Best Natural Remedies For Eczema (Part II)


Here is the second part of the best natural remedies for eczema. These aren’t cures but rather treatments for the symptoms. It is very tough to have a dermatological issue as it can interfere with your comfort and confidence. These treatment methods may help relieve some of the redness and irritation.

Colloidal Oatmeal

Best Natural Remedies For Eczema (Part II)
Best Natural Remedies For Eczema (Part II)

This is also known as Avena sativa. This is basically from ground and boiled oats. The grinding and boiling processes are to extract the healing features of oats to make it into a good treatment for your skin. There are countless benefits to using it such as removing skin roughness, relieving itchy areas, reducing dryness, and eliminating scaling. These are all conditions associated with having eczema and you can relieve those by using colloidal oatmeal. All you need to do is to add some of the colloidal oatmeal into your bathtub and then soak yourself in for as long as the properties will set into your skin.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has always been a staple in the world of dermatological treatment. It has nourishing and moisturizing properties that come in handy when battling eczema and other skin complications. It has anti-inflammatory properties that will improve the skin’s barrier and defense against certain bacteria and viruses. A study conducted indicated that coconut oil is better at relieving eczema symptoms when compared to mineral oil. To use this, simply lather over the area with eczema as soon as you have finished bathing. Repeat this multiple times each day. It solidifies at room temperature so you can just warm it up with your fingers before application.

Honey

Best Natural Remedies For Eczema (Part II)
Best Natural Remedies For Eczema (Part II)

Honey is yet another great and healthy ingredient for nourishing your skin. Numerous historical records show that it has always been part of the treatment plan for wounds. These boost the immune system of an individual which strengthens his defense against infections and other foreign elements. Honey can also be applied over burn wounds as it has antibacterial properties. You can simply dab a little honey over the infected area to hasten the healing process of your skin.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is extracted from the leaves of the plant species Melaleuca alternifolia. It is a popularly used element for treating skin complications and it also has a lot of beneficial properties like anti-inflammatory, wound-healing, and antibacterial. It can even eliminate excessive dryness and provide some relief to itchy skin which is usually a result of having eczema.

Before you use this essential oil on your skin, make sure to dilute it first with a carrier in order to soften its effects on your skin. Mix the tea tree oil with some olive oil or almond oil before rubbing it over your infected skin.

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