Home remedies for eczema can be an important part of your overall treatment plan. Some may help improve skin hydration and alleviate some of the side effects of this common skin disorder, including itching and redness.
But you should be clear, this is not to suggest that natural remedies have no place in your treatment plan. You simply need to use your best judgment and work with your dermatologist to ensure the remedy neither causes you harm nor interacts with any of your other medications or treatments.
In this video, we want to give you some hints about 10 natural home remedies for eczema on face.
- Determine Your Triggers. Common triggers of eczema include skin irritants like soaps and detergents, allergens, some fabrics, certain foods, hormones, and stress. Find out your trigger and try to avoid them.
- Drink Enough Water. Water is a vital player in blood circulation, digestion, nutrient absorption, and toxin elimination. Dehydration can heighten sensitive skin issues, cause your skin to lose elasticity, and speed up the aging process.
- Moisturise regularly and use a humidifier. The aim of moisture and humidifier is to keep your skin avoid dryness. But choose moisturizer products wisely.
- Keep Yourself from Scratching. Keeping your fingernails short can limit potential damage done by itching. You may also wear gloves to prevent scratching.
- Apple Cider Vinegar. The natural astringent, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties of apple cider vinegar make it a great ingredient for treating not only eczema scars but eczema flare-ups as well.
- Aloe Vera. For many people, aloe Vera is the go-to for both eczema and scar treatment. Aloe vera has proven antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.
- Manuka Honey. All honey, but Manuka in particular can help stimulate wound healing. This means your flare-ups are less likely to result in scarring. It’s also great for treating any pre-existing scarring that you might have.
- Coconut oil. Known for its moisturizing and anti-bacterial properties, coconut oil is a popular choice for skin care and eczema.
- Eczema diet choice. Omega-3 Fatty Acids, vitamin C, probiotics may help to improve the immune system and skin healing.
- Stress management therapy. it’s believed that stress plays a role in developing inflammation. Learning to cope with stressful situations using relaxation techniques may help reduce eczema flare-ups.
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