Eczema treatment plan: Very effective
Infinitii

Henderson, NV

#24 Apr 19, 2009
Has anyone tried ingesting probiotics. I ran across an article about it here: eczemaremedyblog.com

Since: Apr 09

UK

#25 Apr 22, 2009
Hi,

I agree that there is no magical cure for eczema, but the skin condition can certainly be effectively treated and controlled.

I had eczema for many years and have finally got my skin under control to the point where I can live itch and weeping rash free.

Through the years I basically put two and two together as to what was causing my eczema using diaries of what I was doing, eating , so it was basically trial and error. Everyone is different but there are generic reasons for eczema in most cases.

I find that my eczema is purely down to the body having some sort of allergic reaction to a substance which could be in my clothing, food, household cleaners, anything.

I totally recommend having a look at the following website http://www.remedyforeczemablog.com as it is all there in black and white to help you heal and prevent eczema without depending on harmful steroids.

I agree with the seasalt especially for scalp eczema. You can purchase it from your local store but just make sure it is pure sea salt and not table salt.

All the best.
Leo

Morocco

#26 Nov 2, 2009
justin wrote:
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!
what kind of hydrocortisone do u use?(acetate,byturate bethamosone etc...)
thx
sunny

Pymble, Australia

#29 Sep 30, 2010
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!!!!!!!!!!
try putting virgin coconut oil and then eucerin on top of it. it seems to help with my daughter's eczema. good luck!
reet

Chandigarh, India

#31 Nov 21, 2010
heloo,
i am suffering from foot ezecma from last one year very itching when season changed m taking lots of medicines but cured . patch ocurrs again and again on right foot sometimes its dry little pain also in foot i cant wear strip sandals bcoz its touches and itching starts ,I ALREADY TAKEN GRISOVIN and ANTIFUNGALS FROM LAST MONTH PLEASE HELP ME
reet

Chandigarh, India

#32 Nov 21, 2010
I WAS ALSO SUFFERED THIS PROBLEM BEFORE FOUR YEARS IN MY HANDS THEN I TAKEN AYURVEDIC TREATMENT NOW AGAIN AFTER FOUR YEARS IN FOOT
cosette

Singapore, Singapore

#33 Apr 14, 2011
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 there, where is the homeopathic doctor in singapore which you went to? i live in singapore and am looking for a doctor who treats eczema.
Selina

Kirkcaldy, UK

#34 Apr 27, 2011
hey guys, I've started a recent blog which basically follows my eczema ups and downs and things that I try. I have recently been trying many different things and am planning to try more which I have researched should help and thought my experiences may help anyone else with eczema (especially facial eczema) find suitable products as I find it so hard to find suitable things!

For example, I have heard shea butter helps, as does coconut oil. Through my trial and error,perhaps you guys can learn tips hopefully.

www.myeczematales.wordpress.com

Plus, someone mentioned vaseline. I do not use this or any thing which is petroleum based because it darkens my skin tone!(I am indian though so it may not apply if you are white or have paler skin). I applied it to my neck and face for months and found that even when it healed the skin colour was darker and not as glowing as the rest of my body! Also I have found that vaseline just sits on my skin rather than moisturising it thoroughly. So I haven't used it for years now.

Hope this helps. Good Luck!
Marcie Mom

Singapore, Singapore

#36 May 25, 2011
My baby has eczema from 2 weeks old, and now at 17 months, her eczema has been managing for about nine months. You can view my Top 10 Eczema Tips here
http://eczemablues.com/eczema-tips/
Abigail

Liverpool, UK

#37 Jun 5, 2011
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
Recommend highly the shampoo from Skin Salveation,we have been using it for years!.They have also just published a free down loadable skincare report,its very good.Lots of stuff about psoriasis,eczema,good sensible stuff,and some observations by a health professional that I hadn't read before.
www.skinsalveation.com Did I say the report is free!!,got to be a first.
worried mum

Ireland

#38 Jun 20, 2011
Please help ..... Our 14 weeks old daughter was diagnosed with eczema at 6 weeks old but she has just had her 1st bad FLARE UP..... she has now been put on steroid cream which is not making much difference. her whole body is raw and weeping including her scalp
Marcie Mom

Singapore, Singapore

#39 Jun 25, 2011
Hi worried mum, have you seen a specialist? My baby girl has eczema at 2 weeks old and I realized that seeing a specialist who would do a skin prick test/ blood test to more accurately diagnose the eczema and identify some triggers are important. PD tends to link it to milk allergy (since that's the only thing a new born come into contact with) but don't have the tests for identifying the triggers.

You can read about the skin prick test in the link below
http://eczemablues.com/2011/04/taking-the-fea...
Hello

Northampton, UK

#40 Jun 27, 2011
FIREDOG

Is it curable by Chinese Medicine?
Pepe

Kathmandu, Nepal

#41 Jul 12, 2011
Try pure Aloe vera plant juice...it helped to control my eczema.
Pepe

Kathmandu, Nepal

#42 Jul 16, 2011
My eczema started when I was 17...it got worst especially during hot season and winter becoz my skin became dry..I tried everything frm pills to applying creams but nothing really worked until 7 yrs later...I tried drinking pure aloe vera plant juice 30ml everyday(it taste horrible I know) but the itching in my legs reduced...If you apply aloe vera directly on your skin, it will only dry it more therefore consuming it is a better option cos it goes directly into your body...I read in an article that aloe vera plant reduces inflammation in the body therefore it has actually helped me alot.I still have to apply moisturiser (QV skin lotion) on my legs everyday to prevent dry skin after bath.
Try it and dont ever lose hope of finding an actually cure for eczema.
Abigail

Liverpool, UK

#43 Jul 16, 2011
Michael Chin wrote:
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
If you want a skincare program in the UK its worth looking at www.skinsalveation.com.Th ere is also a free download report-no purchase required!!.My husband has been using it for 6 years having suffered intermittent eczema since infancy--all gone now tho'!!
Abigail

Liverpool, UK

#44 Jul 16, 2011
Ruth40 wrote:
Hi,
I agree that there is no magical cure for eczema, but the skin condition can certainly be effectively treated and controlled.
I had eczema for many years and have finally got my skin under control to the point where I can live itch and weeping rash free.
Through the years I basically put two and two together as to what was causing my eczema using diaries of what I was doing, eating , so it was basically trial and error. Everyone is different but there are generic reasons for eczema in most cases.
I find that my eczema is purely down to the body having some sort of allergic reaction to a substance which could be in my clothing, food, household cleaners, anything.
I totally recommend having a look at the following website http://www.remedyforeczemablog.com as it is all there in black and white to help you heal and prevent eczema without depending on harmful steroids.
I agree with the seasalt especially for scalp eczema. You can purchase it from your local store but just make sure it is pure sea salt and not table salt.
All the best.
Have a look at the skincare program at www.skinsalveation.com.Be en around for years,my husband swears by it having had chronic eczema since infancy.Discovered it 6 years ago after Doctor recommended it.All clear now!!
Isaac

Singapore, Singapore

#45 Aug 27, 2011
Marcie Mom wrote:
Hi worried mum, have you seen a specialist? My baby girl has eczema at 2 weeks old and I realized that seeing a specialist who would do a skin prick test/ blood test to more accurately diagnose the eczema and identify some triggers are important. PD tends to link it to milk allergy (since that's the only thing a new born come into contact with) but don't have the tests for identifying the triggers.
You can read about the skin prick test in the link below
http://eczemablues.com/2011/04/taking-the-fea...
Hi,

my aunt suffers from Sorosis skin disease for years and tried many treatments from western to chinese.. but all either its too expensive of only improve the condition but worsens the others.. the treatments can be so expensive monthly which she cant even afford as she has 4 more mouths to feed at home.. so out of desperate measures she seeks many alternatives and last dec 2010, she discovered a treatment which involves no pills, no creams and not even any supplements!! best thing is, they only cost a fraction and once u purchase, ul use it forever!!

firstly, Her condition subsides as she used to have pulses which becomes worse when menses comes.. but now, not her face n skin didn erupt anymore, the white spots n wounds on her arms n legs r slowly turning back to normal skin colour!! and she don feel itch any more!!

Whats best is that she slims down also n she feels lighter as the product detox her body as well..

Let me know if u need more info k?
as im in singapore so if u want to meet her in person or to view the above claims, we can arrange a meet up with my aunt n seeing is believing :)

email me at [email protected] ya?
its a Godsend product..:P

Dying of eczema

Singapore, Singapore

#46 Sep 16, 2011
Hi dave, just wanna ask you about the chinese herbal cream, what is it and where can I get it? I have severe eczema, it's really bad now and I'm going to NS next year, can imagine what all the training is going to do to my body, can tell me more about it?
sephie

Singapore, Singapore

#48 Nov 5, 2011
hi please help me. im a 21 yr. old female.. i have eczema on my legs and its very stressfull and embarassing. i love wearing dress and every girl feel envy on my good legs well that was before. please help me any dermatologist or creams that is very effective please let me know :(

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