Treat Eczema And Skin Inflammations With Natural Remedies

2 years

Eczema causes inflammation and skin irritation and it affects more than 20 percent of infants and 5 percent of adults. The corticosteroid creams used as standard treatment contain topical immune modulators that are related to cancer. The causes for skin inflammations are not known, although most often they appear due to fragrances in soaps, laundry detergents, cosmetics, dust, pollution and processed foods. The best way to get rid of skin inflammations is to stop using these products. Allowing your body to heal itself with the help of dietary strategies and natural remedies is the only way to put an end to these conditions. These are some of the natural remedies that can help you with these skin conditions:

Fermented foods and probiotics

They contain beneficial bacteria which protect the skin and such products are miso soup, kefir, kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles, Kombucha, microalgae, etc. These products prevent and treat eczema by restoring lost or damaged useful bacteria and protect the body from pathogenic bacteria infections by balancing the acidity and alkalinity in the intestines.

Transdermal magnesium

Very helpful with magnesium deficiency and inflammatory conditions. It is applied onto the skin by spraying or applying from the gel or lotion or taking a bath.

Bentonite clay infused water

Bentonite is made out of platelets which have negative and positive charge and it expands in the body as sponge absorbing water and removing toxins, increases the circulation, decreases inflammation and absorbs surplus oil. By mixing it with apple cider vinegar or herb infused vinegar it becomes a great cure. Leave the mixture overnight and use it 2 times per week by applying from it onto the affected areas. At the beginning of the treatment, some skin conditions may even get worse, but this is so because the toxins rise to the surface. It will subside in a week or two.

Gamma-Linoleic acid

Gamma-Linoleic acid can be found in evening primrose oil, hemp oil, and black currant. It is hard to acquire it through everyday nutrition. Our bodies produce GLA from Linoleic acid which is present in oils, butter and egg yolks. By consuming a 500 mg dose, two times per day for eight weeks, your nails, skin and hair will feel the positive outcome.

Neem oil

This oil kills bacteria since it has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-histamine, anti-viral and anti-microbial properties. It is rich in vitamin E and fatty acids which restore the skin elasticity. Also it contains a high level of antioxidants which protect the skin from environmental damage. Furthermore, it has carotenoids which provide high antioxidant compounds which defend the skin from free radicals.

Burdock root

It reduces inflammations and destroys inulin which is closely related to eczema outbreaks. You can make tea from it since it is rich in folic acid, riboflavin, pyridoxine, niacin, vitamin C and E, iron, magnesium, manganese, zinc, calcium, selenium and phosphorus.

Fermented cod liver oil

Oil from fatty issues of cod fish needs to be extracted while being cooked, but the process itself removes some bioactive components from it. Traditional manufacturing of cod oil produces more medical and nutritious oil whose process is based on fermentation rather than cooking. Fermented cod liver oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids which reduce eczema symptoms and are incorporated into the skin cells increasing their keratinization.

Olive leaf

This is a great antiseptic that wards off infections and bacteria. Moreover, it keeps the skin clean. This is a powerful antioxidant which destroys the damage before it transforms into eczema. Also it stimulates the immune system since the polyphenols in it are antioxidants and it prevents intestinal damage caused by free radicals by prohibiting foreign substances to enter the bloodstream.

Coconut oil

It is rich in good fats and nourishes the skin. It contains lauric acid which has anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties. Always buy organic and virgin coconut oil, never refined, deodorized or bleached.

Colloidal oatmeal

It absorbs liquid and when you add it to the bath it makes the water milky and slimy and it moisturizes, softens and protects the skin. Moreover, it has anti-inflammatory, anti-itching, antioxidant and protective properties that soothe and protect damaged skin.


Kelp is found in pills, capsule forms, concentrated liquids and other products. It has therapeutic effects on the skin and body and enhances the skin’s condition. Kelp can be directly applied onto the affected areas and this will rebuild the skin cells.

All in all, pay great attention to your nutrition. Be sure to avoid cane sugar, agave, artificial sweeteners, chewing gums, shellfish, fried foods, alcohol, smoked foods and peanuts. Also avoid stressing out and smoking.

Source: Natural Medicine House