Treating Eczema Naturally
Get relief from your eczema the natural way
If you’ve done the rounds of skin experts and dermatologists and still found no relief, maybe it’s time you turned to some more natural Eczema remedies? I’ve put together a few tips here that will help you experience some relief from your condition.
Learn To Like Blueberries
OK, well maybe that’s not so necessary. Eczema experts have found that there is something in Blueberry leaves called chlorogenic acid, and this acid can have excellent effects on your Eczema. In short, it uses completely natural means to remove the microbes from your skin which cause the itching and discomfort. It’s also an excellent natural anti inflammatory, so when you apply it to the affected area you will really notice the benefit. You should be able to find some kind of blueberry leaf extract online or in your local wellness store.
Get A Moisturization Routine
Anyone with Eczema should keep their skin moisturized as often as they can. It’s as simple as that. Your skin is a lot less prone to itching and cracking if it is soft and supple, and moisturization is the key to this. Aim for at least twice a day, and if possible after bathing. You want to do it after bathing or a shower so the moisturizer can lock the moisture from the bath into your skin. You may also find that you get by better if you can find an unscented moisturizer.
Get Some Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a very powerful natural antioxidant. Applied to the affected areas, it can remove all traces of dirt/bacteria/anything else that may otherwise have the effect of worsening your symptoms.
Hopefully, if you’ve been at the end of your tether after getting nowhere with the Doctors and specialists, these tips may bring you some relief. The key is to actually take some action and be consistent with it. If you apply these tips consistently, you can see considerable relief. I also recommend that you take a look at this all natural complete Eczema treatment system, its worked wonders for thousands of eczema sufferers… including me!