What Types of Facial Eczema Treatments are Available?

If you have facial eczema it’s important to realize that you are not alone. Many people deal with the same skin condition and you have choices in how you cope with this problem. The biggest drawback of having facial eczema is that it’s visible on the face. Many people feel horrified because you can’t really conceal your face, which may be red, itchy and irritated for others to see.

Facial eczema manifests just like on any other part of the body. Sufferers usually experience redness, dryness, and itchiness on the face and if the eczema is severe, there may be scabbing, skin cracking, scaling, and even oozing of fluid. Some people only have eczema on the face while others suffering from facial eczema have it on other parts of their body too.

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Facial eczema is not the end of the world.

What Types of Facial Eczema Treatments are Available?

Have you ever considered using natural, alternative methods for treating for your eczema? You may be surprised to know that many of these treatments not only help eczema tremendously, but they can often cure your eczema completely! Treatments like coconut oil, vitamin E and extra virgin olive oil are just a few topical applications you can use to treat your eczema, with many other types of natural treatments available that are more effective than typical prescription creams and lotions!

Herbs that help with facial eczema include:

* Evening primrose oil
* Borage seed oil
* Witch hazel
* Chamomile

Most people who suffer with facial eczema will say that it is the worst type, due to it being so visible. If you’re affected by it, you have to realize that this is not the end of your social life, and you can easily control your problem with the right treatment.

Although there are a variety of eczema treatments out there, each person is different, and there’s no guarantee how successful each will be for a particular person. Don’t get to disheartened if the first thing you use is not successful. Keep trying other natural treatments until you find one that suits you. All it takes is some dedication to getting rid of the disease, and of course some good information about treating facial eczema.

2 thoughts on “What Types of Facial Eczema Treatments are Available?

  1. Dude

    I first tried steroid creams, they works but are nasty and can’t be used near the eyes.

    Then I tried aloe, which worked for 90% of the eczema I had, but it had to be applied every few hours.

    Then I tried organic coconut oil, which also worked for 90% of the eczema I had, and was better than aloe because I could get away with applying it once a day and could skip days.

    Now I’m using the cheap pure olive oil (but non-virgin), and it works for 100% of the eczema I have.

    I’m glad I didn’t listen to my dermatologist who said I’d have eczema the rest of my life.

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  2. Dude

    UPDATE

    My eczema came back, so I tried something new again, and have it back under control. I’m using Almond oil.

    I’m also eating coconut oil daily.

    I’m still experimenting, but the last time I used steroid cream was one day a couple months ago, and I have no visible sign of eczema right now.

    What I’m saying is seek treatment, but don’t give up. I’m so happy I didn’t give up and now have my life back.

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