More user remedies on Eczema

Penatin Cream
suggested by [unspecified] on Tuesday, March 6, 2007

I use Penatin Cream. It's the 'baby butt cream.' I'm not sure of its equivalent in the U.S. (I'm in Canada) It usually starts to disappear after about 24 hours.

suggested by Sylvester on Saturday, February 24, 2007

I suffered from this condition since 1994 and after years of suffering and pains, I found the effective treatment through my Dermatologist, Dr.Nteta. 1. Avoid soap, use non-colorants and non-fragrance type. 2. Keep affected area moist with Emulsifying Ointments 3. More importantly, get prescription of DOVATE/OINTMENT with a mixture ratio of 1: 3. Avoid cream as a base of the mixture. THIS TREATMENT IS GUARANTEED.

suggested by Tanya on Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Take a tsp of cream of tarter and mix it with a little water to make a paste and apply it right on the affected area...only use it after a bath or shower at bed time to make sure it stays on all night....let it dry before going to sleep...this helps with itchiness and redness.

diaper rash ointment
suggested by vanessa on Tuesday, February 6, 2007

On little kids I have found if you use a little amount of diaper rash ointment that contains zinc it clears it up so fast..

canker sores from tarter control toothpaste
suggested by [unspecified] on Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Try to stop using tarter control toothpaste. Check labels very carefully. Armen Hammer makes a toothpaste without any tarter control and I never get a canker sore as long I stick to no tarter Control. It really works for me try it. Those sore hurt.

Soft bath oi
suggested by Cindy on Thursday, December 7, 2006

Avon's Skin So Soft bath oil. It dries it out if you soak in a hot bath with it.

Ocean Potion
suggested by Cynthia on Friday, November 10, 2006

I use Ocean Potion (you can buy it at Walt-mart) on my eczema it contains Tea Tree Oil & Vitamins A, C, & E. I wear only 100% cotton clothes. I also try to keep my homes temperature at or below 70 degrees.

suggested by Sher on Sunday, November 5, 2006

Coat affected areas after bath or shower with Vaseline. It will prevent a new outbreak of eczema and treat an ongoing one. It is also the most cost effective treatment.

suggested by Edmond on Sunday, August 6, 2006

I am allergic to certain types of wood sawdust, Cyprus and some kind of African wood. Vitamin E seems to help but once the blisters are all poped keeping water away seems to help. It is healing on its own.

Vinegar Heals Hands
suggested by Carolyn on Friday, August 4, 2006

Apply vinegar (cider or white) to affected area (be sure hands are dry before beginning process). Let dry on skin (You may feel a burning sensation like when you apply alcohol). Rinse with cool/cold water. This process instantly takes away the burning and itching of eczema and begins healing.