Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Home Remedies For Eczema in Kids

Eczema in children is surely one skin problem that keeps the sufferer away from leading a normal life. Sometimes, any amount of treatments and medicines just seem to be inadequate to solve this problem. Different solutions from different people and doctors do not provide a lasting relief. In such situation, the eczema sufferer especially kids can definitely rely on natural treatments for this skin problem.

Eczema in kids can be really troublesome.

Firstly, the natural treatments contain ingredients from the nature itself and harmful chemicals are absent. Secondly, these treatments are safe and do not have major adverse effects on the user.

Vitamin E cream

Apply Vitamin E cream on the eczema-affected skin. It will reduce itchiness and swelling. The natural anti-oxidants present in the vitamin E cream are good at their job to reduce the eczema flare-ups.

Grape seed extract
To prevent the itchiness due to eczema, use grape seed extract. The grape seed extract contains flavonoids that prevent and relieve itchy feeling.

Flaxseed oil


Flaxseed oil is great for eczema treatment

The constant usage of the flaxseed oil on the skin makes it healthy. The oil is the right option to cure eczema. Remember, the amount of dose may differ person to person and the usage should be on continued basis.

Blueberry leaf extract

The anti inflammatory properties of blueberry leaf extract reduces the swelling and itchiness on the eczema skin. The extract is easily available in lotion form and provides instant relief.

Coconut oil

Coconut oil soothes and relieves the skin from inflammation

The cooling properties of coconut oil make it suitable for eczema sufferers. It immediately relieves the person from inflammation and discomfort. It is easily available and economical unlike some oils like primrose oil.

Besides adequate precautions for eczema, these home remedies are also essential to control the problem in kids.


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  3. I am not using coconut I understand I should. Thanks for a great post.

  4. U r always welcome elena. keep on interacting like this:)

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  6. Thank u so much for your comments, Sai Krupa... besides, posts on eczema, you can also find helpful information on acne in kids, tips for protection in winter and other seasons and much more...hope to hear from you soon again!!

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