The top 5 ways to treat eczema our skin

Anastasia Skin Crusader

5 Ways to Treat Eczema Naturally

Living with eczema can be extremely uncomfortable. This common medical condition makes the skin rough and inflamed, causing itching and bleeding. If you are a sufferer, you know just how uncomfortable and frustrating eczema can be and allot of people want to avoid the steroid based ointments as they reduce the skins immunity to look after itself in the long run...

Rest assured that there are many ways that you can treat eczema naturally without using products that have harmful chemicals. From using natural skin care products to changing your lifestyle and diet, you will be able to control that discomfort and feel confident again about your skin.


1. Use Natural Ingredients

When dealing with eczema, the first thing to consider are the products you use on your skin. Commercial soaps can be extremely irritating due to the harmful ingredients used. When choosing products for the shower, always choose a wash bar or other soaps that are fragrance free, as they are non aggressive to the skin. the mildest soap on earth is a great choice as it contains all natural ingredients, including xtra virgin olive oil, castor oil and beeswax. All of these ingredients play a role in healing and hydrating the skin along with treating eczema. They are full of antioxidants, antibacterial agents and moisturising properties.

2. Keep Skin Well Hydrated

Having eczema means having dry skin. Keeping your skin hydrated will mean less irritation. Looking for a product that is hydrating and non-harmful may be difficult and the best products to use are oil based. a magical golden oil is here to save our skin! This ‘drink’ for your skin will lock in the moisture without clogging pores. Along with xtra virgin olive oil, it contains calendula and mandarin oil, which will help improve texture and tone. Packed full of healing agents, your skin will thank you for using this product.

3. Honey Heals 

Honey is not only great tasting, it is also a perfect ingredient to treat eczema with. Working as an anti bacterial, it also acts as a protective barrier, helping eczema sufferers strengthen their vulnerable skin. With eczema being a dry skin condition, honey will protect against moisture loss, it is hydroscopic in nature, meaning it draws moisture from air and stops the skin from drying out.  Whether you place honey straight onto the skin or use it as an ingredient in a natural skin product, this is definitely a healing ingredient not to underestimate. Check out save our skin's a powerful concoction this go to healing balm has been helping people treat eczema naturally for over 10 years.

4. Monitor Your Diet for Flare Ups

Along with using natural skincare products on your body to treat eczema, the foods that you put in your mouth also play a role. Keeping a food diary will allow you to monitor what foods are linked with flare-ups. Then you can experiment with removing them from your diet to see if your skin improves. Often, foods such as wheat, citrus, or dairy can  trigger the inflammation. This process will help eliminate your eczema and take control naturally. It is also important to eat a diet that is full of wholesome foods and drink at least 2 litres of water each day, as this will also boost your overall health.

5. Eliminate Stress :) 

Stress has been known to trigger eczema and make the skin condition worse. With our hectic, modern lifestyle, it can be difficult to avoid stress. Enough sleep, having a great support network, and learning to relax by doing things such as yoga will make a difference in your stress levels. Making these few changes to your lifestyle will help you deal with stress and the harmful effects that come with it.

With the skin being the body’s largest organ, it is important to look after it by using natural products. Your skin will thank you for looking after your eczema naturally by using products that are not harming your body in other ways. 

take care + njoy!

Anastasia Lambadaridis

save our skin founder & skin crusader 

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