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Cures for Eczema - 3 Things You Need to Try

By Edited Aug 5, 2015 1 3

Believe it or not, there are many different cures for eczema. The problem is, a lot of people are not aware of the different types of eczema treatments that exist. This is primarily due to most doctors prescribing prescription creams and ointments that are filled with steriods and other chemicals, as this is the most traditional way to treat eczema. While these creams work to treat the symptoms of eczema, they can oftentimes make eczema worse, causing more irritation due to the high chemical volume. It can be an endless cycle of pain for those who are stuck in it.

Natural Eczema Treatments

If you're dealing with eczema and are tired of having to put up with the ineffectiveness of traditional treatment methods, you should strongly consider natural eczema treatments. There are a number of natural cures for eczema - you just may not have been aware of them!

Natural cures for eczema have been around for a number of years. They've been proven to help treat eczema effectively, as well as aided in the prevention of its return!

Are you ready to give natural cures for eczema a shot? Check out three examples below that you can start to use right away!

Chamomile Oil

Chamomile oil is a natural herb that has been around for ages. This all natural oil helps moisturize and nourish skin affected by eczema. In addition to bringing life back into the skin, it also helps reduce pain and swelling and soothes the skin. It can be applied as often as needed.

Oatmeal Bath

Oatmeal is another popular ingredient used in a number of different home remedies, and when it comes to eczema it is no exception! Oatmeal helps soothe skin and relieve intense itching. To use, simply empty two cups of plain oatmeal flakes into a tub of warm water and soak your body in the mix for 15 to 30 minutes. Pat yourself dry with a towel and use chamomile oil when complete.

Epsom Salts

Epsom salts work good for pain relief and removing dead skin. These can be used similar to an oatmeal bath - Just empty one cup into a tub of warm water and let your body soak in the solution for 15 to 30 minutes. Pat dry and use a natural moisturizer or natural oil (again, chamomile oil works well).

Any of these treatments above are excellent cures for eczema. The best way to get the most out of your treatment is to use these home remedies in conjunction with one another. Before you know it, your eczema will be cleared up in just a matter of days!



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Oct 17, 2010 11:17am
This article will certainly help many who suffer with eczema. Thanks for sharing.
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