Back to Basics for Treating Eczema

Whether you have recently been diagnosed with eczema or have been treated for a long period of time, there are many options for care and treatments. Discoveries by research teams about this skin condition are changing often as they work for a permanent cure.

 

There are many treatments for caring for eczema, including traditional medicine and homeopathic methods. Some natural treatments may ultimately give the best relief and cure. While medicines will work on reducing the problem for the short-term, they may also typically create side effects which the patient may have to endure. When it is possible, approaching any health problem in a more natural manner can offer relief and not compromise the feeling of recovery.

 

Eczema is a group of medical conditions that causes the skin to become inflamed or irritated. The most common forms of eczema are:

 

Atopic Dermatitis (AD) — This condition is very prevalent in babies and continues into adulthood. With this diagnosis babies and children may have other problems associated with non-treatment. Allergies and asthma often occur with this type of eczema.

 

Contact Dermatitis (CD) —This condition exhibits itself with a scaly rash after touching certain household chemicals, fragrances, or even solvents.

 

Hand Eczema — With this type of eczema there may be itching, blistering or dry cracking skin on the hands.

 

Seborrheic Dermatitis —This results in the scalp having very dry, itchy and flaky skin. Many people confuse this with dandruff and don't receive the proper treatment for a resolution to this problem.

 

At The Tiger's Eye Skincare, we have treated many clients to keep their appearance looking healthy, where we really excel is giving skin treatments for problematic conditions such acne, rosacea but especially eczema. We offer a natural method of treatment using only a natural clay and water.

 

In some cases, the results our clients have seen have been remarkable. After only one session if their skin has been itching or bleeding the skin will feel relief. The redness is subsided and their skin has been hydrated, so the uncomfortable itchy feeling is gone.

 

We always offer free consultations and have some free clay soap samples. Please call us at The Tiger's Eye Skincare to schedule your consultation or appointment. 916-988-4973

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