Top 6 Home Remedies Of Eczema! See!!!

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Eczema affects many people and can be very irritating to the skin, and therefore I wanted to share with you in this article natural treatments to relieve eczema. Eczema is a form of dermatitis or inflammation of the outer layer of the skin. The term eczema is broadly applied to a range of persistent skin conditions that include dryness, recurring skin rashes and itchy skin caused by inflammation. It is most commonly found in children, although adults can get it too. The symptoms can range from mild to severe. The main types of dermatitis are cause when the skin comes in direct contact with an allergens such as detergents and chemicals, or when consuming or inhaling allergens such as certain foods, dust and pollen. Eczema

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If you suffer from eczema, there are certain natural cures for eczema that might help you in relieving its symptoms:

1. Trigger foods

Many studies have linked food allergies to eczema. What you need to do is to select a potential food and then eliminate it completely from your diet for at least a week, preferably longer. This is called an elimination diet. Then see whether your symptoms improve. It might seem a long process if you go through every food, but the fact is that most people eat certain food all the time. Start with those foods that you eat on a regular basis.In fact, there are common foods that are potentially causing to eczema more than others, for example: cow’s milk, soy, wheat, peanuts, cheese, chocolate, artificial food colors and tomatoes. If you don’t get much success with the elimination diet, you can try sensitivity testing that identifies food and environmental irritants that may affect your condition.

2. Probiotics

This is the good bacteria in our gut that is essential for proper digestive system function. If the digestion system doesn’t work properly, our body is more sensitive to allergies and skin irritations. Studies show that taking probiotic supplement reduced significantly eczema in children.

3. Apple cider vinegar (ACV)

Many people claim that Apple cider vinegar offers relief from eczema. But remember to apply moisturize after using ACV because ACV is a drying agent. Always opt for organic, unfiltered, unpasteurized, and unprocessed apple cider vinegar and not the clear stuff you find in most stores. If you try to look through the vinegar you should see a cobweb-like substance, which is the good stuff, floating in it. There are several ways in which you can use ACV to relieve eczema: the first methos is to mix equal amounts of ACV and water and apply it directly to the eczema affected part of the skin by using a cotton ball or a spray bottle. If you have sensitive skin, dilute the ACV more. Repeat the treatment twice a day once in the morning and once in the night before going to bed. The second method is to add 2 cups of ACV and add this to warm or tepid bath water. Soak in this bath for at least 30 minutes. Repeat this treatment for at least 3 times a week. The third methos is to take 1-2 tablespoons of ACV and mix it into a cup of water (you can add honey for a better taste). Drink once or twice every day. Apple cider vinegarskinvitality

4. Coconut oil

Many eczema sufferers claim that organic unrefined virgin coconut oil is an effective moisturiser which gives them better results than much more expensive products. It has anti inflammatory properties and can safely be used for your babies and young children too. Apply coconut oil to the affected area several times a day and before you go to sleep. It will help to relieve itching and flaking.

5. Baking soda

Baking soda has antiseptic properties that are effective for treating eczema. Prepare a baking soda bath by adding half a cup of baking soda to a full warm bath. Soak for 20 minutes. After the bath, don’t forget to apply a mild moisturiser on the affected area. You can also use baking soda in a paste form: make a paste of baking soda and water and apply to the affected area to relieve itching. Leave for few minutes, then rinse and apply moisturiser. Baking Sodaswain

6. Aloe vera

Applying aloe vera to the affected area is an effective and natural way to relief a dry and itchy skin. It has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties which help to improve the symptoms of eczema. It can be also used for infants and kids as it has low risk for adverse effects. Apply pure aloe vera from the plant or natural products that contain a high concentration of aloe vera.

H/T: HealthyAndNaturalWorld

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