Foot eczema, also known as foot dermatitis, is a common condition that affects about 10% of the world population. Foot eczema causes the skin on the foot to become red, itchy and inflamed.
In this video, we will introduce some useful tips for eczema on foot natural home remedies treatment that is advised by different doctors in detail.
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Natural home remedies treatment options for eczema on foot
- Cold Compression.
Apply a cold compress to the inflamed area to reduce itching, swelling, and redness.
- Aloe Vera Gel.
You can use aloe vera products in the same way as other moisturizers. First, clean the skin with unscented soap and water, then apply aloe vera to eczema within 3 minutes to prevent the skin from drying out. Reapply twice per day or according to a doctor’s recommendations. Before using any new product, including aloe vera, try it out on a patch of skin first to check for potential allergies.
- White Mulberry.
Some traditional medicine doctors say that white mulberry is good for eczema. Put a handful of dried white mulberry in half a liter of boiling non-chlorinated water and continue to boil with low heat for six minutes. After the sixth minute, take it off from the stove and wait to cool down. When it comes to a temperature that will not burn your foot skin, put your eczema foot in the basin that fills with that water and let it act for at least 10 minutes. Do it once a night, and most eczema patient’s condition will improve significantly after 5-6 times.
Honey contains sugar, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. If you do choose to use honey for eczema lesions, be sure to use medical-grade honey, such as manuka honey. Medical-grade honey has been treated and filtered to ensure that it’s free of potential contaminants.
Milk especially goat’s milk can boost moisture levels to prevent wrinkles and lines, maintain and repair our skin’s barrier function and reduce skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis.
- Apple cider vinegar.
According to testimony on the National Eczema Association’s Scratch Pad, adding 2 cups of apple cider vinegar to a warm bath helps to moisturize and soothe the skin. it also can balance the skin’s acidity levels. However, in some cases and when overused, the vinegar can harm the body, for example by causing chemical burns.
- Coconut oil.
Coconut oil is a safe and effective natural treatment for eczema. It has antimicrobial properties, which make it effective at killing bacteria on the skin. It’s also highly moisturizing and may reduce inflammation as well as discomfort.
- St. John’s wort oil.
St. John’s wort oil has anti-inflammatory for eczema conditions. People with eczema who used St. John’s wort on one arm and a placebo cream on the other, saw more improvement on the arm treated with St. John’s wort.
Chamomile is a good choice for eczema with its calming and soothing effect. Add some chamomile to a glass of boiling water and infuse for 10 minutes. Then drain and moisten a clean towel with this water, leave it on the eczema area for 10 minutes and rinse. You will get positive results when applied regularly every day.
Turmeric in various topical and oral forms is a staple of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Its anti-inflammatory, anti-pain, anti-bacterial and wound-healing properties, and long history of safety give it allure as a complementary treatment for eczema.
We believe there are more good home remedies that have been tested. We just mentioned a few of them and we believe these remedies can help you out. But If these home remedies cannot relieve your eczema symptoms and your eczema flare-up frequently, We hope you can meet with a dermatologist as soon as possible. You may find more detail about eczema on foot in another video named “Eczema on Feet Causes, Symptoms, Types, Treatment”.