Eczema is one of big problem for teenagers because their age is the most group that prone to pores becoming clogged. Eczema is a condition in which your skin becomes irritated, red and itchy. Atopic eczema is the most common form of skin disease and sometimes doctors don’t know exactly the answer. Eczema may lead to blisters and oozing lesions, but eczema can also result in dry and scaly skin. Repeated scratching may lead to thickened, crusty skin.
Symptoms of Eczema
- Itching sensation
- Reddening of the skin
- Swelling of the affected areas
- Blistering and crusting
Causes of Eczema
- Skin reaction resulting from exposure to allergens or irritants.
- Xerotic eczema is dry skin becomes so severe, it will become eczema.
- Soaps, and shampoos, allergy to wheat (gluten), etc. may be trigger eczema
Treatment of Eczema
- Take Atrax, flu tablet pill or using diprocel cream to reduce itching.
- Sun or ultra-violet light therapy is the best method to cure eczema.
- Applying pure essential oils extracted from plants to relieve eczema symptoms and heal process of repairing the skin.
- Applying a topical steroid such as Corticosteroids that prescribe by your doctor, don’t use for long period of time may cause thinning your skin.
- Consume foods like yogurt, fermented and unfermented milk, miso, tempeh, and soy beverages for natural probiotics to kill bacteria that cause eczema.
- Managing your stress, keeping a healthy diet with plenty of fiber, limiting alcohol consumption will be long term prevention from eczema.
- Take Anti-histamines medicine over the counter to reduce inflammation
Avoid excessive scrubbing and toweling after bathing your child.
- Apply moisturizing ointments, lotions, or creams to your child’s skin regularly.
- Aloe Vera is the herb that has been used helping people with eczema.
- Tincture and creams are available from Oregon grape is very good product to treat eczema.