Eczema Sufferers
Cheryl

Carmichael, CA

#3 Sep 3, 2011
People forget the frickin' steroids!!!!!!! This is what you need to do. See an allergist. Be tested for what you're allergic to. Get shots, take a benadryl every night at bedtimes, two shots of Flonase in each nostril every night at bedtime, lotion up with Aquaphor whenever you feel dry. Avoid alcohol. Drink tons of water. Keep your house clean from dusk and dog hair. It's a miracle for me! I suffered for two years with misdiagnosis from dermatologists. Do not, I repeat Do not use steroids!!!!!!!!! It thins your skin and makes the problem much worse! If you can follow my directions I promise you, you will be eczema free and again living a normal life! Heres to you my eczema friends!!!!!!!!!
Taylorwinter

Portsmouth, UK

#4 Dec 17, 2011
Natural creams with calendula can be really good. Mama nature of london and california baby do some really good creams. They are certainly better than those awful steroid creams. My skin is much better (it's like night and day) since I began using natural skin creams.
Miracle find

Manchester, UK

#5 Feb 23, 2012
Like Willy Wonka on his travels to exotic countries...I found this little miracle from China which put an end to myself and my babies torment and suffering.....
What is Magicream?
Magicream is an ointment with ingredients which moisture and soften the skin. It helps create a barrier which helps to keep moisture and soften in the skin. it helps to soothe the skin, stop the itch and locks in moisture
Benefits of Magicream:
Exzema, Psoriasis, Dermatitis, nappy rash and also insect bites.
Suitable for all ages, including babies......
Visit my website WWW.MAGICREAM123.COM
Thank you and good luck. Ellen and Carol.x
patricia

Ålborg, Denmark

#6 Sep 30, 2012
Hi! I know it is hard to find something that helps on the internet. I am also suffering from atopic eczema from my early childhoodd, so I was just searching and searching and searching..

Finally, I found blog that is written by one guy that cured from atopic eczema in adult age. There are no scams, no commercials, just real advices that work and I really find these information useful.

So if you are suffering from atopic eczema, just read some articles, or contact him for advice! He´s really good at it! I think, better than doctors are :P

Blog: http://www.myatopiceczema.com/

Good luck!:)
paula

Noble Park, Australia

#7 Jul 11, 2013
I want to share with everyone that I found the natural relief for skin conditions. I had seborrheic dermatitis for 11 years. I tried everything, natural and not. I came across a lady who had rosasea on her face. If she didn't show me a picture that she had on her phone... I would never believe her. She looked disfigured!. For 6 month she couldn't get out of the house. But when I met her , her skin was perfect so I asked:"what cured it?". She said Silica. I bought right away the silica supplement with the highest concentration of silica (500mg). One month later my face was also clear!!. It has been 2 years now and I still take one pill a day and my skin is great. I recommended it to a client who has severe psoriasis. After only 2 weeks I saw him again and he was amazed!. It makes me so angry that drs were giving me cortisone and so much rubbish that damaged my face badly with little results, but never ever suggested me that a simple mineral without any side effects could make such a drastic improvement. I hope this helps anyone, because I know how much emotional pain is behind skin conditions... specially for ladies.
Bexy

Australia

#9 Dec 19, 2014
Hey there. I have the bad genes in the family and managed to get all the skin issues, leaving me with psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis. I've been battling with it since birth but now it's affecting my fingertips and the heels of my feet, which are currently gross and oozing messes. I have redone the allergy patch testing and all that but I was told the bad news: its my fault. As in, it's my immune system that is killing me. The specialist has done all they can for now but I'm so depressed about my skin problems because I can barely use my hands and feet, so a job is out of the question too, whichmmakes money tight (especially after the specialist costs!). So I am hoping there's someone out there who knows what it's like to see all the doctors and get no where...

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