Wondering How To Get Rid of Eczema—Try This!
Wondering how to get rid of eczema?
Eczema is more commonly seen in children, although it can affect adults. It’s a condition that makes skin red, itchy, and inflamed.
These symptoms can occur sporadically or stick around for the long run, making it a chronic condition.
There’s technically no cure for eczema, but there are many home remedies out there to calm and soothe inflamed, itchy skin.
Perhaps, one of the most challenging things for kids with eczema is trying to get them to stop scratching the affected area.
When they keep scratching, they can make the itching spread and also cause scarring. Here are some other signs of eczema:
- Dry skin patches
- Severe itching
- Small, raised bumps that may leak fluid when scratched
- Reddish-brownish patches of skin
- Thick, cracked, and/or scaly patches of skin
If you have one or more of these symptoms, you’re likely suffering from eczema.
But don’t worry, we’ve got a few natural remedies to keep the irritation under control—and possibly clear it up!
Colloidal Oatmeal Bath
Colloidal oatmeal is well-known for its skin-nourishing properties. It’s abundant in fats, nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that soothe the skin past the surface level.
In fact, back in 2003, the FDA listed it as a skin protectant!
It provides anti-inflammatory effects that reduce the appearance and irritation of eczema. It’s often used in baths to cover the entire body, allowing it to soak into the skin.
Eczema Balm with Essential Oils
Do you know how powerful nature’s herbs and botanical extracts are?
This is why handmade healing balms are the top choice when it comes to eczema relief.
Not only will it immediately soothe those dry, scaly areas, but in a concise amount of time, you’ll see those inflamed patches of skin disappear.
Our healing Eczema Balm contains hand-picked botanical extracts, and essential oils that work together to soothe and revive affected skin areas—chamomile, white willow bark, and rosehip are among some of the featured ingredients!
Avoid Harsh Soap, Dyes, and Synthetics
There’s no doubt you’ve looked at the back of a product and been puzzled by some of the unpronounceable wording.
But artificial ingredients like these can cause irritation and inflammation. If you or your loved one start to experince skin irritation, try cutting out any products that contain harsh surfactants, dyes, and/or synthetics.
Also, pay attention to your hand sanitizers! We’ve seen dermatitis and eczema flare-ups from low-quality hand sanitizer products.
These are just a few things to keep in mind when it comes to eczema. If your kid is suffering from eczema, these are excellent things to try.
In fact, these are all things I tried for my daughter when she started to develop eczema after prolonged exposure to hand sanitizer.
I created an all-natural eczema balm for her, and it cleared it up in just under two weeks!
Grab one today and keep the “itchies” away!