Many herbs, including Roman or German chamomile, are used for skin conditions, such as hives, diaper rash, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, chickenpox, and acne. So, is chamomile one of effective natural cures for eczema? First of all, it’s worth nothing that there’s no cure for eczema. The good news is that proper treatments can soothe the symptoms and chamomile may be one of the best home remedies for eczema relief. Continue reading Is Chamomile Good For Eczema?
Studies and anecdotal evidence have shown that skin conditions are somehow connected to gut health. Eczema is no exception, according to dermatologists. Since there is a connection between gut health and eczema, it indicates that probiotics can be one of potential eczema therapy. So, such a treatment is possible in theory, at least. Continue reading Can Probiotics Reduce Eczema?
Since calendula is known for reducing inflammation, eliminating bacteria and promoting the healing of skin, there is every reason to believe that calendula cream works for eczema too. In fact, related beneficial attempt has been carried out by many dermatologists and patients. And the result turns out to be very promising, according to them. And they claimed that the combination of pure calendula extracts and other natural non-irritating substance could work better in the treatment of atopic dermatitis. What should be pointed out, however, is that the eczema-fighting properties of calendula has not been scientifically proven yet. Continue reading Does Calendula Cream Work for Eczema?
Nowadays, there are many eczema treatments, among which topical steroids are one of traditional, popular options. And topical cortisone cream is the most common over-the-counter steroids for eczema available in pharmacies. So, does cortisone cream help eczema? Simply put, this is an effective treatment for eczema, but its therapeutic effects vary from patient to patient. Continue reading Does Cortisone Cure Eczema?
Tea tree oil (TTO) is known for relieving many types of skin inflammation because it has amazing antibacterial and anti-itching effect. No wonder it is widely used for baby eczema, which is a common allergic skin disease. In fact, there are plentiful success examples shared online these days. However, it has also been suggested that this home remedy doesn’t treat the underlying problem but symptom. That’s to say, it offers the patients only temporary relief from intense itching, swelling, redness, and inflammation of the skin. Continue reading Does Tea Tree Oil Work on Eczema?