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Home remedies for Eczema

Eczema is the irritation of the skin which leads to the appearance of redness and itching of the skin. It is a common skin condition and is often called as dermatitis. There are different types of eczema such as seborrhea eczema, infantile eczema, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis etc. Atopic dermatitis is the most common form of eczema that affects children and adults.
Causes of Eczema

There is no known cause of eczema. Dryness of the skin is the most important factor that causes redness and itching of the skin in some individuals. Eczema may be seen in families as it may be transmitted from parents to their siblings. Respiratory infections such as asthma can also cause skin irritation.

Excessive stress, tension and heat are other important aggravating factors that may flare up the condition. People suffering from eczema should keep themselves cool during summers and warm during winters. Woolen clothes can also cause irritation in such people, thus, they are advised to use moisturizer on their skin before wearing woolen clothes.

Irritants such as smoke, chemicals, and soaps can also aggravate irritation of the skin. Thus, people suffering from skin irritation should be careful while selecting detergents andsoaps.
Signs and symptoms of Eczema
The important sign and symptoms of eczema are itching, redness, dry and flaky skin. Itching of the skin causes redness of the skin. Skin becomes rough and thick. Eczema is mostly present in the folds of the skin. There is severe itching and redness of the skin accompanied by burning.

Seborrhea dermatitis is present on head due to excessive dandruff and dryness of the scalp. It extends to the eyes and face and causes eczema of eyes and face.Eczema symptoms are worse during winters as skin tends to become dry during winters.
Home remedies for Eczema

Natural treatments work best for treating skin conditions such as eczema. Topical medications and creams available in the market may produce other side effects on the skin. Home remedies for eczema give quick and long term relief from eczema. Some important home remedies which you may try at your home for eczema are given here:

Prepare a paste by mixing one teaspoon of camphor and one teaspoon of sandalwood. Apply this paste on the affected areas two times in a day. It will give you quick relief from irritation and redness of the skin. Nutmeg paste is another important home remedy for eczema. It quickly gives relief from itching of the skin. Crush some dandelion leaves and spearmint leaves. Add few drops of baby oil to the paste and apply it on the affected areas. Leave it for half an hour and then rinse off with cold water. It is an effective home remedy for eczema.

Turmeric and neem are good natural anti-infective remedies. You can make a paste by grinding neem leaves along with turmeric. Apply this paste on the affected area. It will give you quick relief from any lesions of the skin caused due to continuous scratching.

Lemon and lime juice can be mixed together to apply on the affected area. It gives cooling effect to the skin.

Papaya seeds are also an important natural home remedy for eczema. Crush papaya seeds and apply paste on the affected area of the skin. It gives immediate relief.

Thus, you can try these home remedies for treating eczema naturally.
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