Eczema treatment plan: Very effective

Eczema treatment plan: Very effective

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Michael Chin

Sarikei, Malaysia

#1 Jan 11, 2007
Hi, Please check out my blog on

http://eczemafix.blogspot.com for an eczema treatment plan that has so far worked 100% on my family and a number of others.

For children under the age of 5, I recommend taking them to the beach and swimming in the sea on a continuous basis.

However if its too cold, warm sea water and bath it for an hour a day.

Alternatively, get SEA SALT, dissolve in bath of warm water to get same saltiness as sea, and bath in this.

Has worked 100% thus far.

Appreciate if you pass this on to other sufferers. Can't seem to get message out there fast enough. Regards
Evelyn

Singapore, Singapore

#2 Jan 14, 2007
The best type of sea salt for skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis is dead sea salts. Dead sea salts contain a higher concentration of minerals, including high levels of magnesium, potassium, sodium and calcium. Studies show that these minerals cleanse and detoxify naturally.

In the absence of dead sea salts, the alternative type of salt that you can use in your bath is Epsom salts. Epsom salts are chemical compounds that are magnesium sulfate.

I've got good success rates with dead sea salts and epsom salts for my eczema. Itching of my skin reduced substantially.

I've also tried various other natural remedies, including healing methods from traditional chinese medicines and ayurveda. For more of my research findings on eczema, you can get them here on http://www.eczemaskintreatment.com

justin

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Jan 15, 2007
facial eczema treatment

use of head and shoulders shampoo 1% on face
only use a small amount (amount the size of a penny). the new "refresh" head and shoulders works nice because it gives a very cool feeling afterwards.

use of cetaphil lotion constantly throughout the day or when it becomes itchy

if eczema gets bad all of a sudden (due to weather conditions or stress), temporary use of 1% hydrocortisone cream. you can even use 0.5% regular strength.

hope this helps!
Amy

Barnesville, OH

#4 Jan 19, 2007
Head & Shoulder's made my daughters head turn into a severe rash with horrible read bumps that lasted for a week. There are so many chemicals in it that I wouldn't recommend it for anyone with any sort of skin sensitivities & definitely not for children.

Eczema can also be caused from personal care products (lotions, soap, detergents, etc). Here is a website that you can get more information from & listen in on a free webcast. It's truly an “eye opener”- http://www.makelemonade.us
frezy

Fairton, NJ

#5 Feb 5, 2007
i have it on my face and there is tiny blisters and dry skin on my hips arms and face help i am a child.11 years old it is imberesing!!!!!!!!!!
frezy

Fairton, NJ

#6 Feb 5, 2007
Amy wrote:
Head & Shoulder's made my daughters head turn into a severe rash with horrible read bumps that lasted for a week. There are so many chemicals in it that I wouldn't recommend it for anyone with any sort of skin sensitivities & definitely not for children.
Eczema can also be caused from personal care products (lotions, soap, detergents, etc). Here is a website that you can get more information from & listen in on a free webcast. It's truly an “eye opener”- http://www.makelemonade.us
i feel bad
Fire Dog

Singapore, Singapore

#8 Feb 14, 2007
I have hand eczema. I managed to get relief from a pill from Malaysia which I bought from Penang. However recently I discovered it has steroid as my body stopped producing steroid. Stopping the pill, my eczema came back with a vengence! I am now seeing a Chinese physician and getting real herbs to brew. The Chinese physician said eczema is caused by heatiness in the liver and blood and I have to stay away from heaty food.

Recently I stumbled upon an essential oil serum from Western Australia which somehow is quite effective. It is sold in Singapore at the Tan Tock Seng Hospital under "Nature Creations". The website is www.naturecreations.com.au for those outside of Singapore.
ladym

Edinburgh, UK

#9 Feb 18, 2007
there's this skin cream which is really super good for helping soothe the itchiness from eczema. the only problem is that its really expensive. like 90 sing dollars for a 75ml tube. have been saving up to buy it. its called kiehl's centella skin recovery cream. the brand: kiehl's is apparently excellent but i've only been able to afford the centella cream and the lip balm so far. if you can afford it, dont use the usual brands like johnsons& johnsons, head and shoulders, because i found that my skin healed a lot better when i switched to all natural products. even the body shop isn't as all-natural as one would think. better brands are origins, clinique and kiehl's.
also, avoiding tomatoes, cheese, shellfish and tinned food does help.
i went to several skin specialists who all prescribed me steroids. went to a homeopathic doctor in singapore and was much better within a couple of months, even my schoolwork improved.
LGSG

Singapore, Singapore

#10 Feb 20, 2007
ladym wrote:
there's this skin cream which is really super good for helping soothe the itchiness from eczema. the only problem is that its really expensive. like 90 sing dollars for a 75ml tube. have been saving up to buy it. its called kiehl's centella skin recovery cream. the brand: kiehl's is apparently excellent but i've only been able to afford the centella cream and the lip balm so far. if you can afford it, dont use the usual brands like johnsons& johnsons, head and shoulders, because i found that my skin healed a lot better when i switched to all natural products. even the body shop isn't as all-natural as one would think. better brands are origins, clinique and kiehl's.
also, avoiding tomatoes, cheese, shellfish and tinned food does help.
i went to several skin specialists who all prescribed me steroids. went to a homeopathic doctor in singapore and was much better within a couple of months, even my schoolwork improved.
Hi LadyM, may i know who is the homeopathic doctor you consulted with?
LGSG

Singapore, Singapore

#11 Feb 28, 2007
Can anyone recommend a good doctor for my psoriasis? I really need to do something about my condition as it is getting from bad to worse. I hv tried National Skin Centre but it was no successful for me.....
Dr Manjinder Singh Vrach

Delhi, India

#12 Apr 4, 2007
Dear Friends,

As far as the outcome of latest studies going on against "fight against eczema". It is now widely accepted by all systems of medicine that the "Cycle" of Itching is to be reduced / stopped to cure eczema.

My study is based on naturopathy and I have traveled world wide. Visiting many eczema patients and collecting herbal / natural oils.

May be i can help you with treatment after knowing your complete history

I have treated many people by breaking their Itching cycle.

For severe people (either adult having both arms and legs effected or a small child below age 3 having whole body effected with eczema).
The cost of one month course (4 bottles of 30ml oil each) is of 120 (UK, Pounds)+ 10 (UK, Pounds) for postage.

For less severe people. Who are effective with eczema only on select parts (like neck, behind knee or on elbows).
The cost of one month course (2 bottles of 30ml oil each) is of 60 (UK, Pounds)+ 10 (UK, Pounds) for postage.

This is a very cost effective treatment and results are great.

For better results. We suggest that treatment should be continued for 3 months. With each order. We go on updating with the results and status of patient.

We have 85% success results on all king of itching eczema except with the eczema with weeping fluids out of skin has just preventive measure of 25%.

The Oils, I prepare are custom made based on your history. All oils are 100% herbal, Contains no steroids or medicine.

We ship world wide from India.

Please visit www.NaturalHealings.in and contact me

Dr. Manjinder Singh Vrach
Chandigarh, India.
Dave Tan

Singapore, Singapore

#13 Sep 21, 2007
My son was suffering from Eczema since he was 1 month old. his condition was so bad that his hand, legs face was full of scar and bleeding due to non stop scratching. My wife suffering from depression cause she just felt hopeless as we try all creams, moisturizers, omega03 and 6, evening prime rose oil, non steriod cream, Elidel ( non steriod) and see many dematorgist . These specialist could only give hydro-cortisne which contain steriod. We try using it and it do helps but the dosage gets stronger and stronger and you can imagine the side effect of steriod.

Thru God blessing a stranger saw my son stratching non stop and introduce a 100 % chinese herbal cream when he was 1.5 years old. As we have tried so many methods so no harm trying another. To my surprise my wife called me when I was on overseas trip and say that my son sleep thru the night without waking up at night for the 1st time. we continue to use the cream and after 5 days all ezcema was gone. So we stop using the cream after 2 days my son eczema appears again. So we use the cream whenever it appear. the condition jsut get better and better. Now the ezcema will on happen when my son accidentally take or touch diary product because he is alergy to milk. So far his eczema has not appear for more than 6 months. And I do not see any side effect becuase it is made from chinese herbal and the formula was use 1000 years by the chinese. I have check every ingredient in stated with chinese physican and it is safe to use

A shop owner who sell children product saw the sudden change of my son conditions. She started to introduce her customer baby who has very severe condition to me. I introduce them the cream and taught them how to handle eczema babies and within days the condition change drastically. I so happy to see their childrens condition were under control.

More and more people approach me for the cream and now I started to distribute this products till to popular demand. I was even approach by dematologist in Singapore. The cost of the cream is just 15 SGD for 20gm cream. You do the calucation yourself. I have used Elidel that cost me 50 SGD per tube. and also the cost for seeing dematorgist.

Right now I preparing a website to share with people my experience with abt how to handle eczema problem. You can contact me at [email protected] if you have any question.
Dave Tan

Singapore, Singapore

#15 Sep 24, 2007
LGSG wrote:
Can anyone recommend a good doctor for my psoriasis? I really need to do something about my condition as it is getting from bad to worse. I hv tried National Skin Centre but it was no successful for me.....
Dear :LGSG

Are you willing to try a chinese herbal cream for your psoriasis as the first line of treatment before using steriod cream.

Regards

Dave Tan
c chan

UK

#16 May 6, 2008
Evelyn wrote:
The best type of sea salt for skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis is dead sea salts. Dead sea salts contain a higher concentration of minerals, including high levels of magnesium, potassium, sodium and calcium. Studies show that these minerals cleanse and detoxify naturally.
In the absence of dead sea salts, the alternative type of salt that you can use in your bath is Epsom salts. Epsom salts are chemical compounds that are magnesium sulfate.
I've got good success rates with dead sea salts and epsom salts for my eczema. Itching of my skin reduced substantially.
I've also tried various other natural remedies, including healing methods from traditional chinese medicines and ayurveda. For more of my research findings on eczema, you can get them here on http://www.eczemaskintreatment.com
Where can u buy dead sea salts & epsom salt?
Lizzy

Slidell, LA

#17 Jun 12, 2008
c chan wrote:
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Where can u buy dead sea salts & epsom salt?
Rock salt is better, but you can buy all of them at a pharmacy (walgreens/rite aid/cvs/etc) or a grocery store.
Depress

Singapore, Singapore

#18 Aug 23, 2008
Anyone can recommend a good skin specialist?
I have this breakout of rashes 2 mths ago. First was only on my left lower leg and the GP gave me fungal and steroid creams to apply. After a week the rashes spread to my right lower leg so I went to see a skin specialist and it was diagnos as Discoid Eczema and I was given another type of steroid called Elomet. Meanwhile I changed all my body wash , shampoo n body lotion to soap free product.
After a mth, the rashes spread to my thigh. This time I was given Hydrocortisone cream 0.127% plus doctors' own cream that suppose to calm inflammation. I can see certain spot clear of rashes but then new rashes always came back somewhere near the old inflammed spot.
Now, after 2 mths, the rashes spread to my back and my arm. I know stress will worsen the condition but somehow I do not know what is the main reason for the flare up. By seeing the condition get worse day by day while not knowing what is the underlying problem is stressing me even more which I think also worsen the condition as well.
I am 29 and have no past records of Eczema but I have family members with asthma.
Do Eczema flare up with no apparent reason?
I have spent nearly a thousand dollars within these 2&half mth by seeing skin specialist. I think I need recommendation of good skin specialist or may be other alternative that can help.

Pls help.....
Sara

Clinton, MS

#20 Sep 19, 2008
frezy wrote:
i have it on my face and there is tiny blisters and dry skin on my hips arms and face help i am a child.11 years old it is imberesing!!!!!!!!!!
Sweetie, there is no cure for eczema, so all you can do is learn to accept it. I know its hard and people may talk and be rude to you, but as you get older, say college, no one seems to care. I am 19 years old, had eczema since I was 2, and I have went through what you're going through and I have turned out just fine. Just use fragrance free body wash, face wash, detergent (be sure to only sleep on sheets washed with frag. free detergent! So warn your friend's parents if you have a sleepover at someone else's house), wash your hair in the sink if it gets on your neck and/or ears, get you parents/guardians to use Dove dishwashing detergent, DO NOT SWEAT if you can help it!!!, if you are active, be sure to take a cold shower when you feel your skin start to burn, then go back to excersising (do this as many times as necessary). I know this sounds extreme, but it keeps your flare ups to a minimum. May Kay extra-emollient night cream is GREAT for dry breakouts, as well as Vaseline. My prescriptions include: Protopic, Hydrocortisone Butyrate (.01%), and Clobetasol Propionate (.05%). As you may know, prescriptions are most of the time expensive, but it is not good to just use it when your eczema flares up because then it takes longer to heal. I used to try to "save" my medicine, but now that I have stopped "saving" it for when my eczema breaks out, and use it everyday under my makeup, and every night before i go to bed, my face is almost always clear. Don't worry about being embarrassed. Everyone has something they are insecure about. The way I look at it, if I did not have eczema, I would not be so accepting of other people, and my personality would'nt be the way it is. God gives you obstacles so you can learn and grow. I may dispise this skin of mine every once in a while, but it is a gift, and its not going anywhere...might as well see the good in it.

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#21 Sep 19, 2008
Sara wrote:
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Sweetie, there is no cure for eczema, so all you can do is learn to accept it. I know its hard and people may talk and be rude to you, but as you get older, say college, no one seems to care. I am 19 years old, had eczema since I was 2, and I have went through what you're going through and I have turned out just fine. Just use fragrance free body wash, face wash, detergent (be sure to only sleep on sheets washed with frag. free detergent! So warn your friend's parents if you have a sleepover at someone else's house), wash your hair in the sink if it gets on your neck and/or ears, get you parents/guardians to use Dove dishwashing detergent, DO NOT SWEAT if you can help it!!!, if you are active, be sure to take a cold shower when you feel your skin start to burn, then go back to excersising (do this as many times as necessary). I know this sounds extreme, but it keeps your flare ups to a minimum. May Kay extra-emollient night cream is GREAT for dry breakouts, as well as Vaseline. My prescriptions include: Protopic, Hydrocortisone Butyrate (.01%), and Clobetasol Propionate (.05%). As you may know, prescriptions are most of the time expensive, but it is not good to just use it when your eczema flares up because then it takes longer to heal. I used to try to "save" my medicine, but now that I have stopped "saving" it for when my eczema breaks out, and use it everyday under my makeup, and every night before i go to bed, my face is almost always clear. Don't worry about being embarrassed. Everyone has something they are insecure about. The way I look at it, if I did not have eczema, I would not be so accepting of other people, and my personality would'nt be the way it is. God gives you obstacles so you can learn and grow. I may dispise this skin of mine every once in a while, but it is a gift, and its not going anywhere...might as well see the good in it.
What the... How can you tell this child they have to live with and accept Eczema? I don't know where to begin to tell you just how wrong you are.

You are partially correct, only becaue you cannot "cure" a disease, and you NEVER will be able to, you can only REVERSE it. Eczema is 100% reversible. In ALL people in ALL stages of Eczema.

You are just 1 in hundreds of millions of people who have been blinded by the lies our Government feeds us about the true cause of disease and cancer.

To make things simple and less complicating, Eczema is basically acid wastes leaking through your skin. Some have it mild(which can be treated with creams), where as some have chronic-Eczema which cannot be treated with useless ointments. The correction must be made within the body.

The human body is an anti-cancer agent, the most well-oiled machine on this planet is indeed the human body.

So why are we sick?

What could we possibly be doing to make ourselves sick?

What could we possibly be doing to make our newborn children sick?

What are we putting into our bodies everyday that WE BELIEVE is "good" for us? Could it be...food?

I could write another 60 or so sentences on this subject, but I've already done this in numerous other topics on this forum. If you have accepted your Eczema as permanent, that's fine, but please do not ask others to do so, especially someone as young as 11.

If you wish to read my other posts I shouldn't be hard to find on these forums, I have many posts.
adrienne

Thunder Bay, Canada

#22 Jan 5, 2009
The Revitol all natural skin exfoliator is the revolutionary age-defying skin care system that peels away the ravages of time to reveal the secret of a beautiful face beautiful, healthy, radiant youthful looking skin.

http://www.revitol.com/site/revitol_skin_exfo...
scott

Maidstone, UK

#23 Jan 27, 2009
www.westlabshop.co.uk
dead sea salt supplier who we use

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