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Sometimes you have to resort to alternative, natural eczema treatment methods to get the best possible cure or results for their eczema problems. And often it is a better choice, because of less exposure to drugs and chemical products.

It should always be the first treatment to be considered when you want to take care of your skin.

First and foremost, eczema and dermatitis refer to the same thing in the healthcare world. They cover a variety of inflammations in the outer part of the skin. There are three different, wide types of eczema.

The type of eczema depends on the cause and where it occurs on the body. The types are basically allergies, rashes and nutritional deficiencies. The eczema includes atopic, dyshidrotic and nummular eczema.

Of course, you want to eliminate any internal cause of eczema as in allergies to allergies, rashes and nutritional deficiencies.

For local causes of eczema, such as contact dermatitis, you want to avoid contacting your skin with the present object.

It can be jewelry, perfumes, chemicals in all cosmetics, shellac in mascara, lipstick, nickel, lotions, soap, fabric softener, pesticides from contact around the mouth, latex gloves etc.

I guess here you already have a diagnosis of eczema.

The best thing I have found to heal eczema is extra virgin olive oil. It works better than eczema creams, which are usually chemical products, whether it's children, teens or adults.

Make sure you are working to eliminate the cause of your eczema, whether it is internal or external, which we do not come into here.

Extra virgin oil has helped many I know to help heal the skin. Ultimately, the immune system and the body will naturally heal if you do not, but coconut oil can speed up the process.

If you also have acne, you also treat acne and are better than most chemical acne products.

You want to make sure you get the extra virgin that is not refinished, bleached or deodorized. You can order it online.

The whole food market carries more coconut oil, pint and quart cans, and especially extra virgin olive oil. Get the organic type if you can.

Coconut oil cures many other skin conditions and skin diseases, making the skin soft and soft. I use it for everything including makeup makeup and during my foundation. My skin is always soft, silky, smooth and free from rashes, bumps, blemishes, blisters etc.

It stops itching and flaking as well.

Coconut oil is very cheap, therefore a good, cheap home help. Keep it around to treat other skin problems. It is actually healthy to eat as well. It is a plant-saturated fat, not an animal-saturated fat.

I add two large tablespoons to my smoothies, to help my skin from the inside as well, and have done so for many years.

Although we refer to it as coconut oil, it is not really oil until the temperature climbs over 77 degrees. It can be applied when it is in oil status or oil status.

To apply extra virgin olive oil, massage it deep into the affected area. You can warm if you want, but you don't need to. Depending on how severe eczema is, apply it three or four times a day or more and especially at bedtime.

It is important to keep the area moist with the oil. You may need to apply a loose bandage to your skin, soaked with the oil. If the eczema is on your hands, you have to apply it more often.

You can also expose the area to direct sunlight for 20 minutes or so every day. You get your daily dose of vitamin D in that way as well.

Many have used coconut oil as a treatment to cure or heal their eczema or their child's eczema.

It only requires motivation, a desire to try and diligent application of coconut oil several times every day and at bedtime.

And your eczema and its symptoms, if you have removed the cause, should go away. Continue to use coconut oil and good clear skin will be your reward.