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Top 7 Natural Treatments for Eczema

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Top 7 Natural Treatments for Eczema

  1. Eczema is a skin condition that affects more people than you might think. Actually, eczema is a collective name for conditions in which there is an inflammatory reaction of the skin. In many cases this is an extreme reaction of the immune system, in response to contact with a certain substance such as perfume, soap, or other substances.

  2. Eczema is a skin condition that affects more people than you might think. Eczema is actually a collective name for conditions in which there is an inflammatory reaction of the skin. In many cases this is an extreme reaction of the immune system, in response to contact with a certain substance such as perfume, soap, or other substances.

  1. TIP from Robert Jan: Do you want to get rid of eczema quickly in a safe and skin-friendly way? This works immediately >>

  1. The weather can also affect an eczema outbreak. Medication from the general practitioner is based on hormones and symptom control, and are therefore often disappointing. But did you know that there are also natural treatments for eczema?

  2. The weather can also affect an eczema outbreak. Medication from the GP is based on hormones and symptom management, and so are often disappointing. But did you know that there are also natural treatments for eczema?

  1. Read on soon!

General advice

  1. If you suffer from eczema, it is important to slightly adjust your diet and / or lifestyle. In addition to the natural treatments that I will come back to later, there are at least a few general advice:

There are also natural treatments!

  1. Many people do not want to follow regular medication and treatment, because in many cases it is based on hormones, and then only fights the symptoms. Below you will find 7 treatments / treatment methods that are not scientifically proven, but do help, given all the user experiences.

  1. This oil has now become more or less the proverbial Haarlem oil. An oil that can be used for many ailments. Coconut oil can also be a solution for eczema, not only for adults but also for small children and even babies. The use is very simple:

  1. Massage the eczema areas with pure coconut oil and you will see an improvement within 24 hours.

  1. But how does coconut oil work?

  1. The part of the skin where the eczema is located loses a lot of moisture, causing it to dry out. The coconut oil ensures that the skin remains hydrated, so that the skin is less drawn by the dryness.

  2. The part of the skin where the eczema is located loses a lot of moisture, causing it to dry out. The coconut oil ensures that the skin remains hydrated, so that the skin is less prone to dryness.

  1. The substances in the coconut oil provide a protective layer on your skin. As a result, the skin is better protected against harmful substances from the outside that can easily penetrate into the skin, and vice versa, this layer ensures that your skin loses much less moisture, so that the skin does not dry out.

  1. Coconut oil has the ability to successfully attack and kill fungi and bacteria, thereby minimizing skin irritation and infections. Bacteria and fungi always live on your skin, and this is not a problem at all with healthy skin.

  2. Coconut oil has the ability to successfully attack and kill fungi and bacteria, thereby minimizing skin irritation and infections. Bacteria and fungi always live on your skin, and with healthy skin this is no problem at all.

  1. The eczema skin is extra sensitive to external attacks. The coconut oil will help ward off these attacks.

  1. Aloe Vera is a much discussed natural remedy. The term â € Haarlemmer oilâ € ™ also applies here. In general, users are very enthusiastic, science remains aloof because they think it is not 'scientifically proven'. Yes, but all the enthusiastic reactions from users is enough for me, especially with a natural product like Aloe Vera.

  1. To combat the eczema, it is sufficient to apply the pure Aloe Vera to the eczema skin several times a day. To enhance the effect it is often recommended by experience experts to also drink the pure Aloe Vera juice because of the effect on the immune system.

  1. Those who suffer from eczema often benefit from a day at the beach. The salty sea water is a blessing for the eczema spots! Unfortunately, not everyone is able to regularly spend a day at the beach, so there are also salt-based solutions at home.

  2. Those who suffer from eczema often benefit from a day at the beach. The salty sea water is a blessing for the eczema spots! Unfortunately, not everyone is able to regularly spend a day at the beach, so there are also home solutions based on salt.

  1. For those who want to make a great working spray themselves, here's a recipe:

  1. Ingredients

  1. How do you make it?

  1. Everyone has a â € triggerâ € ™ which causes the eczema outbreak. This trigger can be cold / warm, or damp weather, for example. But in most cases, the trigger is a certain nutrient. To find out, making an appointment with an allergist is a good step.

  1. Okay, it is a long process and in most cases it is not covered by your insurance, but if the conclusion is that a certain nutrient is your trigger for the eczema outbreaks then you can adjust your diet. If you are unable to see an allergist for whatever reason, you can alternatively keep a diary.

  1. TIP from Robert Jan: Do you want to get rid of eczema quickly in a safe and skin-friendly way? This works immediately >>

  1. Here you must describe exactly what and when you ate, together with the status of your eczema. This process can also be long, and is never completely 100% exact, but it does give you an insight into your trigger. If necessary, you can still take this information to the allergist, so that he can start an investigation in a much more targeted way.

  1. Cod liver oil has a very bad reputation. Many people think cod liver oil is dirty, and they are right about that. But cod liver oil remains an important supplier of very good nutrients. A misunderstanding is that cod liver oil is extracted from whales.

  1. Completely wrong!

  1. Cod liver oil is an animal oil extracted from the liver of fish in the cod family. It is a very fatty oil that contains a lot of vitamin A, vitamin D, phosphorus and iodine. It is also an oil that contains the highest concentration of Omega-3 fatty acids. Cod liver oil used to be used regularly, but since vitamins A and D were added to margarine in 1961, the use of cod liver oil has declined sharply. Unfortunately.

  1. The easiest way is to take the cod liver oil in the form of capsules, so as a dietary supplement.

  1. Earlier we spoke about the benefits of a visit to the beach where the salt water can have a beneficial effect on eczema. Going to the beach every day will not be an option, but you don't have to. If you have a bath, you can make your own North Sea.

  1. Fill your bath with warm water and add 1 to 2 cups of Himalayan Salt and half a cup of Magnesium Bath Flakes. You can supplement this with a delicious bath oil. Nice bath!

  1. Violets have been used since time immemorial to treat inflamed skin. For the treatment, or at least soothing, eczema, you can combine this with, for example, Chamomile. Chamomile has very strong antiseptic properties. You can of course buy the balm, but you can also make it yourself quite easily :)

  1. Ingredients

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Finally

  1. Treating eczema with regular medication is perhaps the easiest way for the doctor, at least for them, but for the patient it is definitely not fun, especially because the results are often very disappointing. The symptoms may go away, but the real problem is often not addressed.

  1. TIP from Robert Jan: Do you want to get rid of eczema quickly in a safe and skin-friendly way? This works immediately >>

  1. Try one or more of the natural remedies described in this article. It's all pure nature, so you don't risk anything with it. It doesn't help, it doesn't harm either!

  1. Do you have any additions? Do you know another (grandmother's) remedy for eczema?

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