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Healing of severe eczema - new book

Hi Mark I am glad to hear of your success. No doubt you used all natural methods. Personally I have found these to be best. http://youreasyecz  (May 25, 2012 | post #2)


Video: PJs may fight eczema symptoms

I am not sure that a special pajama pants will help eczema, unless the material does not irritate the skin. The key to getting rid of eczema is finding out the causes and then as far as possible avoiding them. If you are interested in getting rid of eczema by targeting the root causes. Click on the link below: http://allergyrock .com  (Mar 7, 2012 | post #2)

Acne Vulgaris

How to Find the Best Skin Care Products to Make You Acne ...

I have suffered from acne myself, and so I empathise with people who do. While I woud not want to knock any product that another has put a lot of hard work into developing. It is important to realise that acne treatment is not all about products you apply to your skin. When I started to use a very inexpensive system which taught me how to get rid of my acne from the inside out.I finally made progress with my acne. If you want to find out more click o the link below now: /6oprbkb  (Feb 22, 2012 | post #11)


Ear Eczema HELP!

I too suffer with ear eczema. Sometimes there is a fungal component to it and so an ear drop that contains a steroid and an antifungal will treat the acute problem. The fact that your husband gets pain suggest that there is an infection which needs treating. What I have found prevents my ears from scaling and itching is Extra virgin cold pressed coconut oil and dead sea salts. when I have my bath I place a little of the salt on my wet finger and put in into my ear, I then stand upright and use water on my fingers agan to disslve and remove the salt from my ear.I then apply a small amount of coconut oil to the tip of my little finger and then rub it in the outer ear. I do not put any thing further in side my ears. These have worked to control the itch and the scaling for me. However, I think that if your husband is having pain he needs to see the doctor, to get treatment for the infection. Having suffered with eczema myself, I like to educate people on how to get rid of their eczema. If you want to find out more then click on the link below now: http://allergyrock .com  (Feb 22, 2012 | post #31)


eczema on groin area help needed!

Hi Roger Eczema in the groin can be very tough to get rid of. I had a problem with it myself, and two things helped me. I used dead sea salt soaks. I would put some in a small amount of bath water and then, sit in it for about 10 minutes each day. After I would gently dry the area and apply organic Extra virgin cold pressed coconut oil. Also wear pure cotton underwear and do not bathe in hot water since this dries out the skinand makes the problem worse. Before you use any of the above products, however you should go to your doctor and let them have a look at the rash to determine if it is really eczema. Sometimes you can get a fungal infection in the groin area which itches quite a bit. In this case you will need a strong antifungal cream to treat that. If you want to know more about controlling eczema, click on the link below. http://allergyrock .com  (Feb 21, 2012 | post #38)



Joan, I am sorry to hear about your husband's problems with eczema. I too had eczema for many years. The key to gaining control over eczema is to focus on the root causes of the eczema. This takes persistance and patience. There is a need to keep an eczema diary, where every thing he is exposed to and have eaten is recorded. It is also important to make a note of stressful events as well. At the same time note when the eczema is worse. After doing this for a while he should star to see a pattern of similar exposures around the time his eczema is worse. Chances are these are the things that trigger his eczema. The next step is to avoid the triggers as much as possible. It is also important to eat a healthy balanced diet, and drink plenty of water. your husband should use non-soap based natural cleansers for his baths, and use natural moisturisers. I found organic extra virgin cold pressed coconut oil to be an excellent moisturiser for my eczema skin. If he is sensitive to coconut, another natural oil such as almond oil may help. http://allergyrock .com  (Feb 15, 2012 | post #2)