If you suffer from eczema, you want and need to seek relief.
You may opt for expensive over-the-counter products or try prescriptions recommended by your doctor.
These may work, but do not discount natural ways to fight off eczema.
Luckily, there are many natural remedies that have proven effective for treating eczema, 5 of which are outlined below.
1. Bathe Properly
Proper bathing and showering is key to not only treating eczema.
But preventing more outbreaks.
Most medical professionals recommend short showers or baths.
Lukewarm water with no bath bubbles is advised.
Eczema suffers should also limit the amount of scented shampoo, conditioner, and soap they use.
Opt for all-natural or organic instead.
Although not necessarily an all-natural cure, lotions and creams should be applied immediately following a bath or shower to lock in the moisture.
2. Drink Plenty of Water
Lukewarm baths and showers have their benefits because they moisturize the skin.
Lotions and creams can help keep this moisture locked in.
Do not just moisture your body from the outside, but the inside too.
The most natural and easiest way to do so is to drink lots of water.
Keep your body hydrated and it will help your skin, making eczema easier to manage.
3. Take Oatmeal Baths
Above it was stated that short baths and showers are recommended.
The only exception to this is when oatmeal is used.
Oatmeal tends to have a calming effect on the skin.
There are all-natural oatmeal bath product sold at most department stores and drug stores, but you can easily make your own mixture.
Honestly, the oatmeal sold at supermarkets will do.
Add 2 or 3 cups to a bathtub filled with lukewarm water.
4. Watch What You Need
Watching what you eat is a natural way to fight off eczema.
Unfortunately, you may run into some problems.
You want to eat skin healthy foods, but some of these foods may trigger an outbreak or flare-up.
For example, fruits are known to help against premature aging, but seeded fruits are a common eczema cause.
You should keep a daily log of your food and drink consumption.
Use this to determine what you ate or drank before each outbreak.
If you notice a pattern, permanently adjusting your eating habits.
5. Use All-Natural Supplements
All-natural supplements have proven helpful in many eczema patients.
In fact, some swear by them.
What you want to do is research natural supplements that can help treat or cure eczema.
Good examples include fish oil, vitamin E, and vitamin C.
Then, work on adding these supplements into your diet.
Do so slowly and one at a time, so you know which works and which does not.
Supplements come in over-the-counter format, but most are found naturally in foods too.
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