Conditioning Eczema

Now To Keep The Eczema Away... (well as much as possible)

For those who have severe symptoms of eczema, taking a little extra step towards healing can go a long way. Below are several ways to treat your eczema that give you the relief you need:

 Dead sea bath: Relax and kick back in a dead sea bath. Dead sea salts are famous for their healing mineral content. People from across the globe travel to the dead sea to bathe in its healing waters. We recommend dissolving 1-2 cups of dead sea salts in a warm bath. Soak for 20-30 minutes, and then rinse with warm water. The healing minerals will penetrate the skin and heal from the inside out.
The neem solution: Neem oil is a natural oil that is famous for its healing effects on eczema. Add 2-3 tablespoons of neem oil to warm bath water, and soak for 20 minutes. You can add the neem oil to your dead sea bath for maximum results. Neem contains a powerful analgesic and relief from itching and general soreness. Neem oil makes eczema more manageable and gives skin a more normal appearance. The effects become obvious normally within 4-7 days. Cousins to the Neem Oil are Karanja Oil and Black Seed Oil

Other African Solutions: Virgin coconut oil (for moisture), black seed oil (for healing), tea tree oil (relieves itching and rash), dead sea ex-foliating gel (for cleansing). Alternate remedies: • Take 30 mg of zinc twice daily. • Apply a paste made of nutmeg and water to the affected areas. • Add chamomile, lavender, or geranium essential oil to your bath. 

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