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6 Great Natural Eczema Treatments

Eczema is an imbalance characterized by inflammation, redness, dry and itchy skin. It can also manifest as oozing lesions in extreme cases. After a while, repeated scratching often causes the skin to become thick and crusty. All around, it’s a real drag.

Soaking in colloidal oatmeal bath is another excellent way to relieve the itching. The oatmeal referred here is different from the oatmeal we usually take for our breakfast, rather it is the refined version of the breakfast oatmeal. It is so fine that it acts as a colloid. When it is added to water, it creates a milk-like substance, which gives the water a slimy consistency. When the colloidal oatmeal covers the skin, it actually binds the skin, thus moisturize and protect the skin.

You must moisturize at all times. Do not let your skin get dry, since that will cause itching and swelling. A natural moisturizer can be made of licorice Extract and Blueberry extract. Just add a spoon of each to a soap free lotion and mix. The natural properties of the licorice and blueberry are natural anti-inflammatory and protect your skin from bacteria. This is very important because you have to avoid typical soaps that usually are full of chemicals that irritate the skin.

The next major component of a healing protocol for eczema is leafy green vegetables. Leafy green vegetables are nature’s best source of macro minerals like calcium, magnesium, and iron. Trace minerals and chlorophyll also contribute to the nutritional profile and play a large role in healing your skin.

Eczema natural treatment suggests the use of natural cleanser from comfrey root, slippery elm and white oak bark. The benefits of these three components, is to provide efficient cleansing effect to the skin. It also heals the skin from itching and inflammation.

If you want a natural treatment for eczema to soothe your itchy skin, just mix a teaspoon of slippery elm bark, on teaspoon of comfrey root, and one teaspoon of white bark in two cups of water. Boil this mixture for about thirty five minutes and let it cool off. This may not entirely alleviate the itch, but if you use the mix as a wash for the affected skin, it can drastically decrease your itch.

Eczema or dermatitis can be effectively cured or lessened by using neem oil. Although, using neem oil can’t eliminate the possibility of eczema completely, the anti inflammatory properties of neem provide relief to the skin. Also neem oil contains anti histamine that slows down skin infection. Neem oil can be used with lukewarm bath water and one can also use neem oil based soaps.

 

Author is an online medical researcher on eczema treatment and skin care. Click read more on eczema treatment, natural remedies for eczema.

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