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Solving the Problem of Eczema – How to Remove Rashes and Marks from Your Legs

Submitted by on October 26, 2017 – 8:26 PM

vericose-eczema-pre-img1Medical practitioners specializing in the field of dermatology explain that eczema refers to a health condition where inflammation occurs in some parts of your skin. You may begin to notice that some areas of your skin become red, rough and itchy. Blisters may also appear in some cases.

Experts go on to say that while this skin disorder is not contagious, it is always prudent on your part to consult your doctor when you start seeing rashes appear on your body. They point out that irritable chemical substances found in most cosmetic products and pollutants in the atmosphere are the primary cause of this skin infection.

 

How can you cure yourself of eczema naturally especially on your legs?

 

  • Use a mild soap and moisturizer that suits your skin:

Medical professionals further clarify that taking good care of your skin is the best treatment for eradicating eczema. If your condition is mild, it is important for you to improve your hygiene habits. You can use a suitable mild soap that does not dry your skin out. You should also think of using a good moisturizer on your skin in the form of a lotion or ointment after taking a shower. However, if it is severe, then you may add a pinch of bleach in your bath water. This helps to get rid of the bacteria that thrive on the rashes and scars of your skin.

 

  • Collagen

Dermatologists say that collagen contributes to making your skin healthier and firm. Moreover, it aids in improving your muscles and the structure of your epidermis. However, you may not be aware that this protein is also an excellent remedy for eczema. This is the reason whyspecialists sometimes recommend collagen eczema injections to patients suffering from this skin condition. While the human body produces this substance naturally, it is important for you to reduce your intake of sugar, abstain from drinking alcohol and quit smoking.

 

  • Honey

Honey is sometimes recommended as a suitable cure for eczema. This is because this natural substance has some antibacterial properties and is an excellent antiseptic. You can first apply honey to your skin rash after having a bath and leave it on for a few hours before washing it off with cold water. Again, you could also add coconut or brown sugar to it and make a scrub. You then apply this scrub onto the inflammation on your skin and let it dry for fifteen minutes. Afterwards, you need to rinse it off with cool water.

 

  • Go out in the sun

You may not know that going out for a walk in the sun can help you get rid of the scarring that eczema leaves behind, especially in the lower part of your body. This is because the ultraviolet rays from the sun enhance the production of Vitamin D in your body by increasing cathelicidin. This essential protein helps your body to protect itself from various skin diseases.

 

The rashes and scars that eczema causes can make your skin itchy, red and uncomfortable. However, the aforementioned simple remedies can go a long way in soothing the epidermis and in reducing scarring.

 

 

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