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Shopgal

Singapore, Singapore

#50 Jan 7, 2012
Dave Tan wrote:
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 reborn2512@gmail.com if you have any question.
Hi where can I get the herbal cream?
MarcieMom

Singapore

#51 Jan 10, 2012
Hi Sephie, my baby has eczema so the doctors I come across are mainly seeing children but you can go to National Skin Centre - Dr Mark Tang. Some ladies find http://eczemablues.com useful info for them though it's primarily infor for children with eczema. There's a sensitive skin product series I've just started with leading hypoallergenics authority, it may be able to help you choose your cream.
delirious78

Singapore, Singapore

#52 Jan 11, 2012
Dying of eczema wrote:
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?
Have you gone for your medical check up? If you have a history of eczema, they will probably assign you to a sedentary position (admin clerk). That is what happened to me when I enlisted. It will help, if you tell them where you are seeking treatment. If it's the NSC, then it may help if you get a note from your doctor.
maryland-dc

Pasadena, MD

#54 Jan 29, 2012
My daughter of seven years old has been battling eczema for 4 years after her 3 yr old vaccines. First of all do not allow drs to do multiple vaccines at one time worst thing for a immune system
Secondly,
I too went to a holistic doctor and they told me that eczema is a auto immune issue.
1. CHEWABLE childrens PROBIOTICS NATURES BRAND. TWICE A DAY) only buy frig kind shelf less potent.
2. PURCHASE ALL NATURAL SOAP. THEY REC COCONUT SEAWEED SOAP. both ingreds have numerous minerals and coconut oil should be used to cook with, ok for bath water and internally if you can doit. it has anti viral properties. WHO DOESNOT LOVE THE SMELL OF COCONUT :)
3. use neem soap or collidal silver on effective areas to kill the fungus. Yes everyone , they considered it a fungus. I have been using both. She had severly cracked fingers leading to healthy looking in 5 days. Still bumpy, but not broken huge improvement. Mostureize after 5min with coco nut oil or a derma e psoriasis creme
4. diet. no dairy use coconut or almond milk
no gluten/ wheat no sugar,. Common food allergies or celetic disease is a primary infection were eczema is secondary. limit sugar intake. focus on fruit and vegs and meats. Unless fresh cut fries or potatoes or rice is cooked in water or coconut/ oil/ grapeseed oil do not use. No season packets all have wheat product. BTW- coconut oil great hair mask, hair extremely soft afterwards
hope this helps everyone. Go to herb shops and research for yourself. very promising what you can find out. best wishes .
All gone

Ladera Ranch, CA

#55 Apr 19, 2012
I use a product called citron night spray. Cleared me up. I also use it on my new born. The guy I bought it from told it was so safe that he actually sprayed it in his eyes and then drank it. I've been using it for a year now.
Ryn

Singapore, Singapore

#56 May 12, 2012
Hi dave im interested in the cream but does it work for adults as well?
moh

Singapore, Singapore

#57 Jun 5, 2012
my daughter uses olive oil soap and its seems to help remove the itch and gradually the skin condition gets better. Find out more from

http://www.oliveoilsoapfactory.com.au
eczema solution

Savannah, GA

#58 Jun 5, 2012
hello everybody
i know lot of peopel in the usa they tried lot of medication,but they still had the eczima for years and years. i have the cure 100%,a traditional way that, i am going to start selling this product soon in the market for cheap. the reason not to make money,but to help peopel,i was living in poor family that can not afford to buy medicine.and when somebody had the eczima we been using just this formula that iam going to sell in the future.no chemical stuff or lotions... anyway, iam working hard now to save some money to start this project.
i know this is a miracl for a lot of peopel, but for us is just one solution of thousand solutions.they said the nessicity is the mother of the invention.see you soon friends .
bryni

Chicago, IL

#59 Jun 6, 2012
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
I've never tried these salts in many daughters bath but willing to try. How much salt do you put on the bath water and where do I find dead sea salt?
EFEMF

Plymouth, UK

#61 Sep 10, 2012
My mother has severely cracked skin on all of her fingers and the palms of her hands are red raw. Her symptoms are extreme tenderness, she's unable to pick up anything. She has been to skin specialists in London and as yet no one seems to know what is wrong and offer her steroids. She doesn't want steroids but an answer of how it occurs and what she can do to treat it. I have researched on a lot of websites looking for images of something similar - so far the closest I can find is of eczema, but I am not sure. Her hands look like they have been sliced with a scalpel, the skin is chronically dry, flakes and underneath is scarlet red. If anyone has any clue and more so advice on what I can do to help her, it would be appreciated. She is at her wits end.
lucy1123

Ålborg, Denmark

#62 Sep 28, 2012
Hi! I would like to recommend you the following 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 really good condition. You can find here many useful informations, even how to shower and bath yourself, what you should not eat, what cream is the best, not commercial..I highly recommend you to check this blog, because it helped me a lot, I am 35 and still living with little eczema... http://www.myatopiceczema.com/
Eea2012

Kitimat, Canada

#63 Nov 8, 2012
Hello all!
I suffer from severe eczema on my face, around my eyes and mouth, the inside of my elbows, and between my fingers. Its really taking toll on my self confidence and I'm having a really hard time controlling the flare ups. Everynight I am constantly trying to find amazing remedies to clear it up. And I find it very comforting that there are others out there with this horrible skin problem. I have a few questions? I'm from northern British Columbia, and old man winter is here. So my skin is at its worst. Do you think its a good idea to cover
Eea2012

Kitimat, Canada

#64 Nov 8, 2012
Up the affected area? And what's everyone's thoughts about oral steroid pills? My dads side of the family has extremely bad eczema. And an uncle was prescribed the pills. I'm just up for anything! I have cortizone creams, allergy pills, fragrance free home, and a food journal. Let me know your thoughts!!
Chrissy

Blackwood, UK

#65 Mar 10, 2013
EFEMF wrote:
My mother has severely cracked skin on all of her fingers and the palms of her hands are red raw. Her symptoms are extreme tenderness, she's unable to pick up anything. She has been to skin specialists in London and as yet no one seems to know what is wrong and offer her steroids. She doesn't want steroids but an answer of how it occurs and what she can do to treat it. I have researched on a lot of websites looking for images of something similar - so far the closest I can find is of eczema, but I am not sure. Her hands look like they have been sliced with a scalpel, the skin is chronically dry, flakes and underneath is scarlet red. If anyone has any clue and more so advice on what I can do to help her, it would be appreciated. She is at her wits end.
Just read your problem. I have had a severe hand problem for over 3 years with cracking of backs of hands and blistering and constant flaking . I used steroid creams which would clear the problem for a few days to a week but it would then return. I found that my problem was wearing rubber gloves for washing up etc. even the sensitive gloves caused a problem. I stopped wearing them, used the steroid cream to get the excema under control and started using a cream Aveeno skin relief with Shea butter moisturising lotion. It has no steroids and is paraben and fragrance free. I use this daily and at night also wear cotton gloves to help absorb into my hands. You didn't mention if your mum had excema elsewhere only on her hands. My hands are now so soft and healthy looking, it is such a relief. I know how your mum must be feeling, it is such a stressful problem. I have used endless steroids and creams over the past few years and also visited a private specialist for patch tests which didn't really help. You can buy this cream in the local supermarkets. Hope this post will help your mum.
Mel

London, UK

#66 Apr 25, 2013
The body is amazing. The reason people get eczema is individual to that person. It may be genetic, caused by stress, allergies or a combination of these things and more. The treatment for this condition is as individual as the cause. It can be cured if you want it to be.
I have designed a program to help people get over eczema and be happy, healthy and free....
Check out my website healingessentialsmd.com
I got over eczema, you can too!
Tiff P

Toronto, Canada

#67 Apr 28, 2013
@Amy I know what you mean about Head & Shoulders!! It has way too many chemicals!

This post on www.shampooforeczema.net also shares on all the chemicals that it has! It has over 10+ chemicals in it...and after seeing that, I wouldn't recommend it on anyone - not even for my daughter.

I hope to find more natural methods that will help it heal.
wow

Clifton, NJ

#68 Apr 28, 2013
sounds good tx
Mel

London, UK

#69 Apr 28, 2013
There is nothing externally that really helps cure the problem. It is an internal issue. Keeping moisturised and mentally happy really helps to manage it but diet and lifestyle are really the only way to cure eczema.
Jolia

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

#73 Dec 16, 2013
How does Dead Sea products Help My Skin?Does it works for everyone?Does it worth the price? Is It the same products with ( http://deadseaproductstore.com )?
please send me more details a bout dead sea products.
Regards.
Jolia
nita

Singapore, Singapore

#75 Dec 19, 2013
Hi my 10 year old son has eczema on his both feet for the past 4 years. He has problem wearing shoes or walking. Day by day its getting wose. I brought him to many clinics n was give n the same cream to apply but its not working. Please help

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