Tips to treat eczema??

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Does anyone know of a good but none greasy cream I can use on my face. I don't have eczema there but I do get dry patches and sometimes it irritates my skin. And also a good face wash because many I've tried also irritate my face.


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Does anyone know of a good but none greasy cream I can use on my face. I don't have eczema there but I do get dry patches and sometimes it irritates my skin. And also a good face wash because many I've tried also irritate my face.


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Hey, it's not really a cream but I recommend using Glycerin. They come in 200+ ml bottles, are relatively cheap, and are really safe (safe enough to drink). Just mix a bit of of the liquid with water and massage it onto your face (don't get any in your eyes). You can do this as frequently as you like but once a day is good enough for me
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I've suffered from eczema since... for as long as I remember. One of the best possible things you can do is to exercise- perspiring that is. Although I have been told many many times by doctors that I am allergic to my own sweat (First time this happened I just stared at her for a long time), I have managed to keep my skin under control by a regular exercise program since a few years ago. It is important to shower as soon as possible after exercising and to moisturize after.

Use prescribed steroids if there is inflammation and make sure not to be stingy with the cream- it is more important to deal get the inflammation down first than to worry about the many many bad side effects of using steroid creams. I have found QV cream to be particularly good for my skin, it absorbs well and doesn't leave that oily feeling that you get with quite a few others. Expensive though :/
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I drink a spoon of organic pressed olive oil each day and it's helped mine massively. I also avoid any products which contain 'Sodium Laureth Sulfate', check your handwash, shampoo, shower gel etc.. and don't buy products which contains it.

Hope this helps!
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(Original post by gaz_23)
I drink a spoon of organic pressed olive oil each day and it's helped mine massively. I also avoid any products which contain 'Sodium Laureth Sulfate', check your handwash, shampoo, shower gel etc.. and don't buy products which contains it.

Hope this helps!
I am definately going to try that so thank you Gaz .
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Prevention is the best protection.
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Millions of people everywhere throughout the world experience the ill effects of this issue. In the event that you visit a specialist you may be encouraged to apply steroidal creams and take anti-toxin pills to cure skin inflammation. However anti-toxins and steroids might just provide for you transitory alleviation on the grounds that they just chip away at the manifestations of the issue.
In the event that you need a medication that deals with the underlying driver of the issue with no reactions then you ought to attempt home solutions for dermatitis.
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I bought foderma serum for me - the Mom. I have very dry eczema on my hands and feet. - almost every lotion I use is too greasy or stings from chemicals. I have extreme chemical sensitivities. This serum is gentle, effective after 2-3 days of using 3x/ day. I would definitely use it on my babies since my allergies make me a good judge of truly gentle & truly organic.
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Hello,

I thought that I'd share my experience of having Eczema and how it has been eradicated.

I had severe eczema on my face, forehead, cheeks and eyebrows nearly all my life.

I was ok at school, but when I hit college, the eczema just flared up and went totally out of control. It was so scaly and flaky and itchy on a daily basis that due to my constant scratching, I had no eyebrows left as they had fallen out. And my skin was so damaged that new eyebrows couldn't grow.

My face was always red like I had severe sunburn. Mentally I was in a really bad place due to the eczema. I suffered with it really badly. Normal conventional facial medication prescribed by the GP did very little and sometimes it made the itching and scratching even worse. It was towards the end of 2003 that I accidently came across Elidel whilst reading a newspaper (The Sun actually!).

There was an article in the newspaper on how well Elidel had helped someone’s young child who was suffering with severe eczema. I approached my GP and told him about it and said I would like to try it. He found and prescribed it for me. And that was just over 18 years ago.

And when I first started using Elidel over 18 years ago, just after the first initial few weeks of using Elidel, my face actually started to heal. My skin tone changed and so did its texture.

I just couldn’t believe it. The colour actually came back to what it should have been originally, which was a colour which I had actually forgotten. Even in the early stages of using the medication, the results came quick and even the GP commented on how well my skin had improved.

There was no more itching or the need and desire to scratch. It has totally eradicated the eczema and has been absolutely life changing. People wouldn’t even believe that I ever had eczema. Now in 2021 I just apply a few small dabs on my cheeks after showering.

I don’t ever need to apply any to my forehead. And after the application, I just apply some normal Vaseline intensive care moisturiser.

This medication has truly changed my life and I hope that those that need it can find it and try it.

You should definitely recommend Elidel to others and it would be great if you could let anyone else with Eczema know about Elidel Cream.
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