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Millions of people across the U.S. struggle with eczema and the problems and discomfort it often creates. In fact, it’s said to affect about 10 percent of the population.
It reddens skin, causes inflammation and makes it crack and itch, and can be a real pain! There are many remedies you can buy that can help relieve eczema conditions, but there are also some home remedies for eczema, and we’ve listed a few of them below.
Depending on the level of eczema you have, a bleach bath can be a relaxing and soothing home remedy for eczema! If baths typically cause you a lot of pain due to extremely dry skin, this probably isn’t the best option for you. However, when the right combination of water and bleach is used, this is a great eczema home remedy! We found this great eczema bleach bath recipe over at Mayo Clinic:
We’ve heard a lot of good things about coconut oil for eczema lately, so we researched it a little more and found some great information. Although it hasn’t worked for everyone (and what eczema home remedy has?), there have been a lot of great results.
You can apply it directly to your skin whenever you feel the need to scratch. There are several different kinds of formulas that include coconut oil (creams, gels or straight oil), and you should do your own research on which works best for your skin! This eczema home remedy deals with the itchy symptoms, although it won’t cure your eczema completely.
What other home remedies have you come across to help with your eczema? Let us know in the comments!
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