How to Cure Eczema Naturally

How to Cure Eczema Naturally


Swelling, itching, redness, skin rash, and
sensitive skin are just some of the signs that can indicate contact dermatitis, or eczema. All these symptoms cause an intense irritation
on the skin so everybody who suffers from this skin disease tries to find alternatives
to alleviate the symptoms. If this is your case, see this homemade treatment
to help with skin inflammation: Oat porridge A good homemade remedy for eczema is a porridge
with water. Oats eliminate irritation and lighten the
skin because of its soothing properties. It is very simple to do: Write down the ingredients! 2 tablespoons of oatmeal flour;
10 oz of water; Dilute the oatmeal flour in cold water. Once it is diluted, mix it with a little bit
of hot water. The resulting mixture must be applied over
the affected area 2 times a day. After doing this oatmeal treatment, it is
recommended doing a compress with chamomile and lavender essential oils. Just bring 2.64qt of water to a boil and add
3 drops of chamomile essential oil and 3 drops of lavender essential oil. Once the mixture is lukewarm, dampen a towel
or gauze in the solution and apply over the affected area. This procedure must be done at least 4 times
a day. This treatment will alleviate the irritation
and itchiness caused by eczema. Remember that, to treat any skin issues, it
is important to: Not use perfumes or scented lotions on your
skin; Avoid pollen or pool water, and also hot places,
or anywhere that facilitates sweating, which can worsen the symptoms;
And, of course, wear light clothes, made of cotton, which are better for perspiration. Besides that, your showers should not be too
long or too hot because it can dry your skin. Use a soft towel to dry your skin, and moisturize
daily. It is important to keep doing this even after
the symptoms are gone. Signals of improvement can be seen after the
first week of treatment. If not, and for precaution, always talk to
a dermatologist to learn about the real causes of the symptoms and what treatment is the
most appropriate for your case.

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