Dermatitis Natural Remedies

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Dermatitis is a general term for an inflammation of the skin. The symptoms are usually itching, crustiness, blistering, and a watery discharge from pustules. In other words, just about any annoyance on the surface of your skina€"ranging from the mildly itchy to the downright distressinga€"is dermatitis. One of the most common forms is eczema, an itchy kind of skin rash.

Postscabetic dermatitis can be downright itchy. Most people who are suffering from postscabetic dermatitis cannot sleep all night with all the itch and discomforts brought about by this type allergy. Yes, postscabetic dermatitis is a kind of allergy; it is not scabies at all. Scabies are caused by mites living in our skin while postscabetic dermatitis is caused by allergic reactions to the mites in the skin and may even persist even when all the scabies have been eliminated from your skin.

The skin inflammation is a sign of toxins inside your body. You see it on the skin because your skin is the largest and only visible organ of your body. Therefore, in the case of serious or chronic skin problems, treating from the outside with cream is not sufficient. The better approach is to detoxify your body by expelling the toxins from inside; preventing the problems from coming back.

Irritant contact dermatitis differs from allergic contact dermatitis because it involves materials that come in contact with the skin. Irritant contact dermatitis has to do with substances that come in contact with the skin and irritate it. Fabric softeners and detergents are culprits in many cases. Irritant contact dermatitis seems to often take form on person's hands and faces. I think that the reason faces and hands get affected so often is because there are a lot of chemicals in face soaps and hand creams.

People who have chronic skin problems may be deficient in vitamin A or zinc. These deficiencies show up in people with liver disease, vegetarians who don't eat healthy meat substitutes like beans or wheat germ, and people who are eating nutritionally poor diets or following faddish weight-loss diets. Alcoholism can also cause these deficiencies.

Beat Eczema

The exact cause is unknown, but makeup, moisturizers, topical corticosteroids or some dental products containing fluoride may play a role. Atopic dermatitis, or eczema, causes the skin to itch, scale, swell and sometimes blister. Eczema usually runs in families and is often associated with allergies, asthma, and stress. Seborrheic dermatitis consists of greasy, yellowish, or reddish scaling on the scalp and other hairy areas, as well as on the face or genitals, and in skin creases along the nose, under the breasts. is caused by an overproduction and blockage of oil glands.

Natural Remedies

Diet restriction: To avoid further aggravating your dermatitis, you need to eliminate certain foods which might generate toxins inside your body. These foods include: alcohol, coffee, spicy foods, dairy products, nuts, tropical fruit (mango, pineapple), seafood, and red meats.

Apply a mixture of 1 teaspoon camphor and 1 teaspoon sandalwood paste on the rashes. Apply nutmeg paste to the affected areas. Put natural vitamin E on the affected skin, it will relieve you of itching. Zinc taken orally and applied directly on the affected skin is effective.

Healing from inside: Take EcDermaid Capsule to clean the toxins inside your body to get rid of your dermatitis from the root.

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9 Responses to Dermatitis Natural Remedies

  1. >;-;< says:

    What natural remedies did you use to put your Seborrheic Dermatitis in remission?
    The doctor gave me prescription-levels of salicylic acid, but it didn’t seem to help that much. It made my skin peel and the dermatitis patch was still there–it’s on my forehead.

    Anyone know of any remedies?

    • Gordon Brown says:

      Seborrheic dermatitis can be kept under control with treatment and good hygiene. However, seborrheic dermatitis cannot be prevented, and may recur. To reduce the symptoms of dandruff, shampoos containing selenium sulfide or tea tree oil such as Selsun, Tegrin, T-Gel or Ionil-T are recommended. Seborrheic dermatitis that develops on the face and body should be washed with soap and water daily. If Seborrheic dermatitis affects facial hair such as mustache or beard, shaving the area usually helps. Other treatments that may be prescribed by your doctor or dermatologist include medicated shampoos, antifungal drugs, topical corticosteroids and sulfur products.

      More and more people are opting for natural approaches to treat skin conditions. Treatments such as herbal remedies and tissue salts have been used for centuries to optimize skin health with some amazing results. Using herbs are safe and effective for the skin and do not contain harsh synthetic ingredients and chemicals like so many skincare and cosmetic products.

      Herbs such as Galium aperine (Cleavers) and Trifolium pratense (red clover) have a wide range of therapeutic effects that acts as a cleansing tonic, blood purifier and lymphatic cleanser. Tissue salts such as Natrium muriaticum, Kalium muriaticum and Kalium sulphate help to maintain skin health and promote well-hydrated skin.

  2. Anonymous says:

    what are the best NATURAL remedies for seborhheic dermatitis?

  3. Twiddle Dee says:

    Are there any natural remedies that can be used to treat seborrheic dermatitis (eczema)?
    I’ve been using prescription medications for about six years now to treat this condition, but I’m still experiencing periodic “flare-ups” on my skin, especially on my face and back. So I eagerly await your answers!

    • Bonal says:

      Climatotherapy – Climatotherapy is the use of sunlight and water (such as the ocean) as therapy. The Dead Sea in Israel is known for its healing properties, and many people with eczema go there to sit in the sun and swim in the water. Studies suggest that this is a successful treatment for eczema. One study looked at the experience of more than 1,500 people with eczema and found that 95% of skin was cleared in people who had previous stays at the Dead Sea and stays longer than 4 weeks.

      Herbal ingredients such as Vitamin E oil, Mentha pipererita oil, Bulbinella frutescens tr. and Aloe ferox tr. work quickly to soothe and promote healthy, trouble free skin. Other highly effective herbs include Glycorrhiza glabra, Melia azadirachta, Sambucus nigra and Stellaria media which help to provide relief from itching and discomfort and reduce eczema patches. In addition, Matricaria chamomilla, Asparathus linearis and Galium aparine also prevents infection and inflammation as well as reduces scarring.

      You may get additional details over here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/remedies/e/eczema.htm

  4. Hollyanne says:

    Is there any natural remedies you can put on your skin if you have seborrheic dermatitis to help clear it?
    I’m pretty sure I have it, but I can’t afford to go to the dematologist anytime soon please help! Thanks :)

    • Molly says:

      Hi, you can try one of the natural treatments available on the Internet (just google “natural treatment for Seborrheic dermatitis”) and take your pick. Some of them do actually work. For my seb. dermatitis on scalp I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and they then stay clear for months on end.
      Try it: Champori is available online without prescription and comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn’t work for you – it’s free.
      Cheers,
      Molly

  5. SLF says:

    does anyone have any natural remedies for flea dermatitis (on a cat)?

    I mean the uncomfortable skin itching that is left once the fleas have been disposed of.

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