Top Three Natural Eczema Treatments

Eczema is a skin condition that causes dry, read and itchy spots. If you are suffering from eczema, you are looking for treatment options and relief for this condition. Natural eczema treatments are a great way to provide relief from eczema. Here are three natural eczema treatments you can try.

Natural Healing Lotions

When it comes to healing broken skin you should consider vitamin e and zinc to promote fast healing. Choose natural lotions with either one of these ingredients. Of course, you can also take both of them as an oral supplement. Natural healing lotions can help along in the healing process and get your skin back to normal faster.

Soothing Oatmeal Baths

An oatmeal bath is a great way to treat eczema. Add ground oatmeal to running bathwater. The oatmeal soothes itchy skin which of course keeps you from scratching and gives your skin a chance to heal. Oatmeal bath packets can be found at any drugstore or natural food store. Another option is to buy plain oatmeal and grind it in a coffee grinder to make your own oatmeal bath. When taking an oatmeal bath, it is important that the water isn’t too hot, or you risk drying your skin out even more. After your bath, use a soft towel to pat yourself dry. Avoid rubbing with the towel, which could irritated sensitive skin.

Prevent Eczema With A Good Moisturizer

The best way to treat eczema is to prevent it from flaring up in the first place. One way to do this is to keep your skin well moisturized. A natural body lotion without additives or preservatives should be used daily. This is particularly important right after you get out of the shower. Use moisturizer several times a day during the winter months, when your skin is exposed to dry heated air. Moisturizing your skin will help prevent eczema from flaring up. Make sure you also drink plenty of water to moisturize from the inside as well.

Give these natural eczema treatments a try and see if they don’t provide you at least some relief. Of course they should not be your only treatment option if you are suffering from moderate to severe eczema.

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