Eczema Cream

The term eczema (atopic dermatitis) encompasses a variety of skin rashes that produce discoloration and itching.


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Sometimes, the condition is simply called skin inflammation. Typically, the discoloration is redness. The itching can be a devilish nuisance.


Intense itching may lead you to scratch it. The scratching provides temporary relief but only increases the necessity to scratch later on. This leads to an irritating itch-scratch cycle.

            Atopic dermatitis is common in children. It can affect babies as young as one month old. In babies, it tends to occur on the face, chin and cheeks.


            The exact cause of atopic dermatitis is unknown; however, the skin condition brings about changes in the structure of your skin.


            The outer layer of your skin is called the epidermis. The inner layer is called the dermis. Healthy skin cells retain water, fats and oils. Dermatitis disrupts the healthy balance of water, fats and oils.


            When your skin loses its ability to retain water, skin cells shrink and the space between skin cells reduce. As a result of the larger spaces, irritants and pathogens can more easily penetrate your skin.



Home Remedies for Eczema

            Dermatitis manifests differently in individuals. Some of these remedies might work for some individuals but not for others.


            Dryness is one of the defining symptoms of dermatitis. Coconut oil is a sure-fire remedy for dryness. Coconut oil is a lipid. It will replenish the fat content of your skin cells and help fill-up the intercellular spaces.


            Jojoba oil is a liquid wax. The molecular structure of jojoba oil is similar to the molecular structure of sebum. Sebum is the natural oil of the skin.


            The similarity between jojoba oil and sebum makes jojoba oil suitable as replenishment for the diminished levels of sebum.


            Furthermore, jojoba oil is extremely moisturizing because it is made up of long chains of fatty acids and fatty alcohols. For effective results, apply jojoba oil thrice daily.


            Nothing works better than body butter, when it comes to hydrating the skin and relieving itching. You can create a home-made healing butter by combining jojoba oil, shea butter, coconut oil and beewax.


            Shea oil has high concentrations of stearic and oleic fatty acids. These fatty acids are non-saponifiable. These non-saponifiable fatty acids are great at healing and repairing damaged skin.


            Bee wax serves two functions in the healing butter. Bee wax thickens the butter. In addition, bee wax protects the skin from bacterial infections.


            These oils are likely to do a great job in bringing you some relief.


            If these oils do not work, try out oats. Oatmeal baths have been used for decades to treat a host of skin conditions. Oatmeal has anti-inflammatory ingredients.

            Grab a cup of oatmeal and pour it into your bath tub. Remain immersed in your bath tub for at least 10minutes. Make sure the temperature of water is neither too hot nor too cold.


            Drink some chamomile tea. Chamomile has proven effective at reducing itchiness and inflammation. Chamomile is also known to heal cracking and blistering.


            You can also derive the same benefits from chamomile tea by directly applying it on the affected area. First boil the tea in a cup of water. Use a cotton bud to dip into the cup of water; then massage the affected area with the wet cotton bud.


            Some people actually go a step further and take chamomile tea baths.


            Chamomiles leaves contain the alcohols, levomenol and bisabolol. Bisabolol is known to ease irritation and reduce inflammations.  

            Dab some honey on the affected area. Honey has great anti-microbial properties. Furthermore, honey will hydrate and moisturize the affected area.


            Honey is also a humectant. It will accelerate the healing process of your skin. Stickiness is perhaps the only downside to honey.


            Revitol cream is the ultimate remedy for eczema.


            If all else fails, apply the potent revitol formula. The revitol formula is an emollient. It stimulates the rapid regeneration of healthy skin cells.


            The revitol formula is suitable for all skin types. It works in both children and adults. Thanks to its organic ingredients, the formula has absolutely no side-effects.


            The revitol formula will quickly restore your PH balance. Order the highly acclaimed revitol formula now and blast your eczema away.