Help For Severe Eczema?

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.



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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! ... 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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