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There are a number of eczema natural remedies; some have been used for centuries. Experimenting with various natural remedies as an adjunct to normal treatments can be worthwhile. Try one that appeals to you; perhaps just one at a time.

Chamomile/Witch Hazel Oil

Both Chamomile and witch hazel are anti-inflammatory as well as sharing anti-bacterial properties. They have traditionally been used to alleviate rashes and itching as well as the pain and redness that comes from eczema. You can apply them topically to the skin.

Tea Tree Oil

If there is any hint of bacterial infection tea tree oil can be one of the most helpful eczema natural remedies. It is an essential oil that has long been used traditionally to treat eczeme and reduce itching.

As with the other oils simply apply topically to the damaged skin areas.

Eczema Bath’s

A sea salt bath can be a nice relaxing experience which can also help your eczema. As with all baths for eczema you don’t want the water to be too hot. Sea salt helps open the pores on your skin for a gentle detox. The minerals found in sea salt help with the itching due to inflammation. Tip: Add some natural oils to the bath for an even better experience.

An oatmeal bath can also be very soothing to skin ravaged by eczema, especially if there is a lot of itching and inflamation. Oatmeal is known for its anti-itching properties and can immediately sooth the skin. Oatmeal is pretty cheap to purchase and easy to add to your bath. Add 2-3 cups of oatmeal to each bath you take. Many eczema products use oatmeal as one of their major ingredients (such as Aveeno).

Flax Seed Oil

Instead of being used topically like olive oil, flax seed oil is taken internally (liquid or capsules). Full of omega 3′s it can help many skin disorders. You can add flax seeds straight into your daily smoothie or on top of salads. They actually taste pretty good (I like to mix mine with blueberries).

Olive Oil

Olive oil is known as a rich moisturizing agent. Use the best quality you can find (extra virgin and unrefined). Apply it immediately after getting out of your oatmeal or sea salt bath to help lock in the moisture gained from the bath. Olive oil will stay on the surface of the skin, continuing to moisturize for hours.


There seems to be links between eczema and candiasis (yeast overgrowth). Using probiotics can help balance the digestive system and bring candiasis into check by limiting the growth of ‘bad’ bacteria. Probiotics are the ‘good’ bacteria that help strengthen the digestive system and studies have shown that they can be helpful with eczema (especially in babies and young children). Don’t want to take a probiotic supplement? Instead have some natural yoghurt, drink some kefir (a fermented yoghurt drink) or have some sauerkraut. All of these contain different strains of probiotics.

One can use natural remedies for eczema alongside a more traditional method of treatment. Always consult a health professional before using any eczema natural remedies.

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