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What are different home remedies for eczema? Part1

– Eczema is also called as dermatitis.
– It is a group of skin disorders.
– Eczema causes the skin to be inflamed and irritated.
– It occurs mostly in infants and children but adults are no exception.

There are different types of eczema like
– Atopic eczema
– Allergic contact dermatitis
– Irritant contact dermatitis
– Infantile seborrhoeic eczema
– Adult seborrhoeic eczema
– Varicose eczema
– Discoid eczema

Eczema Symptoms
– Itching
– Redness on skin
– Dry and flaky skin
– Itchy blisters
– Inflammation on skin
– Small bumps on forehead, neck and cheek
– Rough and thickened skin.

Areas of the body that are affected:
– the face,
– neck,
– inner areas of the elbow,
– knees
– feet

Home Remedies for Eczema

1. Over the counter
– Moisturizing creams,
– Antihistamine creams,
– Topical corticosteroids
– Anti allergy drugs

2. Oatmeal Bath
– Apply an oatmeal bath on affected areas.
– This relieves itching and burning sensations almost instantly.
– You can also apply oatmeal bath immediately after you have the urge to start scratching.
– Scratching worsens the condition by increasing blood flow and inflammation in the area.
– An oatmeal bath gives the skin a soothing and moisturizing effect.
– This helps to cure the dryness of your skin.

3. Dandelion
– Dandelion is a herb commonly found in the back yard.
– This herb can be used to treat eczema and other skin diseases.
– It can be used as a remedy for other conditions such as hypertension, arthritis, warts and fungal infections.
– This multi healing herb comes in form of a juice, tea or capsules.

4. Chamomile & Which Hazel Oil
– Chamomile and witch hazel oils both possess anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties which can be used to treat eczema.
– This alleviates
• itching,
• eradicate rashes,
• reduce pain,
• redness,
• swelling
• prevent bacterial infection

5. Essential oils
– These oils target and eliminate all the symptoms of eczema.
– Just apply chamomile or witch hazel oils in adequate amounts on the affected areas.
– This will help you to experience quick and effective relief.

6. Tea Tree Oil
– Tea tree oil is another essential oil.
– It has been found to treat eczema as well.
– It contains terpenoids that act as an active antimicrobial agent.
– This helps to prevent or help treat bacterial infection.
– This essential oil also reduces inflammation when applied on skin.
– This helps by reducing any itching, scratching or burning.
– Tea tree oil has potent healing ability.
– Simply administer the oil topically along the affected areas.
– Crush the tea tree leaves and apply on the affected area as needed.

7. Sea Salt Bath
– Sea salt bath is a known skin exfoliant.
– It removes dead skin cells and rejuvenates damaged skin.
– It contains essential minerals that could soothe the pain and inflammation.
– It would also rehydrate the damaged skin.
– Mix the sea salt in warm water and apply it on the affected.

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