I use foderma serum for my face, especially on my eyelids where my eczema usually starts. I would highly recommend it! Plus, it's all natural!
I have eczema on my dominant hand, making my fingertips painfully cracked and itchy occasionally. I purchased Foderma serum as one of three to try with the intent of relieving my symptoms. The serum is a bit heavy on my hands (a little goes a long way!), but does do the trick at relieving the worst of the itching and painfulness that sometimes occurs.
WellbeingSoaps Cerasee Soap and Shea Butter and Cerasee Cream.
I was very hesitant about using a soap for my eczema so was pleasantly surprised to my results and how quickly they arrived too. The cream also helps with the itching and as you all probably know Shea Butter is good for the abrasions. The company recommended that I used the soap in conjunction with the cream. I believe the stuff are all natural too. This really won me over as I had a bad reaction to a steroid based ointment my GP prescribed so was scared away by the chemical products.
AVENO EXCZEMA!! I get it bad on my face and this is the only cream that works.
ALOE VERA PLANT!!
I HAVE ECZEMA ON MY EYELIDS FROM USING TONS OF MAKEUP PRODUCTS ON MY EYELIDS.
I SIMPLY CUT A PRUNG OF THE ALOE VERA PLANT IN MY GARDEN AND CUT AWAY ALL THE GREEN PARTS SO IT WAS JUS THE ALOE VERA JEL PART.
THEN I LEFT THE ALOE VERA JELLY ON MY EYELIDS FOR 5MINS AND WHEN I FINISHED , THE REDNESS, FLAKYNESS,ITCH AND PUFFINESS ALL HAD GONE DOWN. NOT PERMANANETLY BUT I JUS KEPT REAPPLYING ALOE VERA JEL EVERYTIME MY EYELIDS WOULD START DRYING OUT AND IT WOULD CALM MY ECZEMA RIGHT DOWN.
My eczema was caused by allergies. I was astonished and I just didn't know what to to, but for God's sake my friends advised me blue light therapy, you can look for more information here https://uvb-lamps.com/treatment/. It's really a great method of treatment of eczema
My eczema was caused by allergies. More than one thing caused it. Working with cypress wood and one of the dawn detergents. I think if you get your doctor to give you an allergy test to find out what you are allergic to and stay away from it.
I have been making natural products for many years now.
I found that I have had positive feedback from customers who have been using Cerasee Soap and shea butter and Cerasee cream for eczema and skin irritations.
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Different things work for different people and even what has worked for me has changed over the years. Stress, perspiration, dry winter weather and even too much sun can cause my eczema to flare up. Soaps, Shampoos, detergents and colognes are also allergens. So, I try not to stress, stay hydrated and keep my skin moist and I try to stay away from irritants. I limit showers to every other day so I don't overdry my skin and I use Dove soap for sensitive skin. I moisturize my skin thoroughly as soon as I'm done towel drying using Aveeno eczema therapy moisturizing cream. For laundry, I use All free and clear detergent which is free of dyes and perfumes and Downey free and gentle softener. I use gloves when I wash dishes, I lightly spray cologne on my clothing before putting it on but avoid using any as much as possible. When I do get an eczema flare up, I immediately apply 1\\% hydrochortisone ointment to the affected area.- I find it much more effective than the cream. Hope this provides some relief to those of you needing it.
From personal experience I know how horrible the eczema can be. I've used alot of creams and lotions, but what really helped. The cream calls Eczur.