Natural Home Remedies to Treat Eczema at Home (Dermatitis)

Eczema which is also known as dermatitis is the inflammation of the skin which is common among children. Eczema causes severe itching, dryness, redness and skin flaking. It also causes small bumps on the forehead, neck and cheeks.

So what causes eczema firstly it is hereditary if someone in the family has a history of closely link ailments like asthma and hay fever one will be prone to eczema. Other causes of eczema include an irregular blood circulation in the legs and deficiency of Vitamin B6.

Care should be taken as smoke, chemicals, detergents, solvents and other such irritants can aggravate this condition. Changes in the weather, extreme stress and heat can also cause this condition to severe.

Wash and rinse your clothes properly to remove residual detergent or other solvents like cleaning liquid from them if they come in contact with your skin they can aggravate eczema. Here are a few simple and natural home remedies to alleviate the causes of eczema.

Home Remedies for Eczema

Home Remedies for Dermatitis:

1 # Margosa Leaves and Turmeric Powder: Margosa leaves is also known as Neem leaves have an inherent quality to cure skin ailments.

How to:
• Crush a handful of Margosa leaves in a bowl.
• Add one tablespoon of turmeric powder to it.
• Mix them well and apply the paste on the affected area.

2 # Mustard Oil and Margosa Leaves: For chronic eczema it is advisable to use Margosa oil. 

How to:
• To make Margosa oil.
• Take 200 grams of mustard oil.
• Add 50 grams of Margosa leaves.
• Pour the mustard oil in an iron vessel when the oil begins to boil add the Margosa leaves.
• Stop when the Margosa leaves turn black.
• Allow it oil to cool down and filter the leaves.
• Apply this oil 3 to 4 times in a day.
• Continue for year to prevent re-occurrence of eczema.

3 # Aloe Vera Home Remedy for Dermatitis: Aloe vera gel is very effective in treating eczema you can either purchase it or make some yourself.

How to:
• Take an aloe vera leave.
• Dethroned the outer skin.
• The transparent stuff inside its Aloe Vera gel.
• Apply this gel gently on the affected area.
• Leave it as it is for about 30 minutes.
• Repeat this twice a day.

SOURCE: Homeveda

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