Dermatitis won't go away!
Posted in the Dermatitis Forum
#1 Aug 19, 2012
I really need help. I have dermatitis under my eyes and I know that area is really sensitive so I don't know what to use to get rid of it. I've gone to plenty of doctors and was given Tobradex and Alrex drops. They haven't seemed to do anything. And then the specialist still says "oh, it's all gone." No lady, I can still see it on my face!!! PLEASE ANYTHING THAT WILL HELP ME! I'm just a teen and I'm going back to school soon and I need it gone! It's embarrassing and looks horrible! I can't even cover it with makeup. It looks really irritated and like I have insane wrinkles under my eyes. I hate it. And no one is able to help me :'(
#2 Sep 30, 2012
I would like to recommend you the followin blog.
It is written by one patient who has been suffering from atopic eczema for 25 years, has tried thousands of treatments and now he is in a good condition. You can find here many useful informations, even how to shower and bath yourself, which creams should and should not to use, unusual treatments and so on...
#3 Jan 31, 2013
I heard that there is a new cream for dermatitis, it has nutrients the skin needs to replenish itself when the water barier breaks down. Its called Supaderma cream, and there's a free trial the first time you get some.
They've got a good informative website, and pictures of a hand before and after treatment.
Go to http://www.supaderma.com
Hope this helps.
#4 Mar 5, 2013
You may try a raw diet or doing some serious cleansing and alkalizing to your body.. There may be issues with your digestion and lymph... Clean out your lymph skin usually starts looking a lot better!
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