Many people have used a number of natural remedies for eczema with good results, such as sunlight or oils. These people, as you probably are, has decided to go the natural route, instead of using chemicals that may have side effects or cost an arm and a leg to buy. When I suffered eczema, these were some of my main concerns. Here you will learn more about how to include it in your natural remedy:
So, why does Sunlight helps treat Eczema?
Sunlight triggers the body to make certain vitamins. Even if you take some supplements, there is no substitute for sunlight. These vitamins are part of your body armory to fight eczema. The trick is to achieve the balance so your body receives the necessary sunlight and you don’t over do it.
1. Safety First
This is very important since they tend to irritate your skin and make your eczema worse.
2. Change your footwear
Buy new shoes that let your feed ventilate. The usual footwear traps your feet inside your shoe and the sweat stays inside it. If you must use socks, make sure you only use cotton ones.
3. avoid allergy factors.
However, it came back just about a month after. Applying it again just made it worse, and my doctor had to change it for other creams. After using over 3 treatments, I decided to abandon these.
My main concern when trying to get rid of it was trying to use only natural remedies for eczema, I didn’t want any chemicals or cortisone entering my body again!
Here are some oils that are great natural remedies for eczema:
Peppermint oil is very effective relieving the itching that is common with this skin disorder. Rub a diluted peppermint oil over the affected area to get a relieve sensation.
Patchouli oil is a natural antiseptic, and effectively control eczema outbreaks. Just apply over the affected area and let it dry.
Oatmeal. Not an oil, but helps reduce the itch and the soften the skin.
These home remedies are proven to help in making eczema go away. They don’t only control the disorder but also makes the body healthy as well.