A almost 100% recovery from the most severe eczema possible

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King

Baldwin Park, CA

#1 Apr 11, 2010
I am 35 years old and a long time sufferer of the most severe eczema possible. The eczema is on over 90% of my body with highest levels of inflammation. I recently found a treatment that provides a almost 100% recovery from eczema. I take DORYX( anti-biotic) which is a delayed time release pill that is designed to remove certain bacterias that causes inflammation on the skin. The bad news is DORYX at this moment is costing $1000 for 60 tablets. The good news is that there is a Generic brand ( Doxycycline Hyclate) which cost significantly less, I found one sight that sells the generic brand 20 tablets 100 mg for $13.99. Not sure how effective the generic brand is but it's definetely worth a shot. I take DORYX 150 mg for 7-9 days , 1 for each day and that's all you need. Once you are done with the 9 days, Stop using the DORYX. Eat a very minimalistic snack when taking DORYX, you don't want food to interfare with the absorption of the DORYX. The DORYX attacks the inflammation bacteria from the "INSIDE OF THE BODY" which is the most important part in the success of this treatment. Then I use Triamcinolone acetonide ointment with Aquafor healing lotion. The triamcinolone acetonide is attacking the eczema from the outside and the Aquafor "healing ointment/ shielding lotion" is locking the triamcinolone medication in and shielding your skin from the external pollutants that effect the healing of that area. The Aquafor is highly important as it also shields your body from any Flare ups or Break outs. Use the Aquafor as many times as you want all over your body, the more you use it, the better your skin will heal. This method is extremely effective. I first apply a wetter lotion( any good lotion ) on and then apply the Aquafor to lock that lotion into my skin. Your skin will be forced to hydrate and become healthy. The eczema being attacked from inside and outside is forced to heal and a newer, stronger skin recovers over that skin area very rapidly. Do those steps and I Guranteed a almost 100% recovery from eczema. You'll be extremely shocked how effective this works. Within 1 day you'll see dramatic results. Using the generic brand of DORYX (Doxycycline Hyclate) will be around $14 and the Aquafor at ( Walmart) is around $14 maybe the generic brand can even be cheaper. Add a lotion maybe $10. Total cost maybe around $38.The DORYX can last years, the Aquafor can last years. It's definetely worth it. The severe eczema that covers almost my entire body is almost completely healed within 14 days. Only thing left on my skin is the discoloration of the healed eczema area which I will tan off. This treatment method was recommended to me by a "BRILLIANT" dermatologist.
King

Baldwin Park, CA

#2 Apr 11, 2010
I forgot to add the Triamcinolone acetonide (steroid) ointment which is around 25$. The total is around $63. The Triamcinolone acetonide ointment can last years cause very little is used and once the eczema heals, you will stop using it.
Bob

New York, NY

#3 Apr 15, 2010
Did you ever try Protopic? I find that helps when I get flare ups. Also, try Dove Unscented soap to wash with and All Free and Clear detergent for your clothes. Other detergents like Tide can be very irritating to people with sensitive skin. They say that antihistamines help with the itching but I haven't really found one that works well for me.
King

Baldwin Park, CA

#4 Apr 15, 2010
Protopic is excellent to use when your skin becomes milder. It can be used everyday as long as you want continuously until the eczema is completely gone and undetectable. The bad news is Protopic at this moment cost around $200 for .1% at 60gm. The Triamcinolone Acetonide steroid ointment was used cause the eczema was very severe and it cost around $25 for .1% at 80gm. The bad news is the Triamcinolone Acetonide can only be used for short periods like once a day for 10 days.
The other tips such as DOVE soap and certain good detergents will help greatly in recovering quicker. The antihistamines won't be needed at all as you'll find this treatment on the first day will remove almost all the itching. As your skin becomes stronger from the treatment, you'll find that many eczema triggers disappear very rapidly.
Placing A humidifier in your room, which might cost around $20 at (Walmart), will increase your healing time significantly as well.
Using a humidifier, DOVE "sensitive skin" brand,using certain detergents and applying the treatment can heal your ezcema within maybe 7-10 days and the only thing left might be the discoloration of healed ezcema.
Matthew Litke

Longmont, CO

#5 May 30, 2010
Where do I find these?Is DORYX over the counter or prescription, and is the triamcinolone acetonide over the counter or prescription??? I need details please, I have severe eczema all over, no cuticals, grooves and divets on nails, cracking and bleedin, severe inflimation,severe dry scaling etc. if you can email me at litke_2@yahoo.com
King

Boulder Creek, CA

#7 Jun 12, 2010
Sorry it took so long to get back to you Mathew. Both the DORYX and Triamcinoline Acetonide are PRESCRIPTION. Every dermatologist should know about both those medicines and will prescribe them to you. The dermatologist visit might cost around 100-150$ first time visit. I am highly shocked you never heard of Triamcinoline Acetonide steroid ointment which is the most commonly used medication for eczema.
Mathew, I understand fully of your pain and very sure this treatment will heal over 90% of your skin and improve your quality of life. It won't cure the Eczema but it'll definetely make your life alot easier and happier. Good Luck Mathew
Bugjune

Dayton, NV

#8 Jun 28, 2010
King, have you ever tried Fluocinonide cream? I have just been given a prescription for this and have used it just 3 days now. It seems to flatten out the inflamed areas, but leave them a darkish purple pigment. I also got a Kenalog shot on Friday, but so far, my rash has continued to spread slowly but surely to my entire body, including groin. Any advice you have would be great. I should make a note of the DORYX, because my dermatologist says Prednisone is the next step for me.
King

Boulder Creek, CA

#9 Jul 28, 2010
Bugjune, Fluocinonide steroid cream is maybe one of the most powerful prescription steroid cream and should only be used after Triamcinoline steroid cream has little or no effect on the eczema area. Prednisone is a steroid taken orally and can work wonders if taken properly. Prednisone or any steroid cream won't work well if you have a staff infection, which most severe eczema sufferers have. DORYX is specifically designed to defeat the staff infection. Instead of DORYX, sometimes a penicilin shot or pill might work the same to defeat the staff infection depending on severity of the infection. Once the staff infection is gone then the predisone and fluocinonide will work excellently. I'm hoping your eczema is less severe and can be treated using the treatment method I recommended in the first post.
Shirley

Leichhardt, Australia

#10 Jan 7, 2011
Look sorry guys I've tried all of these. Doryx only works temporarily, eczema is an immuno disease which means people become inflamed really easily in the skin.

Walk into your local chemist, buy a jar of high potency omega 3, take 6 per day, Yes the therapeutic dosage, no it won't kill you, do this for 3 weeks. It won't just cure your eczema, it will protect your heart, your bones, clear your mind. It is truly an elemental source that we lack in our modern processed diets.

OR just read "A healthy skin diet" by Karen Fischer.

Can I also warn that steroid creams cause osteoporosis? It actually dissolve your bones. I only found that out recently and I used it for quite a while. Not very pleased!
Cee cee

United States

#11 Jan 1, 2013
I have eczema really bad!!! I have dark spots all over my body from itching. Have tried everything listed from aveeno,steroid cream,aqophor,blue star ontment...and the list goes on. Well i went to ab herb specialist and he stated i take a detox and gave me two kinds of herbs to take and what foods to eat that will not trigger eczema flare ups...only been doing this for a week now. Waiting on results!!!
Yanira

Monterey Park, CA

#12 Jan 8, 2013
Hi . i Have eczema on My Hands. the Doctor prescripted me triamcinoline acetonide. it sort of went away only from the top of the hand but not the bottom side. now i see that it is coming again on the side that it was gone. i really need help im tired of this.
if anyone has a good cure please contact me
@ yaniramora8100@yahoo.com

Please. thank You.
JOSIE

Coffs Harbour, Australia

#13 Jan 24, 2013
I have had eczema all my life, sometimes so severe and covering most of my face and body, I have to have time off work. I've tried endless things, some had a bit of an effect, some zilch. Prescribed cortisone works, but leaves skin thin and fragile. I tried bee propolis tincture as it didn't sound any wackier than other stuff I'd tried. I put two drops in a blob of regular body lotion and mixed it well. No placebo effect as I am sceptical of all " cures " by now. It cleared my skin as quickly as cortisone, but left it feeling good. The cost for a small bottle was $25 but it'll last ages. I did find some online cheaper at Biovea. Has to be an Australian brand as some overseas stuff contains heavy metals etc. People allergic to bee stings obviously can't use it. I now take a few drops in juice each day as apparently it's good for lots of things. Different things work for different people, but this worked great for me.
Alec

Everett, MA

#14 Jan 24, 2013
cure eczema by quitting steroid guys. im advising you pleasee. check out red skin syndrome for more info.
drea17

Cartersville, GA

#15 Mar 8, 2013
hi guys I a have really bad flare ups also all over dark spots included...I feel every ones pain..ughh omg I know how it feels...but I found a CURE try using tea tree oil and Shea butter.the tea tree rids f bacteria on skin and itching...and also peppermint oil of the effect it has on the itching is wild! it takes that itching down to two percent to even none at all...rust me the steroids online make things worse.the tea tree is also anti inflamortory.it'll take two weeks but I promise you it'll work..I'm pre go so I had no choice but to try this remedy and it works really well.:-) I wish yu all the best of luck.eczema suffers united lol.
drea17

Cartersville, GA

#16 Mar 8, 2013
hi you guys.I've been an eczema sufferer all my life since the age of twelve.my flare ups come severely.I have sleepless nites and horrible itching that refuses to stop.I'm pregnant and the flare up has got ton worse.I've been using tea tree and peppermint oil fused together with Shea butter.tee tree because it is anti inlamatory,anti bacterial.so far the tee tree has brought down all my raised areas I was surprised and happy with the results and this happened with in two days of me using it!peppermint oil is because it soothe the areas and brings down the itching tremendously. down to two percent to none at all.give this a try for two wekks and your eczema days will be over! I haven't had a flare since then.I promise you guys this stuff works!!!!I'm pregnant so I had no choice but to try this and low and behold its a miracle of nature.steroids only make the problem worse!!!our bodies aren't made to take that stuff we come from the earth.....so go back to it..it'll help.I promise!! it also help just to take a warm bath with very light soap once a day.
Kelly A R

United States

#17 May 28, 2013
Yanira wrote:
Hi . i Have eczema on My Hands. the Doctor prescripted me triamcinoline acetonide. it sort of went away only from the top of the hand but not the bottom side. now i see that it is coming again on the side that it was gone. i really need help im tired of this.
if anyone has a good cure please contact me
@ yaniramora8100@yahoo.com
Please. thank You.
Have you heard of Pau D' Arco?!? I got it from Natures Sunshine. It's about $12 a bottle. I was told to get two bottles and take 2, 3x a day. I just finishes the first bottle and it has helped A LoT!! Anyways, it's worth looking into. I've suffered with bad eczema for years and its the only thing that has helped
April

Indio, CA

#18 Sep 7, 2013
I was interested in the advice given on tea tree oil since I always prefer the natural route... But after doing a little research I found this :

What are the risks of taking tea tree oil?

Risks. Topical tea tree oil has been reported to cause allergic reactions that can be severe. Tea tree oil may also cause redness, itching, and blistering. It may aggravate burns and skin conditions like eczema. Using large quantities of tea tree oil on the skin could cause severe side effects.
For topical use only. Tea tree oil must never be used in the eyes or swallowed. Even in small amounts, swallowing tea tree oil could potentially cause severe reactions, including severe rash, nausea, confusion, and coma.
Given the lack of evidence about its safety, tea tree oil is not recommended for children or for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Sarah

Somerville, MA

#19 Sep 12, 2013
Mostly every skin problem is due to a yeast overgrowth in the body - usually large instestine. I had a very bad case of "eczema" from head to toe. Infact my hair fell out it got so bad and I had to plastic wrap my arms every night. 7 dermetologists later they gave me protopic and steroids. Which you do NOT want to use. Research what they do to you long term. There is an answer for your eczema and it's nothing to do with the surface of your skin. It's within your gut. I'm now 100% eczema free and it's been 4 months. Did it suck getting off the steroid? Absolutely but I'd rather be healthy than take anything these pills or steroids (both injected and topical I've taken) and be dependent on. It feeds the yeast in your stomach anyways. Please people research for your own health. I went to so many doctors and they aren't taught the natural way of medicine. Pills won't help you... If there is one good thing you can honestly do for yourself it's toget better naturally and heal yourself internally.
Hatethis

Norfolk, VA

#21 Sep 30, 2013
Sarah wrote:
Mostly every skin problem is due to a yeast overgrowth in the body - usually large instestine. I had a very bad case of "eczema" from head to toe. Infact my hair fell out it got so bad and I had to plastic wrap my arms every night. 7 dermetologists later they gave me protopic and steroids. Which you do NOT want to use. Research what they do to you long term. There is an answer for your eczema and it's nothing to do with the surface of your skin. It's within your gut. I'm now 100% eczema free and it's been 4 months. Did it suck getting off the steroid? Absolutely but I'd rather be healthy than take anything these pills or steroids (both injected and topical I've taken) and be dependent on. It feeds the yeast in your stomach anyways. Please people research for your own health. I went to so many doctors and they aren't taught the natural way of medicine. Pills won't help you... If there is one good thing you can honestly do for yourself it's toget better naturally and heal yourself internally.
what did you use ?
Doxy

Edmonton, Canada

#22 Oct 12, 2013
To the person who posted the original comment about doxycycline, would I be able to contact you by email? I have terrible eczema and have questions for you about the nature of your eczema before trying doxycycline.

If so, let me know and I will send you my email!

Thank you very much.

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