Blueberry Leaf Extract
Natural base ingredients in blueberry leaves have excellent effects on your Eczema. They use a kind of acid called chlorogenic acid. Chlorogenic acid is mother nature’s own natural anti inflammatory medicine. This means that basically wherever you are experiencing discomfort or swelling, apply the extract in cream or lotion form, and you should find the symptoms lessening. Your local health or wellness store should carry Blueberry extract in many forms.
The jury’s still out on the taste of this stuff, but there can be little arguing about the effects it has on your skin. Not only will it help reduce Eczema, it will also improve the health of your skin in general. It does take a while for the results to show up, but keep at it and be consistent with your dosage and you will get there! The dosage is different for everyone, so you may want to consult with your Doctor for some medical advice first.
Moisturization of the affected area
To put it bluntly, the more moisture there is in your skin, the less it can split and crack and itch and flake. In an eczema sufferer, the further you can get from these things the better. As a general rule, the more you can moisturize the better, but as a minimum twice a day should give you some real gains. It’s best to moisturize immediately after bathing, dab yourself dry with a soft towel and apply the moisturizer directly to damp skin. This will help you lock the moisturizer into the skin, and give you even greater benefits.
As we mentioned before, Eczema is really no picnic-any sufferer will tell you-but hopefully if you put some of these tips into practice, you may be able to feel some relief and experience your own walk in the park.