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What are different home remedies for Eczema? – Part 2

What is Eczema?
• 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.

Types of Eczema
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 are:
• the face,
• neck,
• inner areas of the elbow,
• knees
• feet

Home Remedies for Eczema

6. Jojoba oil
• It is a light, non greasy and a versatile eczema home remedy.
• It will not clog your pores.
• Use it on facial skin.
• It can clear up a rash overnight.

7. Coconut Oil
• This oil is a rich, delightful natural oil.
• Use virgin, unrefined coconut oil for best results.
• This can also be used as an overnight moisturizer for hair.

8. Water is nature’s #1 natural remedy for eczema
• Drink more water to cleanse and hydrate your body and keep your skin moist and supple.
• Take a steam bath to open pores and hydrate your skin.
• Be sure to moisturize afterwards.
• Use cold compresses to relieve the pain, stinging and itching of eczema inflammations.
• Wrap your skin in a cotton towel that is wetted with cool water to help soothe arms or legs that have a lot of eczema inflammations.

9. Homemade Lotion
• Make a lotion out of crushed dandelion leaves, spearmint leaves, and a few drops of oil.
• Apply this lotion to your skin and allow it to remain on for at least 30 minutes before rinsing it off with cold water.
• This can act as an effective eczema cure.

10. Cleansing scrub
• Make a cleansing scrub by soaking a handful of nuts in a small quantity of water.
• Blend these nuts along with half an avocado as avocados contain healthy oils that help to protect and moisturize your skin.
• Massage your skin gently with this creamy natural exfoliating paste.
• You can then allow it to remain on your skin for about 10 minutes before you rinse it off.
• You can add a few drops of fresh lemon juice to this paste to help cleanse your skin of the uppermost layer of dead skin cells.

11. Fasting
• This gives your body and digestion a chance to rest.
• Most people do a vegetable juice fast or a raw vegetable and fruit fast.
• Some brave souls have done water fast but this is more intense and draining for the body.

12. Colonics
• This is a procedure done by a trained professional.
• He irrigates the colon with water.
• This helps to release toxins and impurities that may be lodged in the walls of the colon.

Diet for Eczema

1. Healing foods
Strengthen your immune system and reduce eczema symptoms by having proper food.
• A paste of raw strawberries applied to your eczema can reduce the pain, redness and inflammation.
• Apply directly to your face include cabbage leaf and grated raw potatoes.
• Honey will reduce eczema symptoms.
• Eliminate high inflammation and allergy producing foods.
• These include sugar, chocolate, wheat, and dairy products.

2. Eat alkaline
• An abundance of vegetables and fruits in your diet is a must.
• Create an alkaline environment for your body that will reduce inflammation.
• Drinking fresh vegetable juices is GREAT for the skin.
• Raw tomato juice, raw carrot and spinach juices are said to be excellent.

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