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Saturday, August 25, 2018

What you should know: 7 Natural Remedies For Eczema

Eczema, a condition that makes a person's skin red and itchy, is long lasting and can even be accompanied by asthma or hay fever. According to Mayo Clinic, while no cure has been found for eczema (or atopic dermatitis), there are treatments and self-care measures that can relieve itching and prevent new outbreaks
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Eczema, a condition that makes a person's skin red and itchy, is long lasting and can even be accompanied by asthma or hay fever. According to Mayo Clinic, while no cure has been found for eczema (or atopic dermatitis), there are treatments and self-care measures that can relieve itching and prevent new outbreaks.   Advertisement      There are some natural remedies for eczema:    1. Coconut oil  Applying coconut oil topically reduces the amount of staph bacteria on the skin, which in turn reduces the chance of infection.    One must apply “virgin” or “cold pressed” coconut oil once or twice a day to damp skin.    2. Aloe Vera  The cooling effect of aloe vera gel is very helpful to itchy skin.  People with eczema are advised to grow aloe vera so they can get the gel directly from the plant.        3. Flaxseeds  Flaxseeds, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, help block arachidonic acid in your body called photo  responsible for inflammation.    4. Raw Apple Cider Vinegar  In is suggested that individuals dilute it by adding one part purified water to one part apple cider vinegar.    People with very sensitive skin may need to dilute more.        5. Oatmeal   Soaking in a tub of oatmeal can help calm itchy skin.    Since itching makes eczema, it is suggested that worse the water at a lukewarm temperature.    6. Sunflower oil   Sunflower oil boosts the skin’s barrier function, helping it to retain moisture.     Apply sunflower oil to adult skin twice a day. It is recommended that one of those times is shortly after bathing while skin is still wet.          7. Tea tree oil  Tea tree oil treats a variety of skin conditions due to its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and nourishing properties.Tea tree oil used in the combination of olive oil can help in curbing the itching and soften dried skin.    For more details, one may watch this video:         Read more: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: AVOCADO HAS GLUTATHIONE   7 NATURAL REPELLENTS THAT PROTECT YOU AGAINST DENGUE, OTHER MOSQUITO-BORNE DISEASES  TAKE NOTE: 10 FOOD AND DRINKS THAT CONTROL       This article was filed under Health, Health news, Healthy life news, Newshealth, Healthy Living, Health blogs, Health benefits, Food, Drinks, Natural, and Eczema.

There are some natural remedies for eczema:

1. Coconut oil
Applying coconut oil topically reduces the amount of staph bacteria on the skin, which in turn reduces the chance of infection.

One must apply “virgin” or “cold pressed” coconut oil once or twice a day to damp skin.

2. Aloe Vera
The cooling effect of aloe vera gel is very helpful to itchy skin.  People with eczema are advised to grow aloe vera so they can get the gel directly from the plant.


3. Flaxseeds
Flaxseeds, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, help block arachidonic acid in your body called photo  responsible for inflammation.

4. Raw Apple Cider Vinegar
In is suggested that individuals dilute it by adding one part purified water to one part apple cider vinegar.

People with very sensitive skin may need to dilute more.



5. Oatmeal 
Soaking in a tub of oatmeal can help calm itchy skin.

Since itching makes eczema, it is suggested that worse the water at a lukewarm temperature.

6. Sunflower oil 
Sunflower oil boosts the skin’s barrier function, helping it to retain moisture.


Apply sunflower oil to adult skin twice a day. It is recommended that one of those times is shortly after bathing while skin is still wet.


  Eczema, a condition that makes a person's skin red and itchy, is long lasting and can even be accompanied by asthma or hay fever. According to Mayo Clinic, while no cure has been found for eczema (or atopic dermatitis), there are treatments and self-care measures that can relieve itching and prevent new outbreaks.   Advertisement      There are some natural remedies for eczema:    1. Coconut oil  Applying coconut oil topically reduces the amount of staph bacteria on the skin, which in turn reduces the chance of infection.    One must apply “virgin” or “cold pressed” coconut oil once or twice a day to damp skin.    2. Aloe Vera  The cooling effect of aloe vera gel is very helpful to itchy skin.  People with eczema are advised to grow aloe vera so they can get the gel directly from the plant.        3. Flaxseeds  Flaxseeds, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, help block arachidonic acid in your body called photo  responsible for inflammation.    4. Raw Apple Cider Vinegar  In is suggested that individuals dilute it by adding one part purified water to one part apple cider vinegar.    People with very sensitive skin may need to dilute more.        5. Oatmeal   Soaking in a tub of oatmeal can help calm itchy skin.    Since itching makes eczema, it is suggested that worse the water at a lukewarm temperature.    6. Sunflower oil   Sunflower oil boosts the skin’s barrier function, helping it to retain moisture.     Apply sunflower oil to adult skin twice a day. It is recommended that one of those times is shortly after bathing while skin is still wet.          7. Tea tree oil  Tea tree oil treats a variety of skin conditions due to its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and nourishing properties.Tea tree oil used in the combination of olive oil can help in curbing the itching and soften dried skin.    For more details, one may watch this video:         Read more: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: AVOCADO HAS GLUTATHIONE   7 NATURAL REPELLENTS THAT PROTECT YOU AGAINST DENGUE, OTHER MOSQUITO-BORNE DISEASES  TAKE NOTE: 10 FOOD AND DRINKS THAT CONTROL       This article was filed under Health, Health news, Healthy life news, Newshealth, Healthy Living, Health blogs, Health benefits, Food, Drinks, Natural, and Eczema.


7. Tea tree oil
Tea tree oil treats a variety of skin conditions due to its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and nourishing properties.Tea tree oil used in the combination of olive oil can help in curbing the itching and soften dried skin.


For more details, one may watch this video:

 
This article was filed under Health, Health news, Healthy life news, Newshealth, Healthy Living, Health blogs, Health benefits, Food, Drinks, Natural, and Eczema.
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7 NATURAL REPELLENTS THAT PROTECT YOU AGAINST DENGUE, OTHER MOSQUITO-BORNE DISEASES 

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