Bathe in bleach? Sounds like a crazy idea, but a study was done at the Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago seems to indicate an improvement in eczema in patients 9 months to 17 years.
I am very cautious of using moisturizers on my face cause facial skin is thinner and more sensitive. I use this hypoallergenic cream to moisturize my face daily at night before going to bed. This is a very gentle face cream, not sticky and light. Description in Avene’s website : Skin Recovery Cream is a […]
This post was written back in year 2009 when my eczema was spreading and my root cause was not found, and I had not discovered the eczema diet. This antihistamine was prescribed by my skin specialist (at Specialist Skin Centre). I’ve tried many different anti-histamines and so far this works the best for me. When […]
Hospigel gentle skin wash was recommended by my skin specialist when my eczema flare up was quite septic. It contains antiseptic and non-irritating and is used in hospitals for wound cleaning as well. Luckily it’s not drying even though it foams a little. I use this when I have raw/broken skin during flare ups. Direction of use […]
I use this QV cream occassionally to moisturize my skin after bath. It’s a bit thick to coat my skin but is not sticky. I do not get any tingly feeling so means the ingredients are quite hypoallergenic. This moisturizer can be easily found at any pharmacy. Advisable to get the bigger tub so that it’s […]
Read some articles that say that one cause of dry skin is because our body is lacking in oils on our skin surface. Omega 3 supplements are supposed to help. Not sure if it really works cause I have not been taking it regularly. I take it occasionally in addition to my daily EPO (Evening […]
No it’s not a spelling mistake. This “gelly” like ointment from Lily of the Desert works very well for me to alleviate my itchiness and soothe the skin. I put the bottle in the fridge so that it’s more cooling and relieving. It’s good for sunburn, too. Compared to extracting raw aloe from a fresh […]