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Diet tips to help treat eczema
Turn to food to tackle your eczema and eat more oily fish to tackle inflammation while improving your skin's function and appearance. Essential fatty acids found in wild-caught fish (and flaxseed... Read more

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Omega-3
Omega -3 helps regulate oil production and helps to keep your skin moist. You can get your dosage through fatty fish like salmon, sardines and mackerel or you can take supplements found in any... Read more

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Cool it down
Take any cold object and place on top of effected area. Read more

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Understanding the root cause of Eczema
To get to the root cause of your eczema it may be essential that you address any gut imbalance. It's been shown that for a lot of people eczema starts in the gut. The way to do this is by consuming... Read more

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Top tips to treat eczema
Milky oat baths are a natural, affordable and very accessible wayto soothe itchy and inflamed skin. three times a week to soothe the skin and lessen itching. Read more

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Food to help support symtoms of eczema
As it’s an inflammatory condition look at an anti-inflammatory diet in the first instance. • Reduce meat and dairy products. Reduce the intake of animal protein from red meat such as beef, pork,... Read more

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Do a food allergy / intolerance test
If you're looking for a natural cure for eczema, it could be worth to have a food allergy and tolerance test done. I discovered I was intolerant for cow's and sheep's dairy and my eczema has gone... Read more

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Coconut oil to help eczema
Use Coconut Oil before and after bath to help keep eczema under control. This works wells for babies. Read more

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ONE of the amazing results of using COCONUT OIL
Coconut oil contains antifungal and antibacterial properties,lauric acid, and Vitamins K and E all which aid itching and soothe the skin. Read more

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Children's remedy
Applying Sudocrem is a cheap and easy cure for Eczema Read more

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Salt water
Place salt into bath or bucket and place area effected in. Read more

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Combination of Dermol 500, Dermol 600 and Epaderm
We tried every cream/bath cream etc out there for my sons eczema. Eventually saw an amazing skin specialist who prescribed the following as the basic foundation for his care (we also had to use... Read more

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Diprobase
After washing, use Diprobase to sooth the skin and counteract eczeme flaring up. Read more

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Corticosteroid cream
On inflammed area, apply a pea sized amount of corticosteroid (like Elomet) on area for a week or until it goes away. Read more

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Very Hot Shower + Aquaphor
Defiantly doesn't work for everyone, but for me, if I shower with very hot water it creates an illusion that you are scratching your body so that it gives some relief. This stops you physically... Read more

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Goats Milk Soap
This is really great to use in the shower - goats milk soap - (which is also good for dry skin). I buy it from a local guy in Texas but any goats milk soap is good… Zum Bar is a brand which is sold... Read more

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Zinc Rich Foods to help your Eczema
Increase your intake of zinc-rich foods like pumpkin seeds or chia seeds. The zinc is crucial for skin health, increasing wound healing abilities and metabolising fatty acids. Even having 2... Read more

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How to look after sensitive skin
If you're suffering from sensitive skin, focusing on including anti-inflammatory foods in your diet is a good start and make sure you listen to your gut health too. I'd suggest trying to adding... Read more

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