrhea, I suggest increasing and lowering the dose until you can live with the side effect. It took me about a week and a half of experimenting until I found a good dose that did not give me stomach problems. (09/11/2005)

By sarah_bellum

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

I have a daughter who has mild eczema and the best treatment I have found for it is Eucerine cream. Multiple applications of an effected area, and in 1 to 2 days it is gone. (09/13/2005)

By mom

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

You should try using seaweed powder: http://www.seaweedpowder.co.uk/.

It works great at reducing the redness caused by eczema immediately and after a while it can cure it all together. (09/27/2005)

By ben123

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

First, a little background on myself. I've had eczema since I was a baby and it was bad enough when I was little that I got staph infections. The doctors all told me and my parents I would "grow out of it." Wrong answer. I still have eczema in the creases of my limbs (i.e. elbows, knees, ankles, etc.). Luckily, my boss has a sister who owns a company that sells products to make your own lotions.

Since my main problem is allergic reactions to the products in lotions, this was a life saver for me. I learned how to make lotion for myself and loved being able to experiment with different oils for a more moisturizing lotion. I don't currently do it because I don't have the time to make it, but I highly recommend it for someone who is extremely sensitive to regular products. One thing I have found to work for me is Cetaphil cream. It stinks because any lotion without fragrance stinks, but it is fantastic. I hate putting lotion or creams on because it's gooey and I hate the way it feels on my skin, but I can either live with the gooey skin or deal with cracking, bleeding skin. I think I'll take gooey skin.

A few products that I've discovered through my lotion making are:

  • kukui oil-expensive, but worth it
  • avocado oil-thicker and heavier, so you get a more moisturizing lotion or cream
  • emu oil-helps immensely, but I don't recommend just using the oil as it tends to solidify at room temperature
  • allantoin-this is a water soluble powder that helps so much with patchy eczema. You can either put it in your lotion when your making it (make sure and dissolve it in water first or your lotion will be gritty), or you can mix it with water in a spray bottle and just spray it on your patches. It was originally recommended to me for a nephew's diaper rash (clears it up almost overnight), but I love it to help clear up my worst eczema.
  • body butters, this isn't like the lotion butters you see in the body shop. It's simply solid vegetable butters (i.e. cocoa butter, shea butter, etc.) melted and put into a bowl. You scoop out some and warm it up in your hands before applying it to your skin. It works much like Eucerin or even Vaseline, but tends to soak into the skin better.

The website for the company I use (very reasonably priced) is www.thesage.com. They have products and even recipes for lotions, creams, and body butters. This was a life saver for me. They even have stuff so you can make your own soap. They also have standard lotion, cream, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and bar soap bases without any fragrance in them so you don't have hunt all around for fragrance free products.

Another thing that I love for my skin, but other people detest is lanolin. I buy the anhydrous (solid) lanolin, slather it on my hands, then put gloves on. The next day my skin is soft and starting to heal. I found out that lanolin works like a dream because I spin wool on a spinning wheel and noticed my hands were healing when I was spinning wool. You can use lanolin when making lotion, creams, and other things, but need to be careful because if you overheat it, it can get grainy and ruins the properties of the lanolin.

Sorry this is so long, but I hope this helps some of you. If any of you have any questions, please e-mail me through this site. (05/09/2007)

By sunshineKeri

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

My 8 year old has suffered from eczema since he was a baby, lately it has been really bad. I was told of an 'old wives tale' using porridge oats. I put a cup of porridge oats in a sock and run the hot water through it when running a bath, while bathing use the oat filled sock as a washcloth, after 4 or 5 nights I have noticed the redness is a bit better and he doesn't complain of itching. (02/07/2008)

By louiseypeezy

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

My son is 3 and has severe eczema. We are scheduled to see an allergist that specializes in pediatric patients, we have to go to Boston for this. We've found out a few things about this condition that some doctors don't mention and that is that after being on a cortizone cream for a long time the patient gets used to it and it no longer works. Which is what happened in my son's case.

There is a prescription called Atopiclare that is not a steroid instead it's a cream meant for eczema. Atopiclare is very expensive 150.00, I found that it works well on moderate eczema, but on the really bad spots it does not help. Flair ups from eczema are usually caused from an allergy. I believe it's best to figure out the cause first and try to avoid those things. Have your child brought to a allergist and tested for what might be causing his flair ups. Also, unless his eczema is fairly bad most doctors will simply treat it with a steroid cream. I'd insist he sees a specialist. Also I've had people recommend a naturopathic specialist. We have one not far from us; you might want to check for one in your area. We plan on visiting one if we can't get a solution from the allergist. Hope this helps (04/27/2008)

By cmkohnle

Herbal Remedy for Eczema

You might want to try Vanicream soap and Vanicream skin cream in large tub. It is fabulous for eczema. Buy at www.drugstore.com. (08/06/2008)

By Cathy from MA

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January 31, 2011 Flag

I have a question for the users of Noxema. Do you just wash the area with the Noxema or

do you rub it in and leave it on? I too have tried all the cortisone creams and even

prednisone (which I had a bad reaction to) so I am willing to try anything that is not

going to thin my skin or drive my crazy. Thanks!

Kelly from Miami

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I have eczema too and have since I was a teenager. In seeing numerous doctors and using

lots of creams I finally ran into a doctor that treated the problem not just with

topical creams. What you need to look at is food allergies. Wheat and dairy are a major

trigger for eczema, it's also considered an autoimmune disease. When I finally was

diagnosed with celiac disease (wheat intolerance that 1 in 5 people have, but don't

know it) and dairy allergy my eczema seemed to go away. I'm also an esthetician and run

into this problem with clients all the time. Try Cetiphil cleanser, stay away from

almost all drug store brands. They all contain high levels of alcohol that will just

irritate the eczema. The tanning bed does usually work for someone with psoriasis, but

not usually eczema. The other thing is that you need to treat it from the inside out and

that means taking supplements like fish oil (pure that you have to refrigerate and not

from Costco), evening primrose oil, and borage oil. A lot of companies sell it as a trio

so you only have to take one pill. You could also try www.eminence.com they have the

most amazing Hungarian organic skin care products. They smell amazing and most of them

won't irritate your skin. (07/05/2007)

By Brianne

Help For Severe Eczema

I've had eczema my whole life. I suggest Melaleuca brand lotion. I've tried various

melaleuca (tea tree oil) products, but this lotion works wonders. It is all natural and

is long-lasting. They have a website, I think it's Melaleuca.com.
Anyway, I had a horrible outbreak of eczema a couple years ago (brought on by my

allergies to cats and cigarette smoke) and it took me a year to get it under control. I

tried steroids and everything, but this Melaleuca lotion was the only thing that

actually worked and kept working. I still use it every day.

Other tips: avoid hot water, heat, sweat, anything that you have allergies to, itchy

materials, etc. I found that I'm not allergic to our dogs, but one of them has a short,

prickly coat. If I hold or play with him too long my arms start to get little bumps on

them and itch. His rough coat just irritates my skin. (11/09/2007)

By Rose

Help For Severe Eczema

I am 46 years old and have had allergic eczema forever. I never had any breakouts, I

have only had the itching from the inside of my skin until a month ago. For the first

time I broke out in weeping eczema (like poison ivy). I itched for a month. It was

awful. I had allergy testing done again and the derm did an environmental allergy test

(still waiting for the results on that).

I stopped taking my vitamins. They are red and I don't eat anything that has red dye

in it. The itching has stopped dramatically! Also, I started using Cerave. You can get

it at CVS or Walgreens, or you can go to their website and find the stores in your area.

Cerave is different from Eucerin or Cetaphil in that it helps to repair and rebuild the

skin barrier that is problematic for people with eczema. It has made a huge difference!

The skin that had the little bumps on it is now smooth after two days of using it. They

have a cleanser, lotion, and cream. I use the cream on the parts of my body that have

the weeping eczema. I use the cleanser all over, except for my hair, and I use the

lotion all over, even my face. The price is $11.99-$12.99 for a 12 oz bottle. It is

fantastic! I hope this helps someone. (05/07/2008)

By BRP

Help For Severe Eczema

Hi, I am an eczema sufferer myself (have had it since I was a few months old).

Last year, I had the worst eczema I could possibly imagine, I was unable to sit properly

(because of the eczema on my back), to lie down and sleep (slept in a praying position

for 3-4 months every night) and eat (because every time I opened my mouth, my skin would

crack and yellow "water" would ooze out).

Luckily I found a doctor that helped me. He didn't believe in steroids either. What I

had was called "chelation", and I still go and get treatments 1-2 times a week. It's

extremely expensive, but I'm all cured now except for a little stubborn eczema on my

arms, legs, and neck. It's tolerable though because I can fall asleep for the entire

night within no time now.

I highly recommend you to try out chelation treatments. You can google "EDTA" or

"chelation" for more information. Good luck to you on your search for a cure!

(07/23/2008)

By Tracy

Help For Severe Eczema

A lotion I like to use is Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula (Fragrance free). It really

helps keep it moisturized. But as far as getting it to disappear for a while, sunlight

is pretty much the only thing that has worked for me and watching out for irritants in

laundry soap and stuff like that. (12/23/2008)

By Kaitlyn

Help For Severe Eczema

I have had eczema since birth, now I'm 24. When I was a baby my parents would dress me

in cotton tights so that i wouldn't scratch myself to the point of bleeding, even in the

hot summer months. I was embarrassed all through school, so to all those younger kids

and teens, I know what it's like.

I used to make up stories all the time when kids asked me, saying I got poison ivy

and that it would probably last for a few months. The best thing that has worked for me

are the sun and salt water (being in the ocean) and going tanning (2-3 times per week).

I have tried every single cream out there, every prescription and non prescription drug.

The other thing is to avoid food coloring, which is unfortunately in almost everything.

Also try low sugar foods, and avoid high fructose corn syrup and very acidic foods like

tomato sauce.

Cakes, cookies and other sugary foods always made my eczema flare up as well as very

salty foods like Doritos and potato chips. Basically I try to stick to mostly fresh

foods, many veggies and fruits, as well as yogurts, fish and chicken, and whole grains.

Avoid hot showers, because although they feel nice they will make your eczema worse.

Lukewarm water is the best and cold water is great too. I hope I can help a few out

there.
(12/29/2008)

By Vera

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I have suffered from eczema for about 20 years, it is finally under control. It was so

bad that I was hospitalized for it as a teen and was on prednisone and antibiotics for

years. I now have to take probiotics because the over use of antibiotics has messed up

my digestion. I have found two things that has helped me greatly in the past couple

years.

1.) Shea Butter 100%, not the modified type used in lotions you find in the drugstore

or supermarket. I started using this around my eyes, because I was getting eczema under

my eye lids. Every time I blinked my cornea was getting scratched. The shea butter

helped bring down the inflammation. You would have to order it on line or get it from a

health food store. Try getting the one that is straight from Africa. I know that there

is an American Shea Butter Institute in Georgia somewhere. Perhaps they can guide you in

the right direction. The stuff is amazing!

2.) Bare Minerals. The powders are so great that if I'm getting a little red on my

face or hands, I sweep mineral veil on the rash and the next morning it's gone. It dries

up and the shea butter peels it off.

My Ophthalmologist is amazed to how well my eyes and the eczema around it has

improved. I feel that it is because of the above two products. I hardly ever have to put

in steroid drops anymore.

Another thing I had to do was eliminate certain foods from my diet. Most of them did

not show up on a regular food allergy test. For example, the allergy test showed that I

was not allergic to chocolate, but indeed I was. When I ate it, I flared up, yet I

discovered I was not allergic to white chocolate. I later found out that I was allergic

to the ingredient that is in milk chocolate and not white chocolate called theobromine.

I'm not allergic to dairy all around because I can have milk, but no cheese, the casein

used to harden the cheese is what I get a rash from. It's a lot of trial and error. In

the process you have to become very much in tune with your body and what you put in or

around it. Hopefully that helps. (06/26/2009)

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I just started having rashes on my arms, but now it's all over my body. I have it on my legs, arms, my back, everywhere. I went to the doctor and he just told me it was eczema.

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Does anyone know of an all natural medication for eczema? I have it pretty bad on the bottom of my foot.

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My sister has Eczema on her scalp which produces a lot of white flakes. Does anyone know what she can use to stop the flaking and itchiness?

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