Eczema Creams and Lotions -
Treatments - Cures
Anyone who has ever had eczema knows
that this condition can result in
Ordinary moisturizing lotions may not provide sufficient lubrication
of the affected skin, so you may have to resort to using special
creams and ointments that can correct the dryness brought by eczema.
These creams and ointments are more dense than lotions and
work by sealing in moisture that
usually evaporates from your skin.
We strongly suggest that you try the
Clearing Spray and clearing cream to get rid of eczema. The results
with these two products are amazing and work very good on any kind
of skin rash
but especially eczema.
Basically, you should use these
special lubricating creams and ointments on a daily basis, as part
of your eczema management routine. It is recommended you use these
lubricants all over your body, three minutes after you have cleaned
yourself with soap and water. If you will be using a steroid cream
as well, apply the steroid cream first before the special creams or
Steroid creams for eczema
Usually, a doctor will recommend a
good steroid cream for a patient suffering from eczema. A steroid
cream works by cutting down on the inflammation that results from
eczema which allows the maddening
itching to subside. You can
purchase steroid creams over the counter at the pharmacy, but the
stronger ones can only be bought with a prescription from your
doctor. Some steroid creams are so strong that they should only be
applied under advice from a physician, and almost never on children.
If the pediatrician allows use of the steroid cream on the child,
the cream should only be used for the least possible
period of time and the least amount of
dosage. Misusing steroid creams can trigger poor growth, cause
hormone levels to fluctuate dangerously, and may result in skin
thinning and other permanent damage to the patient.
There are certain types of anti-eczema
drugs known as immune modulators. These drugs act by somehow
suppressing the immune system of the patient. The danger with using
these drugs is that research has shown a link between their use and
the development of skin cancers and lymphoma – to the point that the
US Food and Drug Administration
requires the manufacturers of immune
modulator drugs to warn consumers about their possible risks through
proper labeling of the products. Such products should only be used
under the guidance of a good physician and only in very severe,
otherwise untreatable cases of eczema.
Can eczema be cured?
The medical professionals say, no,
there is no way to cure eczema at the moment. But many naturopath
doctors are curing this very well. One doctor is doctor Strand
of The Simply Healing Clinic in California. Since cases of eczema
are usually related to an allergic reaction, it is recommended that
the allergen which causes the allergic reaction be tracked down so
that further exposure to it can be avoided in the future. This may
take quite some time and effort both on the part of the doctor and
the caregivers of the patient, and may prove difficult (especially
in the cases of babies who develop eczema) but this is the safest
way to remedy cases of eczema. Allergens may be airborne (such as
dander or dust), or they could come from your food, or from contact
with some things in the environment.
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