Remedies to Relieve Discomfort and Heal Eczema

Eczema is a chronic skin condition often called the "itch rash." 
It's usually hereditary affecting approximately 35 million people; that's 1-3 adults. 
Eczema can vary from mild forms of slightly dry patches to severe cracked oozing skin.

Quick Tips!
Do not use Wash Cloth! This will only irritate the problem.
Warm Water Showers, never use Hot water.
Use a Mild Cleanser that does not lather a lot. 
Moisturize immediately after showering or bathing
(Tips Recommended on the Dr. Oz Show)

1. Aloe Vera Gel 
Apply aloe vera gel onto skin daily to moisturize and heal eczema and to gently exfoliate the skin. 

2. Bentonite Clay 
Soak in a mixture of 1/4 cup bentonite clay, 1/4 cup kelp powder, and 1/2 cup aloe to reduce breakouts and soothe dry skin. For a face mask mix the same ingredients with a small amount of water and apply to face leaving on for 5-10 minutes then rinsing with cool water. Helps to heal eczema and moisturize skin.  

3. Carrots 
Peel a couple of organic carrots and boil them until soft. Mash to a spreadable paste and apply to affected areas leaving on for 15 minutes then rinsing with cool water. Nourishes the skin and helps to heal eczema.

4. Colloidal Oatmeal & Coconut Butter 
These lotions moisturize the skin without clogging the pores. 

5. Neem Oil 
Use creams that contain Neem oil. This oil is very effective for healing eczema. 

6. Milk and Almond Oil 
Add a cup or two of milk and one teaspoon of almond oil into a cold water bath.  Soak until fingers prune up then rinse off with cool water. Be sure not to rub the skin. 

7. Oatmeal Bath 
Add 1 cup oatmeal to bath water and soak for several minutes. Moisturize immediately after the bath. 

8. Organic Coconut Oil 
The oil contains fatty acids or triglycerides that nourish dry skin when ingested and applied topically. It also contains lauric acid, antibacterial and antiviral properties that help to heal eczema. Use daily to soothe and reduce dry, itchy skin

9. Eucerin
Apply Eucerin onto the skin immediately after showering or bathing. This remedy treatment was recommended on the Dr. Oz Show for healing eczema. 

10. Chamomile Tea 
Brew a strong chamomile tea from fresh herbs. Steep for 15 minutes then apply onto eczema and leave on for 20 minutes then rinse with cold water. Can be applied several times a day for extreme eczema conditions.  

11. Cucumber 
Slice a whole organic cucumber and soak slices for 2 hours in water. Remove from water and apply with clean cloth or gauze and leave on for 1 hour then rinse with cold water. 

12. Selsun Blue
Use as a cleanser in the shower to soothe itchy skin.

13. Supplements 
Take Zinc, b Complex, Fish Oil, and Grape Juice. These supplements help dry itchy skin from the inside out. 

14. Vaseline 
Vaseline may be very greasy, but it will help to remove dry built-up skin cells. 

15. Vitamin E Oil 
Break open a vitamin E gel capsule and apply oil onto skin. Avoid synthetic vitamin E oil (acetate).


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